Psycho-Pass Episode 10: The Hunt


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  1. Kal says:

    There was so much fangirl fodder right there- “Everyone, throw your bras at Kogami!” is my impression. =u=

    Despite this show being anti-moe, there’s a lot to go on with Tsunemori being the only “cute” girl in there.

    • Vantage says:

      It was slightly inappropriate for the situation, given that hunting dogs and a cyborg with a rifle was coming after them. But yeah, instead of spreading the moe, they concentrated it all into one character and called her Tsunemori Akane xD

  2. Riegel says:

    The question is: did Makishima himself change Yuki’s bra? Ok, I’m just making fun now, but I actually hope I never find out. Besides, who wears a wire bra while sleeping? This is what happens when the writer is a guy…

    Anyway, I liked the thrill of this episode and the old-fashioned hunting game more than I would have expected. Yuki’s character was great too. Kogami was a bit too perfect (or the hunter needed new goggles, because I don’t know how you can avoid being hit by a shotgun while you’re running down a narrow corridor?).

    Can I write a little about Gino? [I see you’ve ignored him, which is quite understandable since he was such a jerk most of the episode] Somehow I felt that he was intentionally putting pressure on Akane or more like he was playing a mind game with her, like he wanted her to actually feel responsible for this turn of events that may end horribly. [by the way, how come she was so little affected by the fact that she actually sent Kogami into a trap all by himself?] maybe I’m reading too much into it, but Masaoka’s words seem to confirm this ‘how about you stop there? that was a bit too sinister.’ The way he picked Gino up [by his puppy scruff, I should add] was awesome and very disturbing at the same time. I think my heart stopped for a moment there. Even if they are father and son (I don’t think there’s anyone who can deny it at this point), isn’t hurling someone across the room for discipline’s sake a bit too much? No wonder Tomomi’s crime coefficient exceeds the limit (and no wonder that his son’s acting like a jerk most of the time, haha). Gino’s reaction was priceless nevertheless and I think I can get used to some domestic violence if that’s what it takes to bring him to his senses.

    Makishima told Seguji that he too will face an unforseen turn of events and will face his true self accordingly so I guess that means we’ll have the enforcers hunting the cyborg-guy next episode. However, I don’t think Makishima will settle for the police winning the game… It would be too simple. Or maybe I’m a bit too paranoid, but I feel a bit afraid of what may come next.

    • Vantage says:

      Watch how Makishima’s a closet pervert underneath that confident exterior. Shinya will probably run into issues later down the line, as I doubt Makishima’s finished with him even if he does escape – and they’re still stuck within the hunting grounds after all.

      Yeah, I agree – Gino’s always seemed to have the same discriminating train of thought about Enforcers and the way things should be run in the MWPSB. If domestic violence is what he needs, then so be it. Now’s a good time as ever to have an Inspector start cooperating a bit more, especially with the growing threat that is Makishima. Sorry about leaving him out btw! I was rapidly reaching the point where I fall half-asleep and the things I write are no longer proper sentences xDD

      Is Seguji his name? I’ve gotta remember that for future reference, assuming he leaves this arc alive of course. I also can’t help but think of the possibility that there are other cruel hunting traps lying in wait for anyone not cautious enough.