I guess that is one way to make you like characters that are fairly unlikable; introduce characters who are even harder to like. On that note though, the petty bickering between the main pair gave way this week to the beginnings of a sort of grudging understanding between Hinata and Kageyama. Hinata is obviously still missing a few key bits of information but apparently working yourself to death is enough to win a minor amount of respect so there we go. Clearly neither of these characters have ever heard of moderation though and the fact that either is still standing after that week is pretty impressive in and of itself. With the show starting to draw me in to the characters this may have more staying power than I thought after the second episode.
Haikyuu is available on AnimeLab.
4 thoughts on “Haikyuu Episode 3”
OhohohohohohohohohohohohohoOHOHOHOHOHOHOHO, Karandi you’re starting to fall, oh yes you’re.
Also, you’ll like Tsukki for sure, later on, all the kids mature and also get more understandable as we get to know their background and their past, so hang in there! Plus I firmly believe Tsukki just have the syndrome of resting bitch face, coupled with sarcasm, he’s a savage one, but just really a giant teddy bear. With claws, but still teddy! :’D
The best is yet to come Karandi!
Haikyuu has the power to make you stay. I’m already on episode 18 and as you watch the anime, the relationships between all the members strengthen! Like ravens… ^^
Fall down the rabbit hole with us. 🙂