Shin Mazinger Shougeki! Z-Hen - Episode 17 Review

Episode 17, "Shared Struggle! Journey to the Dangerous Past!"


Synopsis: Duke Gorgon is defeated by Count Brocken explosive bodies, but Kedora continues to menace, going after the Japanium ore under the Photon Power Labs. Reluctantly, Kouji and Tsubasa team up with Ashura to pursue the escaped Kedora into a dream world that it created of its memories, where everything in it can actually hurt those who've entered. There, they see the history of Ashura's former selves, Tristan and Iseult, and their pact with Duke Gorgon to kill Zeus with the help of Hades. Unfortunately, the whole group is found by Gorgon and his team and face the Mechanical Beast Garadoubla.

Spring 2009 Anime Status Report

I began blogging episodes of the latest anime debuting this spring a few months ago, because, well, I have a lot of time on my hands, and thought I'd give it a try. I've seen it done in other blogs, my favorite being Random Curiosity, where I used to follow Gundam 00. In didn't seem too daunting when I decided I'd only do three shows— Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Dragon Ball Kai, and Shin Mazinger Shougeki! Z-Hen— but when new episodes of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya were announced, I knew I had to follow that show, too. The issue was, however, I never eally announced my intentions or any sort of standards, I just went on blogging and rating each episode (out of a score of 5).

Shin Mazinger Shougeki! Z-Hen - Episode 10 Review

Episode 10, "Iron Wall! The Kurogane Five!"



Synopsis: Kouji is eager to take off in the Pilder to pilot Mazinger Z and fight the Mechanical Beasts ravaging Japan, but Tsubasa deems him unready. At this time, Baron Ashura's android women, the Gamia Q, arrive at Kurogane House to kill Kouji. As they chase him through the resort, Kouji recieves protection from Tsubasa's subordinates, who pick off one of the androids at a time. Kouji manages to get in the Pilder and take off, despite Tsubasa's wishes to the contrary.


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