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I think I’ll keep using the unconventional review style—just for Guilty Crown, though. I think it’s more fitting with what I want to say.
Chibi Devi! 9 still isn’t out yet, so have another rant-filled Guilty Crown review while you wait. This episode review doesn’t follow the conventional review style, because a series THIS bad doesn’t deserve a well-written review.
RANT-WARNING! (I’m afraid I’m going to have to start doing this now, oh boy…)
Putting this review up right away to make up for almost two weeks of no reviews. I will try to have reviews more evenly spaced in the next few weeks
(if the Chibi Devi subs ever come out on time). You’ve probably noticed that I haven’t added a “dropped” to this review title. That is because Guilty Crown amazingly maintained my interest just enough to escape the chopping block… this time.
Warning: Ranting. Lots and lots of ranting. Also, this will be my last review until after December 6th, because Finals.
Okay Guilty Crown, I’ve put up with your BS for six episodes, three of which were painfully mediocre. And now you give me THIS shit?! GUILTY CROOOOOOOOOOOOOWN!!!!! D:<
As I’ve said… a few reviews ago, I’m not going to bother spoiler-tagging anymore because it’s assumed that anything past episode 3 is a huge spoiler. Anyway!
Episode 5 of Chibi Devi! still hasn’t come out yet, so all I can do is just twiddle my thumbs awkwardly and wait until it finally comes out (if it’s ever coming out that is, in which case I’m glad I still have this series to review).
I think it’s pretty obvious that there will be tons of spoilers from here on out, so consider every new post about this series to have a SPOILER WARNING.
Sorry for the unannounced absence—I was planning on doing a review of Guilty Crown episode 2 last week, but found myself too swamped with midterms and due reports. So here’s a double review!
Note: The main protag’s name is “Shu Ouma,” and his nickname is Sho. If I use Shu and Sho interchangeably in this review when mentioning him, that’s why.