Episode is out
It's definitely one of my favorites.
Why is Heizo such a cool chap?
Anyhow, there wasn't equal retribution during this episode.
The store manager got away with the destruction of one family, and all he got in return was going out of business.
But well, I suppose much of what is shown in Onihei is that life isn't fair.
He's had his fair share of struggles in his life to know the circumstances that force people to take the life of crime. He's the most ideal man for the job.
You missed out on the thread but it died anyway as we all know hows the viewership here. Pretty good episode, those cgi looks smoother than the usual animation some how.How many stories in the onihei novel anyway? If this goes to 24-26 episodes it would be pretty awesome though having too much of a slow episode could be bad.
I assumed I missed it, how big was it? Been wanting to share the OST, it's pretty fucking nice.
He knows that justice is not black and white.
>wasn't equal retribution
It was a pretty big family business, and with how the owner is he probably won't find a job again. But, aye, it wasn't equal, atleast Wasuke died happy after having his revenge.
I think last week's thread was the biggest, and they said Akiba's Strip was the most ignored show this season.
This week's episode was so bittersweet. I've gotten used to the bad ends for people who willingly went into crime, but the son and his adoptive parents were completely blameless and the karmic punishment the paper merchant got wasn't enough to balance the scales for me.
not just a little bit, but like 25 years worth of stuff all written by the original creator. Apparently the deal is that once his original scripts for the live action shows run out, there will be no more live action shows because his will specifically forbids anyone else to write them.
>will never see them subbed nor animated properly
It's a pipe dream for this to get a Season 2 or more episodes but a man can dream.
I can't decide which episode is my favorite. The earlier ones where they introduce the reoccurring characters are the weaker ones of the bunch but it's hard to pick.
>because his will specifically forbids anyone else to write them.
The author must really love his work. I hope he wrote a satisfying ending before he pass away.
You can start now. It's always help to have a goal to work toward.
Omasa hasn't really shown up all that much