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Orient Episode 13



Not only is Musashi quickly separated from his friends Kojiro and Tsugumi upon joining up with the Uesugis, but he also learns that life in the larger, more established bushi bands is nothing like what he's experienced thus far. Musashi's been used to going it alone or just with Kojiro, who knows him well, so suddenly finding himself alone in a sea of highly disciplined fighters who have been training with kitetsu blades for their entire lives is a rude awakening. Suddenly, all of Musashi's clawing his way into bushidom looks a lot like a kid playing at being a soldier, and the story doesn't let us forget that for most of its episodes.




Orient Episode 13



Michiru's case is the more interesting (and arguably important) of the two, because while she's always yearned for her father to love her, or even just acknowledge her as a person, the larger point is that, like Musashi, she's always felt abandoned by her blood family and as if she has no place to belong. While Michiru's story really only gets a great deal of focus in the final two episodes, they hit hard, and her role in the finale of the season is very bittersweet. It's a potent reminder to Musashi that not everyone can be saved in the way you want to save them, but that the holes in our hearts can be filled a little at a time by knowing that we tried.


The idea of trying your hardest, even when there's no chance of a fully happy ending, is another major theme of this set of episodes. Musashi goes through periods where he's down and can't seem to do anything right, resulting in some near misses as far as his future is concerned, but all of that does appear to be in service of the final few episodes. His gradual growth is perhaps seen better in hindsight, so the series might work better watched all at once rather than on a week-by-week basis. Watching other characters learn the lessons Musashi needs to fully internalize can be grating, but it does seem to have worked out by the end. It's also impressive how he never forgets his promise to Kojiro and their shared goal, given that the two aren't together for most of this storyline.


On the whole, Orient's second cour isn't quite as good as its first. It's still enjoyable in a lot of ways, and the attention paid to character development remains a major strength. The final episode hits hard, even if it's clearly not the end of the story. At least the manga is being published in English as I write this, so even if we don't get another season of the anime, we can pick up the books to find out if anything can take the sting out of the end.


Brian Minchin expressed early on to Mathieson that the Mummy might force the episode to be broadcast at a later time as the BBC judged it to be too scary. Minchin had repeatedly tried to have it shown in the series trailer, but the corporation would not allow it. (DWM 478)


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Luc Orient was originally serialized inthe weekly comic magazine "Tintin"starting in 1966. It was one of the many series simultaneously launched by its then-editor Greg to give the magazine a needed facelift. Luc Orient's adventures were then collected as a seriesof graphic novels by Editions du Lombard, starting in 1969. The series continued regularly with one or two volumes per year until episode 13 released in 1978. After"Tintin" cancellation in 1978(following several name changes), the later episodes were released sporadically. Episode 16 was written by Paape himself. "Episode 17" was not a single new story but a collection of short stories previously published in thedigest-sized "Tintin Pocket"in the early 1970s and reformatted for graphic novel publication. Episode 18, released in 1994, seems tobe the last in the series.


Under the pseudonym of "Michel Denys", Greg wrote and drew the adventures of Jacques Bertrand, reporter of the daily London Planet,who fights crime as -- THE CAT. His mainfoe is the mysterious crime syndicate boss "Number 1".26 episodes were serialized in the magazine "Heroic Albums" in 1953.


The good news for the Orient community is that the original manga series by Shinobu Ohtaka is still ongoing, meaning the team at A.C.G.T will have plenty of source material left to adapt. In fact, episode 12 of Orient is expected to cover up until the end of the Daito Mine Arc, which ran from chapter 18 to 42 in the original manga series.


The Orient anime series is reaching its conclusion today, both domestically in Japan and internationally via the Crunchyroll streaming service. In fact, Orient fans are getting a double-dose of content, with both episodes 11 and 12 set to release today, March 23rd, on Crunchyroll.


Because then we got to the small matter of how to stop reality and the universe falling apart (the stars has disappeared by the time we got to this episode). The answer? A second Big Bang, involved the Tardis, and the light from the Pandorica. That way, using the atoms that had been trapped in the Pandorica with Amy, the universe could be put right. 041b061a72


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