Musaigen no Phantom World Episode 6


The longer I watch this show, the better it gets. This is what I think, whenever I finished watching every week. There isn’t anymore of those fanservice as well. As expected, it’s a viral marketing for them at the start. Where they try to attract new viewer by excessively making a lot of fanservice scenes. While I think it’s a good idea, it’s actually a bad move as well, as not many are into fanservice anime, and people are getting the wrong impressions when they first watch the series. Good thing is there isn’t anymore of it, and they are finally focusing more into the character development now. This week is all about Kurumi-chan, and it’s really one cute episode to watch. While I don’t think it’s really the best anime this season, I have to give props for the show being consistent and improving.


Loli overload this week. If you like Kurumi, I guess this episode is a great one to watch. It’s really one cute episode I give you that. The amount of bears, and how the world felt like Alice in Wonderland is kinda good imo. I don’t think everyone would agree, but since it’s Kurumi’s imagination and her own world, it makes sense why it’s so cute. Pretty sure those who doesn’t enjoy loli or moe stuff will definitely dislike this episode a lot. While I don’t think it’s as good as Reina’s episode, it definitely came close.


It’s really a fuwa fuwa episode. I kinda feel like it’s a bit too cute. Despite all the cuteness there is at least some serious side in the story this week. Although it’s mostly about Kurumi’s conflicted feelings, I think it’s not a bad episode at all. Seeing Kurumi and her cute personality, such a good episode for loli lovers out there. I’m pretty neutral about lolis, and I think at times there should be one to make the show a little bit interesting. The weird part about Kurumi though is that everything about her is all about kuma, even her birthplace has kuma in it. Pretty amazing, lol! While I don’t get why her favorite food is bear’s paw at the beginning, I think it’s has something to do with cookies.


The ending was sorta touching as well, but not as the same level as Reina’s episode. It really felt like they used the same formula too. One good thing I like about this episode is there is development at least. We even saw Kaito sticking up with the group as well. Finally things are going well, all that is left is probably Haruhiko’s own episode, but I think it will be a while before they show it. Now I’m just hoping for some good action. They should get back to fighting powerful phantom’s or something. I’m not sure about you guys, but I’m satisfied about the series so far. While definitely not the best, it’s at least entertaining to watch with a bunch of cute girls. Thanks for reading.



  1. I have to admit that this was a strange episode, but it was fun and my nose almost bleed literally. They definitely got me there with magical girl Kurumi, but it’s a nice way to resolve her issues.

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