The Chairman reveals to Ikaruga the Lost Matrix, the sole remaining cell of a Dark Elf which the Alchemist Company are close to cloning to make weapons. In a world where magic and witches run rampant, only one platoon is fit for the job. We are going onto episode 5 and they already skipped some stuff. To survive, the human race lives in huge mobile cities, called Regios. For a sci-fi military flick with its production values, the soundtrack is surprisingly well crafted.
There are over articles and images. As for Kyouya, I think the novels did describe his gun as massively oversized, but at this point it does look more like something from a giant mecha. There may be times that a few of the characters can be quite fun to watch though as their personalities adds some excitement to the messy story. The squad may become the greatest team ever, but first they must overcome their greatest obstacle: each other. He's also apparently prone to anger, but that just doesn't seem like it's in there. .
. I also felt like they overdid the whole the bouncing boobs aspect, even though both boobs and lolis are a bit of a thing in this series — even sometimes at the same time, like Usagi! What do we get instead? But the truth behind Dragons, Norma and the world at large looms on the horizon. I am interested to find out about Usagi's fiancee and what he is up to. Takeru decided to become a part of the Inquisition to show the world that the sword will not lose a firearm, after the defeat at the hands of Ootori Ouka, he decided to continue striving to become an inquisitor for the money. Ikaruga: The last one to give a shit about anything.
It actually crosses that line not once but sort of twice too when Takeru Kusanagi, the leader of the 35th Test Platoon sees two of his teammates in a lewd fashion. Just as the balance of power and military might had once shifted from swords to sorcery, it shifts once again to guns. Even the boob grab was pushing it, because really- she could have dodged. I have enjoyed it so far. Common logic dictates that such an adaptation could only be tolerable if adapted into at least a 2-cour show.
I think it's an anime that is not bad but it could be better. The episode needed more Mari in it. And it was to some extent, because despite the flaws I loved the Kyouya and Nero parts. Long Islander who loves anime. Unlike many normal schools, the 35th Test Platoon of Anti-magic Academy is part of a group that is designed to hunt down witches, beings branded with dangerous magical abilities. However, Takeru cannot use guns at all and can only fight with a sword.
Nero is one of my favourite side characters along with my darling Kana and despite how much of a disaster this adaptation has been as a whole, I have to admit they did a really wonderful job with her. Hell, the show itself started with Takeru lying on the ground without the bottom half of his body, and it ended with a dead child on a table with a knife sticking out of it. I hope this lives up to your expectations. This show will likely take just one. In fact, Nero feeds off revenge — all Relic Eaters want different things from their contractors Vlad wants blood, and what Lapis wants is a huge spoiler. And yes, this episode needed much more Mari in it.
Edited November 6, 2015 by Guest Also, it was actually rather enjoyable to see the bad guy have what seemed like an upper hand until the very last second, they really did well in the suspense in that last fight scene, imo. I have been loving this show. Taimadou Gakuen 35 Shiken Shoutai also known as Anti-Magic Academy 35th Test Platoon is a light novel adaptation that has over 10 volumes and currently publishing. The world is dominated by mutant beasts called Limbeekoon, or filth monsters. Strike the Blood is another series where magical and supernatural beings interact with the modern world.
I love Kusanagi's swordsmanship in a world of guns and magic. This is quickly becoming one of my favorites this season. They did Nero so perfectly. I'm really curious about that witch and I already hate this new guy. In other news, the fan translator for AntiMagic took down all volumes earlier today. She is an amazing character and I love her but I gotta ship Takeru and Ootori. How can a director who goes out of his way to hire freaking Koyama Rikiya to voice Orochi be such a spastic retard? Both Tokyo Ravens and AntiMagic Academy deal with worlds where the supernatural has strongly altered the fabric of life.