Akame ga Kill! Episode 7: Kill the Three (I)


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10 Responses

  1. Morlphing says:

    let play a game: Guess who will dead in the next episode ?

    • Vantage says:

      I don’t like this game ;_;

      Uh… not Bulat Seryuu? *glances away hopefully*

      • Morlphing says:

        No, that bitch death came later, maybe at the end of this season
        Anyway, looking at Esdeath condition for her ‘man’, guess who have meet all the condition

        • Vantage says:

          We don’t know the conditions yet, but as I mentioned in the post I’m gonna go with Tatsumi for now. This show doesn’t have too many high-profile male characters, and certainly no-one on the “good” side other than Tatsumi, Bulat and Lubbock.

  2. I.D. nameless says:

    Regarding Esdeath, this is the beginning of the development I was talking about last week.
    Akame’s struggle with her feelings was touching and Tatsumi’s promise was badass. The rest was your usual Akame Ga Kill slaughter & fighting – I mean that as a good thing, even if I feel bad for that noble’s daughter/bodyguard.

    • Vantage says:

      It’s a rather odd development – I don’t think I can take her seriously when she’s mentioning love :D At least, it’s a refreshing way of developing a villain’s character. And without Tatsumi’s plot armour (which should be the heaviest of all characters save for perhaps Akame) I would have seen that promise as a death flag!

  3. Shiki says:

    I guess we should say for the next episode: Prepare for the feels, because they will surely come
    It is really nice to see Bulat in action, beeing the “Knight in shining armor” literally and not just an awkward site as some weird lover
    And as the show is, i am sure that every introduced character has a giant twist in their personality and so i think that we will somehow get to like Esdeath since her personality is already eeeeeevil.. like the bad evil

    About the framing.. i think that the strategie is to make other groups think badly of Nightraid and wont help/assist them in anyway anymore, which is a problem for an independent group

    • Vantage says:

      Not againnnnnnn ;____; Still recovering from Sheele. Bulat was a bit strange to begin with, but now I think he’s a really cool guy! It’s amazing how much stronger he is compared to Tatsumi.

      I agree I won’t be as surprised if Esdeath just gets… more evil (if that’s even possible), but I’ll reserve judgement on liking her until a bit later. I suppose they’ll try, and admittedly she does have a fanbase, but…

  4. Braht’s fighting scene was one of the few scenes I actually liked better in the anime! I never appreciated this scene in the manga, probably because there’s only so much Takahiro can draw in. But Braht is actually quite an amazing fighter. I was so impressed!

    The only thing I was disappointed about, was there was a censored image towards the middle of the episode. Nyau has this habit of skinning people’s faces and collecting them (as “masks” for his “collection”), and I was really looking forward to that part! (No spoilers –> http://www.mangahere.co/manga/akame_ga_kiru/c011/23.html) I guess it might be a little gruesome for the anime though.. xD

    Oh well, next episode will definitely be epic! I tried rereading the manga scene with Braht’s voice in my head, and that made it at least 10x more intense xDD

    • Vantage says:

      It must be a great feeling to see static scenes from the manga animated! In the anime, if you look closely at the poor girl’s corpse you can sort of see at the edge of the screen that she no longer has a face. The panning ended at that point though, perhaps rightly because it was too gruesome as you said. Even so, it’s better than a huge light shaft censoring it all.

      I’m expecting the manliest feels next week ;_;

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