Canaan Anime 12
I don’t know who storyboarded and directed this amazing episode, but definitely have to find out! Sakamoto is great at changing her voice to fit young Alphard :) Poor Maria T_T
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to quote maria: “sugoi” :)
wow, gives new meaning to the word “catfight”, no?
with only 1 ep left, we seem to have come full circle, everyone’s quoting Sham from the 1st ep…
haha Sugoi indeed! This was one of the most awesome catfights I’ve seen in a while :P
Yes, it is coming a full circle… I wonder how many people will stay alive at the end… Mari Okada is such a bloodthirsty person…
Awesome indeed =)
Damn… how long will it be until the day that i can watch such awesome fight+drama episode again….
PS: your 1st poll didn’t have “11” xD
Oh yes, such episodes don’t come by often :)
haha 11! It sounds like you really enjoyed this episode :)
Dang, I’m still stuck on Episode 10 (work work work…).
Action aside, that scene with Yunyun’s face squished up against the window is priceless.
Yes, it is quite busy here too – I didn’t have time to blog other series this week :(
haha Yes, that was a fun shot :) Yunyun is in the second place in terms of variety and frequency of expressions :)
God this episode was INTENSE. I spent hours trying to form my feelings into words after watching it.
Alphard really is a snake, the title fits her malevolence to a T.
I felt sorry for Canaan this episode. She’s got some serious post-traumatic stress issues.
I DON’T WANT PEOPLES TO DIE. ;_;
Indeed, it was an intense episode.
Yes, Alphard is very evil, but she has high emotional intelligence.
Canaan is one of many people who were traumatized in the series
I also hope there will be no more casualties.
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