In the grand finale of Kiznaiver, a girl goes from bridge-bombing evil dictator, to misunderstood teen, to everybody’s new friend in twenty-two minutes. Overall, a pretty good run.
Katsuhira does some hard thinking in this episode – but even with all his brooding and apparent disconnection, he has more support than he knows.
It’s always tough coming back to school after summer break. It’s far more difficult when you’ve done something embarrassing, been rejected, or had a falling out with your friends. Time to pick up the pieces.
Did this episode give you flashbacks to your teenage days? Or to last week? If it did, you’ve had an extremely dramatic life. Your teen crush probably isn’t this important!
The battle- I mean, love lines are drawn this week, quite literally! Is this experiment going as planned, or is the forceful hand of Sonozaki and her subordinates determining the outcome too heavily?
It can be quite strange to watch a group of people being friendly, yet admitting to not have any friends. Sometimes you don’t even notice what’s right in front of you all along. Looking at you, Honoka Maki.
Instant physical pain was one problem, but it didn’t last nearly as long as the pain of the heart. I can see the Kiznaivers just feeling gloomy for most of the rest of this series.
It’s not a summer retreat to the mountains without a test of bravery.
It looks like the Kiznaivers are going to have a lot to deal with over the summer, but not without a little training first! Will the battle for love, weirdness, or ego take center stage? Not to mention the possibility of real battles!
The seventh sin has arrived, and it’s a fun one. Seems like the gang is starting to understand each other a little more, and using their ability to some kind of advantage whenever possible.