And so we head towards our finale of Blue Exorcist, and at the end of the day was it all worth it? Was there a very awesome finale to look forward to or is it going to be the most anticlimactic mess ever? Why not find out here
It’s time to get your fire-proof sticks out as Satan is ready to merge Hell and Earth together because Yuri thought it’d be cool. However, he’s a sitting duck because he’s afraid Rin will destroy the Gate again (something Rin did easily in the 2nd episode), so will the Power of Love save Yukio from Satan’s influence, or will he go the Shiro route and kill himself to kill Satan?
In this episode, we see what happens as Yukio steps in to save Rin and open up hell himself. However when Yukio is told by Satan about his past relationship with his mother (oh and what a relationship they have ), will Yukio end up snapping?
In this episode of Blue Exorcist, we channel popular eco-friendly movies as Yukio orders for the mass execution of demons under the command of the Pope, a forest spirit is shot, and a more formal execution is carried out at sunset.
In our brand spanking new Blue Exorcist, Igor comes to terms with his wife being defective as she has been possessed by a vengeful demon, while Yukio talks with his grandpa, Shiemi becomes friends with Igor’s wife, and I suffer to get the new themesong right. Read the rest of this entry →
In this episode of Blue Exorcist, the Spider Goblin attacks the church that Rin grew up in, claiming to want to destroy anything affiliated with Satan. Does this actually mean Rin? Why yes, yes it does.
In the most recent of Blue Exorcists, we see absolutely nothing happen.
In this episode, Konekomaru tries to learn the meaning of friendship, which he doesn’t get apparently as he is possessed by a crow that wants to kill Rin. Does he end up learning what friendship truly is? Will he just mope around? Will this get incredibly cheesy? If all of the above was the answer you were searching for, then hop on in.
At this point in time in Blue Exorcist, Rin is rolling around in a giant blue crystal waiting for the verdict whether they should use Rin as a weapon or kill him for his relations with Satan. When Amaimon comes marching in though, does this mean they’ll have to let Rin free?
As I ready my big anniversary post this week, I must also ready this week’s episode of Blue Exorcist, where Rin finally loses his shit. However, will his peers begin to hate him for being Satan’s kid, or will they forgive him easily and brush that little tidbit aside?