Visually this episode went to a new low on the completely ugly side of things and instead of anything resembling actual plot progression we get an extended fight with the villain from last week (which almost makes you wonder why they didn’t just wrap the fight up then). A few pressing questions came to mind while watching this.
Why are his parents suddenly acting like parents?
Why is Koyori suddenly speaking?
Why does Koyori need a transformation sequence given none of the other Hand Shakers needs one?
Maybe it is because I watched this while feeling really unwell, but to be honest this wasn’t even amusingly bad anymore. It was just kind of tedious to watch.
Hand Shakers is available on Crunchyroll.
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