「結果の時間」 (Kekka no Jikan)
When it comes to settling things in the Assassination Classroom, things are best done using your fists.
Karma x Nagisa
While I highly doubt anything will happen that’ll rival the insanity and subsequent heartbreak involved with Koro-sensei’s creation, the fight between Karma and Nagisa got pretty darn close. Starting on the surface level, just watching this fight was pure bliss. From the stellar animation to the beautiful up close shots during the action scenes, I don’t think there was anything to complain about. But here’s the thing – that wasn’t even the best part! Amongst all the fighting there was this ideological war going on that had both sides fighting their heart out. From Karma and his need to take out whatever was hiding deep inside of Nagisa to Nagisa trying his damndest to prove to Karma to listen to him, there was never a moment where you weren’t on the edge of your seat.
Into Infinity and Beyond?
So, am I the only one who thought it was a little crazy to hear Koro-sensei recommend sending his students into space to capture classified data from a foreign country? Besides sounding extremely risky since the spacecraft is supposed to be a proof-of-concept, are we truly supposed to believe that Koro-sensei would recommend doing something so bonkers to his beloved students? That said, maybe he has some other things in mind since it’s been a while since he’s made a face like this and we all know what happens when he gets into his crazy otaku mode.
Boy, I’m starting to get a little nervous. With less than a handful of episodes left before the finale and no obvious way to save Koro-sensei in sight, I’m really hoping that the pace doesn’t increase too much more. Don’t get me wrong, I like where we’re at now but any more than this and it might be just a little too quick.