Kill la Kill – Episode 3 – Part 2/2

And here comes part 2 of the third episode of Kill la Kill, full of action, fighting sequences, tits, epic animations, tits, tits and pointless fanservice.
Overall good, as I said in the previous post, but kinda disappointing in some parts.
I hope it will get back on its track by the next episode.
But let’s not waste any time on pointless talk, let’s just enjoy the best moments from this second half.

kill la kill #3-2 moments

As the battle is about to begin, Senketsu warns Ryuuko that Satsuki is more powerful than her. In fact, Ryuuko is loosing lots of blood, and is in trouble. Also, apparently Satsuki can shoot lasers (?)


Satsuki is not even moving her feet, and yet, she’s winning. Just look at her royal badassery.


Ryuuko is launched inside the school building. She’s about to faint. Ass shots everywhere.


To avoid to have Ryuuko fainting, Senketsu deactivates, leaving Ryuuko powerless, face on the ground.


That scene. Ryuuko is about to face her defeat.


Satsuki tells her that there’s no point to be ashamed of what they’re wearing, because that’s the Kamui’s true nature. Also, pointless ridiculously large tits shot.


Here comes Mako, saving the day! (?) She basically tells Ryuuko not to give a f*ck about her being ashamed, because she’s not in a position to being it to begin with.


Just before Satsuki is about to slice Mako in half, Ryuuko stops her. She now understood everything. The fact she understood everything because of Mako’s stupid talking, was rather nonsensical and lame. Oh well.


Ryuuko gains Senketsu’s full power. No need to be ashamed of anything! Just kick some ass!


Ryuuko attacks! Fanservice is not missing, though.


Spinspinspinspinspin~ Ryuuko is unstoppable, but Satsuki is not so weak to be defeated by her.


…In fact, Satsuki is able to dodge Ryuuko’s ultimate attack. She seems quite pleased by the fight overall, but in the end…


…No one won. Satsuki retreats, they’re both exhausted.
…BUT! The next scene will be something epic, because…


Satsuki tells Ryuuko that if she’ll fight her again only after Ryuuko defeated every other club under her command…


…In other word, we’ll get to see Ryuuko against several villains, and lastly agains the final boss Satsuki! JUST LIKE I WANTED!! TYPICAL SHONEN GRADUATED BOSS-FIGHT RULES!!


Probably I didn’t enjoy this episode as the other two, but that final scene was satisfying. I have my hope raised again for it!


See you next week!

Kill la Kill – Episode 3 – Part 1/2

Episode 3: WAT.
I mean, I liked it, but it’s starting to look a lot more like a “serious” anime, and I didn’t actually enjoyed all the fanservice in this episode. It’s way too much.
It was epic anyway, though.
The animations were absolutely gorgeous, and the fighting scenes are getting better and better as it continues.
I also liked how the “boss fight” is so early in the plot, but it ends halfway. I’ll talk about this in part 2, coming tomorrow.
So, in few words, this episodes’ pros and cons.
– Epic animation/battles.
– Plot seems to get clearer.
– It settles the right ground for the next episodes.
– Different from the previous episodes, it’s not so random as them.
– Too much fanservice.
– The gags were kinda forced and lame.

(PS: I wrote Mato instead of Mako in the previous post!)


We start with a flashback of Satsuki where she’ seen talking t- OMFG THAT’S ADORABLE.


The teacher is going to talk to Ryuuko. Meanwhile, enjoy some free Mako spinning.


I liked this part: Ryuuko seeking for answers, the teacher trying to avoid answering. Guess a blade in-da-face will do the job.


It looks like the teacher is a friend of Ryuuko’s father, and they were in a group against Satsuki’s family’s dictatorship. He was instructed to give Ryuuko her senketsu after his death. Apparently, kamuis are made 100% of life threads, a powerful material, the same used for Goku’s uniforms, though they only use less than 30% of it. Way too much plot for my tastes-


Meanwhile, in school the “bad guys” are trying to create a 50% life thread Goku’s uniform, which results in creating an uncontrollable beast, later blocked by the guy with glasses and blue hair. I kinda like him.


Satsuki is back home, intended to take back her “wedding dress” her father promised her when she was a child. Obviously it’s a kamui, and she offers her blood to it, even though her servants are trying to stop her from doing so.


Despite the pain, she’s able to wear it. I liked this blood stain detail.


And we’re back in Mako’s place, where her father and brother (and dog) continue to harass Ryuuko. Yay!


Just before going to bed, Mako notices that Senketsu is strange, as if it has goosebumps. Some sh*t is going to happen.


Epicness. Satsuki awaits Ryuuko in the next morning: sh*t happened.


The two are ready to fight each other, but not before Satsuki shows her ultimate gear: the Senketsu.


After a Sailor-Moon-Styled transformation sequence (in which fanservice hits its peaks), Kamui Junketsu is finally showed: The battle is about to begin.


Part 2 coming out tomorrow