Ratings for last episode: 4.67 of 5 stars (9 votes)
Why didn't I notice that the last episode conflict was between the moon and the sun?
LOL, all the students got mind wiped. How is Hou and Rinne going to school still instead of hiding
Awww, I hope the sisters aren't going to die and be revealed to be dolls or something
Like how that net looks like space being distorted
Stop sidelining Sabi and Osaka, they're my favorite characters!
Liked them borrowing each other's swords and pistols, but Daybreak's dual pistols was way cooler than Hou's dual blades
lol, did they not coordinate Houtarou getting sucked up into time? He flings himself backward, but then gets sucked up by a hole in the wrong direction
What is this pacing? The kid calls it a treasure and he immediately zeroes in on it? Could this be more heavy handed?
lol, again with present Houtarou's pantomimes
Wait, how did past Houtarou know all about the Chemys if Fuuga wasn't related to it? We know how he got his memory erased, but not how he's connected to the Chemys
So instead of having a precious item that Houtarou has for the past 17 episodes, they just say these goggles were his most precious item as a kid...
Well, that's a cool looking power up. Love the rocket, reminds me of Gundam X with shield
I just had a terrifying thought, what if this is a love story between Houtarou and Rinne. Which would be fine, but I don't want to see these actors doing such scenes
Now that's a much better Rider kick. He kicked that bad guy all the way from the quarry to Toei studios lot!
Oh, so a malgam/puppet really is a homunculus. Why not just call it that since that's what alchemy terms are
Aww, Daybreak was a fun treat, but I can see why he can't stay. Also, of cousre Toei does a multiverse time travel story after people are sick of it from Marvel lol. So since Daybreak doesn't recognize that jetpack form, I'm guessing the timeline has shifted from the future where Geryon destroys the world? So did Daybreak erase his own existence or does a parallel version of him still exist out there?
Just to play script doctor, we got the tease of Hou being childhood friends with the Chemys. There's more to be revealed, but this episode doesn't give us a satisfying explanation for that still. It doesn't really reveal why he's the boy genius who's friends with the Chemys. Huh, this is going to be dumb, but I can't imagine the twist being anything other than this: