Review: This episode, in my opinion, was much better than the previous two. This episode still continues on to amaze me of how much it can offer its viewers. While I felt that this show had potential, I had some doubts in the back of my mind that one or two episodes later it “might” just turn into a normal rated anime in its genre however it has gone way past my expectations.
Graphics: There was a lot that could appeal the eye in this episode. The backdrops were well done and the one thing that I really liked was that every background character wasn’t generic at all and had a different appearance to each other. No complaints here so I am just going to give it a score instead of just describing every little beautiful thing in this episode. [5/5]
Music: Once again, I found the music was a bit lacking with many scenes going without music. The characters vocals were very good as usual but I still prefer a little bit more music, although it was less noticeable now that I am getting used to it. [3.5/5]
Characters: Murasaki was the main character displayed in this episode and it really showed how brave she was, especially when she fought against the three teenagers who were harassing an old woman about giving them her seat. Also throughout her time at the school, she seemed to be well likable and sociable with the other students. More about that in the summary that I am writing soon through. Other characters gained a good bit of development and it is fairly obvious that the relationship between Murasaki and Shinkuro is growing. [5/5]
Storyline: Much better than the other two. See summary when it is up. [5/5]
Overall: [18.5/20] A