Saturday, 10 November 2012

Jormungand Perfect Order Episodes 3-4 (15-16) Review

Running late. Midterms.

Episode 3 (15)




R convinces Saw to tell him Hex's location and rushes to help Koko and Jonah, finding them already under attack. After revealing to Koko that he is a spy under Saw, he manages to have both evacuate to safety and confronts Hex head on. When the two exchange shots, R and Hex manage to hit each other's left eyes, with R's wound being fatal. After the rest of Koko's team reaches the scene and takes down the snipers giving support to Hex, she is forced to give the order to retreat. Upon learning of R's death, and enraged Koko contacts the HCLI and demands them to track down Hex's location. Some time later, Hex and her two remaining men, sheltered in a cave on Northern Iraq, see a B-52 bomber sent by Koko that carpet bombs the area. R is buried on a scenic view near the coast and George appears to pay his respects, having a short meeting with Koko and her team in the occasion. Just after leaving, George learns of Hex's death and hearing the voices of R and Hex remembering him about how they warned him to not underestimate Koko, he decides to not give up on her.


Episode 4 (16)

In Jakarta, Kasper and his team find themselves once again outsmarted by a rival Japanese company and he decides to take the fight to them with Koko's help. Still coping with the loss of R, Koko and her party travel to Japan while Kasper sends a message to the Japanese by having some of their men killed. When Koko makes the rendezvous with her brother in Japan, Jonah asks him to show him how the three children he asked to give shelter are doing. Kasper brings Jonah to where the three are living but he decides to not meet them, being satisfied for just knowing they are doing well. As the Japanese learn about the death of their comrades, Kaspar questions Tojo about Hinoki Yousuke, his former superior in the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces, the man leading the team.



Comments

Good end to Dance with Undershaft, and a good prologue to Castle of Lies. Tojo's arc is enjoyable, but I find its not as good as R's was. Shall miss Hex. Now I'm sad that there's only 7 weeks left. Oh well. Will buy the BDs once Funimation releases them. I know Episode 5/17 is already released, but I'll blog that one  together with  Castle of Lies P2 when it airs on Wednesday. 


 

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