Today we'll talk about the OVA episode of the anime series Guilty Crown that is bundled together with the prequel visual novel titled Guilty Crown - Lost Christmas.
I wasn't much anticipating this visual novel, after the not-so-good experience with the original anime series, but I have to say that after watching this OVA my opinion changed drastically.
In these 14 minutes, they managed to fit all that Guilty Crown failed in deliver in 22 episodes. Good action, a very cool protagonist and a charming main heroine named Carol.
Just as promised months ago here we are to close our coverage of Guilty Crown, a series in which many people (me included) had a lot of expectations in, but turned out to be a mediocre one in everything except for the wonderful soundtrack.
Yes, because I won't deny that I still listen to the whole soundtrack coming from this series. It's really an incredible piece of work that I suggest to anyone in here.
By the way, I watched these last 7 episodes week by week until today and I read most of the posts revolving around it, posts filled with rage, disillusion and even jokes (the songs from Draggle were quite something...:P)
Today we'll talk about the 15th episode of the fall 2011 anime series Guilty Crown that marks the 15th episode of cliche and boring story developments all-around.
In the end after this episode, just like I announced in the last post I decided to drop this series from regular coverage (may do some random post if the story ever get better) in order to make space to more promising/interesting anime series. I'm still quite undecided on what to pick up as new series to cover regularly. (Black rock shooter? Inu X Boku SS?)
But please do not misunderstand me, it's not like Guilty Crown has bad production quality, it's just that the story is so boring and unbelievable that I can't bear to cover it regularly.
Especially after a character I dearly loved (even if she wasn't my favourite character) dies off just to make an idiotic protagonist grow up. I'm also unsure she really managed to do it in the proper way...
Here we are for our weekly time with Guilty Crown, one of the fall 2011 anime series, that continues its way on the road of cheesiness by adding new elements to the story, some of which I was even able to predict in the last episode.
Yes, guys...they have a power meter to calculate void powers (Some sort of scouter similar to Dragon Ball). I was like "okay, now we just miss the 'it's over 9000' line", and unfortunately we got it just seconds after when Shu was measuring Inori.
It seems that Inori's power is over 2000 that is, by the way, the limit of this particular power meter. I'm still not sure about why these lowly bandits had such an item, but well...
Here we are to talk again about the 13th episode of the anime series Guilty Crown that delivered a quite interesting episode focusing on Ayase going cute-blush on Shu and Tsugumi playing around in a neko-mimi maid costume.
What is the relationship between these events and the whole conspiracy story they were developing with extreme detail till the last episode revolving around the creation of a new human race using some kind of alien stone?
Well, I have no idea as well, but I have to say that I preferred this simple filler/fanservice episode to the random infodump and suggestive scenery of the last one.
22/01/2013 00:01 : Two years! We finally made it. Thanks to everyone!
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