This really got better.
I gotta say, back on episode 10 earlier today it was pretty frustrating how Eureka started to treat him like shit and so did everyone else, and he wasn't particularly useless, but a not that useful crybaby.
But then Eureka finally gained "emotions" and Renton became a "badass" and the series just got more enjoyable. I really didn't expect the amount of gore that it's had.
Basically, during/after the running away arc, I really started to enjoy this series a lot more than I was.
Oh, that's not to say that Eureka's appearance got better. I think the best I've seen of her was when she had real long hair and headphones, not so sure about the whole "boy-haircut" and veins popping out of her face look though.
She gets better later.
I like where her character's personality is at currently if that's what you mean, but if you mean appearance then, I'm sure. There's no way she'd be in this sickened state for the rest of the series.
You got another 20 episodes, a movie and a second season to get through, child.
>a second season
Just don't touch the sequel with a ten foot pole.
I don't know, it really sucks that I can't watch the sequel because of how it "ruins everything" or whatever, because I really like the idea of Eureka and Renton having children together. It's not something a lot of series have, and I'd love to see it, but not at the risk of wasting time. As for the movie, probably not gonna watch it.
Their first child fucking dies. The sequel is a mockery.
AO is kinda bullshit. If you're going to watch it, it's really kinda cool, but if you hold it as canon, it completely fucking ruins the original series with some retarded plot points.
It also does a lot of fan disservice for no goddamn reason. I mean, for christ's sake, THE END shows up as a possible plot point only to be blown up in a total of 4 animated frames.
It's a bit of a travesty.
I think someone explained why it was a mockery in a thread to me a while back, but I forget. Something about the happy ending being a lie or whatever. I guess I'll just finish the main series and then read a synopsis of AO or something.
Nah, it's not so bad that you can't watch it if you need a fix, just know what you're getting into beforehand.
So OP is not only a "lost cause" at this point
But a tool as well.
What the fuck are you talking about?