When a series is this good, you want it to go on forever. But if we allowed that, our girls wouldn’t have been able to graduate. School must end, and the wider world awaits.
Bye bye, Megu-nee. ;_;
It’s a terrible day for rain.
Even the swimsuit episode is more than meets the eye.
The Club’s dreams may be floating in the air, but the reality of their situation has only just been unearthed.
Delicious cooking, an existential crisis, and balloons. This week was as quietly chaotic as Yuki’s mind, and it resounds all the better as a warning that we’ve reached an turning point.
Miki’s backstory is wrapped up (at last) with her introduction to the school living club, and something far more unsettling that the undead she’s faced: Yuki’s traumatic disorder.
Concluding a two-part flashback, the School Living Club gathers supplies, tries on clothes, and picks up a lonely girl and an over-excitable dog in the process.
It was Miki’s turn to take the spotlight this week, as Gakkou Gurashi! continues to make every character’s backstory a heart-stopping and heartbreaking experience.
I no longer feel like a zombie and can go back to feeling like an overexcitable girl with PTSD… hooray?
As stunning as last episode’s ending was, life goes on for Yuki and the School Living Society. A test of courage through the lower school leads our daydreaming heroine into moral danger, while Kurumi wrestles night and day with an unsettling past.
This is why you never drop a series halfway through an episode.
With a process as multifaceted as anime production, how can individual visions flourish in the way they want to?
It’s amazing how much of a show’s meaning and performance can be contained, and assisted, by a few words we see whenever we sit down to watch an episode of it.
High School Fleet’s maiden voyage is a success! But Mayoiga misfires as it reaches its destination.
Because self-help guides are too positively orientated nowadays.
Did I say this show outright collapsed before? This week it went one step further, the best animated example of ‘that escalated quickly’ yet.
Did I say the structure of this show was disintegrating? Well, now it’s outright collapsed.