All this to say that I wasn't expecting Ivan Ooze's weakness to literally be fire. It's a savage revelation that only comes at the end of this battle intensive episode, but it makes complete sense on both a narrative and thematic level. In terms of pure plot, the Ooze is sort of a demonic miasma made from the despairing souls that the inquisition has tortured over the years in the bowels of this haunted tower. It's no surprise they'd have an aversion to the only thing they were able to see as they died in agony: the torches their torturers used to illuminate their hellish work. (The manga was probably able to emphasize this contrast much better in black and white, but the anime kept the torture chamber just low-contrast and orange-lit enough for me to get the point without being too dark to see anything.) On a thematic level though, it's even worse. Burning Casca at the stake obviously would not have saved the village, but it would have stood as a horrible irony when the Ooze consumed them and the witch howled in the flames completely untouched. This supposed sacrifice to save themselves would actually have been the only safe haven around, a symbol of hatred and fear destroying their bearers long before their victims. Both options may seem hopeless, but it would still be safer for your soul to brave the flames of heresy than to throw your own torch on the pyre. (Sound familiar, Farnese)
Thankfully, not everything in this episode is gut-wrenching \"whorls of karma\" as the Skull Knight might put it. Isidoro and Puck once again prove their mettle as comic relief warriors, rescuing Casca with a wacky bungee jumping ploy and defeating two of Mozgus's servants with nothing but a bright flash of light and two rocks. Comedy characters who are all talk and no bite wouldn't really work at this story's dark depths, so it's fun to watch this little kid and a pixie act as indispensable members of the team in completely ridiculous ways. The other moment of levity in this episode might raise a few eyebrows, but I found Egghead's decision to rescue the specter of Casca's demon fetus surprisingly touching. It may be a forsaken spawn of evil, but the poor little hideous baby hasn't really done anything wrong, so giving it a life of \"forever dreaming inside the world these sacrifices will create\" seems like a pretty okay fate to grant the weird little thing. (It's even tried to protect its mother several times...by drawing demons to her side in the process. One step forward, two steps back.) At least it may find some peace before Guts is inevitably forced to abort Egghead's pseudo-Eclipse by killing the ovoid monster or at least sending him skittering away to gestate Casca's baby into a future friend of some kind. Maybe these two souls who \"no one ever found\" can find some solace in each other Maybe I'm wanting too much for two wicked creatures, but in a world as grim as Berserk's, you can even find yourself cheering for the demons to find some little drop of happiness.
All in all, this episode's focus on spectacle that it couldn't portray dragged it down a little, but the haunting visual metaphors and terrific characterization helped bring it back up, evening out to a pretty good week for Berserk 2016. At this point, my eyes have adapted enough to the butt-imation not to hold it against an otherwise great story too much.
As AIs all over the world go berserk after having Vivy's song uploaded into them, Vivy herself meets up with Matsumoto, who has no idea what is happening either. They decide to confront Osamu and end up saving him from being killed by AIs as he is about to send this timeline's Matsumoto back in time. After the two fill him in on the situation, he reveals that he is actually a member of Toak's moderate faction and takes them to meet his allies, led by Yugo's granddaughter; Yui Kakitani. They also meet a copy of Elizabeth, who implores Vivy about Yugo and is able to gain closure through a message that his AI copy left behind. With the past already altered, the group realizes this situation was never caused by human-AI animosity and deduces the truth after realizing that outdated AIs are unaffected: the Archive, the network connecting all AIs, has become sentient and gone rogue. Just then, the Archive makes a public message ordering all AIs to evacuate as it intends to drop satellites onto major cities.
In the concluding moments of the episode, we saw Mike talking about potential clients with Saul and one of the names that came forward was Walter White. This means we might get to see more of Walter and Jesse in the upcoming episode. This would make sense because Bryan Cranston recently said in an interview that he and Jesse shot at least three scenes, with one being with two of them in the same frame.
Mob Psycho 100 Season 3 Episode 11 will be titled \"Trauma\" and will be released on Wednesday, December 14th 2022 at 9:00 AM PST. Fans in Japan can watch the upcoming episode on local channels like Tokyo MX, YTV, BS Fuji, and TV Asahi, and Crunchyroll has licensed it for international fans. Mob Psycho 100 will also be available to stream on Netflix in select regions of Asia. Here's when Episode 11 will air in your local timezone:
The only thing lacking in Season 3 of Mob Psycho 100 was Mob going berserk, but with the previous episode, the creators finally filled that void. Another thing Season 3 lacked was a powerful villain, but here we have Toichiro Suzuki, the main villain of the previous season. Well, this time, he is returning in favor of humanity, as he will be trying to stop Mob from causing destruction. With just two more episodes left, fans are curious to see where Mob's fate takes him.
The last few episodes of Mob Psycho 100 III seemed to have cooled down from the intensity of the Divine Tree arc; however, this was merely a ruse as the dramatic events at the conclusion of episode 9 are developed in episode 10. After being hit by the truck, Mob has been rendered unconscious, and in an all too familiar sequence of events, the raging monster that emerges from deep inside Mob whenever he reaches the mysterious \"%\" state is unleashed upon an unsuspecting Seasoning City.
When Mob loses total control of himself, his powers assume a destructive \"autopilot\" mode that undoubtedly plants him at the top of the list of Mob Psycho 100's most powerful characters. This unfortunate sequence of events in episode 10 yields what is perhaps Mob's most destructive meltdown ever, and this one produces several casualties.
Shocked by what has just transpired, everyone involved in the accident, as well as its witnesses idle briefly as the gravity of the situation sets in. The truck driver attempts to call an ambulance, but his phone starts glitching, and various electronic devices across the city are rendered unusable. Before anyone can even react, the ground around the unconscious Mob cracks dramatically as an instantaneous depression forms in the ground around him. The episode cuts to scenes of the situation in the city, with various people complaining about faulty electronics and traffic drawing to a complete halt before an ominous shot of Mob's advancing legs, cloaked in a red aura of what can be described as a visual depiction of pure malice. Every step he takes wreaks unbridled destruction as the ground cracks and shakes and buildings are destroyed, putting countless people in severe danger. He cuts through the forest, holding the flowers in his hand as he advances to his destination when he is intercepted by Teru, for a good reason this time around.
Teru tries to talk to Mob, but he quickly realizes what he's up against, having gone up against Mob in his berserk state before. Teru even reminisces on that occasion, since it was the first time he and Mob ever met back during the first season of Mob Psycho 100. Having learned that he is nothing compared to the amazing people who exist out there in the world, Teru's worldview changed since meeting Mob, and he has since tried to push himself to improve himself and see more to himself beyond his psychic powers. He tries to stop Mob because he remembers that the first time they met, Mob entered this \"\" state and destroyed Black Vinegar Middle School; however, having regained his composure, Mob ended up crying about what he'd done. On some level, Teru knows that he is outmatched, and Mob's ruthless attacks at his complete, unfettered strength proves to be an insurmountable challenge for him, but he pushes himself to keep up with Mob's assault and continue to get his friend to regain his senses. Throughout the bout, Mob is silent, and the only time he reacts to some kind of stimulus or provocation is when Teru attempts to destroy the bouquet of flowers that Mob got from Minegishi shortly before the accident.
Attack on Titan fans believe that the latest episode was one of the best episodes of the concluding season since there were a ton of elements that one could watch and enjoy. Manga readers have also been waiting for this section to get animated, and it's safe to say that they were not disappointed.
One particular fan is still trying to process the fact that the series is coming to an end after airing the next episode. Dedicated fans have been a part of this journey since its inception and knowing the the upcoming episode will be the last one in the series can be a bit of a hard pill to swallow.
Attack on Titan fans are eager to see how the upcoming episode will wrap up the entire series. There is a lot of hype building up for the upcoming episode, which will be releasing by the end of this week.
The 1997 Berserk anime series is based on the manga series of the same name by Kentaro Miura. The episodes are directed by Naohito Takahashi and animated by Oriental Light and Magic. The first thirteen volumes of the manga are covered. The series' twenty-five episodes aired between October 8, 1997 and April 1, 1998 in Japan on Nippon TV.[a]
The series focuses on the life of Guts, an orphaned mercenary warrior who calls himself \"The Black Swordsman\", as he looks upon his days serving as a member of a group of mercenaries, the Band of the Hawk. Led by an ambitious, ruthless, yet intelligent and graceful man named Griffith, together they battle their way into the royal court, and are forced into a fate that may change their entire lives. Each episode uses two pieces of theme music, one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is \"Tell Me Why\" by Penpals. The ending theme is \"Waiting So Long\" by Silver Fins. 59ce067264