JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind Episode 6 Recap | Is It Evil?
The battle for Polpo’s fortune continues and things just keep getting weirder. How Evil is the 6th episode of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind?
We start off today with a flashback of Abbacchio’s police officer background. Wait, what? You’re telling me that the resident edge lord of the group was a police officer? You see, young Abbacchio had always dreamed of being a police officer so that he could protect the city he loved. Tired of the corruption in the force, and the civilians blaming cops for everything, he became a dirty cop himself.
And then the worst thing possible happened. Durning a patrol, he ran into one of the thugs that paid him off for a past crime. The thug threatened to reveal that Abbacchio was dirty unless he let him go again. Abbacchio hesitated long enough for the thug to draw his gun but Abbacchio’s partner took the bullet and killed the thug. With that one event, his deeds were uncovered and Abbacchio descended further into darkness as a result. That is, until he met Bruno.
And then we go right back to the present, where it’s revealed that Giorno and the others aren’t dead. So, glad they cleared that up. They did get rendered useless though. You see, the enemy Stand has the power to deflate people. It even affects their clothing and bones, making it easy to hide them. Yeah, even I think that’s weird. But, hey, we even have one that unzips people.
Speaking of unzipping, when Bruno and Abbacchio discovered that the others might be inside of the ship Bruno went to town unzipping the ship, trying to find them. Of course, it didn’t work. And I think unzipping the whole ship might be a little problematic while it’s in the middle of the ocean.
Once they figure out the unzipping thing isn’t going to work, Abbacchio comes up with a new tactic while he’s being taken. He leaves Bruno a Blood trail to follow. Somehow, by using this clue, Bruno figures out that there are, in fact, two ships. One is just layered on top of the other by some means. I know the guy is smart but you’ve got to be a little crazy to think of something like that. Especially seeing how we haven’t seen a Stand do that before. Also, I’m confused about the fly thing since Giorno is the one that created it.
Anyway, Bruno draws out the enemy simply by sinking the main ship, causing the guy to separate them. With his hiding place exposed the enemy couldn’t really do much but threaten one of his hostages. I’m starting to think this guy knows nothing about gangs. Bruno simply replies that if he even touches them that he’ll end the guy’s life and he does. He zips the guys head clean off. These gangsters don’t play.
Overall, I’d say this episode is about as Evil as a Super Villian! (10). Don’t forget to check out what Voyager’s covering too. Well, that’s all I have for you today. Thanks for letting me waste your time, people.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind is on Crunchyroll.
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