It’s almost done, let’s get this over with… Please do not make another season of this shit…
Oh no! The noble Japanese soldiers have perished on the field of battle!
Well, no big deal, Tatsuya can just resurrect them! This battle is filled with danger and tension! Continue reading Mahouka 26 — Tatsuya, the Resurrection and the Life
Three more episodes! I can do it!
- Starting off with a terrorist attack. I wonder who could have done it. Maybe some of the Japanese people oppressed by the oligarchy? Nah, this is Mahouka, gotta be the Chinese terrorists.
- Why does this guy look so lame?
Continue reading Mahouka 24 – 25 — More Stupidity
Ugh, let’s get this over with…
Oh, of course everyone living in Chinatown and is actually loyal to China and not the country they’re living in. This is some xenophobic, racist shit. Although in Japan it may be true, since who would want to consider themselves part of a country that treats you like the author of Mahouka treats Chinese people? Continue reading Mahouka 23 — Nothing Happens… Again
Another week, I still haven’t killed myself. Let’s get this over with.
- We start out with Tatsuya playing God and judging the world. Fuck you, Tatsuya. Tatsuya has the power to unilaterally dismiss all charges against this girl. He’s basically a dictator, even though he’s supposedly a powerless student. Whatever.
Continue reading Mahouka 22 — Still Not Incest
The world of Mahouka is a world of moral insanity. Right and wrong are inverted. Discrimination is right, violence is peace, power is justice, and the weak are scapegoated and dehumanized. When the world is this screwed up, what can one do? Anyone who attempts to rebel is quickly retaliated against, through the main tools in the toolkit of evil: violence and scapegoating. Those who resist the social insanity in Mahouka are brutally tortured and killed by glorious freedom fighters such as Erika. Others who resist are shamed into insignificance, by being labeled as “terrorists” and vilified as traitors who work with foreigners. Their rebellion is blamed on personal and psychological problems and they are considered foolish or mad or insane, even while they are the only sane people in a world that has gone mad.
But even in such a world, Mahouka (unintentionally) offers a glimmer of hope, through the hero of this week’s episode.
Continue reading Mahouka 21 — A Glimmer of Hope in Mahouka