Wow, the animation for this weeks episode was insane. The visuals and aesthetic of the whole fight between Shinra and Sho was so well done! Fire Force Episode 21 really brought the heat.
Alright, things are heating up as Company 8 continues to face off against the Evangelist. Hinawa comes upon an abandoned subway station, where he gets into a shootout with Arrow. Right after that. Arthur and Mirage find themselves in a rematch, as Arthur gets the chance to put the training he received from Benimaru and Konro to the test.
Sorry for the late review, I’ve…shit I won’t lie, I just haven’t been motivated for a bit. However, we’re here now so let’s get right into it shall we? Fire Force Episode 19 – Into the Nether starts off with Licht’s analysis of the attack on Vulcan’s workshop, which revealed that the Evangelist’s men have been in the “Nether,” the area beneath Tokyo.
I literally talked about this last week, that in order for these guys to get stronger, there needs to be some type of training. Not only did we get that, we also got an even more deeper understand of how pyrokinesis work in that world.
So I guess I was wrong then, it seems the item was in fact hidden inside that toy thing that Vulcan crated to show off all those animals that went extinct. Not exactly the best place to hid some of that value. Aside from that, the introduction of Sho and seeing his abilities in Fire Force Episode 17 was really dope.
Huh, I never realized that all the animals in Fire Force had gone extinct. It’s always interesting to learn more about this world and its inhabitant. Fire Force Episode 15 has us following Shinra trying to recruit a blacksmith for Company 8th who’s apparently a genius.
Right, in this Fire Force Episode 14 we learned a lot more about Shinra’s ability and how it connects with the infernal. Also, Beni is a beast and the best fire solider out there that we’ve seen thus far in this anime.
So they really about end the episode without showing us what that white-clad Evangelist turned into after eating that bug? Nah, Fire Force Episode 13 did us dirty.
It’s been a while but we’re finally back on that Fire Force review. Fire Force Episode 12 didn’t miss a beat and really shared a lot more about the abilities of the flame generation and the cons that come with it. Also, Benimaru a lot more stronger than I anticipated.