|Eighth Period: Reaper Time, Part 2|
|Romaji||Shinigami no jikan kōhen|
|Manga Chapters||Chapter 105|
|Previous Episode||Reaper Time, Part 1|
|Next Episode||Round Two Time|
|Japanese||25 February 2016|
Korosensei and Karasuma arrive to rescue the captured students. When the God of Death reveals that his assassination plan will also kill Class 3-E as collateral, Karasuma is forced to decide whether to sacrifice the students for the sake of the mission, or lose the best chance of finally assassinating Korosensei.
Korosensei and Karasuma arrive at the complex where the God of Death has captured all the students. The two enter the building where they are met by the God of Death holding Irina at gunpoint and that she and the students were strapped with an explosive collar ring around their necks. The assassin asks whether he is known to Karasuma, who admits that he heard about him from Lovro, who in turn was revealed to have been left alive by the God of Death to spread the word to Karasuma. He throws Irina at the pair who stumbles to the floor. With the pair's attention focused exclusively on the God of Death, she shoots at one of Korosensei's tentacles. His monetary lapse of concentration results in the assassin triggering a trap door causing Korosensei to fall through it. A desperate attempt to hold onto the walls was foiled by the assassin's fast gun reflexes. With this Korosensei falls to his imprisonment along with the captured students.
With the bars designed with anti-sensei metal, Korosensei cannot squeeze through them without hurting himself. He resorts to licking the bars much to the class' bemusement. The God of Death, Irina and Karasuma return to the lower floor, the former being somewhat disappointed at the lack of effort to capture their target. The assassin then reveals that the complex is connected to a drainage channel, and activating a release will fill the area with water. This will drown Korosensei as well as the imprisoned students as collateral damage. Karasuma is surprised that Irina had gone along with the assassin's plan knowing this, with Irina rebuking that only the results matter. The assassin agrees as he and Irina came from the same upbringing. Karasuma then thinks back to a time where he questioned his superior officer of the government's response to a situation where the students could be in mortal peril. The superior tries to avoid the issue but allows Karasuma to act as he sees fit.
Back in the present, Karasuma punches the God of Death in the face, having decided the safety of the students takes top priority over the mission. With his plan in jeopardy, the assassin leaves for the control room to activate his plan. Karasuma states to Irina that living as a professional hit man is not so care-free before rushing to pursue him. Irina later leaves to chase after him after the God of Death orders her to despite setting up traps to slow him down. Indeed Karasuma blasted his way through an explosive-laden door without so much of a scratch. He soon catches up to the assassin just outside the control room however he is nearly shot from behind by Irina. To slow him down further, the God of Death activates another trap, which collapses the ceiling and buries both Karasuma and Irina. Karasuma is able to free himself but Irina lies unconscious. His transceiver begins to talk as Korosensei finally manages to get a connection through after hearing an explosion from their imprisonment. Karasuma is prepared to leave Irina behind but Kurahashi prompts him to save Irina, arguing that she (only being 21 years old) had not be able to grow maturely due to her traumatising childhood. Irina herself flashes back to her childhood, when her innocence was brutally taken away when her parents were killed by a militia soldier during a civil war. She was found by another woman after killing her parents' murderer and taken to a younger Lovro. He gives her a choice to come with him and live to kill as a way to cope with her memories, or live a peaceful life and try to overcome them.
Regaining consciousness, she finds Karasuma lifting the rubble off of her. He straps her broken arm with his shirt though the sight of his naked torso causes Irina to bleed through the nose. Karasuma tells her that the students do care for her and they need her. Meanwhile the God of Death is at the control room. However he looks through his monitor to see that the students and Korosensei are nowhere to be found. He activates a few of the explosive collar rings which detonate harmlessly. Shocked that they had been removed, he rushes back out. It is revealed that the students have camouflaged themselves into the walls using their PE uniforms and that they used a blind spot from the camera to further hide themselves. Korosensei was forced to embarrassingly strip himself down to blend in with the surroundings as they students worry the camera would detect his blushing face. Meanwhile the God of Death finds a conscious Irina accusing him of sacrificing her. The assassin does apologise but states it has been for the best. Irina does agree with this, commenting she is a bitch who hops from one man to another.
At that Karasuma ambushes the God of Death from behind and brings him down through the large hole to a spot where Korosensei and the imprisoned students could see from a distance. Both getting up, the God of Death reveals himself to have no face (as having the same face diminishes his disguise skills) and will take pleasure in taking Karasuma's. The two men start a brutal brawl with Korosensei commenting too quickly for the students to follow. Soon, the assassin comments that he lied about coming from the same world as Irina. In truth, he had a rich upbringing until his father was killed by another man. He felt no sadness from his father's death but was captivated by the way in which his father's murderer had killed him and was inspired to become an assassin from that point. He then points his finger at Karasuma's chest (with a hidden .10 calibre pistol) and fires it straight into his heart. Blood spurts out as Karasuma collapses to his knees. The assassin moves closer but upon closer inspection sees one of Korosensei's tentacles covering Karasuma's heart spurting tomato juice. Karasuma takes advantage of his opponent's lapse of concentration and hooks him in the groin. The assassin staggers and tries to plea with Karasuma though the latter knocks him out with another punch. Korosensei and the students are now freed. Irina tries to leave quietly but the students, still unhappy at her betrayal, catch her in the act. Despite this, they ask her to come back and Karasuma presents her with a single rose to make up for earlier. Irina agrees, as the students and Korosensei cheer on.
Afterwards, Karasuma hands a request from the class to his superior asking that no bounty will be paid should the students come in further danger from other hit men. The superior sees that Karasuma has grown to care for them and agrees, noting that in any case the government was done in relying on professional assassins. Instead he reveals that the world governments and top officials are planning something else before the March deadline arrives, codenamed "Operation: Last Assassin". Back at the mountain classroom, Irina joins Karasuma as they walk together for another day of assassinations.
Episode notes and differences
- In this anime episode, Class 3-E are unable to witness Karasuma live through nine-monitor surveillance camera until the rubble hits both he and Irina while on manga the class are watching Karasuma ever since they caught him on action when Karasuma noticed the explosives trap behind the door.
- The Doberman dogs are not appeared in anime as a second trap while on the anime the second trap was same like the first one, explosion. It is also included that most of the scenes are cut as on manga Karasuma foils every God of Death trap (Possibly Five or six more traps)
- The transceiver on anime are cutted off until the explosion's rubble made by God of Death hit Irina and Karasuma while on manga the transceiver never disturbed.
- On the duel between Karasuma and God of Death, the arena of duel on anime was more wider than on manga.
- In the Manga the final plan to kill Kurosensei was explained a little bit. The construction of all the apartment buildings was shown to be a rouse to set up preparations for the plan and that none of the students were needed.
- The manga showed exactly how Mimura came up with the plan to hide the class in plain sight. It showed how Irina throwing her neck explosive at the cage. This allowed Itona to analyse the device. This allowed them to figure out how to remove them safely. It showed Okajima using his knowledge of cameras to find the blind spot and vulnerabilities of the surveillance watching them. Finally Sugaya helped camouflage the students against the wall.
- The Manga showed Nagisa second guessing his choice of becoming a hit-man.
- The manga explained how Kurosensei knew to put his tentacle on Karasuma to protect him from the God of death. He had examined all the data from the previous hits and figured out the God of deaths ability. As well as the fact that he bought the juice on his way there dressed as a dog for this sole reason.
- The manga also shows that Karasuma tried to think of a way to keep Kurosensei in the cage whilst freeing the kids so he could still kill him. Though Kurosensei explains a number of ways he could get of the the cage if not for the children because they would be harmed in the process.
- The manga also shows that Shiro takes God of Death as he is laying on a gurney.
- The ending scene has been changed in the anime. The manga has the students "walking" Kurosensei whilst trying to kill him.
- In the anime, the rubble did not block Karasuma's path while on manga the rubble blocks his path after God of Death explodes the ceiling.
- When God of Death shows opening at manga, Karasuma punches "it" while on anime he kicks "it"
- The anime adds the line where Karasuma says Lovro told him about the God of Death. It also added the lines for the God of Death which he states he knew Lovro was alive and let him live so that he could spread the word.