Shakugan no Shana Final 16

Shakugan no Shana Final

Not a Shana series without a melonpan, right? I was kinda beginning to feel the lack of it….

Nothing much to say, since this is transition episode, with some characters kind of properly introduced. Well can’t blame the producers since there was a freaking war going on. Mainly a lot of reflection plus Shana leading the way now, providing the rest with a guidepost to follow. I like how Sophie just casually admits they lost badly. Also, why does Marcoh need to be belted in during car trips? Kinda funny isn’t it…

Well, we’ll finally get to meet the three other Gods of the Earth next week, while Bal Masque heads to Japan. I have to say, Shana is getting pretty damn international now lol.

Also, worth mentioning that the 2nd ED now has a proper sequence now and it’s got quite a lot of nice static action shots of the characters.

Shakugan no Shana Final

Hell, even makes me wish they would release an artbook of the ED. Gotta love all the effort they’re pouring in to the show this season.

5 Comments

  1. Game8910 Said,

    February 3, 2012 @ 1:30 am

    This final season of Shana is fantastic. It makes season 2′s filler worth enduring just so we can reach this part of the series.

  2. Jamc Said,

    February 3, 2012 @ 3:44 pm

    No shana, but holyshit
    http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2012-02-03/negima-magister-negi-magi-manga-to-end-in-3-more-chapters

  3. Mentar Said,

    February 3, 2012 @ 10:05 pm

    What’s sad is that while it’s true that the final season of Shana is awesome, the show has waited too long with it. The once-enormous Shana community has shrunk to a small group of people: Those who happen to still be around from the past, and who care enough to continue. But if you haven’t had access from back then, you’re unlikely to pick it up now.

    You can see this from download numbers to forum entries to blog comments. Only the hardcore fans remain, most of the franchise’s clout has dissipated. Which is a shame, actually. And a lesson to other shows which waited too long for a conclusion.

  4. Calvin Said,

    February 4, 2012 @ 8:52 pm

    It’s funny. I’ve only happen to stumble upon the SnS anime series very recently , and I now I’m really in love with it. In fact, I like it so much that I’m now reading the light novel series as well. It’s indeed an awesome anime, especially with season 3 following so closely to the novel now.

  5. Jonathan Said,

    February 5, 2012 @ 3:43 am

    recently I managed to persuade my younger brother to watch this series from the start. He never likes anime that has a female character as a main character. After he watched the first episode, he finished the first season the following day, and now he’s finishing second soon.

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