1. This article comes from the perspective of someone who has read the manga.
2. I wouldn’t be critiquing the plot as much as I am going to comment on its progression.
3. Blue text usually indicates a topic change within a section. Also serves as a spoiler warning so if you have no idea what the blue text means, theeen spoilers are probably written below it until the next blue text.
4. Gray text, sometimes labeled as run-on note, are basically that–a no-punctuation ramble about whatever.
A spoiler among non-spoiler shit is like this for a reason.
Spoiler warnings apply because I’m going to talk about some deviations from the manga, and if the anime is planning on going for those events despite the changes, then spoilers. If not, then they’re nothing more than comparisons.
Aside from that, I don’t think there are any? Since most things that happen in this episode are introductory stuff. I have things to say about that guy at the end though, but I put a warning beforehand so you can remain spoiler free if you’re not up for it. Continue reading