Wow, lots of people just died. How Evil are the final two episodes of Tokyo Ghoul:re‘s first season?
Genre: Action, Drama, Horror, Supernatural
As the doves storm the business owned by Shuu’s family our favorite pink-haired murder has gotten herself in trouble fight one of Shuu’s bodyguards I guess that’s what she is. Anyway, a team of them ends up killing both her and the stitched up guy I couldn’t seem to remember the name of because I knew he was going to die. Look you can’t be that cruel and live in this show, that should’ve bee obvious since Jason’s demise in the first show.
After all the underlings get to die it’s Shuu’s turn to face Kaneki. Even in his more reserved dove form, Kaneki kicks the crap out of Shuu. I’m not saying the fight was easy for him though. He had to remember Shuu’s movements to do it but it ended like this.
Of course, it got interruptedly the one-eyed owl and her new minion. Kaneki lost an arm which is what saved Shuu. After being corned by an enemy he couldn’t fight in dove form Kaneki fully awakened to his old self and owned the owls minion and then he took the fight to the owl.
Meanwhile, Inside of the building, Quinx squad is getting their buts kicked and they lose one of their members. That was the saddest part of this finale too. okay, let’s get back to the owl. Kaneki is holding his own against the owl and he still only has one arm. He even manages to beat her by cutting her humanoid body in half but he does tell the rest of the doves that she survived so there’s that.
Kaneki ate part of the owl’s body before the doves arrived on scene he claimed it was to replenish himself but he didn’t actually get hit by any of her attacks. I wonder if he’s just building up his power and biding his time now. Whatever he’s got planned I’m sure we’ll see it in the next season.
Overall I’d say these episodes are as Evil as a Killer Robot Army (8). Nothing stupid really happened and all the people I wanted to see dead died so I’m happy so far. I wasn’t expecting to see a member of Quinx squad die this soon though that one stung a little. If you need a break from the action and gloom, check out CVoyages reviews for Wotaku ni Koi wa Muzukashii. Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
Tokyo Ghoul:re is on Crunchyroll, so make sure to check it out.
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