So negotiating with a planet-killing madman didn’t work. It’s almost like that was a bad idea. How Evil is Infini-T Force episode 7?
Well, this episode I’m not too sure about. Emi seems to be confused. She seems to hate herself for giving her father back the Case, but she is taking out her frustrations on the heroes. I guess I should be happy she no longer acts like a robot? Compared to where she started, she has grown a lot.
There was one other thing about her that has me excited for the next episode. Emi has somehow gained powers from being around the Case. So far she can teleport using a regular pencil. But if the ending scene is any indication she is going to be fighting in the next episode. I’m just glad she is finally getting them. It took them long enough to give them to her.
Ken confronted Emi’s father this episode too. I say confronted but he actually went there to talk. And that was when the hero realized that when you negotiate with a madman capable of destroying worlds, you should be prepared to git gud or git rekt. Seriously, Ken didn’t stand a chance on his own. I guess being multiple versions of yourself at once has its perks.
Another thing. Emi’s dad is no longer human at all. As the embodiment of all of his own regrets, he seems to have some unbelievable capabilities. He’s super strong, super fast, and he can destroy worlds and make a new one just by waving the Case around. And as I just said, he soloed the most experienced hero without even taking a hit.
Oh, another thing. This episode had two fights going on at once. The vampire fought them again when Emi came to the rescue. Something tells me the next episode will be a blast. This episode was about as evil as a Killer Robot Army. Nothing really bogged down the episode. If you like what you read check out our reviews.
Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
Keep It Classy,