Electricity produces magnetic fields.
Spider Tsun, Spider Tsun, does whatever a generic tsundere does…
Me and Kuroko are having the same reaction to this series as of late. A whole ton of headache and disappointment. As you all know I didn’t even bother with Railgun 7. This anime is slowly turning into Misaka and friends – and I don’t like it. There’s very little conflict within the group, and henceforth, none in the anime. Hellooo J.C. Staff-kun…your characters are established, it’s time to start the storyline!
Most of J.C. Staff’s original fanbase (The ones who watched the original Shana and ZnT) are probably for the most part in their early 20’s now. I really hope I don’t “grow out” of watching anime because nothing but stuff like this is made. Anime has long been a haven for interesting plot line and going-where-they-shouldn’t-entertainment; but I can’t help but feel I’m wasting my time with Railgun in the past two weeks. But I guess I shouldn’t talk, since I’m bothering to keep up with Blacksmith.
Protip, the request was – “Can you please fix the storyline for this anime?”
Kiyama is the only one shaping up to look pretty interesting. She bears a resemblance to the leader of the gang that BiriBiri fought earlier in the episode. Either it actually is her, or a family member. In any event it looks like she may introduce the plot to get the story moving. The characters have had little to react to. The only thing I can tell you guys is I’m having a whole lot more fun training in Melty Blood: Actress Again for NEC on December 5th-6th, which is why my posts have been few and far between. But honestly with this season, I don’t feel like I’m missing much.