Second Ship Captain Hirato sends Yogi, Nai, Gareki and Tsukomo to Rinoll, the ice crystal town, to check up some evidences left in the vacation house used by Kafka. A warm snowman named Yukkin that is invented in the Research Tower accompanies them. On their way back to their service, they notice that Yukkin is missing. They search for him and Yogi, Gareki and Nai investigate a manmade hole that leads to an underground room of the vacation house. Kagiri and Kiharu, who caught Yukkin, attacks Tsukumo. Yogi and Gareki come to the rescue and Tsukumo brings Nai to a safer area. While fighting their enemies, Yogi’s allergy patch comes off and his split personality is awakened.
To be honest, I’m having a really hard time blogging this show and it says something. I really have high expectation from this show because I heard that the manga is really good. But probably, the later part is much better. Since, well, the manga is taking its precious time developing the characters, building its fantasy world and etc so I feel like the adaptation is really really slow. Slow in the sense that we are in episode 8 yet we are still not dealing with the “big” thing and the only character that has been develop so far is Gareki. With only 5 episodes left, I wonder how’ll they pack and conclude this show. Will this show say goodbye like the other shows, which have so many loose ends and never come back?
Thankfully, I have a “fanboy” inside of me that enjoys the sight of these beautiful men and women.
Our child-like Yogi transforms into this badass Silver Yogi when his allergy patch comes off. His maniac scream is really creepy but I think I’ll enjoy seeing him kicking some ass! I so love characters with split personalities, they just look so cool! Sometimes I wish that I also had a cooler version of me LOL.
Okay so I read some spoilers (don’t worry, I’m not going to share it here) and I find Yogi’s background very interesting. It explains a LOT of his personality and why Silver Yogi exists. I just hope that they’ll tackle it within this cour. Oh god please Karneval hurry up!
I feel bad for him because he cares so much for his uke friend, yet Gareki refuses to call him as one. Well, I think he doesn’t mean it and it’s only part of his personality. But Yogi takes it seriously and can’t concentrate to the fight because of it. He still blames himself for not saving Yotaka. Anyway, I’ll commend Gareki’s calm demeanor during the fight. He knows he’s not as strong as the Circus’ fighters but no one can beat him when he has a gun. He’s no longer useless.
Nai is still in the background, doing cute things.
Our beautiful Tsukumo shared some moments in this episode but was immediately thrown into the background. I really want to see her fight but let’s give the spotlight to Silver Yogi first.
I wonder what is that moving box that they saw in the underground room. Some kind of evidence? Let’s see next week.
What can you say about this episode?