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Yurei Deco ‒ Episodes 9-10

What do you think of
Yurei Deco’s episode 9 ?

Community Rating: 3.7

How do you rate Episode of
Yurei Deco ?


Community Rating: 3.6

“Burning Brand” is the kind of episode I’ve been waiting to see Now delivery a little better. Not only does it provide some much-needed backstory for the show’s most mysterious character, Finn, but it’s also the first time in a while that the series’ social and techno parable feels clean enough to function. I wouldn’t call it great TV, but it’s solid enough to pass the set (that’s my good saying it’s not a bad episode, though how much of this review may include criticism or silent praise). We’re from Finn’s background What’s learned in the story doesn’t necessarily excuse his abrupt twist a few weeks ago, as it’s always served as a cliché device just to set a suspense that doesn’t immediately resolve, but it at least provides some context, stating Why would he be so willing to push the family he finds away and manipulate them to protect the satellite’s data chips. Having grown up poor and sick, he has seen firsthand what happens to the people of the slums in the shadow of neglect at the client center, and he knows how quickly those in power will crush their task force on anyone who breaks the rules of their draconian Terms of Service. So, of course, I would trust his willingness to go out of his way to try and fix the decaying purification system in his neighborhood, and I can appreciate the parallels between his broken family in the past and the newer, more complete Crew Finn at the Detective Club. It’s not prestige-level writing, but it works. is more correct, I think This episode’s social commentary works better than past episodes, even though it’s simply shot (or more likely because how simple they are). Showing how people in the ghetto can happily lose themselves in the endless pursuit of fake internet points to ignore the positive harm done to their environment and their own bodies seems a bit basic, but you know what? In the year of our Lord 20, browse real social media for no more than a few minutes before thinking this episode isn’t even science fiction; this is the world right now . This illustrates the main problem I had in the follow-up episode “2 Fathoms to Heaven?”, which really should be the club A very exciting climax to an adventure. The gang is hunted down as the so-called “real” Phantom Zero; the way half the crew is thrown into prison by the client center; the moment when Berry’s parents realize she’s alive and decide to give up her freedom to help their daughter? These are all the huge emotional beats that anime needs to hit as it moves towards resolution. However, there is no episode high-risk and important moments have the impact or urgency they need to achieve because, for all ideas and world-building attempts, Tom Sawyer Island never managed to come together as a true place to live. At best, the show’s characters and settings all function as fairly obvious but still plausible abstractions to serve whatever metaphors or social commentary the show is trying to examine. At worst, the crew and the world they inhabit feel adrift and aimless, lacking true definition to make a compelling story on its own merits. I hate to say that, but “2 Fathoms to Heaven” mostly just reminds me that I don’t care about the characters or the world at all, even though there are only a few episodes left in the season. I admire Science SARU the work of the artists Enthusiasm and creativity , I’ve been wanting to fall in love with this anime since its premiere, but unfortunately, Unable to walk. It’s possible these final episodes will do something big to get it out of the park, but I’ve been keeping my expectations in check. Score:



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