It was adorable seeing how excited Kousei got over his egg sandwiches. Takeshi can finally move on, and stop living in his hero’s shadow. Overall, a great episode, and only 3 are remaining!
A set up episode, as we prepare to enter the final arc of Tokyo Ghoul. I have to say, these ending cards just keep getting better and better! Even if the animation is spotty at times, these end cards have been gorgeous with crazy amounts of detail and meaning behind them.
A surprisingly low amount of screen time for Shinichi this week. The operation is underway, and it seems like no one is safe. Even though they’re targeting man eating monsters, can you really consider someone who’s ready to kill another human at a moments notice to be normal?
Nagi’s big moment in the spotlight, and Kousei’s here to try and take it away! Nagi definitely has shown a lot of growth in these last few episodes, which is amazing considering how they managed to develop so many characters.
The ending credits just get better and better! Last week we saw some development for the guys at the CCG, while this week we focus on the ghoul side of things. With Kaneki’s desire to return to Anteiku, all you Ken x Touka shippers can get your hopes up!
A slower episode, but that’s alright, we could use some build up. Shinichi is almost back to living a normal life, except there’s still one more thing that he needs to resolve. It’s almost time for the big showdown between the humans and the parasites, but one can only imagine there will be a ton of blood shed.
Kaori finally comes clean with her condition. Nagi shows some great character development as she’s quickly becoming one of my favorite characters. Not only is she adorable, but she has shown a lot of maturity since first being introduced.
A slower episode, but it’s nice to actually get some development, rather than a ton of nonsensical action. Drunk Akira is the best Akira, clearly. Juuzou’s story is also finally revealed, although heavily censored, and much less brutal than in the manga.
Shinichi finally got some much needed closure and resolved his feelings for his mother. This also marks the end of Tamura Reiko’s story, probably my favorite character of the series so far. It’s unfortunate, but at least she got a chance to redeem herself by saving her baby.