KoreZombie of the Dead #6: Mysteltainn’s Back, Bitches

I can’t believe we’re only halfway through this season. I feel like I just started last week. Oh, that’s right. I did start last week.

Good news, everyone: Mysteltainn seems to be back in one piece and will be heading home soon. So I guess this whole fiasco with everyone learning of Ayumu’s crossdressing thing will be finally put to rest for good. Um… Right? With this how this season has gone, I’d doubt it.

Um… Wait, who’s this guy? Don’t tell me that’s who I think it is…

So Ayumu’s school is preparing a culture festival with Haruna heading the operation???!!! Oh, no!!! So as it turns out, Maelstrom invited Haruna to her cooking class and since her fried eggs was a hit with everyone there, they asked her to help her with their festivities.

So the next day, the day before the school festival, on his way to school, Ayumu sees some guy, who is not who I thought he was at first, puking blood all over the place. he runs to his aid and the guy gives him a ring that has great value.

Good thing I don’t have the condition this guy has. Where would I be without my dry, cool wit?

He has some kind of condition in which doing almost anything will make him throw up blood excessively. If this guy is human, then what with all that blood he’s throwing up, he’ll be dead in a matter of moments…

So, back in the Science Prep Room, Ayumu talks to his imaginary fairy woman friend about how his life at school seems to be normal. Suspiciously normal, if you ask me… Anyway, I don’t think she’s listening to him because she gets drunk off her ass before saying something that’s probably meaningful. Later that evening, Taeko lends Ayumu a hand on some last-minute preparations.

That night, Ayumu returns home, just in time for Mysteltainn’s long-awaited return!

And with Mysteltainn’s return brings the return of Ayumu’s Masou-Shoujo powers and the end to his so-called popularity as a crossdressing freak. Well, I’ll be damned.

“I am so high right now.”

…Or maybe not. The school has him wear a Dracula’s Bride outfit. It seems Gaia just won’t let Ayumu catch a break. Ever.

I guess that’s one way of putting… Wait, Endless Loop? Hold on a moment. A loop is in the shape of a circle… Now let’s say you enclose the loop in the very middle, the shape of the loop becomes the shape of an 8. Endless Eight!! KADOKAWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!

Maelstrom has an issue: The CDs at the booth she’s running isn’t selling. The problem is it has the cursed voodoo dance. Obviously no one’s gonna buy music like that. Well, Haruna has a plan to sell them.

Meanwhile, Maelstrom has a message for Ayumu from someone to meet at the tree outside school grounds. There’s a button on the tree that Maelstrom accidentally presses which knocks her out, summoning Masticore. You remember what happened the last time Masticore was summoned, right? The guy from before shows up and tells Ayumu to put the ring he gave him on Maelstrom. That ring is some kind of magical gear, used to control any power that can’t be suppressed. As long as Maelstrom keeps that ring on, Masticore won’t go nuclear anymore.

These megalos just keep getting stranger and stranger and stranger…

Haruna approaches Ayumu, telling him that a pair of megalos has appeared. A giant gorilla megalo and a tanooki megalo is going around the school festival checking out girls’ breast sizes. Ayumu and Haruna arrive on the scene and she suggests that they transform together. As it turns out, Haruna has been building a magic siphoner, allowing her to use Yuu’s power to restore her own.

“…pilgrim.”

So Revolver Tanooki here tries to blow Haruna’s brains out, but makes two fatal mistakes: 1. His finger can’t reach the trigger, and 2. He never learned that Flat is Justice.

And so once again, the day is saved thanks to the Zombie/Masou-Shoujo Ayumu and the Akuma-Masou-Shoujo Haruna! But as it turns out, the megalo have been drawn to more than just their magical powers. Meanwhile, Haruna starts getting strange headaches as Ayumu’s imaginary fairy girl watches from afar…

Seems that imaginary fairy woman may not be imaginary after all. I sense danger…

So Fantasy Yuu F (voiced by Chisa Yokoyama) joins Fantasy Yuu D and E for some more silly cuteness. I think the only thing that goes on Original Yuu’s mind is “Can I please go home now?”

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