These last two episodes of Rainbow have proven to be at the top tier of quality in terms of plot, storytelling, and animation too. I love this show.
Let’s get to the point already.
Yeah, after seeing THAT, what do you think?
Anyway, this episode follows Turtle and his quest to help Lilly, but it also turns out that i was right about his condition being tied to the Nuke that he witnessed kill his entire family along with everyone he knew in his town.
Ah, but i can’t do this parody. I mean, Light didn’t exist in 1955. >_>
So… a beatdown produces fevers, huh? I’ll remember that next time I kick someone’s ass.
But anyway, it seems like Soldier and pretty much everyone was right. Even I was right all along.
In this episode, the spotlight’s on Cabbage, as he gets into some trouble from joining the Yakuza just because he doesn’t have a job unlike everyone else. In fact, due to Cabbage’s nice-guy, I’d say this episode was as close to light-hearted as this series can actually get to.
It’s Ishihara reincarnated. /Rainbow
I was joking there. But that guy DOES look TOO much like Ishihara. It’s like his face was ‘shooped to a different body, added a dot to the forehead and removed the lip scar, and gave him a Smooth Criminal outfit.
American Idol sucks now that Simon Cowell quit.
Ahem. Anyway, this episode of Rainbow was about Joe and his rise to stardom in hopes of seeing his sister Megu again. I think it’s a good idea considering he has no idea where the hell she is, and it’d be really stupid to just search for her without a single lead.
I shoulda made the Rainbow Six title joke back when i blogged episode 6. >_>
Today’s episode features a guest: Retsu Unohana, Captian of the 4th Division of the 13 court guard squads!
Nah, i kid. But she DOES bear SOME resemblance to her somehow.
Alas, let’s get to the review at hand.
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