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Azur Lane T.V. Media Review Episode 8

by Yumiko

She’s still out there.

Due to Akagi and Enterprise’s actions, the battlefield has become warp. While both sides managed to regroup, matters appeared grim for one faction. Without their flagship, Akagi, and support from the mass produced Sirens, there was only one choice moving forward. Even if it comes as bad news to Kaga’s ears, they must retreat. There will be no time to look for Akagi. Moreover, Azur Lane won’t let them leave without a scratch. This is an opportunity they cannot give up. While the bulk of the opposing fleet headed back home, Ayanami, Shoukaku, and Zuikaku stayed behind to buy time. However, no one accounted for Enterprise’s sudden return. Still lost in her surge of power, she had come to utterly crush her enemies. Fortunately, Laffey and Javelin won’t allow that to happen. Before the worst could happen to Ayanami, they leapt into action. They’ve saved their reluctant friend, and finally opened Enterprise’s eyes.

Questions are finally starting to be asked from those within the Sakura Empire. Keeping so many in the dark just may come to haunt Akagi. Speaking of Akagi, she’s far from dead. The Sirens have ensured that this day will not be her end. She has a part yet to play, though she wasn’t the only one. Due to Enterprise’s actions, the Sirens completed their objective. The last Black Mental Cube was filled up. It’s only a matter of time before their super-ship hits the waves. Anyhow, the true enemy has begun to make their move. Enjoy a unbreakable friendship!

 

 

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It’s been one long day. Let’s hope for some rest next time.

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Yumiko
Yumiko (@guest_2594)
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10 months ago

Due to most studios being booked years in advance, this was the only way for Azur Lane to be animated. Additionally, the game is already at its height. Waiting any longer would have been a risky business move.

Adam Kohut
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10 months ago

I wonder why such a popular series got into hands of some new anime studio.. like wouldn’t it have been wiser to pass it to some more veteran studio with more experiance in animation?

Yumiko
Yumiko (@guest_2592)
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10 months ago

I understand where you’re coming from. I really want Azur Lane to succeed, but every week it gets harder to watch. This show has a mountain of problems, and I’ve ignored a lot of them. Fortunately, the very end of this episode pulled together something for the eye to see. It’s only those small moments that can save this show now.

Adam Kohut
Adam Kohut (@guest_2591)
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10 months ago

Sadly the animation quality seems to have dropped even further in this episode… it makes me so sad because this is an extraordinary series but it’s pretty much butchered with this poor animation quality… I mean I get it and all but still, it makes me really sad cause honestly, seeing this show animatied in a quallity aniamtion would be much appreciated. But I don’t want to criticize any further, I mean who am I to criticize anyway.. I still love this show.