“It is a mixture of both loneliness due to being away from the Kawamoto sisters, but also a realization about just how warm and inviting their home is.”
“However, what sets Rei off into one of his most emotional displays in the series so far is when Nikaidou…”
“It is pretty evident from the description of his feelings that Rei is depressed…”
The fourth episode of my March Comes in Like a Lion re-watch.
The first post in my March Comes in Like a Lion re-watch series.
Hello, Anifriends Another day, another challenge. For day four, I’ll be talking about my favorite female character. For this challenge, I think I might have to cheat a little. There are two female characters who I just cannot help but list here. The first, if you saw yesterday’s […]
Undoubtedly one of March Comes in Like a Lion’s best qualities is its sophisticated storytelling and its ability to give every aspect of its story and characters a detailed and nuanced depiction. If it were not for the fact that it is revealed that his wife is stuck […]
If it wasn’t apparent last in any of the previous episodes, which it really should have been, the bullying that Hina is going through has been weighing on her, pushing her down to the floor and making her feel like garbage. Her half-maintained stoicism becomes less convincing by […]
For the first time in this show, we’ve actually been introduced two characters worth hating in one episode. Well, technically the teacher was introduced a couple of episodes ago, but we didn’t really see the extent to which she is worth hating until this episode came out. The […]
Sorry this one is a little late, I’ve been a little lazy the past couple of days. I said in the reaction for the last episode that March Comes in Like a Lion did a great job at handling their ongoing motif through Rei and Akari’s conversation on […]