Kotoura-san – 10

Kotoura MAIN (3)

Kotoura stares into your mind! Try to avoid any dirty thoughts.

Wooooooo! Episode ten coming right at you and sorry for the delay, but there wasn’t a whole lot going on this week in terms of plot that carried over from the moe police investigations…oh right Moritani went to jail!? What will happen to her now? I guess you have to watch my video to find out.

Fun with everyone

Kotoura MAIN (1)

I don’t think the police want Moritani hanging around…

Kotoura MAIN (4)

Don’t mess with Kotoura and her friends bro!


You decide!


Mustashes are fun! DON’T JUDGE ME…


Kotoura MAIN (6)

Possible rooftop confession between Manabe and Kotoura next time? I hope so.

Yuriko vs the mysterious criminal!?


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7 Responses to “Kotoura-san – 10”

  1. KLACMAN says:

    well give kotoura & evetyone going scooby doo to catch the crook with wonder 2eps left wonder what to happen next?

    • BlackBriar says:

      I’m just waiting for someone to say “And I would have gotten away with it if it weren’t for you meddling kids”.

    • Foshizzel says:

      They need to find a magical talking animal first and I assume they wrap up the mystery soon~

  2. Highway says:

    I thought they did ok for a low-stakes police procedural investigation. The cops were pretty lenient, that’s for sure. First with Haruka and Manabe yelling to someone in custody, then in dealing with the Mori goons, and in having everyone talk to Moritani.

    I’m back to being pretty sure the criminal is Tsukino, especially after her “Don’t go to the 2nd street alley, it’s dangerous there…” bait message. How idiotic were they to do that? Talk about not figuring things out. I’m kind of surprised that Yuriko was attacked, and not Haruka, since Tsukino doesn’t really care for Haruka’s power, maybe because it could expose her. And it seems like she’s got some kind of personality disorder, because she was able to hide who she was from Haruka.

    I thought the title “But you’re not here” referred to Manabe, who left Haruka halfway through the episode. I thought that was a bit harsh, but how else to get his point across? And I’m pretty sure that Haruka knows what Yuriko is up to, and still is trying to help her, which is exactly what Manabe was complaining about.

    • Foshizzel says:

      I know right? Seriously who enters a police station and starts screaming out someones name like that? Also the cops are like derp come on in and chat with your friend who MIGHT be guilty of a serious crime? SURE WHY NOT ahahahha

      That phone call set off tons of red flags in my mind like why did the detective girl say that? I swear it just makes her look even more like the main criminal, but I still don’t think it would work. I hope Yuriko is alright! I assume she gets away and later on Haruka is hunted afterwards? Still I think her ESP powers will give her a heads up…I did not think of that! If someone had multiple personalities could they trick a psychic? Great idea Highway!

      Now that you mention that I suppose the title could relate more towards Manabe leaving for a bit? In fact could all the episode titles be related to Manabe and Kotoura? I have to look back xD

  3. BlackBriar says:

    For Kotoura to read the mind of the reporter from where she is, she has good range. It’s bittersweet that Moritani got released because another attack took place. I personally think the ESP club is in over their heads. This is a real live criminal they’re dealing with and they’re just kids and it isn’t a game. What’s to stop the criminal from escalating from more than just hitting girls behind the head. The last victim was lying in a pool of her own blood.

    Like everyone else, my money is on Tsukino being the criminal. The reasons for this belief are: First, she says she doesn’t have any friends, all of the victims are high school girls who are quite social and she could be attacking out of jealousy. Second, telling them not to go to that alley because the criminal is hanging around even when the police force has no idea where to look. Even a half wit would realize that has “trap” written all over it.

    Yuriko is letting her desire to clear her mother’s name cloud her judgement. There’s no point in doing that if she ends up hospitalized or worse and I’m sure that’s the last thing her mother would want. Her ambition is understandable but the end of the episode clearly shows she’s biting off more than she can chew.

    • Foshizzel says:

      Yay anime justice! I guess I was WAAAAYYYY off when I thought Moritani was the number one suspect for the recent crimes, but good for her and agreed the ESP club should not be trying to find the real criminal! I mean what if he went from attacks to straight up killing people? Then again, I guess it makes for a interesting story…

      Ooooh right my third idea of a new character? I know she is in the story, but we hardly know much about her…as for the cops I have no idea what to believe! I still have my money on the detective girl as the criminal, but who knows they could throw in a unknown character in the end or Kotoura’s mom’s new BF that is still a possibility.

      Ahahah yeah Yuriko has some serious issues with her mom? Seriously JUST MORE THE HELL ON! I guess her obsession is getting the better of her lately…

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