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Anime: Zankyou no Terror / Terror in Resonance Studio: MAPPA Episodes: 11 Original Run: Jul 11, 2014 to Sep 26, 2014 Genres: Psychological, Thriller, Mystery Advertisements
Summary: Sphinx reveals their motive and Americans are assholes.
Summary: The end approaches. Review: The episode begins with Nine turning himself in as Sphinx Number 1. He demands that a press conference be set up for him and the police caves under the threat of the atomic bomb. Meanwhile, … Continue reading
Summary: A romantic ride in a ferris wheel with a ticking bomb. Review: Looks like I was right about the human experimentation. Shibazaki and Hamura find out that the Athena Project’s purpose was to artificially create people with savant syndrome, … Continue reading
Summary: The Japanese detectives get suspended. Five throws an explosive fit (literally). Review: Shibazaki, Hamura and the other investigators who helped mitigate the airport incident are suspended because what would a government be if powerful assholes can’t pull strings to … Continue reading
Summary: The ‘game’ continues and Five circles through various maniacal expressions. Review: I spent the first half of this episode wondering if I’d understand it any better if I had more of a clue about chess. Not that it was … Continue reading
Summary: A chess game resumes with people’s lives on the line. Review: America decides to join (more like take over) the investigation, citing the stolen plutonium as the reason for their interest in a domestic case of serial bombing. But … Continue reading
Summary: Nine and Twelve are outsmarted by a newcomer, which may not be a good thing. Review: As expected, Nine and Twelve allow the feverish Lisa to recuperate at their place. Their opinions on how to handle her are divided. … Continue reading
Summary: A third riddle is presented and the police screw up. Again. Review: The Metropolitan Police Department are left floundering in the aftermath of the last bomb threat. Though they defused the bomb, they’re not any closer to actually finding … Continue reading
Summary: The police finally show some competence… or do they?