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12 – Returning to the Ship …in which the current main threat is eliminated Overview: Here we are, the final episode. It’s got some nice parts and some full parts. Par for the course, I guess. Advertisements
11 – Collision …in which Benisuzume returns and brings a planet with it Overview: The huge gauna nest that’s 8000 times the size of Sidonia is fast approaching. Not only that but it’s also dragging along a dwarf planet, possibly … Continue reading
10 – Determination … in which some secrets are revealed and Nagate saves the day again Overview: Remember Nagate being asked out by both Izana and Yuhata last episode? Guess how that turns out.
09 – Gaze …in which Nagate makes an odd friend and kills more gauna Overview: Nagate is summoned for an experiment with the placenta-gauna that looks like Shizuka – whom I have chosen to christen Shizugauna – since it keeps … Continue reading
08 – Undead … in which there’s a creepy new gauna and a lot of backstory Overview: Episode 8 is by far the best Sidonia has dished out. It makes almost glad that I stuck to it.
07 – Resolve …in which Kunato crosses a line and Nagate takes the fall Overview: As expected, this episode fills in the blanks of what happened in the mission that killed Shizuka.
06 – Salute …in which Nagato is a chick magnet and Kunato is up to something Overview: In Sidonia, Nagato is welcomed as a hero. Even the classmates that looked down on him before are now warm and welcoming. He … Continue reading
05 – Adrift …in which there’s romantic drifting and interestingly acquired water Overview: It’s the aftermath of last episode’s battle. Kunato throws a hissy fit because he’s a pitiful human being. Sidonia moves away from Nagate and Shizuka, leaving them … Continue reading
04 – Choice …in which Kanato is an idiotic asshole and Nagate kills a gauna Overview: After shit hits the fan in the form of the elite squad’s destruction, Kobayashi is quick to retaliate with a laser cannon thingy. But … Continue reading
03 – Glory …in which there are festivals and space battles. Overview: You’d think that an anime set in what is essentially a fortified rock harbouring all of humanity inside won’t have festivals in it. You’d be wrong.