Inuyashiki Episode 10: Finding the villain

This episode certainly had some good points to it, but I guess I was expecting a bit more from the inevitable first fight between Inuyashiki and Hiro. The flying section felt like it was full of lasers and freeze frames that didn't look particularly good. Maybe we'll get a better one in the final episode.

The battle on the ground wasn't too much either, but it was pretty funny to see Inuyashiki learning to use the finger guns from watching Hiro.

Look, I know I'm supposed to feel scared for Mari and everything, but it's really hard to feel any sense of tension for an important character when the two main characters have shown that they can heal pretty much anything. I'm guessing this scene was supposed to show that Inuyashiki can't do anything if the target is dead, which is why he had to resuscitate Mari first. However, the other people he saves immediately after saving Mari kinda trivialize that idea.

Still, it was nice to see Inuyashiki grateful for his new purpose in life.

Hiro might have just found out that he's the villain in the story, but he's doing a good job of filling that role.

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