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Hyouka Episode 2

Hyouka[2] (Japanese: 氷菓, Hepburn: Hyōka, lit. "Ice Cream/Frozen Dessert") is a 2001 Japanese mystery novel written by Honobu Yonezawa. It is the first volume of the Classic Literature Club (古典部, Koten-bu) series. Five additional volumes have been published between 2002 and 2016. A manga adaptation drawn by Taskohna began serialization in the March 2012 issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace. A 22-episode anime adaptation produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto aired from April 22 to September 16, 2012. A live-action film, Hyouka: Forbidden Secrets, directed by Mari Asato and starring Kento Yamazaki and Alice Hirose was released on November 3, 2017.[3][4]

Hyouka Episode 2

Action starts to pick up this episode. But, before that happens, Toma and the girls do have their fun time together. Until they start hearing voices. Apparently, a telepath was telling everyone to leave do to the terrorist situation.

Her and the sorceress escape and Toma gets a call from his teacher. No surprise, but Kazakiri is not human, but that feild of esper energy in human form or something. But, that does not matter to Toma, he still wants to help out. Then this episode ends with Toma saving Kazakiri at last-minute. So, yeah.

Of course, Toma defeating her only causes the Golem to go out of control, now it continues right where the last episode ended. Kazakiri saved Index, then Toma rushes in to save both of them. Thus, the Golem is dead. Toma then still needs to comfort Kazakiri that Index still will see her as a friend.

You know, all the people who are reading this or following my wordpress, when I do episode reviews, its because something in the episode has struck me so much so that it will be a pity not to voice out my thoughts.

It hurts me. It seriously hurts me, when you see everything you believe in denied by another person, and it hurts me seeing Mayaka hurting too. This is the point in the episode that made me reflect. Expectations.

Of course, the part I liked about this episode is Eru. She is rather cute, especially when she forces Houtarou to pick the recommended item on the menu and shoving the book in front of his face. Also, she looked cute in a ponytail and the dress she wore while visiting him at a café. With that, hopefully the next mystery goes a bit deeper as they seek for the collection they desire.

Sporting some stylish neon visuals and a fun, if not terribly original, scenario, Blood Lad hits the ground running with a quirky, spazzy protagonist and pop-culture-driven humor. The opening sequence promises a large cast of characters to add to the undead shenanigans, but with a rumored run of only ten episodes, it remains to be seen if this adaptation can successfully pull a satisfying supernatural comedy out of the manga source material. 041b061a72


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