When the Seagulls Cry #21 — Broken Toys

November 18th, 2009


Good work, Rosa. Now burn it in front of her.


Another pretty boring Ange episode adding very little aside from Ange’s wildly fluctuating cup size, and those of the tit monsters bullying her as well. Oh yeah, and a very unwelcome sexual encounter for Sakutarou. Gee, I wonder if the little bunny toys could mean anything either. It is a mystery. Well, it’s less of a mystery than how Rosa ended up wearing that godawful outfit. She looks like she’s got a pantsuit on with a bib.

Like always, until people start dying and there’s an actual mystery within the show, everything drags to hell. I’ve already said that, what… at least four times before, but it’s even more of a pain right now when the entire focus is on two characters that almost certainly don’t have a major active role in the central mystery here. At least, I sincerely hope a pair of elementary school kids don’t end up being the evil masterminds. I have more faith in Maria’s "an evil wich is controlling Rosa" theory than I do that Maria’s the mastermind.

Yawn. Let’s get back to the island already. Please.

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11 Shouts From the Peanut Gallery

  • Kurizu says:

    Actually a lot of stuff in this episode is pretty important

  • Serpit says:

    It’s back to the island next week.

  • Ian says:

    Think hard: What significance do bunnies have in Umineko? How do those bunnies relate to other Umineko characters? Think very, very hard.

  • Anonymous says:

    It looks like Ange lost one of her hair ornaments… but then she got it back magically, then lost it again?



  • Anonymous says:

    Just seconds before this picture. Pay attention to Gluttony/Beelzebub’s hair. Goes from Leviathan green back to Gluttony’s blonde.