While I won’t deny that two protagonists who have been in love from the get-go finally and officially becoming a couple is significant progress, I will be honest and say that I don’t care not just as much as I am probably supposed to be, but also not much at all because I’m not just not really as into them as I am probably supposed to be, but also not really into them at all. Though the amount of plot-related content was surprisingly high, I found the case to be quite disappointing overall due to the culprit being so obvious, and since I follow the series primarily for organization stuff and good mysteries, I didn’t get too much out of that one. It’s certainly going to be the most interesting adaptation in a while, especially now that new manga material has becoming such a rare pleasure, but I don’t think I will be very excited when it comes around.
On another note, it’s been confirmed that we won’t see the Kendou Tournament Murder Case before October. Plus, given both the break that’s about to be over and that we already know the next one, I’m not sure if it’s even going to arrive before November. As for September, though, at least there’s going to be one two-parter. One-parters only would have been the mother of all anime original hells.