Episode 1 of Season 2 just dropped and this was the second series that blew me away on the first episode this season. Kaneki really did a 180 after the end of Season 1 and it showed.
Skip to 3:39 to see what had me on the floor.
All of existence is doomed no matter the outcome.
^This. Definitely this.
@Daniel_Newton: @Bigheart711: @Dekken:
I forgot to showcase it. Here's my favorite poster!
Same here! Although, I feel sorry for the gals peeking at her already. Michelle might have them wake up in the mess hall after that. O_O
EDIT: Have another pic of her because...
Episodes 11 and 12: It looks like Shinichi's worries about Kana were made real, but I didn't expect her to get anihallated at all. I feel that the situation only made a bigger strain on those around Shinichi and it shows on the next episode.
Episode 13: Shinichi could be in deeper trouble than I imagined after the morality struggle that he and Migi had to go though the moment he got caught in the murder scene. He's also in the edge of telling Murano the full truth, but he's afraid that she won't believe him just like Kana did before her demise. Hopefully things can be resolved in future episodes.
@takashichea: I was afraid that Ryoko would end up turning her child into a science experiment like she said on Episode 13. My fears might be right in future episodes. Definitely not the first time I've seen a parent not give a fuck in an anime series by far (and the last example I've seen was in Elfen Lied Episodes 4 and 5).
@takashichea: This seems more like a parody of Pretty Cure than Sailor Moon, but they may take some cracks on other magical girl series as well from the looks of it. I also lost it there when the Wombat tells them to transform. XD
@takashichea: Earlier, I just realized that the animation errors (especially, Sailor Moon's "spinning" of the Silver Crystal's Rod) WERE the reason over the riots that happened in areas that mentioned the episode. Most of the comment areas from Crunchyroll should be back by now.
Episode 1: Oh my God, It was more fun than I thought. We get to see the rather funny story on how the club ended up being magical guys and the enemies that they have to deal with. It's actually way more comedic than serious, hence why I tagged it as a parody in the OP.
Episode 13: There was something among that subtlety revealed in this episode, but I won't say until you've seen it. The battle of Queen Metalia did have some rather rough spots beneath it, (including some animation problems and the souls of Endimyon's knights being too bright to see) and the cliffhanger didn't do this episode justice either. Hopefully the next one patches most of everything up as we enter the Dark Moon arc. There must've been some controversy that I must not have covered, considering that comments got disabled for the particular episode. Perhaps it was because this episode wasn't executed that well.