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SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 11

SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 11

Back to Normal

The vast majority of SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 11 was extremely boring. It felt like they were concluding the series in this episode just so that the next and final episode could have a big fight and not have to worry about wrapping things up.

Sure, that’s probably better than having the big battle this week and then nothing interesting next week. But the better option would have been to just make both episodes interesting. A story can be wrapped up without doing a slow episode in which nothing happens.

Did we need to focus on the “where are they now?” aspect as much as we did in this episode? I don’t really think we gained anything from it. Rather than 17 minutes of that, we could have had maybe 5 and wouldn’t have missed anything important.

Chise wearing her school uniform from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Chise wearing her school uniform

I know there’s still likely going to be some development/wrap-up in the next episode. So it’s not as if this episode wrapped up everything and next week is going to be all action. How do I know this? Because we still have some unresolved plot lines.

For example, Gauma’s character arc isn’t done yet. As for the other four, Yomogi never really had a character arc, Yume’s is done, Koyomi’s might be done, and Chise’s isn’t done. For Koyomi, I don’t necessarily think his arc needs a “true” ending — what we got in this episode was fine enough.

However, I’m not convinced that Chise’s story is going to receive a satisfying ending. In the one episode that focused on her, we saw that she was an outcast at school and may even have a large tattoo on her arm. Is that stuff going to be explained? I doubt it. I think we’ll just see her finally return to school.

Gauma and the Princess

Do you think Gauma and the princess are going to be reunited? Last week, I would have said yes. This week, I’m not so sure. I think we’ll get some type of closure regarding their reunification. But that may come after Gauma’s death.

I don’t see Gauma still being alive in this world by the end of the series. As we saw in this episode, because he’s not linked to a Kaiju, his body is deteriorating. I guess he could be linked to Goldburn. But since he’s from 5,000 years ago, I think it makes sense for him and the Eugenicists to simply die in the end.

If that does happen, we’ll probably see him reunite with the princess afterward. Or maybe there will just be a scene of Yomogi and Yume saying they hope he was reunited with her. I don’t think she needs to also have been revived.

Gauma smiling from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Gauma smiling

There was also that strange part about a 5,000-year-old mirror that disappeared from a museum. Were they saying that Gauma came out of the mirror, that he stole the mirror, or that he was the mirror? It wasn’t exactly clear, but I could see any of those being correct.

A Kaiju‘s power was also mentioned during that part. So did the Kaiju send him through the mirror? Is it responsible for the mirror’s disappearance? Or did it turn him into the mirror for 5,000 years? For now, I’m going to guess the third option.

But, I also do want to remind you that SSSS.Gridman ended with someone in the real world waking up, implying the events of the anime were all a dream. Could the events of SSSS.Dynazenon be a dream too? Is it the princess’ dream?

Instance Domination

I have to say that I wasn’t expecting Shizumu to be the final villain — if he even is the final one. There’s always the possibility that another villain will show up out of nowhere. This is a Trigger anime, after all; you can’t rule something like that out.

Shizumu seemed like the kind of character who would help the Dynazenon team in the final battle, not oppose them. So, with that in mind, another, secret final boss showing up makes sense. Then, Shizumu can swap sides to fight in the final, final battle.

The thing about the Eugenicists is that I wouldn’t really call any of them evil. Yes, Shizumu’s attack at the end of this episode wasn’t good. But throughout the whole series, we’ve seen the Eugenicists respecting the Dynazenon team as equals who just have different values.

Shizumu controlling the Kaiju inside his body from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Shizumu controlling the Kaiju inside his body

Shizumu was friends with Yomogi and Yume. Mujina had a connection with Koyomi. And even Juuga was on good terms with Koyomi. For any of them to be the big villain of the series seems a bit odd considering that they weren’t ever depicted as being that.

But, let’s talk about Shizumu’s Kaiju that was hiding inside of his body. I don’t think this is a new Kaiju. And by that, I mean I think it’s been inside of his body from the start — or at least pretty early on. In fact, this may be the Kaiju that revived the Eugenicists and Gauma.

I’m not really confident in that theory, though. What seems more likely to me is that this is a Kaiju spawn, much like how Goldburn originated, that was dormant inside of Shizumu. And the reason it’s awakened now is through Shizumu’s repeated contact with Yomogi and Yume.

Remember, he said that he knew it was a good idea to stick around them and that they gave him some good emotions or something along those lines. I do think he truly became their friend. But I also think his original intention was to feed their emotions to the Kaiju by proxy.

Conclusion

What do you think about SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 11? Do you think we’ll get more of Chise’s backstory in the final episode? Do you think Gauma will be reunited with the princess? And are you expecting another final villain to appear? Let me know in the comments.

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SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 10

SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 10

Disappearing Act

I’m not sure if I liked SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 10 or not. It had a lot of good parts, to be sure. But at the same time, I feel like we wrapped up some character arcs in pretty mundane ways. There’s probably going to be more with Gauma’s backstory, but I’m not so sure about the others.

Before we get into all of that, though, let’s take a look at the Kaiju from this episode. This was a pretty interesting Kaiju since its ability was more in-depth than any others we’ve previously seen. It “disappears” people (and buildings), leaving behind nothing more than a shadow.

But, more than that, the people who get disappeared by the Kaiju are sent into their past where they have to confront some negative part of it. And on top of all that, it also seems to be able to move very quickly and I think I also saw it warp at one point (maybe not).

Yume's "shadow" from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Yume’s “shadow”

According to the Eugenicists, this isn’t a normal Kaiju. This one is somehow special. Obviously, we could say that what makes it special is its unique ability. But what caused a special Kaiju like this to appear? Kaiju are born out of people’s emotions. So what led to this particular Kaiju?

I don’t think any of the Kaiju so far have had abilities relating to the feelings of the people they were born from. Maybe they were, but the only Kaiju and human pair we know of is Goldburn and Chise. And I don’t think Goldburn’s shrinking ability has to do with Chise’s emotions.

Perhaps the special Kaiju was born out of the combined past regrets of the Team Dynazenon members. But again, we have no proof that this is the case.

A Glimpse Into the Past

The best part of the episode was when we got to see the pasts of Yume, Koyomi, and Gauma. Would anyone disagree with that? I don’t think so. Let’s briefly go through their backstories in that order.

Yume’s flashback revolves around her sister’s death, because what else would it be about? This time around, she follows her sister on the day she died in an attempt to stop her (Yomogi helped too). And through this flashback, Yume learns that her sister’s death really was an accident.

As I’ll discuss more in the next section, this is my least favorite thing about the episode. The series has been building up the mystery of Kano’s death, and then it gets resolved suddenly without any real payoff.

Yume as a child from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Yume as a child

Koyomi’s flashback was much better than Yume’s, in my opinion. His was basically an alternate history. Instead of running away when his high school crush showed him a bag full of money in an abandoned building, this time he goes along with her and takes it.

In the end, they lose all the money anyway. But it was a nice way to show us (and Koyomi) what could have been. Unfortunately for him, Yomogi pulls him back into reality before he can see how the rest of his life would have panned out.

With Gauma, we see that the reason he betrayed his comrades was that they decided to fight against their country. The country betrayed the Eugenicists, the Eugenicists betrayed the country in return, and Gauma betrayed the other Eugenicists by siding with the princess (and therefore the country).

The Mystery of Kano Minami

Let’s take a look at how the mystery of Kano Minami’s death played out. For weeks now, we’ve been getting bits of information, some of them conflicting, about what happened. Most of that information doesn’t matter in the end.

I tend not to have a problem with mystery series making use of Occam’s Razor (the simplest solution is often correct). Monogatari does this frequently. But falling back on the simplest solution isn’t satisfying when it nullifies most of the evidence and information that was gathered leading up to the reveal.

The fact that Kano’s death wasn’t a suicide isn’t an issue. But the rumors about it being a suicide and the whole thing with Kano being bullied in the chorus club got shut down in a matter of seconds. As soon as Yume learned it wasn’t suicide, the fact that Kano was bullied no longer mattered.

Kano Minami from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Kano Minami

I know I said that I liked Koyomi’s flashback more than Yume’s. But I was still disappointed that the two weren’t linked in some way. They didn’t have to be. But it would have made it more interesting. I mean, the bag full of money could have hinted at a more sinister reason behind Kano’s death.

Now, whether or not the money would have been the cause of her death doesn’t matter. I just think that was a great opportunity to tie everything together. Instead, both Kano’s death and Koyomi’s past regrets were wrapped up quickly and without any real mystery.

We even got Gridknights backstory and that didn’t tie into any of the others. Well, by backstory I mean we saw that Gridknight is actually the Kaiju boy from SSSS.Gridman. I’m sure some of you remembered that, but I had forgotten about him completely.

At the end of the day, I just would have liked something, anything, to make Kano’s death more interesting. The conclusion that “it was just an accident; nothing to see here” was so boring.

Conclusion

What do you think of SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 10? Why do you think this special Kaiju appeared? Whose flashback did you enjoy the most? And what are your thoughts on the simplicity of Kano’s death? Are you satisfied with that conclusion? Let me know in the comments.

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SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 9

SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 9

Chise and Goldburn

I don’t remember how many weeks ago it was now, but at some point, there was the episode about Chise’s role in the group being that of the substitute. Well, now her role has been upgraded to that of a fully-fledged member.

However, Chise isn’t one of the Dynazenon pilots. Instead, she’s a Kaiju user who controls a gold, robotic, dragon-like Kaiju that she named Goldburn. And, like the Kaiju that appeared in Episode 8, Goldburn starts off as a baby Kaiju.

Well, it’s actually more correct to say that Goldburn started off as a seed a few episodes back. Over time, the seed grew roots and eventually turned into the baby Kaiju we’re introduced to at the start of the episode. I’m assuming all Kaiju grow in this same way.

Chise and mini Goldburn from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Chise and mini Goldburn

Something interesting about Chise and Goldburn is that they appear to have a natural connection. Chise doesn’t need to use instance domination to control him. He automatically does what she says — likely because he grew by feeding off her emotions.

Also, for now, it’s a bit unclear how Chise and Goldburn are going to be involved in future battles. I understand if Chise’s the one directing him to fight. But when Goldburn combines with Dynazanon/Gridknight, Chise isn’t doing anything.

And, there’s one last thing I want to mention about Chise here. This was the first time we saw what her room looked like, and it was made very clear that Chise is interested in music. There were multiple instruments, headphones, and band posters.

I’m interested to see if Koyomi was involved in a band in any capacity in the past. That could explain why Chise looks up to him.

Getting Closer to the Truth

Now, we didn’t get too much new information about the death of Yume’s older sister in this episode. In fact, I think we technically got no new information on that front. But, it still did play a fairly significant role in the episode even if the information wasn’t necessarily new.

This time around, Yume and Yomogi meet with the ex-boyfriend of Yume’s sister. Futaba was her boyfriend at the time of her death but seems to have moved on since then. I don’t remember if it was stated how many years have passed. But he has a ring on, so I’m guessing he’s since gotten married.

Why I’m bringing this meeting up, though, is because I felt that Futaba was acting strangely during this meeting. Yes, he was the one who sought out Yomogi and Yume. However, I still think he has something that he’s hiding from them.

Goldburn appearing before Yume and Chise from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Goldburn appearing before Yume and Chise

Three things made me suspicious of Futaba. First, his insistence on the death being an accident and not suicide. Second, his inability to make eye contact later in the conversation. And third, the way he played with the ring on his finger before suddenly leaving.

The first part about insisting that it was an accident and not suicide could be seen as not suspicious. However, to me, it came off as him trying to convince himself that her death was an accident. The fact that she wouldn’t have committed suicide was more of an afterthought.

My guess is that he was involved in her death. This would explain why he wants to convince himself it was an accident, why he avoided eye contact, and why he seemed to be fidgeting with his ring as a way to distract himself.

And, I think he met with Yume and Yomogi in an attempt to put it all behind him and move on. Was someone targeting him over all that money and she ended up dead instead?

Giant x Mecha x Kaiju

In most cases, I’m not really the biggest fan of the combining nature of super robots. I’m fine with it in a larger-than-life series like Gurren Lagann. But in Dynazenon, it’s not being done as a reference to the trope. It is the trope.

The reason I’m not a huge fan of combining mechs is that it removes the individuality of the components. I’m much more interested in seeing all of the various pieces of Dynazenon fighting together rather than them combining into Dynazenon.

Once everything is combined, battle strategy often suffers. There can still be strategy. But it’s much more bare-bones. It changes the dynamic of the fight from a team fight to a solo fight despite there still being a team residing within the combined mech.

Super Dragon King Kaiser Gridknight from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Super Dragon King Kaiser Gridknight

Think about the combination in this episode and how it reduced the roles of the majority of people on the Dynazenon crew. Basically, they all just turned into power-ups for Gridknight — most of which didn’t actually matter in any way.

Gridknight was in control, Dyna Soldier became his weapon, and the other three parts of Dynazenon along with Goldburn were turned into armor that didn’t actually serve any purpose. I guess you could say Goldburn let the combined mech fly. But did that matter?

Combining can be a fun mechanic. But having every mech combine into one for every fight is pretty boring. Especially considering that once the combination happens, fights usually end after a powerful beam-type attack is fired off. What’s interesting about that?

Conclusion

What do you think of SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 9? Do you think the Kaiju Eugenicists are going to steal Goldburn from Chise at least temporarily? What are your theories regarding the death of Yume’s sister? And how do you feel about combining mechs? Let me know in the comments.

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SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 8

SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 8

A Kaiju is Born

Alright, let’s get the obligatory “there was no review of Episode 7 last week” out of the way. I watched Episode 7, but there were no reviews last week and I’m not going to review it now. I may reference it in this review, though (or I may not).

Anyway, SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 8 was a pretty average episode. And I think a large portion of why that’s the case is that the Kaiju featured in this episode wasn’t anything special. Yes, there were other possibly important aspects of the episode. But if the Kaiju isn’t exciting, the episode probably won’t be either.

While this Kaiju did go on a rampage eventually, it didn’t do so with any kind of special ability. Its ability was simply to paint multi-colored splotches on things. So when it came time to fight it, the fight wasn’t all that interesting.

Yomogi showing Yume the baby Kaiju from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Yomogi showing Yume the baby Kaiju

The only really interesting things about this Kaiju are that it started off as a baby and that Yomogi was able to connect with it in the same way the Kaiju Eugenicists do. However, Yomogi wasn’t able to actually control it, and he killed it in the end.

What I think is more interesting from this episode than the Kaiju was the little bit of Koyomi’s backstory that we got. Over the past few episodes, we’ve been getting small pieces of his backstory and connection to the girl he knew in high school.

Previously, I assumed the bag they found in the abandoned building belonged to Yume’s older sister. I still think that’s the case. But now that we know the bag was full of cash, it makes her death seem more likely to have been murder than suicide.

Gridknight x Dyna Soldier

Something you may have noticed in this episode is that Gridknight and Dyna Soldier were able to “combine.” They didn’t actually combine in the same way that the various pieces of Dynazenon can. But, Dyna Soldier resonated with Gridknight and became a weapon for it.

Why is this significant? Well, it might mean that Dynazenon and Gridknight are the same type of thing. I don’t really know what they are. I don’t feel like they’re Kaiju, but they’re connected to Kaiju in some way. And the fact that they resonate with each other implies they have the same origin.

It might seem kind of obvious that Dynazenon and Gridknight would have the same origin since they’re both used to defeat Kaiju. But, that’s not necessarily the case. Dynazenon is a combining mech with five pilots while Gridknight is a humanoid mech-thing that might actually be its pilot.

Dyna Soldier and Gridknight combining from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Dyna Soldier and Gridknight combining

If you’ve been paying close attention, Knight never says that he’s the pilot of Gridknight (and neither does his assistant). They say that Knight is Gridknight. So rather than piloting it, he might actually transform into it.

I actually don’t remember what the deal with Gridman was. Did Gridman have a pilot, or did the main character turn into Gridman in a way? I know that Gridman had its own sentience. But I feel like it fused with the protagonist to fight or something.

Anyway, going back to Dynazenon, is it new information that the person who gave Dynazenon to Gauma is a princess? We knew it was a woman, but I think the princess part might be new. Is it going to end up being the Kaiju girl from Gridman? Is she a princess?

Yume x Yomogi

Let’s talk about Yume and Yomogi. Obviously, these two are going to end up together. At this point, I’d be shocked if by the end of the series it wasn’t at least heavily implied that the two of them were dating. And while I know a lot of people don’t like romance subplots, I don’t mind this one.

In fact, I think the whole love triangle between Koyomi, his high school crush, and Chise is way more forced than anything going on between Yume and Yomogi. With Yume and Yomogi, we’ve seen their relationship develop over the course of the series.

Well, when I say that we’ve seen their relationship develop, what I really mean is that we’ve seen how Yume feels about Yomogi change throughout the series. From the start, Yomogi seemed to always be interested in Yume. I think he’s just interested in any girl who looks in his direction.

Yume and Yomogi from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Yume and Yomogi

At the beginning of the series, Yume wasn’t really interested in Yomogi. To her, he was just another person she could stand up after asking him to wait for her somewhere. But now that he’s become involved in the investigation into her sister’s death, things are different.

I think I’ve also finally figured out why Yume always asks people (guys) to meet up with her somewhere before ultimately ghosting them. To me, this seems like she’s almost replicating what happened with her sister. Wasn’t her sister supposed to come right back home and then never showed up?

I don’t think that this is Yume having some weird abandonment obsession, though. There must be a better reason for it, right? Like, since she observes the person she ghosted from a distance, maybe she wants to see how other people react to being abandoned?

Conclusion

What do you think about SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 8? Did you like the Kaiju featured in this episode? Do you think that Knight actually turns into Gridknight? And what are your thoughts on Yume’s and Yomogi’s relationship? Let me know in the comments.

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SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 6

SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 6

The Team Torn Apart

SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 6 was a fairly disappointing episode overall. The featured Kaiju had a neat design and Mujika had a decent amount of screen time. Those were the only two parts that I actually liked. Everything else was pretty boring.

Now that we’ve made it to the halfway point of the series, the Dynazenon team is fracturing. Of course it is. Why wouldn’t this series include that trope? At this point, I don’t even see it as character development. We know what’s going to happen.

Later on, they’re all going to make up, be friends again, and save the day with Dynazenon and their reinvigorated power of friendship. But, of course, before that happens, they’re going to almost be defeated because they can’t seem to work together.

Chise hanging out in Koyomi's apartment from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Chise hanging out in Koyomi’s apartment

As for why the members of the Dynazenon team are drifting apart, they all have their own reasons. Chise is jealous of Koyomi’s married girlfriend. Koyomi is jealous of his married girlfriend’s husband. Yume is jealous of Yomogi getting attention from other girls. And Yomogi just doesn’t know what’s going on.

Interestingly, there also appears to be a connection between Koyomi and Yume’s dead sister. Originally, I thought that maybe Koyomi’s married girlfriend was one of her bullies. However, that seems to not be the case. Instead, I think the two of them came across Yume’s sister’s belongings in an abandoned building.

Since Yume’s sister was apparently leading a double-life, that abandoned building may have actually been where she died. Perhaps she met up with her boyfriend there, something happened, she died, and he dumped her body in the river.

That would be an interesting way to bring Koyomi’s and Yume’s stories together. Koyomi could show Yume where her sister’s belongings were found, and that in turn may give Yume a clue as to what happened.

Mujina is the Best Kaiju Eugenicist

If I was to rank the four Kaiju Eugenicists, Mujina would be first, followed by Shizumu, Juuga, and Onija, in that order. Onija is just the angry guy. He doesn’t have a personality outside of that, and it’s the full extent of his character for now. He’s easily the worst for me.

Juuga has potential. He’s clearly the leader of the group, but he’s also the one who we’ve seen the least of. In the future, once he gets more development, I could see him being a decent character. But for now, he’s just the “leader character.”

Shizumu is a good character. Obviously, I guess aside from Onija who’s easy to read, Shizumu was the first Eugenicist to get developed. That automatically makes him better than someone like Juuga. But, I also like how Shizumu plays both sides to an extent.

Mujina from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Mujina

And now, on to Mujina. Before this episode, I probably would have placed Mujina on par with Juuga. She barely had any screen time and had absolutely no development. But she’s also the only female member of the group, so she gets bonus points for that.

I think what I like about Mujina is that, like Shizumu, she’s a pretty normal person. However, at the same time, she’s also one of those “hollow shell” characters who’s seeking a purpose. That’s not always a good character trope, but I do think it can be done well.

And with Mujina, I think it’s been done well so far. Despite lacking something that she can call her purpose, Mujina isn’t idle. In fact, we see her take the initiative when she steals Koyomi’s portion of Dynazenon. I like that she’s not necessarily waiting around for her purpose to come to her.

(Not) Gridman Appears

At the end of the episode, a new mech that isn’t Dynazenon shows up. It’s also not Gridman. However, it has much more in common with Grandman than it does with Dynazenon. It seems more like an autonomous or single-pilot mech.

I feel like that same mech did show up in SSSS.Gridman. But I don’t really remember a lot about the Gridman series. I think this mech may have shown up towards the end and fought alongside Gridman or something. And if that’s the case, does it mean Gridman is going to make an appearance soon?

Something tells me that Gridman isn’t going to be making an appearance in Dynazenon. I think it’s much more likely that some supporting characters are what bridge the two series. For example, this unknown mech or the Kaiju girl being in both.

The unknown mech from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
The unknown mech

I guess I’ve also been assuming that this unknown mech is going to be fighting on Dynazenon’s side. But since I don’t actually remember what role it played in Gridman, if any at all, I can’t say for sure that’s going to be the case.

It seems unlikely that it would side with the Kaiju Eugenicists. However, it may end up being a third party that’s not allied with either Dynazenon or the Kaiju. Perhaps its goal is to destroy both of them and then return to the “grid world” or wherever Gridman was from.

Gauma is a Kaiju user, and it’s been implied that this is why he can control Dynazenon. So if that means that Dynazenon is a Kaiju, I could definitely see this new mech attempting to destroy it even though it fights against other Kaiju.

Conclusion

What do you think of SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 6? Was it as bad as I made it out to be? Which Kaiju Eugenicist is your favorite so far? And why do you think this new mech appeared? Let me know your thoughts in the comments.

If you enjoyed this review, remember to click the like button ❤️ down below. Also, follow me over on Twitter @DoubleSama so you don’t miss out on any future content. And come join our Discord server if you’re interested in discussing anime with other members of the community.

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