.Such is the awe-inspiring power of evil.
Really? Dropping some donuts is the ultimate attack? Really?
It had done none of the legwork needed to make a good finale, so there wasn't much to expect here, nor did it deliver it.Let's just one-shot the Jabberwock.Could've even just copied Final Fantasy X's story, except with fairy tale themed dungeons, and probably would've turned out relatively acceptable.
It lacked any such ambitions though, or any ambition at all, and thus, is destined to quickly be relegated to the dust bin of history, where it deserves to be.It would explain a lot.
Anyway, after hitting the pause button yet again in the standard separation, they all got back together, spouted their platitudes, and then just hit each other.What are you spending all your effort on then? Maybe the writers did the art this week, and the artists were in charge of writing Jabberwock's dialogue.A brief back and forth between Loki and X where they each powered up to the level of storyteller, and then it's off to rewrite the next world.No, it turns out that he had the inner spirit of Grimm inside him, and wanting to keep his promise to Reina was just that important.You didn't even have to draw a background for most of this episode, artists.Good lord, all Curly ever did even in the final battle was pop up to proselytize before vanishing back into the ether.Animation went from passable to atrocious.Fairy tales went from having twists to any number of issues from flat out just told straight to completely misinterpreting them to not a fairy tale at all, and it made only the most superficial attempts to have some kind of overarching plot, which it couldn't even stick with or commit to long enough to make sense.[Tarakai039s PV Count Officially Series Update Out Anime Ten Announces Rihito Coming BL Teaser 2020]