Rail Wars! Episode #09

So I found this interesting scene from Episode 8 and it was not aired in Japanese TV, but it was broadcast though CrunchyRoll or other official streaming sites.

What can I say, damn this is fanservice!

Anyway, back to the main story as the 4th Peacekeeping Squad are still delivering the organ transplant as fast as they can while trying not to get derailed.

So far, they’re now close to their destination and conquered curve after curve. But you know what, this episode still needs some multi-track drifting…

…and effin’ eurobeat music! C’mon, this screams Initial D with trains!

But enough about parodies, they’ve reached their destination and it’s time to put on the brakes…

…using Iwaizumi Power, no less! Well, I hope he stops this draisine.

Nope, Iwaizumi-kun just can’t stop the draisine. You serve them well, Shou Iwaizumi! We salute you!

Well, there’s only one thing left to do but to abandon the draisine. At least no one gets hurt including Iwaizumi.

Oh yeah, and the organ transplant is safely delivered. Good job, 4th Peacekeeping Squad!

Well then, it’s the end of this wild ride (and their extra training) as they go back to Tokyo.

For Naoto-kun, he still have a long way before becoming a train driver. Of course, Takayama-kun has to stick with the guys at Public Security Force for a while, especially with Aoi Sakurai and her lovely tits and ass!

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3 Responses to Rail Wars! Episode #09

  1. arriacross says:

    Oh, isn’t this the anime that they say is censored in Japanese tv while Crunchyroll streamed the uncensored version?

    • benigmatica says:

      As far as I know, the official stream like Crunchyroll and Hanabe has that uncensored scene in Ep. 8 where Aoi Sakurai rips her skirt. Other than Episode 8, it’s mostly the same as the Japanese TV version.

      • arriacross says:

        I see. Good to know. I haven’t watched this anime yet. Very fascinating. Keep on blogging!

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