The Rolling Girls – 08

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Chiaya-“Yo! I’m Chiaya and welcome to Jackass.”

 Yoooooooooooo! Welcome back to another thrilling episode of The Rolling Girls and we are wrapping up this mini rock and roll arc, but was it better than the previous motorcycle themed episode? To be honest I loved this one because it had such a cool concert moment at the end! I hope those songs are on the OST whenever it comes out.


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Chiaya sees all!

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I loved this moment~

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What a cool character!


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Leave it to The Rolling Girls to have such colorful explosions.


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29 Responses to “The Rolling Girls – 08”

  1. 15FAN says:

    I liked your review and I agree there are some negative comments out there!

    I got the Woodstock concert with A Jimi Hendrix Purple Sky and Srar Spandled moment. Just think the Rockets Glare and Douji going up in the air like Kiss The Shy

    • skylion says:

      Yay, more points for fun!

    • BlackBriar says:

      I liked your review and I agree there are some negative comments out there!

      Some have gone as far as nicknaming this “Flopping Girls”. I feel the negativity is unwarranted because it’s good show. Fun and loaded with unpredictability.

  2. BlackBriar says:

    Could’ve seen the childhood friend plot a mile away yet it was still endearing. While I don’t completely understand what caused the distance between them, it was nice to see the girls make up and play onstage together. That was an explosive concert (pun intended) going out with a bang.

    Agreed on the guy doing whatever it takes to stave off boredom. He’s a pretty cool character. Just that his methods are excessive if you ask me. He and his gang were more delinquents than cut and dry bad guys.

    • skylion says:

      While I don’t completely understand what caused the distance between them

      I think it’s a matter of perspective. Mame’s mother seemed to want to see what direction her daughter would go in. Tradition, and uptight at that, or something else. It was Mame’s decision in the end….

      • BlackBriar says:

        At least Mame had a good friend from the “opposition” wishing her the best of luck.

  3. Irenesharda says:

    That was a wonderful ending to the arc and seeing those two actually become friends again. Though I think that because of culture clash that this could have been solved a long time ago through some communication. But whatever.

    The song and light show explosions were cool, though for some reason I thought that orange-haired leader was in the wrong show, he looks like the MC in a shounen series rather than whatever this show is. 😛

    Chiaya shows once again that she turns into a little octopus when she sleeps, and she has that weird camera that can actually tap into people’s memories. And then her mom is saying that there is something important about the full moon and having more moonstones by then. I’m still thinking aliens…

    And her servant guy is actually part of the old band? Didn’t expect that. o_o

    • skylion says:

      Well, poor communication builds drama. It’s a solid storytelling device.

      And yes to your estimation about Orange-Hair. He did seem rather odd at times, even sticking to his “just killing time” phrase that I thought was a put-on.

      And when a figure becomes available of Chiaya, it won’t be worth it unless they include a plush “alternate” version.

    • Irenesharda says:

      Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh!

      Show ▼

  4. sherrislok says:

    I have no longer a grasp on what’s happening. I’m writing this show off as a disaster.

    • Di Gi Kazune says:

      It also doesn’t help when it’s Fosh that writing the review…

    • skylion says:

      …of all the shows this season, Assassination Classroom, Dog Days ”, Heroine, World Break, Graffiti, etc. that are easy to follow, TRG has to be the easiest.

      • BlackBriar says:

        Actually, for me, Assassination Classroom is a bit easier to follow than The Rolling Girls.

      • Highway says:

        Rolling Girls has a bit of an issue that I can see of “We’re not going to connect the dots directly.” It’s like they show you all the puzzle pieces, and they’re kind of in the right relationship. But I find that there are just a few things that are “Why the heck did that happen?”

        Assassination Classroom has almost no misdirection at all.

        • BlackBriar says:

          The most it’s doing is explaining as it progresses.

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