Kill la Kill Episode 24 (Final): Honestly, I was expecting drills

[Commie] Kill la Kill - 24 [65DB9950].mkv_snapshot_02.46_[2014.03.30_09.00.52]

Ah, right. I forgot about Senketsu. I agree that he makes a better sacrifice than the plot-armored Ryuuko. The combination of all of the Goku Uniforms also works as a throwback to the Gurren Lagann that most people compare with this show. I dunno…I can live with it. Also, I’ve been ignoring the Mako/Ira thing all this time and it looks like I was right to assume it wouldn’t amount to much.

Not a bad ending in my eyes. Probably one of the better ones of this season. I’m glad they destroyed Senketsu at the end after he basically became a god mod of Life Fibers. Destroying something so powerful at the end gives the plot a sense of resolution by lowering the chances of a sequel. I appreciate that kind of ending.

One thought on “Kill la Kill Episode 24 (Final): Honestly, I was expecting drills”

  1. This was probably the best anime of the season. Its not anything extremely special, but its an enjoyable watch that is well done. The only thing that really bothered me was the power scale for characters in this series and the blatent ignorance of it when it suited the writers, but thats a small issue.

    Ultimately, it was a good first series for Trigger. However, Trigger needs to up its game a bit. I can’t wait to see what they do next, but I am hoping for a more serious series along the lines of Death Note, Psycho Pass, or Evangelion. Kill la Kill and Little With Academia were enjoyable to watch, but noting that made you think or I felt like could fully immerse is audience in the world of the anime.


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