Man, trust this show to make me misty eyed over a two part storyline that I initially wasn’t too happy about. Last week I wasn’t too impressed with the Reigen-centric story, but do they ever use it to build to a powerful conclusion in this episode that put a lump in my throat.
A lot of this second series thus far has been dedicated to developing Mob’s character, making him into a more well-rounded person. These two episodes dedicate themselves to Reigen; exposing the biggest flaw in his character and using it to build him into something even stronger, despite me always regarding him as a pillar of confidence and strength before now regardless.
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As it turns out, the Ice guy was a more formidable opponent than I had expected. With his stand taking the form of a nigh impregnable suit of armour by the name of… white Album? Really?
As it turns out, riving into a river when battling an opponent that can create ice turned out to be a bad idea after all, as I had initially assumed. So now Giorno and Mista find themselves in even more… well, cold water. Right at the edge of the location in the photograph, but being dogged by an unstable enemy with the ability to rip their skin off.
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I’ve spent the last few weeks talking about how Reigen has been such a positive role model for Mob. How he, despite his eccentricities, was always pointing Mob’s moral compass in the right direction and looking out for his well being. Well, this week’s episode decided to take a big old dump on that little interpretation of mine.
This is the week Mob and Reigen break up.
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