If BATORU lasts for more than four hours, please consult a doctor.
CARD LUCK: Further evidence that the WIXOSS team cannot be trusted to name anything.
Continuing our theory that BATORU is euphemism for cocaine…
You’d think a photo studio for famous idols would have a little better security than this.
Basically, every mention of battle from here on is a euphemism for lesbian sex. There are only so many jokes I can make about that.
Case in point.
Not surprising, considering there seems to be only six active Selectors in this universe.
You’re already a little moe girl in a franchise full of lesbians, and incest. What more could one wish for?
Would you rather go to college and take a philosophy class?
It’s the amount of time spent per episode on half-arsed technomagical babble in Mahouka.
…who will bring balance to the Force?
Wish Crisis? Isn’t that the whole point of WIXOSS?
Worst game of hide and seek ever.
Chicks dig scars.
Week 7 Verdict:
You may notice that these screenshot commentaries are getting shorter and less critical, because the show is getting more into its stride with the serious psychological drama, and totally not because SerendipitouslySane is getting lazier by the week. In all seriousness, I’ve surrendered almost all of my reservations that I’ve had for this show in the beginning. The battles this episode I thought were particularly well-choreographed, and in line with the style of the rest of the show. Unfortunately little girls shooting light beams at each other to the beat of pounding techno while looking mildly aroused makes for poor satirical comedy.