Minnie: Hello everybody. Yes, it’s Minnie again and sorry to say, with your last Kuroshitsuji review from me. There has been too much fluff episodes in Kuroshitsuji to keep me interested. Plus, with the winter season coming up, I need to focus my attention on other animes. In other words, yes, I will be dropping this anime as part of my blogging list. If Raccoon wants to pick it up, it is his choice. I will step aside proudly. Anyways, sorry everyone for your late Kuroshitsuji review but as expected, it’s a semi-fluff and build up episode. At least, it’s Winter now.
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Minnie: Guess what?! Today is sunny again! Yayyyyyyyyyyyy! Personally, I like to listen and watch the rain but I dislike it when I have to walk outside in wet jeans and soggy boots. In the end, I learn to deal with the rain and live with it but I still don’t like it. Anyways, even though it is still freezing cold, the sun is out and Kuroshitsuji is out. Can you say FINALLY?!
Minnie: I’m glad that the fan sub groups are finally catching up with this odd, yet hilarious anime. Like with my ToraDora post, I will write this preview and semi-review until I have more time to post the actual review later! I’m sorry for the inconvenience but it’s Thanksgiving and I don’t have a lot of time on my hands. Actually, I do, I just have to go and come back constantly. A pain eh? Stop it Minnie. You’re rambling again. Anyways, this episode is about the real Demon Dog. Who can it be? Hmm…
Minnie: Bored of me yet? Too bad. Joking! Unlike most shows this season, Kuroshitsuji takes forever to sub but I won’t complain too much since I have so many animes to review on my hands. Thankfully, I have a reliable group of writers to help me except for one who I’ve been glaring at mentally for a while now. You know who you are! Unlike the mood of the last two episodes between Sebastian, Madame Red, and Jack the Ripper, Episode 7 returns to the type of comedy we’re used to in Episode 1…
Minnie: Yes, Kuroshitsuji is now a solo. Koala’s been too busy to keep up with this anime and my opinion about it as a whole is stronger than his. I love this anime even if most of the earlier episodes aren’t spectacular. But now, we’re at the Jack the Ripper arc and I have high expectations for Kuroshitsuji now. This might be the most exciting episode yet or an odd episode that will fail tremendously… I mean it’s the fight between one hell of a demon butler and a crazy shinigami! What more do you want? The battle starts now…
Minnie: Kuroshitsuji is so behind in the subs that a solo female is taking on the subs on Veoh. If a single person can sub this great anime, why can’t a whole team of people? I don’t know why Shinsen Subs and others are so behind in subbing Kuroshitsuji but they shouldn’t right now because we are at the Jack the Ripper arc in the manga and it’s so exciting… (more…)
Minnie: The subs for this anime are so slow… that’s my only complaint for now. Anyways, the fourth episode starts off with Ciel in his usual carriage ride. The Queen has a task for Ciel it seems. Soon, Ciel returns home, noting that London is far too crowded today. Sebastian gives the reason of moving as an explanation to why. The two of them hope for a peaceful time at Ciel’s London townhouse since the four workers are not around. Instead, they find Madame Red and Lau, looking around for tea. What a noisy bunch! Poor Sebastian and Ciel indeed. Now, I am curious. Is this going to turn out to be a funny episode? Or an action packed one? Or both? All I know is that I like Madame Red and I can’t wait to see more of her.
Minnie: From watching this episode, it is an odd mix between humor and horror. The action is not seen for the most part, which can be either a bad or good thing depending on your taste. Anyways, this episode deals with “Jack the Ripper”, a serial killer who murders prostitutes. I love how the Queen left such a task to a child like Ciel. Then again, Ciel is no ordinary child. This is the reason why he’s in London anyway so he can investigate the situation himself. Lau makes fun of him for this because well, people go mad when they see such a bloody crime scene. Still, Ciel’s unaffected. We get a scene of him visiting the most recent crime scene, only to be dismissed by the Scotland Yard. Oh darn. However, we all know that Ciel doesn’t give up that easily. Little did those investigators know, he has his own investigator under the name of “the Undertaker”. That’s his name I think. Or at least, it’s on the sign on top of his building.
Minnie: The Undertaker is a very strange man. Why? Because he greets his guest while coming out of a coffin. Even stranger, if you want information out of him, you need to make him laugh. Lau is up first and he tries a lame pun. He’s out. Madame Red goes on with a dirty joke. I laugh even though I have no idea what the dirty joke is. She’s out. Last, but not least, Ciel must make hiim laugh. Look at the kid though. He has a continuous scowl on his face. How can he make anyone laugh? Sebastian comes to his rescue and sends everyone out of the house. The Undertaker almost dies from laugher from Sebastian’s joke. I really want to know what it is now. Anyways, the clue he gives them is that the Jack the Ripper always surgically remove the female reproductive organs from his victims. From this clue alone, Sebastian is able to figure out that the suspect must be a doctor, who has no alibi for the suspected time, and part of the black cult. The bad thing is they must find out the perpretator before the week ends with everyone returning home. Have no fear! Sebastian is here!
Minnie: Did I mention that Sebastian is amazing? He has a list of culprits ready, find out about the parties they are attending, narrow it down to one suspect, and make tea in time before the rest of them come home? Greil and Madame Red are impressed. Too impressed. I guess they suspect nothing. The next scene is the one in which Loli female Ceil comes out of a marriage as Madame Red’s niece. Can you ‘fanservice’? I hate to say that Ciel’s too cute for comfort. Oh, and Sebastian is ‘her’ tutor. Madame Red is taken in by the party while the other two look around for the suspect. There is one problem though. Ciel’s fiancee Lizzy is attending this party too and her cute-dress detector spots Ciel. Ciel, as a boy, would rather die than have his future wife sees him like this. Sebastian agrees.
Garrick: I really couldn’t add anything previous to this… since… well, you got it all. Mainly, I’ve been captivated with this episode as soon as I saw Ciel as a girl. Sorry, Elizabeth. You can’t dress guys in dresses for squat compared to Sebastian and Madame Red.
Minnie: I am beginning to see why people think this series is shounen-ai. It is definitely NOT shounen-ai, though it pokes fun at the concept like Ouran. There is a bit of shounen-ai goodness in Sebastian dancing with Ciel to get closer to the suspect Viscount Druitt. It sucks that it doesn’t last very long due to Ciel’s stamina. On the plus side, Ciel has gotten attention of the Viscount instead. Sebastian takes his leave. Now, if you have a sense of humor, you’ll find this deliciously delightful. How can anyone not laugh at the aspect of a pedophile flirting and molesting a loli, but really a shota on the inside? I must say- my respect for Ciel skyrocketed with this scene alone. He is very mature and determined to hold out this long with this bastard. He even flirts back to get his motives done. Bravo! However, Lizzy spots Ciel again and this time, there’s no escape because the dance has ended. I wonder if anyone saw this coming- Sebastian saves the day again! Except, this time… as a magician? Where in the world did he get that box?
Garrick: Ow. That’s got to hurt. At the head?
Minnie: Moving on from the magic show (I laugh too much for comfort there), the awful pedo leads Ciel to a dark room where the scent makes him fall asleep. Again, this next scene is either a hit or miss with the audience. It’s a very interesting yaoi dream Ciel has with Sebastian. But it’s not really a yaoi dream no matter what it sounds like. The dream can be explained as Sebastian putting on the corset for Ciel earlier that day perhaps. When Ciel wakes up, he’s being aunctioned to the black market. It’s a good thing the pedo didn’t touch him to make sure he’s a girl. Thankfully, Sebastian is able to come anywhere at any time so Ciel calls for Sebastian to save him. Within a flick of candelight, Sebastian manages to knock everyone out and rescues Ciel. Hurray!
Garrick: Man, Sebastian is amazing. Although… really, at this point, I’m not surprised. I had that whole thing totally thought out. I knew what was going to happen… so, yeah. When the time comes that Sebastian gets beat at something, I’ll like this anime more. Not that it’s bad now.
Minnie: In the entire episode, this is probably the most interesting scene. Ciel and Sebastian talk about the contract between them. Apparently, Sebastian is unable to escape Ciel even to hell. And vice versa. The thing is Sebastian cannot lie to Ciel either. So, none of this is Sebastian’s fault since he’s only doing whatever Ciel is telling him to do. Ciel tells him to find the suspect- Sebastian did just that. The episode ends with Sebastian carrying Ciel bridal-style out of the window and onto the roof. Lizzy’s senses are tingling and she almost catches them. The next day, on the newspaper, Jack the Ripper strikes again. Does that mean the guy they thought was the suspect was innocent? What is this? Sebastian is not perfect?! I love this resolution!
Garrick: It’s the newspaper’s fault. I bet. But, it does make sense, since, after all… Ciela’s (Ciel… =P) “uterus” wasn’t sold, but her as a whole. It’s a difference that stood out. So… yeah. Maybe that’s it. It seemed a bit too obvious for me to believe that it’s the only reason Sebastian made a mistake.
Minnie: Again, Kuroshitsuji is very well-done in how it blends horror and comedy all into one. The action is not as apparent and I’m leaning more toward humor than horror on this one. Still, I find this episode well-done and cute. I don’t know why but the horror in this show doesn’t scare me. They make me laugh instead. I wonder if that’s good or bad? I love Sebastian and I love Ciel. Greil and Madame Red are good with me too. I’m beginning to enjoy Lau more as well. The cast is awesome. The plot is actually going somewhere now. And I can’t wait for the next episode more. Good job. Nice episode.
Minnie’s Overall Rating for Episode: 7/10
Garrick’s Rating for Episode Four: 6/10 (But, it could be like… 8, just for Ciel)
Minnie’s Anticipation for Next Episode: 10/10
Garrick’s Anticipation Scale: 7/10
-Minnie and Garrick
Minnie: Just in case all you people miss Jun’s (Lelouch’s VA) character in Kuroshitsuji in Episode 2, he comes back once again! Yes, he’s voicing Greil, the incompetent butler under Madame Red! Ciel makes a bit mistake in accepting Greil into his household to become Sebastian’s apprentice since he’s inconveniencing everyone else as well. The Greil/Sebastian conversation is so amusing. I love it! As you can tell, Jun is using his Aidou from VK/Luca from Macross Frontier voice for Greil. Greil is funny in that he finds all the cynical words of Sebastian as “kindness”. XD And then, the OP starts. ^^
Minnie: Ciel and Sebastian is off to town to collect a finely made cane. Anyways, we get a bit of background on the Phantom company, or in other words, the one Ciel is in charge of. We also get to meet “the real Tanaka” as he talks about the grand mansion. The mansion they are living under is an exact replica. The original one was burned down three years ago. Wow. Ciel’s parents were lost due to that tragic event (reminds me of the Roupeez’s, right Koala?). After Tanaka is done, he goes back to chibi mode. If he stays in his real mode for more than three minutes, he has to nap and regain that energy. Cute little man. XP In any case, the humor is back in that Greil accidentally shapes all the trees into skulls! Hahaha. He wants to commit suicide… again! Lmao!
Garrick: Man… the whole “Real Tanaka” thing was rather funny. Interesting to see something like that in an anime. Anyhow… the whole story behind the fire and Ciel’s loss of his parents seems… AS OF NOW, rather cliched. Of course, I forsee it becoming… not so much. Yeah. Greil is pathetic in a hilarious way.
Minnie: In any case, once Ciel and Sebastian arrive home, the whole house is well… decorated… in colors and my brain hurts. My eyes bleed as well. So girly and cute and childish! The culprit is none other than the blonde-haired Elizabeth, who immediately makes her appearance by tackling Ciel into a hug. She even calls Tanaka “Antoinette”! Oh the horror! Then she gives Sebastian a present. Words cannot describe how I feel… only an image can… be warned…
Minnie: I admit it. I laughed too hard for comfort. Poor Sebastian though! I’m sorry for laughing! The other servants laugh as well. Good. I’m not the only one. Anyways, I can’t stop laughing when I see Sebastian like this. I don’t think I can take the dialogue seriously if Sebastian continues looking like this. In any case, Lizzy snuck out on Auntie to meet Ciel because he’s so cute and she loves him very much. Lady Elizabeth is the Earl’s daughter and well, she’s Ciel’s fiancee. Oh boy! Once they get married, the house will look like this every day! I can’t wait! Did anyone note my sarcasm? *tumbleweed rolls by* In any case, Lizzy wants a dance party, refuses to listen to Ciel’s protests, and drags Greil around to make him cuter. This is troubling indeed and yet, I’m loving it. Sebastian not only sides with Elizabeth on the dance party idea but he’s making threats toward Ciel if he doesn’t attend and dance well too. I love Sebastian+Loli indirect team-up. In any case, Sebastian is going to be Ciel’s dance tutor. Muahahahaha!
Garrick: That whole dance teaching thing… just reeks of shounen-ai. I’m sorry, it does. For those of you that believe it won’t be… that one scene changed my mind. It MIGHT.
Minnie: Sebastian is teaching Ciel how to dance but to be frank, Ciel just sucks. Sebastian notices this and mentions in his Sebastian-polite yet creepy way. At one point, he even proceeds to squeeze Ciel’s cheek to force the boy to smile because it’s rude to show a sour face to a lady. In any case, Ciel goes emo and says he has long forgotten how to smile. The next scene is crack: Greil is dressed in a white wedding-like dress! Yay to crossdressing so early on! He is really upset about this because… he would rather wear a red one with a low cut! Hahahaha! And no one cares about his threats of suicide anymore. XD
Garrick: What kind of adjective for a totally crazy, idiotic, and messed up scene is “crack”? Well… come to think of it, it makes sense now. Oh well. Greil… still pathetic. But nobody cares… which just made me laugh. Hard.
Minnie: In any case, moving on, Ciel arrives in this expensive blue outfit WITHOUT the ring Lizzy bought for him. Oh no! She steals the precious ring from him! Ciel’s not too happy. No, he’s so upset to the point that he reverts back to calling her “Elizabeth” instead of “Lizzy”. Uh-oh. This can’t be good. Yup. Nothing good comes out of situations like this. Lizzy is so upset that he cares about the ring more than anything that she throws and breaks the ring in front of Ciel. Ciel is about to strike her when Sebastian saves the day. In any case, the ring is passed down in his family and yeah, it’s a precious family heirloom. Of course, Lizzy knows she has done wrong and proceeds to apologize but Ciel suddenly throws the ring out the window and declares himself the rightful heir to the Phantomhives whether or not he has the ring.
Garrick: I’m sorry. That whole ring scene was dumb. I mean… even I… an idiot compared to the genius of Ciel Phantomhive (I mean, what twelve year old can lead a company?) saw that coming. If it’s a heirloom, keep better care of the damn thing, will ya?
Minnie: Ciel and Lizzy make up like good young children and Sebastian can also play the violin?! Is there anything he can’t do? In any case, Greil proves himself useful for once by singing along with the violin. And there you have- Jun’s deep, Lelouch voice! Ciel asks Lizzy to dance. Awww. How cute. And then, they dance. Ciel’s smiling and well, dancing quite well now. Good job Sebastian? In any case, Lizzy is quite content and the dance party ends. And wow. They are actually going to leave the responsibility of taking Lizzy home to Greil… wow… their faith in him must be either increasing or their brains are growing smaller. In any case, Greil rants on about how he learned much from Sebastian today and yeah. Good luck Greil. I hope to see you back soon! The episode ends with Sebastian returning the ring to Ciel because he’s fabulous like that. Ciel talks about the ring some more about its history with his grandfather and father. In any case, Ciel falls asleep and requests Sebastian to stay by his side. That’s it.
Garrick: Well, he can do something. Go Greil.
Minnie: I really question how exactly do they end an anime like this? An anime where Sebastian says that he will stay by Ciel’s side forever… I can’t gasp a storyline or an ending to this anime at all. Is that good or bad? In any case, I really really laugh a lot during this episode thanks to Greil and Sebastian and Loli Lizzy. Unfortunately, despite the many hilarious scene, there is something odd about the ring scene that doesn’t strike too well with me. I don’t know why. It’s awesome and at the same time, it’s not so awesome. I don’t get it. In any case, this episode is enjoyable despite the lack of action scenes. Sebastian is perfect. The other characters are funny. Lizzy is interesting… Madame Red is love! Greil is hilarious! Yeah. The characters are amazing but the storyline? I still can’t really sense it. Nice episode nevertheless.
Garrick: It’s such a contrast to Episode 2. Mister killing rampage guy Sebastian now wears a pink bonnet adorned with white flowers. While I normally love cute little girls… this episode really did not do much in the form of entertaining me. I was expecting more with the crossdressing scenes, where Lizzy dressed the Phantomhive butlers in dresses… Minus a few laughs… I honestly couldn’t really say what happened in the episode. While the filling in on the past of the Phantomhive family was interesting, and like I said before, rather cliched… yeah. Not great.
Minnie’s Overall Rating for Episode: 9/10
Garrick’s Rating for Episode Three: 6/10
Minnie’s Anticipation for Next Episode: 7/10
Garrick’s Anticipation Scale: 6/10
Minnie: After being two weeks behind, Kuroshitsuji Episode 2 is finally subbed and uploaded. No, I’m not going to thank Shinsen Subs for finally remembering they have this anime because I’ve been pissed off enough at them. I don’t hate them for delaying the episode, just hating on them for flaming those who ask them nicely when they will return to this anime. So thanks but no thanks. I rather ask another more reliable, nicer fansub group to sub this but then again, what can I do? For those who love or part of Shinsen subs, I apologize for my rant. I am just a very bitter girl right now. Hopefully, it doesn’t affect my review.
Minnie: The episode starts off with a rat problem in London. Haha. The minor characters are funny in their reaction. The old man who only drinks tea is hilarious as well. Oh by the way, for those of you who are a fan of the OP Monochrome Kiss, there’s a full version out already. Please check it up! The song is so awesome! For those of you who don’t know, Monochrome Kiss is a love song which is odd when it comes to this anime. Haha. I hope there are no yaoi in the future. It seems like Ciel is in a group of high-class people playing pool and discussing about mice. In all this talk, there’s a bit of hostility and a couple of subtle hints of being eliminated and such. This is so Ciel. Classic. Ciel passes on his turns until his last one in which he uses this opportunity to put an end to this game by managing to hit all the balls in. This is symbolic with their view of his greed. I am always fascinated by this. Does every episode show parallels between games and real situations in his house? I hope so!
Minnie: YES! I get to meet Greil. I’ve been waiting for his appearance because Lelouch’s VA plays him. Oh that flirt Madame Red. She starts rubbing Sebastian on his behind and places that excuse as being a doctor. Ah! We learn that Madame Red is Ciel’s Aunt. Interesting family. Ciel is getitng a headache from socializing and the noise and leaves for his room. It’s so funny to see the useless servants trying to catch two mice while Sebastian finishes the job swiftly and effectively. Ciel is captured soon after but Sebastian doesn’t seem that worried and is upset that the tea will go to waste instead. The captor is none other than Azuro from the Ferro family. In other words, the Italian mafia and it seems like Azuro doesn’t like tea, English people, or the Queen. Maybe because she’s against drugs? Ciel provokes Azuro and gets beaten up.
Minnie: A shooter tries to kill Sebastian but luckily, Sebastian uses the female servant (what’s her name again?) to escape this while not harming the pie or her in the process. He reads the letter regarding Ciel’s disappearance. Despite the obvious broken window, everyone asks what happen and Sebastian replies with ‘nothing’. He asks the other servants to clean up while he leaves without a trace. We get to see him soon enough because he takes care of the shooter by chasing after a moving vehicle! Sebastian is so cool. Ciel is happy to hear this and states that the game of fetch is over. Of course, Azuro kicks him some more out of frustration. When he picks up the phone again, he is greeted by Sebastian instead, who scares Azuro to death despite his polite tone. Ciel goes ‘woof’ and Sebastian understands immediately. I am laughing now to find that he did not hurt the two males on the vehicle but are allowing them to choose for themselves if they want to fall over the cliff or not by answering his questions! Awesome Sebastian.
Minnie: As creepy as ever, Sebastian leaves them to die and hopes to rescue his master before dinner. From Madame Red and the Chinese couple, we learn that Sebastian is very close to Ciel despite him only been in his service for two years. More interesting fact. Meanwhile, Azuro is panicking because Sebastian is on his way. There are a lot of men protecting the building but none of them see Sebastian slipping through and then murdering all of them in an instant. The house servants are still pondering about pie. XD Sebastian shows how powerful he is by dodging bullets and killing people with silverware. No wonder there are none left at home. You know what the hilarious part is? He’s killing people with opera music playing in the background! That’s fantastic!
Minnie: However, when Sebastian arrives at the “final” boss, he is waiting for him and holding Ciel captive. When Sebastian reveals the key to the storage room, a group of hidden men shoot him to death. He falls over and yeah. That’s it. Very anti-climatic. However, all of us know this won’t be the end of Sebastian. Ciel is the one who has to ask Sebastian to wake up and to pretend to be asleep. Indeed, Sebastian faked his death. He kills the guys who tried to kill him with their own bullets. Sebastian also mentions 100 years, revealing that he is older than he looks. Anyways, thanks to this event, we get to know also that Ciel and Sebastian formed a contact in the past- forcing Sebastian to be obedient Ciel in all cases. He uses the eye hidden under his patch to force Sebastian into obedience by saving him from Azuro.
Minnie: Azuro realizes that Sebastian is the ultimate bodyguard and offers him money/women/alcohol to serve him instead. Sebastian tells him that he is a butler and a demon. He is also a loyal dog to Ciel by a contract in Ciel’s eye and on his hand. In exchange for complete obedience, Sebastian gets Ciel’s soul. The two- Master and Butlier- look so demonic that I love it! This story is so dark, creepy, and funny at the same time. I am amused at all this. XD I am not creeped out at all. Does this make me strange? I like the cute, funny scene at the end and now Sebastian asks Ciel how he should be punished since he hasn’t even started on dinner. A loving ending.
Minnie: A lot of action, humorous moments, imagery, symbolism, and a couple of nice interactions here and there. Again, it’s not good enough to receive a 10/10 but I still think the story is heading in the right direction and it keeps me intrigue enough to continue no matter what. I hope we get to know more about Ciel’s past and what happen to the rest of his family. I hope we get to know more about Sebastian as well. Everything will come together somehow and I have a feeling the main plot will start soon. I hope!
Minnie’s Overall Rating for Episode: 8/10
Minnie’s Anticipation for Next Episode: 7/10
Minnie: The OP “Monochrome no Kiss” is amazing. I wasn’t paying too much attention to the shots though a couple did catch my eye like catching a bullet? But yeah the song is nice. I thought they would choose a more darker song but this one is just exciting like those action animes. You know what? I think I will go download this song once the full version comes out.
Garrick: Nothing else to say for me here. Great OP, interesting, fun, and I WILL download it too.
Minnie: For the first few minutes of the anime, we are kept away from Sebastian’s face until his master, a 12-year-old boy, throws a projectile at him, in which he caught effortlessly. I want a butler like that. A few minutes in and I already like Sebastian (my sister too). He’s funny and yet, he’s not trying to be. I don’t think? The other members of the household seem very unreliable so far. Let’s see. The background music is all royalty and it amuses me to no end. Opera I think? Oh, the master is Ciel. Now I know his name. Yay?
Garrick: Be more specific. It’s a dart. =P Anyhow, I haven’t really found the funny yet. It almost seems… multiple personality… ish. He’s serious at one point, and with his presentation of things… it seems almost like a sole-comedy character. Confusing.
Minnie: Oh my god. I love the other members of the household now. They are so useless, yet so funny. Ciel’s so serious though. Does he have a sense of humor at all? Oh well. Sebastian has a pretty good one even when the house is a total mess. He’s so hilarious. I laugh every single time he talks. Literally. I might continue this anime just for Sebastian. Dude, that one tablecloth scene really seals the deal on this one. So cool. I must be insane but when that guest was talking on the phone and a mask appear, I started cracking up. Yes, I am very insane.
Garrick: Meh. Sebastian won’t be the reason I watch this. He’s interesting, but I’ve seen him in other characters many other times. Same with Ciel. For me, it’s the supporting butlers. Useless, hilarious, and NOT something I’ve seen before. I didn’t like the tablecloth scene. It seemed sorta stupid. But the scene with Meirin and Sebastian was hilarious. I love characters like that. Edit: Wrong tablecloth scene. That scene WAS awesome.
Minnie: Of course, I didn’t expect this episode to be all humor so of course, the dark stuff has to come eventually, though I am getting more laughs from it than shivers. It’s hilarious to see masks appear everywhere and chasing after this one guy. I bet Sebastian is just messing with him for fun. I guess I’m laughing because that guest is just so pitiful. Yes, I’m so twisted. I like how they showed the pie right after Sebastian puts him in the oven- I thought the guest was the pie! Too bad that wasn’t true. XD
Garrick: Holy, cow, that creepy. The whole things with masks… the only thing i liked during that part was Meirin’s little fantasy. THAT… was funny. And, Minnie, YES, you are twisted. That’s creepy! Yes, the guest is pitiful, but that’s still not funny. Man. I’m such a little girl. I did like the correspondence with the board game, though. That was nice.
Minnie: The ED “I’m Alive” is average at best BUT it’s in English? The pictures are soooo cute though. I like how Sebastian seems like such a busy-body in all of them. I can’t believe for such an anime, they would have chibi characters for an ending. It’s so funny, yet so wrong. XD Anyways, overall, nice episode. It seems like an intro more than anything. I hope there will be more with a storyline and more Sebastian of course.
Garrick: What? Average? It’s good! I really enjoyed that. The ED is REALLY good, actually… And I normally HATE English songs. So… hey, there we go. Another difference in our tastes.
Minnie’s Overall Rating for the Episode: 9/10 (I didn’t like the family scene at the end… kind of ruins it…)
Garrick’s Rating for Episode One: 6/10
Minnie’s Anticipation for the Next Episode: 8/10
Garrick’s Anticipation Scale: 8/10
-Minnie and Garrick