I still need to get used on Mina’s dancing in the OP…
Starting things of on a really bright side, I thought this show is starting to get better. Probably because I bumped my head hard into a wall before watching it so that I could forget about the manga (noooo) yeah. Kidding aside, I actually liked this one a bit compared to the previous ones because at least it showed a bit of its political side, and not failing to showcase Mina and Akira’s relationship as well. And thank goodness we aren’t getting much monster-of-the-week this time. The running around the school part reminded me a bit of Code Geass though, hehe.
I lost count how many times I yawned at the presence of Yuki, the only thing I liked about her is Saito Chiwa voicing her, so she should be thankful that her bland, boring ass got saved by some certified SHAFT-ed seiyuu of Senjougahara. Also, there is an anime original character added, the candy girl Meiren voiced by Kobayashi Yuu (who seems to be snagging lots of roles this season). I can’t remember her from the manga, so I guess she’ll be an anime filler that will turn monster-of-the-week next episode (oh noes).
Real things turn at the very end of the episode with the student council president getting assaulted and raped according to Mina’s plan, with Akira not knowing it. Speaking of Mina, she’s getting cuter in an it’s-not-grossing-out-or-pedo-when-I-say-it kind of way. So yep, this episode actually brought a little bit of light in this ‘show’ (shouldn’t call this an ‘adaptation’ anymore… ”’orz) I’m still not expecting it to be good, it’s just actually like a guilty pleasure now lol.
P.S. – So… when will they plan to animate the ED? Never?