Magi Episode 7: His Name is Sinbad


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5 Responses

  1. Linzz says:

    S-sinbad… He’s good at cosplaying Adamn, alright. LOL I feel something dramatic to come on the next episode. I just feel it. LOLOL

    • Tenderfoot says:

      I’d play Eve to his Adam any day, if you know what I mean ;)
      (dear god, I think I’m just going to go cry in a corner for my sanity now…)

  2. Vantage says:

    I love the Balbadd arc, it’s one of the best arcs in the series for me and defines so much about the characters as well as the world they live in as a whole.

    About the puzzle on what a Magi is – I think an important attribute is what Granny said about them being loved by the Rukh, and so they flock towards Magi who therefore have limitless reserves of Magoi to manipulate (or what their body can handle anyway). If they know how to use it properly, they’ll be insanely powerful. Even Aladdin who knew nothing at all was skipping Djinn Equip and blowing Ugo straight out of his flute.

    Also, Kassim = Fukuyama Jun. What a cast… what a cast xDD

    • Tenderfoot says:

      I love the Balbadd arc too, although I should maybe finish reading it (I’m like 2/3 of the way done I think? Whoops…) I really like how they take the time to really flesh out the world and the characters, even the bad guys. Plus, it seems like they take the issues presented (like poverty, civic unrest, etc.) pretty seriously, instead of just glossing over them or using them just as a thing to advance the story. I hope they do a good job of adapting it to the anime, although so far I think they’ve done an admirable job.

      Ahahahaha yup, the cast is basically “everyone AND their mom”. Literally everyone who you’d want to be in it, is in it. It’s candy for my ears. Ah, just one more reason I love this show :)

      • Vantage says:

        You should finish it xD There was a point last month when new chapters turned up almost daily for some weird reason. Anyway, the cast is so high-profile it’s like they’re selecting from among the best seiyuu, and often they’re amazing, like Kimura Ryouhei as Judal or Ono Daisuke for Sinbad. Others are a bit more dubious – as good as Hanazawa Kana for Kougyoku sounds, I’ll have to see it to believe it.