Kore wa Zombie desu ka? 02

Kore wa Zombie desu ka?

Eu!!! HNNNGHH

Kore wa Zombie desu ka?

HNNNNNNNNNNNNGH.

Kore wa Zombie desu ka?

I WOULDN’T MIND HAVING HER CALL ME ONII-CHAN EITHER.

First things first, thanks to WtfCakes for the Eucliwood stitches.

Oh god, this episode was full of Eucliwood nutbladder bursting it literally broke someone’s computer. I knew Eucliwood was cute since last week and all, but I totally underestimated her offensive power.

Also, I lol’ed at having Mika Kanai do Delusion Yu this week round. Looks like they are going to rotate the seiyuus or something. Damn, now I can’t wait for next week to see who gets to be her next. Imagine Sayaka Ohara or Noto Mamiko or Inoue Kikuko. That would be super lulz. Hell, if they get Hayashibara on it too… hehe. We’ve already gotten Kotono Mitsuishi on it!

This week also introduces us to Seraphim, the vampire ninja girl who will the third freeloader at Ayumu’s place. Love how they casually inserted her in and only used one fight for her to blend in! And I think Hikasa Yoko is really conquering the badmouthing strong girl type character market, what with Seraphim and Maya, etc. etc.

Kore wa Zombie desu ka?

She certainly spits her insults out well enough.

Also, I’m tempted to try out Haruna’s tamagoyaki but how the fuck does she make the thermos versions so bouncy?!

13 Comments

  1. JasonP Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 2:30 am

    I imagine you didn’t want a serious answer to that last question, but ahem, that never stopped me before. Custards are made with eggs and can be set with gelatin to make molded shapes, that seems likely :P

    Also, the shivering effect of tingly awesome that went with each taste of the tamagoyaki was epic use of animation style. This series went up in my book a lot this episode :)

  2. shinkirou Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 3:32 am

    lol, this episode quite amusing !!!, 1st about tamago specialty from sushi to miso soup ver! 2nd having vampire slave that wont call u master (^-^)” 3rd break dance to start conversation with girl lol , and lastly MOE~~~ Yuu!!
    too bad they didnt have actualy cast for yuu or something make her more talkative

  3. Kaisos Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 3:57 am

    Why is Ayumu so cool?

  4. kaz3phyrous Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 4:09 am

    Satoko Eu was so hnnngh..
    Now waiting for Feito-chan Eu..
    Also waiting for a Noto Eu..
    They might even have Kugyu Eu..

  5. AozuAkazu Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 4:47 am

    >I knew Eucliwood was cute since last week and all, but I totally underestimated her offensive power.

    YES. VERY MUCH YES. Nutbladder couldn’t handle at all.

  6. AozuAkazu Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 4:53 am

    @Kaisos – Necrophilia?

    Oh yeah, forgot to mention the hilarious breakdancing scene.

  7. FlameStrike Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 5:22 am

    Damn Yuu was too awesome this episode. She was the main draw for me to watch this in the first place, and it she totally exceeded my expectations.

    On another note, Ayumu is impressive as well. Compared to the standered spineless wimp protags like Ryuji from Dragon Crisis, this is a real man/zombie/Masou Shoujo. I totally approve of his tastes too. Being woken up by a hot meido would be great.

  8. Athos Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 5:39 am

    I once read that any technique named “Tsubame Gaeshi” would invariably lead to instant awesome. I did not quite catch the subtext in those words until today.

    Also, the world needs more break-dancing.

  9. DocAstaroth Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 8:06 am

    @Athos “Tsubame Gaeshi” (Swallow Reversal) is the legendary sword technique of Sasaki Kojiro, a famous enemy of the legendary swordman Musashi.
    In Fate/Stay Night this technique became an “invincible” technique, which could cut the opponent three times at the same time. The amazing part was, that it wasn´t a so called Noble Phantasm (The special attacks in Fate/Stay Night) but just a “mere” skill, developed by sheer boredome!

    Funny thing, in judo there is also a Tsubame Gaeshi technique…

  10. Silver Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 8:54 am

    @ FlameStrike
    I wouldn’t put Ryuuji in that category yet. You will see soon… He’s actually different than other spineless since he actually changes. Other spineless leads remains spineless even in a thousand years… Besides, everyone have to start somewhere.

    Anyways, this episode was awesome! Breakdance to speak to a girl and then falling like a loser while doing it? That was awesome and it even works too!! Just don’t break your neck doing it…

  11. Kurogane Shiroikaze Said,

    January 19, 2011 @ 12:57 pm

    @JasonP: well if that’s egg custard, then it certainly explains how it’s so bouncy.

    @Kaisos: Because he’s a zombie siscon.

    And man, I totally forgot to mention the breakdance scene, that part was super hilarious.

  12. ahelo Said,

    January 21, 2011 @ 4:25 pm

    This series has GOLD CHARACTERS. Id eat that tamagoyaki. Hell I’d eat Yuu.

  13. D. Inger Said,

    January 30, 2011 @ 11:15 am

    I like it. I’m no afraid of Zombies.

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