That episode made up for the monotony of the previous two. Not only was it epic, but at last they managed to convey the horror of war as deep as they wanted. Not just the horror of individual deaths, but the whole thing. Let’s get into it.
First of all, this was epic:
Let’s have more of this:
Is that enough? No, let’s have one more:
The fight that was going on while Eren was carrying the boulder was quite good. What I liked the most was that those people, who just saved Jean, were willing to go out and risk their lives again to help the operation. Must have taken some self-control and willpower to do so. And more over, it I don’t think there were many others with this level of dedication.
Also one of the best thing about this episode is that now we can move away from this awful city. We must thank Armin for saving the day and the entire series I guess.
And now I want to talk about something else. And that will be the animation. I bet that when they were making this episode they totally ran out of money. They had to make cheap fillers instead of action scenes, they didn’t have money or time to clean up the computer animation and rendering mistakes. I guess some of the stuff might have been due to the file I use, but I am sure most of it is studio’s mistakes. Now look at it:
I guess this is it for this episode. I heard that the next one is a recap and I hope it is not true. Don’t know though. Anyway, see you next time (^_^)/
My recent posts on Shingeki no Kyojin:
- Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan), episode 12.
- Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan), episode 11.
- Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan), episode 10.
- Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan), episode 9. Skeleton?
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