Genei wo Kakeru Taiyou Final Episode: Well...that's over


So much to say about this ending. First off, even though I dislike Ginka's revival, I understand why it had to happen. If she hadn't come back, what was stopping Cerebrum from just using each girl's anti-card to kill them? Because of her return, he realized that doing so wouldn't have an effect on them (even if this is never explicitly said). That being said, I will qualify this by saying that the execution for Ginka's revival was pretty hilarious. She heard Akari's voice, beat her anti-card, and that suddenly means she can come back to life (as opposed to the two of them being phased out of existence).

Then there's the issue of Cerebrum that I have to point out because it was never explicitly stated. Judging by the comment that he possesses the Sun anti-card and the vision he has of Hinata before dying, it's pretty obvious that he's Akari's father. But enough of that. As a side note, you have to wonder why the anti-card wasn't having a normal anti-card effect on Akari...but maybe there wasn't time to explain that. Other than that, the battle was hilariously cheesy as you might expect...Cerebrum has some standard bad guy lines and the power of friendship wins out in the end.



  • Cytrus

    Sept. 30, 2013, 6:30 p.m.

    Was there any proof Cerebrum held the Prime sun card? If not, they wouldn't annihilate while battling with Akari. Then again, considering that annihilation ended up meaning "getting thrown deep into the astralux to continue fighting", the two of them undergoing that process wouldn't change anything in the first place, since they're already fighting deep in the astralux.

    But honestly, I have my doubts whether the writers cared any for the technical details of anything that went on in this show, so I refuse to think about anything too deeply.

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    marthaurion

    Sept. 30, 2013, 8:29 p.m.

    to be fair, I'm going off of a single line and what would make logical sense...I assumed at that point, the writers had waved off the whole "annihilation" thing

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  • feal87

    Oct. 1, 2013, 7:21 a.m.

    You're reading too much in this series, I'm starting to think that the author just wrote this story on a whim without caring about closing plot holes...:P

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    Cytrus

    Oct. 1, 2013, 7:29 a.m.

    Nah, the author wrote the plot holes in intentionally to make viewers share in the torment the girls feel. gasptwist

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