Monster Episode 45
The Monster anime series adapts Naoki Urasawa's manga of the same name. The 74-episode series was created by Madhouse and broadcast on Nippon Television from April 7, 2004, to September 28, 2005. Directed by Masayuki Kojima, it is a faithful adaptation of the entire story; essentially recreated shot for shot and scene for scene compared to the original manga. The few subtle differences include short snippets of additional dialogue and slight re-ordering of scenes in places. The series soundtrack is composed by Kuniaki Haishima.
Monster Episode 45
Double DarknessEpisode44Japanese title二つの闇(Futatsu no Yami)Original air date2 March 2005StaffDirected byAtsushi TakahashiWritten byYūki SaitōAnimation directorTakuji AbeStoryboardAtsushi TakahashiEpisodesPreviousDetective SukNextThe Monster's AfterimageDouble Darkness is the forty-fourth episode of the anime.
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She Was Wearing Red Shoes...Ultraman Taro, Episode 45InformationAir date02/08/1974Directed byMasanori KakehiScreenplay byBunpei AiContinuityPreviousNextOh! Taro Is Being Eaten!The White Rabbit Is a Bad Guy!She Was Wearing Red Shoes... is the forty-fifth episode of Ultraman Taro.
This episode of Big Team Building scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. PT / 7:00 p.m. ET over on the Shacknews Twitch channel. The livestream will go for two hours, wrapping either at the start of your evening in the west coast or later at night for those living in the east. For anyone like myself in another part of the world, it could wrap around your lunchtime.
After a mechanical sea monster ate his grandfather's watch, LongArm's son Brian goes to tell him and Hardtop about what he saw. But when they don't believed him, Brian sets out to prove what he saw and ends up being a prisoner of Rock Krusher and Dr. Badvibes, who created the sea monster to commit a series of robberies along the harbor.
Johan casts his black shadow over all of Monster, but the Frankfurt arc is definitely where his shadow is darkest and his presence most tangible. This is Johan's arc, the one where we get closest to the monster and delve furthest into its ambitions and inner workings. What we see there is terrifying.
Johan is a monster, a force of evil as elemental as wind or waves. Evil infects the children he tutors as surely as radiation poisoning effects children who cuddle up with plutonium: they warp, nihilism sprouting in the wake of his words like evil flowers after a desert rain. One can't help feeling sorry for the vulgar prostitute who tries to blackmail him in a later episode. Her confidence in the power of her petty human evil is pitiful in the face of the cold, implacable forces we know to be brewing beneath Johan's civilized exterior. Upon exiting his meeting with the prostitute, Johan plants seeds of destruction amongst the alley prostitutes as easily and casually as a pedestrian might litter. When something finally does shatter that unnatural calm of his, the link between the cause and the effect is so alien that the breach is more mystifying and frightening than humanizing. Johan himself says it best when discussing the incident with the doomed prostitute: "I thought I had reached the darkest place. But beyond that I saw an even blacker darkness." That could just as easily be us, peering further into his head.
Abrupt shifts and short-story inserts mark this run of episodes, as does the show's usual icy deliberation. Viewers displeased with any of those will be no more pleased with them now that the series has hit its second high-point than they were when it hit its first or any time in between. To them I say phooey. It cannot be overstated how brilliantly apart from the anime mainstream this unsettling, fiercely intelligent, and ultimately uncategorizable journey into darkness is. This is arguably the most successful stab anime has taken at mythmaking since Berserk, and for that alone it is essential viewing for anyone who is really serious about exploring the medium's capabilities.
Asta charges at the monster to protect the children, vowing to die before he lets them be harmed. Gauche Adlai returns and kicks Asta down so that he will not be injured. Gauche then states he has returned because his sister asked him to, and that he left to get her to safety. Theresa Rapual and Sally are both surprised to see him.
Gauche attacks the monster with Double Reflect Refrain but to no avail. He is then knocked off his broom, and the monster attempts to crush him. But Asta slashes its arm, and tells Gauche they must fight as a team. Gauche then recalls his first meeting with Yami Sukehiro, in which the captain told him that protecting one thing will lead him to protect another.
Asta's grimoire releases his second sword, which releases an energy slash. While the monster sustains damage, it is not enough to kill it, and the monster still regenerates. Gauche comes to the conclusion that the only way to kill it is to attack faster than it can heal. Gauche also suspects that Asta's attack is the only effective attack. He decides to utilize his Mirror Magic with Asta.
"Antithesis and Synthesis" (相克そうこくと相生そうじょう Sōkoku to Sōjō), known as "Obelisk Assault" in the Dub version, is the forty-fifth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! ARC-V anime.
Halil and Olga both have 4000 LP and their aces, "Arctic Beast - Iceberg Narwhal" and "Fire Jinn the Blazing Genie of the Lamp" out, while Michio's field is filled with his "Cookmate" monsters; "Cookmate Chickwheat", "Cookmate Potatopard", "Cookmate Eggong", "Cookmate Lionion" and "Cookmate Rabbitomato."
In the nearby temple, Shun and Sora face off. Sora declares that he absolutely won't lose this time, and both Duelists declare, "DUEL!" Sora goes first, Summoning "Edge Imp Tomahawk". He proceeds to activate the effect of "Tomahawk", sending an "Edge Imp" monster in his hand to the Graveyard to inflict 800 damage to his opponent. He discards "Edge Imp DT Modoki" and "Tomahawk" blasts four glowing axes at Shun, who jumps back to dodge them, though the shockwave pushes him to the edge of the area. Sora Sets a card and ends his turn.
Shun then activates the effect of the detached "Fuzzy Lanius", adding another copy of itself from his Deck to his hand. Then, using the effect of the first "Vanishing Lanius" that he Summoned that turn, he Special Summons the second from his hand, and since he controls "Vanishing Lanius", he can Special Summon the second "Fuzzy Lanius" from his hand. Then he reveals that the effect of "Force Strix" increases its ATK and DEF by 500 for each Winged Beast-Type monster that he controls. "Force Strix" increases to 1100 ATK. Sora at the low power-up, and he tells Shun that he'd better not be taking Sora. Shun replies that he's always serious when he Duels, even if it's against a worthless opponent.
Dennis winces, knowing that Serena will just get the wrong idea if he Xyz Summons, so instead, he asks them to excuse him for a moment, activating a card with a declaration of "Bathtime! One, two, three!" Bubbles surround his monsters, as Dennis explains that he activated the Continuous Magic Card, "Bubble Barrier", which will allow each of his "Entermage" monsters with 1500 or less ATK to negate one attack directed at them per turn. He ends his turn, much to Yuzu's surprise and Serena's anger. Serena asks why Dennis won't Xyz Summon, and Dennis replies that it's because he isn't an Xyz remnant.
Serena is furious, believing Dennis to be playing dumb, and she declares her turn and draws. She Summons another "Moonlight Blue Cat", and then she releases it to activate the effect of her "Cat Dancer"; it can attack every monster that Dennis controls this turn twice. "Cat Dancer"'s sashes glow blue and Dennis muses that here it comes. Serena declares her Battle Phase, attacking "Flame Eater" with "Cat Dancer". "Cat Dancer" throws its daggers, popping the bubble surrounding "Flame Eater" as Dennis reminds her of the effect.
With a wild cry, Yūya gets to his feet and bares his chest. His pendant glowing, he declares his turn with a howl and draws, then he uses the Scale 3 "Antithesis Magician" and the Scale 8 "Synthesis Magician" to Set the Pendulum Scale. As the new Magicians rise in their Pendulum Zones, Yūya explains with a sneer that he can simultaneously Summon monsters from Levels 4 to 7. He chants, "Swing, pendulum of the soul! Draw an arc of light across the aether! Pendulum Summon! Appear now!" He Pendulum Summons "Entermate Whip Viper" and "Entermate Amenboat", and the shocked Obelisk Force observe the Pendulum Summon.
Yūya then overlays the Level 4 "Amenboat" and "Whip Viper", and he chants, "Formed from pitch-black darkness, to fight those foolish enough to oppose it with its treacherous fangs! Descend now! Xyz Summon! Appear now! Rank 4! Dark Rebellion Xyz Dragon!" The Obelisk Force are further shocked by the Pendulum Summon being used to fuel an Xyz Summon. Yūya declares battle, attacking the red-jeweled Obelisk Force's "Antique Gear Hound Dog" with "Dark Rebellion Xyz Dragon"'s "Lightning Disobey of Rebellion". The monster is destroyed and the red-jeweled Obelisk Force blasted onto his back as his LP falls to 2500. Yūya ends his turn as "Dark Rebellion Xyz Dragon" alights behind him.
Since Shun controls an Xyz Monster, he can Special Summon "Raid Raptors - Singing Lanius" from his hand. He Special Summons two copies of "Singing Lanius" from his hand, and the presence of two more Winged Beast-Type monsters increases the ATK of all three "Force Strix" due to their effects, to 2100 ATK. Commenting that all the preparations are complete, Shun declares his Battle Phase, and all three "Force Strix" lunge for Sora.
Serena seizes the chance to activate her Trap Card, "Moonlight Dance", which during the Battle Phase of a turn that she attacked with a "Moonlight" monster will change the battle positions of all monsters that Dennis controls and halve their ATK and DEF. Dennis gasps in shock as "Trick Clown" is strung up helplessly in the air, its ATK falling to 800. Drawing its daggers, "Cat Dancer" attacks again for the final blow. But Dennis smiles, preparing to snap his fingers and present a "Miracle Illusion". Before he can announce his move, he sees blurred shadows leaping in the background, distracting him long enough for the attack to hit, destroying "Trick Clown" and blasting Dennis off his feet, reducing his LP to zero. 041b061a72