Oh look, it’s Sleeping Beau!
People, Reverse Vampire is back!!!!!!
No, seriously, I should have come back to THAT a few days ago, but since I’m too busy playing MMORPGs and watching out of the Tokyo Game Show (Especially the Kingdom Hearts games, all 3 of them and other games.) that has ended a week ago, that gave me some time to get things in order again. Have to adapt many changes after my papers…(withdrawn syndromes for neglecting my characters in my MMORPG.) Probably will stop writing VKG reviews again if my limits of my tolerance has depleted. Zero is 400% more emo than before, pretty disappointed about it and probably I’ll write on Kuroshitsuji (Only a couple of episodes). I think I better not write Yozakura Quartet, ’cause after watching the 3rd episode, I was growing tired of the decent episodic format that has already bored me to death (And suffocated in the huge Fall season anime programs that there are many more good shows that I wanna watch.). In addition, I’m going to watch High School Musical 3 when it hit the cinemas today and buy the soundtrack. Very anticipated in the show, I can’t wait♥.
BTW, if you want to know how I fare in my papers, I flunk Math-AGAIN. (Dragging thousands of people into the depths of Jigoku since they failed Math too.)
450% more emo than previous season. Yay for the teen angst and puberty. Anyone, emo rock concert?
Well, they change and edit some (If not most) of the parts from the manga and some scenes completely edited out. Studio DEEN thinks that some parts in the manga are very unimportant, so probably they removed them out entirely in the anime. If you wish to know what parts they edited in the anime, read the manga; I don’t wish to spoil anything for those who read both the manga and the anime. But don’t worry, I will be showing how I feel for today’s episode, as bland as ever. (I have the feeling that every High School Musical fan in the world has gone to the theaters to watch the movie.)
Uh oh. Idol-senpai!!! (Squeals with madness)
It’s like the dorm leader has turn into another person when she sense Idol’s (Spell like this on purpose.) presence. I rather watch a movie with bishies inside it and squeals all the way till the end of the movie to enjoy the beauty. But no worries when I go to the cinemas to watch HCM3 tomorrow and enjoy all the optimism of the movie and forget all my worries of teen angst anime series and my own depression that I flunk Math easily like shitting a piece of dung out of my ass.
Yes you are…Idol-senpai. Oh look, Zero’s out of the dorm, but he seems to be upset, heh.
Yar so Idol (And dear Shiki) are the only members of the Night Class who wished to stay here and not join their Kaname-sama on their trip to the high mountains yodeling and skiing. But no, Shiki wants to go home like mummy’s boy and leave poor and sickly Idol mopping the floors of the Night Class dorms. Instead Idol wants to play with the Day Class ladies and sneaks into the Day Class male dorms just to steal the fun-until he met Yuki.
Reason No. 1 why vampires are spoilt. Now Zero has the feeling to kick your big, fat ass.
So Aidou doesn’t want to go anywhere after Zero and Yuki has chased all the Day Class girls away from the dorms. To make things worse, Idol-senpai has treated our dear and cute Guardians like slaves to customized his style of living similar to the Night Class dorm. And poor Zero-sama wants to kick his fucking ass very soon. Zero looks pretty good in this episode, and not too emo than the previous 2. If Zero look at things in a brighter way and forget about his parents death and Ichiruu’s betrayal, I’ll have second thoughts about the manga. And don’t forget that the upcoming chapter (44) shows the most emo side of Zero when he was young. Probably I’ll stick to Kingdom Hearts and other video games that doesn’t show much of emo-ness.
You should be proud of yourself Zero. At least Idol-senpai love your cooking and not throw your homemade dinner to feed the dogs.
Ole man Idol wants more food from Zero’s Zelicious Homemade dinner. Be happy and jump for joy that he loves your cooking. Perhaps Zero should open a diner someday when he graduates from Cross Academy. Great idea, huh? He should quits being a hunter and serve great food to the people in Japan. That should make him forget his emo-ish past and cook happy delicious food to everyone. Let’s make people happy and forget our miseries!!! (I’m trying to be sarcastic, BTW)
I’m a 100 times smarter than anyone in this series. Period. (Except the fact that I failed Math.)
Somehow Idol is getting impatient and Zero gave him blood tablets to satisfy his ever-lasting hunger. He finds out just by looking at (Zero’s) thumbprints and figures out that it belongs to Zero. Yuki starts her more emo-ish talk on meeting Kaname-sama and the Level E vampire 10 years ago to Idol. If this emo thing is going to rule till the end of the series, I would have to pick another series up and drop Vampire Knight for good and follow the manga.
Reason No. 2 why vampires are spoilt. Sebastian from Kuroshitsuji, anyone?
Back at the Touya (Rima’s family) household, our
spoilt little vampires are hanging out at Rima’s house for a tea party like always and Kain makes a ‘wow’ing discovery on the mystery of Kaname’s family. Looks like something is stirring in the family (It’s so predictable if you read the manga) and they sure cut out parts for this episodes, hmm?
Shiki’s a mummy’s boy. He doesn’t know what he’s getting into in the next episode.
So while Idol is whining to get his dear cousin Kain back and the other vampires throwing a slumber party at the Touya’s household, Shiki returns home and sees his mother in a crazed state only for him to return to come her hair and suck his blood. For those who are following the anime ONLY, you’ll surprised what trouble Shiki is heading to in the next episode very soon.
I wish I could do that when I end up in a hotel suite someday.
Back at the dorms, Idol, along with his pet marble are enjoying the bath of their time as they return to the past at the point where he first met his Kaname-sama. I wonder why this episode revolves so much with Aidou, but it’s a good shift as in most episodes it focus most on either Yuki, Kaname or Zero.
I am the smartest! No one could defeat my almighty intelligence. (Until Kaname-sama took the spotlight away from me.)
We have a look at Aidou when he was about 4 or 5 years old in this cool flashback. Acting smug and proud of all the attention, he listens to all the praises singing to him that he read such complicated book, that is, until Kaname and family comes to visit him. He whines like a baby, shouting at him for disrespect of Aidou the Almighty. Then things shift when he was reprimanded by his tutor that he is insulting the pureblood family and tells a fairy tale about how the caste system came about. The he starts playing at the playground at night with young Kain and Ruka (She sings all the praises at Kaname-sama) until he came once again, playing with our little vampire gang. Years has passed, and soon Aidou and his fellow vampire turn 12 at the ballroom party. This time, Kaname was less friendly and cold at everyone (If you want to know more, just read chapter 28 to find out and save my saliva for more important things.)
Our first look at Kaname’s parents. Whereas in the manga it wasn’t very clear.
I suck blood once more in this world.
So we’re back at the present where Yuki and Zero share an intimate moment on sucking blood. Idol missed all the fun as he got out of his nice long bath and secretly goes into Kaname-sama’s room to get a sneak peak on any pureblood secrets in his drawer. But no, instead he saw chess pieces being squashed and cracked. (Idol loves playing chess, hmm?)
Another typical chapter has bore Reverse Vampire out of her happy zone. I feel sick when I listen to Zero and Yuki sound emo and anytime soon I’ll be dropping this and pick up other series that is better than this such as Toradora!, Skip Beat, Kuroshitsuji, Gundam 00 2nd season and Yozakura Quartet. Anytime now, but I’ll say so in the same post I say I quit writing this series. Based on research on other anime blogs, perhaps I’m the only blogger writing this series, eh?