So the alien space vampires accuse the students they infected of not being human. And the entire world thinks nothing of it when their previous heroes turn out to be aliens and two countries that were at war with each other join together to fight a few students in a ruined module. Right. I love Valvrave.
Since Eru-Erufu is still moping over his girlfriend everyone proceeds to get massacred.
Galilei Donna — Japan has central heating now. Thanks be to Galileo!
Gingitsune — This is more like it. What an adorable episode. This show reminds me a lot of Kamichu. Which come to think of it I really ought to rewatch. Seeing the foxes and children goof around is much more enjoyable than anything mildly dramatic like last week’s episode. Continue reading
Last week’s episode took a turn towards the supernatural, with Dr. Torture and his Army of Evil making an appearance. It seemed to fly in the complete opposite direction of all the show had done up until this point.
But now, with multiple supernatural monsters appearing in a single week, it still feels like Samurai Flamenco is holding fast to its roots as an absurd comedy about a superhero in a world that doesn’t need one. If anything, its sense of absurdity has only been heightened:
Attraction to rhinos? Yeah… Continue reading
Man, this show has some weird superpowers. It looks like we’re probably in for fights for the next three episodes as well. But with fights like this, I don’t mind. Continue reading
Either an entire school is composed of immortal space vampires, or the Dorssians learned how to use photoshop. Of course the leaders of the world immediately come to believe the most likely scenario, that the students are all immortal space vampires. Regardless, it takes some chutzpah for the immortal space aliens to accuse the students they helped create of being immortal space aliens. Continue reading