In which Biku plays the badass Mary Poppins, Eiris does the title drop, the sound of a bell brings clarity, and Raiga destroys the Madou Tool.
Thanks to all who've participated in these episode threads. See you over in the series thread for the upcoming anime.
This week on Garo: Crow realises that Mayuri is *gasp* a woman(!), the Badan Empire commissions H. R. Giger to re-design the Space Break System, the 'Tears of Messiah' shares her master's taste in clothes, cameos tug at your heart strings, and Raiga digivolves tooo <spins around> Leomon!
The golden knight battles a bronze knight, Mayuri finally shows an emotion as Crow has to be told what a barrier is, Eiris learns to fly, and Gouten runs like the wind through the emptiest city in the world.
This week it turns out that 'Serpent Bone Knight Giru' isn't the most gallant and altruistic of knights, Raiga's watch dog is NOT being creepy, someone remembers that soul metal is meant to be astoundingly heavy, and Biku is desperate to meet up with one of the cast members of Kamen Rider Drive.
A toku veteran joins the fray! But because the toku they were in aren't particularly celebrated, they get a literal breastplate to wear, complete with 'Batman and Robin' style moulded-in nipple. Because Garo is dignified like that.
This week, the kind of threat that served as the secondary...
No Gonza, this week you're referencing the 'Living Dead' films again, not that famous painting.
This week another actress from Gouraigan pops up, Raiga and Crow use a smoke bomb that is apparently capable of turning day to night, and Mayuri throws a blanket over her head to pretend to be a ghost.
Spoiler: episode does not actually feature Takeshi Hongo. Just another Shougeki Gouraigan alumni and a boat called "Daffy Duck III". :eyebrow:
This week, TIME FOR BACKSTORY! The show takes the phrase "battling your inner demons" very literally, Priest Shido finally shows up, and we get a...
This week, Crow confirms that he is a shadow warrior, dooming us to the Garo/ToQger crossover special nobody wanted.
In the meantime we find out where all the money that they'd saved in last week's costcutting episode went to, and JAM Project deliver their contractually obliged OP theme in the...
This week Raiga battles tanks, attack choppers and something that for copyright reasons is absolutely not a Sailor Scout.
Don't blink at any point, or you might miss Crow's cameo appearance (is he actually in this series?).
Oh, and the end credits scene switches from the usual comedy skit to...
This week's Horror is...irrelevant. After chilling us to the core last week, the show's giving us a break with some gentle slice-of-life courtesy of Gonza, who gets his first ever day off! (Yeah, you never realised Taiga and Kouga were such slave-drivers, did ya?)
Fun fact - artist Masakazu...
The episode is called "rearing" and the first thing you see is a woman's naked ass. Yeah, the show made that joke before you could. :loltongue:
This week: a creepy bug otaku, a cocoon with boobs, and a silly comedy skit during the end credits. Enjoy.