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Sorry about the lateness again, Lemurs has been super busy. It kinda worked out though, since for who knows what reason, Jump is late this week, there is atleast something I can comment on. With that said, let's begin!
I am really liking what Pierrot is doing right now, it is clear that there is a real effort in trying to make the lost agent arc the best it can be. The one thing I don't understand is why everyone is complaning about the animation, I thought it looked fine. I actually think the animation has a little more personally now, especially in come up with more intresting action poses. I guess people's tastes differ, but I thought the overall animation was good. I like how the writing team is creating more of a mystery, which I think will really pay off in the end. Pierrot is doing what I hoped they would do, and I really hope they keep up with this. I am a little iffy on Riruka, in my mind I found her voice to be more mocking and more sarcastic, but I am really not feeling that from her. Maybe I am being too judgmental, but I am still not feeling the "Riruka Vibe" from Megumi Toyoguchi's performance. I am also a little surprised about Giriko voice, its not what I expected. It's not bad, it's just a little different then what I had imagined. Daisuke Ono is a great Tsukishima, enough said.
Overall good episode.
- Story 8/10
- Art/Animation 10/10
- Sound Effects 10/10
- Music 10/10
- Acting 10/10
- Omake 7/10
I give Bleach episode 345 a 9.2 out of 10. Remember to join me next Tuesday when I review Bleach episode 346, and join me on this Saturday when I review Bleach 228 dubbed.
Until next time!