Jil continues to try and fight against Druaga on the top floor of the tower.
WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT!?! I had no idea this series was going to have a sequel so I was under the assumption it was going to end with this episode. However not only does it turn out it has a sequel, they donâ€™t conclude anything in this season and they leave things off with the biggest cliffhanger theyâ€™ve had throughout the entire show. My mouth was just left hanging open at this ending. They sure as hell better end up releasing that sequel season as this season is crap if itâ€™s not concluded sometime. This series relied heavily on the ending because so much of the great character development and plot started to get revealed. I really want to know what happens now. Not only that but they revealed new things in addition to the cliffhanger which brings even more mystery to everything. In addition to the cliffhanger of Neeba and Kaaya leaving off together, it seems Pazuz still isnâ€™t dead and is taking orders from someone else, a loli or something. Plus Gilgamesh still seems to be a big part of this, as not only did he kill some people for some seemingly unknown reason but he has the blue crystal rod, which questions what Kaaya and Neeba are doing or going for in this other tower.
It does seem like they revealed more about the two colored ghosts. The blue one seems to be or used to be Druagaâ€™s woman, so what happened to her is a bit a mystery. It seems to fit that Ki, the red one, was connected to Gilgamesh and was his love, yet something unknown happened to her as well, yet not before something involving Kaaya happened. Either she is a daughter or granddaughter or itâ€™s more complicated like a clone or reincarnation.
This certainly was an interesting series. Starting out with one of the funniest episodes Iâ€™ve ever seen in a first episode, then going into some serious focus, and then occasionally going into pure comedy mode, then serious again. Although it seems like it wouldnâ€™t work at all to have a switch like that between comedy and action, it worked surprisingly well for this show, and I have to compliment it on that. The comedy parts really were pretty good. I think part of what made the comedy work so well in an otherwise action oriented series that that it was purposely just over the top. They didnâ€™tâ€™ try and do a lot of subtle jokes or anything. At times they would just go into full blown ridiculous situations like the ever changing physical appearance or doing some crazy ridiculous dance. The comedy wasnâ€™t really needed. In fact the show would have worked fine without it, but commendably it didnâ€™t seem to take anything away from the show either.
I really was surprised at how good the rest of the plot was compared to the comedy. After the first episode being so good it really seemed as if this show would be better if it was pure comedy. While the show didnâ€™t have absolutely breathtaking or outstanding episodes all the way though, when it reached the end there were several interesting plot devices still in the air that all came together rather interestingly. It wasnâ€™t just the big plot of climbing to the top of the tower that was so interesting, but it was also some of the character histories and motivations that made it what it was. What the hell happened in Neebaâ€™s past, how will Jilâ€™s lack of motivation affect things, what is Kaayaâ€™s connection toâ€¦blah blah blah. Things like that were what made the show interesting in the end and Iâ€™m impressed with the amount of those plot devices.
Still, all of this is pretty meaningless considering that it left off with such a huge cliffhanger. Although the comedy in this series was good I hope there is less of it in the next one just because there are so many unanswered questions.