Sort of off-topic: I’ve thinking of writing Zombie Loan for the past few weeks… but somehow I just didn’t do it. ~_~ Maybe because I’m exhausted most of the week. Maybe because summarizing Zombie Loan will take more effort than I am willing to spare.
The question here is this: if I drop the screenshots and summaries altogether (or 99%), would anyone still want to read my posts? Zombie Loan readers, please feedback.
We bring you back now to the regular schedule.
Following last episode, Tokyo has been transformed into an arena of RPG/anime/manga/Jap-pop-culture, complete with its very own mahou shoujo – girl with the magical wand (in this case a magical stick) – and Dragonball-ish shounen (except not as short and old school in design).
Other points of interest would include Kazuma and Ren’s charm. The former displayed a kind of brooding-hero vibe (reminiscent of Lestat except much cooler than that pale bisexual vampire), while the latter shed a lot of his baby cuteness and went ferocious for the first time.
The episode opens with Kazuma chasing after the woman he calls “Cui Ling