I might allow the dust to settle a bit from the whole DDL providers exploding in a fireball of mess, if that’s alright, before putting up DDLs.
Nothing to really talk about this episode production-wise, so allow me to instead wax lyrical about how lovely it is to have Sakamoto back in the director’s seat making the show’s combat sequences look absolutely amazing. This was a really good ep, and one that I found a bit difficult to write just because the dialogue is a bit… repetitive, maybe? Disjointed? Alas.