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Submitted by Thunder_God 454d ago | opinion piece

Mekakucity Actors Episode 8 Notes – These Borrowed Lives of Ours

Another entry in my note-taking and thought-jotting series of posts on currently running shows. This episode had given us information - regarding our characters' past, and the trade for their powers, as well as giving us something to do.

As always, the notes were taken while actually watching the episode, and rather than just repeating what you've already watched, elaborate upon it, assuming you've already watched the episode. (Anime, Mekaku City Actors)

Thunder_God  +   454d ago
This was a pretty good third episode! It even introduced a menacing presence in our midst, in the form of Mary, who's somehow related to The Serpent, and had delivered another barb into our characters' souls.

Most importantly, it had given them something to do, a goal, of trying to rescue those The Serpent had taken but recently, Kokonoe (Haruka) and Hiyori.

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