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School Days Season 1 Episodes 9 to 12 Review

Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers) With these last four episodes, we come to the chilling climax for School Days. For a title that starts out fairly pleasantly, it certainly gets dark pretty quick-like. But despite a loathsome cast, it is still a fascinating look at how quickly relationships can go sour. Please be warned, this series cannot really be discussed without talking about the ending, so this review will be filled with spoilers. If you do not want spoilers, skip to the In Summary section and move on. The school fair has ended: Makoto has danced with Sekai, which suggests that he is picking her full time. He makes this official when he breaks it off with Kotonoha the next day. Of course, both girls are unaware that he had sex before the dance in the fair's break room with Otome, who has liked him since high school. To Read More Click Me!

School Days Season 1 Episodes 5 to 8 Review

Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers) After an opening quartet of episodes that left me equally fascinated (by the plot) and frustrated (by the characters), not to mention the fact that I had a pretty good idea of the series conclusion heading in, I was curious to see how this series would continue to play out. These four episodes did little to change my mind on the series, as the build continues to be great while I continue to hate virtually everybody involved with it. The only variable in it is how much I dislike a particular character at any point in time. When episode 5 opens up, Makoto is already beginning to be torn between Sekai and Kotonoha. Kotonoha is his official girlfriend, but her shyness causes her to back off of any of his advances, while Sekai is just their good friend who just happens to be fooling around with Makoto on the side because, you know, he needs the practice. Aside from wondering where she was when I was sixteen and needing practice the whole concept fascinates me. To Read More Click Me!