The World Only God Knows Episode 6: Depression, dependance, happiness, then disappearance… Talk about a moody girl!


Behold! I am Myst, the phantom blogger. You can sometimes see me, but most often than not, I disappear quickly and you realize it was all an illusion... Or was it?

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3 Responses

  1. Eva says:

    Actually it took this much time in the manga. I was expecting this to end up with this many episodes, moreover not end this mission here. The next girl will probably be just as long since she’s difficult to communicate with. That’s all I’m going to say so I don’t spoil you too much.

    . _ . But yeah, Kanon is crazy.

  2. ryvrdrgn14 says:

    Keima is a pretty interesting character and perhaps a lot of people miss those small parts where he feels a little lonely or sad whenever the girls forget about him in the end.

    This is emphasized in the more recent chapters of the manga (which is pretty good also). Overall it’s a great show with a lot of potential. ^_^

    • Myst says:

      I know, I find it really sad that Keima always ends up being the one that’s all sad… I haven’t read the manga, but I really feel as though it’ll come up in the plot… So far this show has really surprised me plot-wise, and I love the fact that a second season is already planned. This way, the plot will go on probably according to the manga instead of ending in a really bad way like I’ve seen other shows do.
      I really like Keima :3