I could not believe my eyes when I saw the brutal ending of the episode!
My mind did register the fact that Arararararararagi (my tongue tripped) could not die.
After all, he is an immortal character.
However, I became so shocked at what happened that I was stunned for half a minute.
The mind-numbing bloody violence shut down my thinking circuit for quite a while. I was enjoying the episode as a pleasant freak comedy show while shocked at how Saito Chiwa has matured at her voice acting. Maybe she got much maturer thanks to her role in Gundam oo? But her voice acting is great in this show and her character, Sanjogahara, is simultaneously sexy, alluring, elegant, fun in a quirky way and oh yes, still quite dangerous.
Hajikuji is such a fun and well-characterized loli, but damn, they just had to use her for fan service (as complained by The Fin at Moe Sucks). Why? She’s quite a likable child, leave her the fuck out of lolicon fantasies!
This show has been a quirky watch and for those who likes “Shinboisms” and excellent character interactions, please try it. Oh and graphic artists please don’t miss it.
Ray: “loli and violence, loli and violence, loli and violence, chichan! loli and violence, chichan!” (singing by the way of puncolle)
5 thoughts on “Bakemonogatari 06 – Loli and VIOLENCE!”
I was really surprised too~ I was soo shocked~~
The whole time I was thinking, “I’m soooo glad he’s immortal.”
And I’m also really glad that Senjougahara came because I thought that Araragi was going to get run over by a train if he just stayed there.
@ Llora-chan – if he can’t die, perhaps his body will just reassemble? But in any case, Sanjogahara’s reaction upon seeing him was pure gold.
I only assume the coming episodes will hold more gore as seen in the first chapter’s episode openings.
gore and violence, gore and violence, gore and violence!
Well, violence it is! As long as the art and style plus Saito Chiwa does well, I’m game.
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