Posted on 3 August 2010 with categories: Rainbow



Well, this episode was one heck of a build-up. Not necessarily because Joe is still getting bugged by those assholes who were jealous of his talents, and therefore at the end of the episode were about to put a bullet between his eyes. That’s just something the creators used to spice up this arc. Instead, we’re about to get to the point where Joe is going to meet his sister again! Based on the past episodes of this series, the creators are bound to make a fantastic spectacle out of this moment.

In this episode, there really was a ton of support for Joe, as he tried to achieve his goals and was visibly having a hard time. The tension just came from one bunch of assholes, but I like how the creators wanted to show that there were plenty of people in their time with good intentions who didn’t want to make the lives of everyone around them miserable. The pianist and his son especially were quite charming.

The problem here is obviously those five lemons who may have been a bit too obsessed over trying to kill Joe here. But of course, this is just me who doesn’t know how bands used to operate back then, and how fierce the competition was for fame. Plus, if they really wanted to kill Joe, then I doubt whether that kid will make it in time to warn Mario about it. Still, this is just minor stuff. As long as in the next episode, it doesn’t get in the way of Joe’s and Megu’s development then I’ll be happy.
Rating: ** (Excellent)

4 Responses

  1. NarueDaisuki says:

    looks like it’s about time to deviate from the manga …
    Too bad : \

  2. brianwuzhere says:

    @NarueDaisuki, do you know where I can read the manga online?

  3. jak321 says:

    Tough luck bro this manga snit scantalated at all ohh i would soooooooo like to read it , if i could only read japenese 25 yummy volumes of rainbow :D

  4. NarueDaisuki says:

    yep, there’s no english scan avaible.
    You can find the raw on nyatorrents ^^

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    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:21 AM)
    @Bam Or its 2:20 in the morning and I have work tomorrow so I don’t give a fuck.
  • Bam
    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:17 AM)
    If we want something different and demand it with tact, reform will come.
  • Bam
    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:16 AM)
    @Anon: to feel as we should not discuss, debate, or be proactive in certain matters based on fear of inconsequentiality is how nothing ever progresses.
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    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:15 AM)
    This is fucking pointless. It’s pretty damn late where I live, I have things to do. http://i.imgur.com/Etech5w.gif
  • Anon
    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:12 AM)
    @Bam Again, what the hell they want. They want to follow the market? They’ll do it. They want to try and connect to a new audience, as a risky buisness venture? They’ll do it.
  • Bam
    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:10 AM)
    @Anon: false. They do what the market demands (or they might think it demands).
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    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:09 AM)
    @Bam If. If they did that. If they did this. See how we can do this all night? They do what the hell they want, or what they feel is right.
  • Bam
    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:08 AM)
    @Anon: that which is the crux of my argument has nothing to do with subjectivity of human experience, which is an altogether different argument that you are throwing in there to gain some ill-conceived leverage.
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    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:06 AM)
    @Anon: If they realize that millions who watched Dandy were actually in the 20-30 range (fact) then they might understand that they are loosing a lots of market share and might understand that teenage pandering for such shows is completely unnecessary,.
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    (Thursday, Aug 21. 2014 11:06 AM)
    @Bam sigh, no. Shit. I’m not talking about who WATCHES the show, but who JUDGES it. As in what YOU are doing right now on an entire industrial scale.

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