RX132 Preshow: Kamen Rider Ghost 18 Reactions and Questions

The deadline for submitting feedback for Ghost 18 for -RX! 132 is Today, WEDNESDAY, February 17, 2016 12:30pm PST, but we welcome feedback anytime after that as well in our comments section, in or inbox or through Twitter or on Tumblr.

Hello everyone, this is Ammit here. I have some thoughts about Ghost 18.

This show is officially holding to much back. Takeru went to Ganma World, but encountered no one and saw nothing of significance beyond the Monolith of Monoliths surrounded by smaller Monoliths… perhaps. The tease has gone on long enough that I’m starting to chafe and as it stands I’m about ready to feign elation and just be done with all the fancy movements the production is making. I wish Ghost’s Creatives could hear my frustration and give me more faster because that’s what I need. I do enjoy the bits reaching in to Prince Alain’s past and how the Fukami siblings met him and his here-to-fore-unmentioned SISTER. She seems interesting. We also finally learn that Prince Adel is his brother and the preview for the next episode got me thinking about how murky things are in the Ganma royal family. Who is the current Emperor? Where is their father? What about their mother?

Enough from me. We want to hear from you, so we have some questions for you to ponder so you can share your robust thoughts with us.

Bonus question: Are you frustrated with the pacing on the Ganma side of the show?

Let’s make this official:

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Kamen Rider Ghost 18 Comeback! Fantastical Science!

What are your bones to pick in Ghost 18?

What were the top 3 Woah-ments for you in Ghost 18?

On Eyecons

Do you think we’ll see the Knife Ganma Eyecon again?

In the preview we saw that Mob Ganma again, would it bother you if all the previous Ganma came back by way of Igor’s ability to load them into his Urourder?

Are you pleased with how the Heroic Eyecons are being united? Did it work with Himiko and Newton this episode?

Forcing Perspective

[Over-Time] Kamen Rider Ghost - 18SD [69C70969].mp4_snapshot_06.10_[2016.02.17_05.29.25]

Takeru was hardly in Ganma World. Was that a cop out from the show?

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Is Akari lacking any more development? Is she in a good place?

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Do we need to see any more focus placed on Onari, like the treatment Akari got over these two episodes?

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RX130 Preshow: Kamen Rider Ghost 16 Reactions and Questions

The deadline for submitting feedback for Ghost 15 for -RX! 129 is Thursday February 4, 20106 12:30pm PST, but we welcome feedback anytime after that as well in our comments section, in or inbox or through Twitter or on Tumblr.

Hello everyone, this is Ammit here. I have some thoughts and feelings about mortality and postmortem legacy sparked by the last two episodes of Ghost.

The Creatives behind Kamen Rider Ghost have made a brilliant move in making the enemy and “truly evil” Rider in this series named and themed after a necromancer because of the deeper messages being said about what Prince Aran’s Ganma Empire represents and as a bonus it defines Kamen Rider Ghost as a Social Justice Warrior. The Empire is fueled by those who are less than it. The individuals mean nothing and are fungible as all that is required for the System to work is that they are used by it or that their constituent parts can be used to further the efforts and goal of whoever is at the helm of the System. The Ganma Eyecons which turn into what I call GanMooks are nameless, faceless and devoid of any autonomy or will so they conform to the wishes of the system. In a way, someone with no name or face or autonomy is dead, because those elements, particularly the volition, take the husk of corporeality and truly give it life. Our names and faces are representative of our individuality by hearing and sight and are evidence of the spark that animates us. Necrom as an embodiment of that Imperialist system doesn’t care. Prince Aran uses the Heroic Eyecons who have names, distinct appearances and a will of their own against their wishes. His Imperial might crushes the Heroic Eyecons into submission with jack booted authority bequeath to him by the Royal family’s power over the dead encapsulated in Necrom. He manipulates the dead and forces them to do his will by some unknown magic.

What makes this all stand out even more is the shift in Prince Aran after interacting more with Makoto and Aran. He conflates or minimizes the states of existence that are living and dead because they mean nothing to him, not as a spirit being or undead of some sort but as an individual straddling a system of oppression that reduces and categorizes the masses into macronutrients all ultimately serving as a support system for the select few privileged enough to be at the top.

Enough from me. We want to hear from you, so we have some questions for you to ponder so you can share your robust thoughts with us.

Bonus question: do you think Necrom is the only Rider-y Eyecon the Royal Family has in their possession?

Let’s make this official:

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Kamen Rider Ghost 16 Perfection! The White Rider!

Bones To Pick

What issues did you have with Ghost 16?

Greatest Woah-ments

What were some of your favorite thing in these episodes? Please keep it to no more than 3 Woah-ments for each episode.

On Eyecons

Do you like Necrom’s brace changer, the changer’s voice, the projector-ish thing it does and the overall look of the suit?

 How did the design for the GRIMM Hoodie work for you?

Forcing Perspective

Is Necrom’s time-limit and need to refuel on GanMooks appealing to you? From a thematic perspective do you think it was designed specifically to counter everything Takeru is about?

Is Necrom and the Ganma Empire hitting the Imperialism is Evil concept too hard already?

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RX129 Preshow: Kamen Rider Ghost 15 Reactions and Questions

The deadline for submitting feedback for Ghost 15 for -RX! 129 is Thursday January 28, 20106 12:30pm PST, but we welcome feedback anytime after that as well in our comments section, in or inbox or through Twitter or on Tumblr.

Hello everyone, this is Ammit here. I have some thoughts and feelings about mortality and postmortem legacy sparked by the last two episodes of Ghost.

I’m not sure this was such a good episode. There were separate parts I liked a lot and a few low points that just didn’t work for me. Prince Aran coming to Makoto again to offer him a chance to correct the mistakes he has made is a fantastic humanizing touch that adds a layer of complexity to Aran and gives an ominous vibe to Makoto, who says he will live as a human. What could that mean? Is Makoto still human, is he removing himself from the royal family’s protection in favor of siding with the Humans who the Imperialist Ganma intend to exploit? Was Makoto previously in alignment with those plans? There is so much going on here that draws me into the show and keeps it ringing in my head long after I’ve turned it off. My mind drifts to other ideas in this epiosde that I liked, but pulling at my mind’s eye is the sight of Kanon captured, bound and carried by her big brother. Kanon has been tough and while Javert did this before with Shibuya, it felt so much nastier this time. More personal for Javert and Makoto, but Kanon seemed denigrated to the level of an object this two guys were fighting over. Onari and Akari, heck maybe even Narita were there to free Shibuya while Takeru faced Javert previously and he was free from danger as soon as his purpose as a lure had been served. Javert wanted to use Kanon and threats to her safety to motivate Makoto and it just doesn’t sit well with me. Especially when Kanon isn’t given the time to sass or be outraged that Aran has betrayed her and is trying to use her to get to Makoto. There is more, but time is short and this will do for now.

Anyway, enough from me. We want to hear from you, so we have some questions for you to ponder so you can share your robust thoughts with us.

Bonus question: did you have any issues with Kanon’s abduction?

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15 Anguish! The Hard-Headed Escape King!

Bones To Pick

What issues did you have with Ghost 15?

Greatest Woah-ments

What were some of your favorite thing in these episodes? Please keep it to no more than 3 Woah-ments for each episode.

On Eyecons

 

How do you like the Spectre Houdini aesthetics?

Was the arc of Houdini bequeathing his power to Makoto satisfying?

How did you like Takeru’s interaction with Musashi overall and in respect to the way it was shot, how Musashi looked and their conversation?

Forcing Perspective

 

How did Kanon come off? Was Kanon used properly?

Is Javert really gone this time?

Generally

Do you have questions for us? Do you have any comments for us regarding Ghost?

RX128 Preshow: Kamen Rider Ghost 13-14 Reactions and Questions

The deadline for submitting feedback for Ghost 13-14 for -RX! 128 is Wednesday January 20, 20106 12:30pm PST, but we welcome feedback anytime after that as well in our comments section, in or inbox or through Twitter or on Tumblr.

Hello everyone, this is Ammit here. I have some thoughts and feelings about mortality and postmortem legacy sparked by the last two episodes of Ghost.

Carrying on someone else’s dream is featured in Kamen Rider Ghost 13-14. This seems like it will explicitly be the set up for this leg of the show and in a way looking back, was a massive undercurrent in the first 12 episodes. Ryu did tell Takeru he was sorry for leaving this mess behind and in a flashback we saw him tell Dr. Igarashi they were working at something to preserve a future for Humanity. Ryu died and it seems he failed to accomplish his mission which has fallen to Takeru.

A dead someone’s dream or the wish of a dear one departed can be a burden or a blessing. Death changes people. Obviously the dead are gone and whether they are asleep in the earth or compost, depending on your worldview, their part here is done except for the ripple of their life reverberating through and past those close to them. It’s interesting to think about a person’s life in terms of a ripple upon the surface of placid waters because there are so many different types of people and so many different ways to orient one’s life that the simple analogy fails to plumb the depths and express the granularity of the truth. One could argue that because we live in an increasingly connected world that the shockwaves of our actions should all cancel out and distort each other, but I would say that it is more like we are all connected in an even more fantastical way than the wonders of modernity might lead us to believe. People are squishy and set in their ways and set in our connections. Each of us has an impressive ability to distance ourselves from things happening around us as well as connect to things far away and even the nonexistent. It is like we all form webs of different sizes shapes and orientations that connect to few or many points and that each of these points affixes to the structure of the world everyone builds around them from whatever they have in hand. When we lose someone, when they are ripped away or fall from the scaffolding attached to this tangled, sticky mess – everything shifts. The central tether holding their microcosm is severed and the slack causes it to collapse in on itself. Lines tear away from tension while other slump and others hold fast, each according to their mettle and circumstance.

Yoshiyuki’s death tore his father and brother apart because both were trying to honor his memory. The father who had lost his son, a very real part of himself made manifest and given a separate will from his own, who fled from him because of a conflict was lost forever. Satsunoshin clung to the memory of his son and was terrified to pull at the threads connected to the ruins of his life for fear that even the rubble and debris might be lost to him. The son who lost his older brother wanted to hold on to the dream that they shared and the dear one with whom they shared it, their father. The rubble of his Yoshiyuki’s tragic end would never be disturbed, and nothing could bring him back, but Nagamasa didn’t want to also let their dream die and strove toward even without their father.

Takeru was able to help the Tamuras connect the tattered web of their life back together and has patched his own to a large extent, but will he be able to live out his father’s dream of preserving a future full of potential? Will Takeru find his own dream?

Anyway, enough from me. We want to hear from you, so we have some questions for you to ponder so you can share your robust thoughts with us.

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13 Daring! The Man Who Lives Freely!

AND

14 Magnificent! Dawn for Earth!

Bones To Pick

What issues did you have with Ghost 13 and 14?

Greatest Woah-ments

What were some of your favorite thing in these episodes? Please keep it to no more than 3 Woah-ments for each episode.

On Eyecons

Kamen Rider Ghost 14-Boost is the New Base-OE-1

How do you like Boost as the base form for the newer Heroic Eyecons?

Kamen Rider Ghost 13-Takeru meets RYOMA-OE-2

What do you think about the Ryoma Heroic Eyecon possessing Nagamasa? Would you like to see more of this in the future?

Takeru talks to the Sakamoto Ryoma Heroic Eyecon

What are your thoughts in the shift in how the Heroic Eyecons are expressing themselves that started in Ghost 12 with Musashi? Do you but that they have just being silent all this time when they have the capacity to interact with Takeru?

Forcing Perspective

Cathcing up from last episode, which felt a bit like recapping the first 12... maybe, with Ryoma eating in the corner

How did this continuation of the series work for you? Did it seem like a reset?

Prince Aran asks his brother the Ganma Emperor why the truth about the Heroic Eyecon's capabilities was kept from him

Why would the Emperor hide the Heroic Eyecon’s ability to give someone a body?

Prince Aran's brother, the Ganma Emperor dismisses the value of a living body

Are the Ganma including Aran and his brother actually dead or not living?

Generally

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RX125 Preshow: Kamen Rider Ghost 09-10 Reactions and Questions

The deadline for submitting feedback for Ghost 09and 10 for -RX! 125 is Thursday December 17, 2015 2:00pm PST, but we welcome feedback anytime after that as well in our comments section, in or inbox or through Twitter or on Tumblr.

Hello everyone, this is Ammit here. I have some thoughts and feelings about Ghost this week. This show is so great and Imma bout to tell you why.

Goodness gracious me, this show is well made so far. There were some rough patches in the beginning, but for the last month Ghost has been on fire! Onari and Akari are both nestled comfortably in their grooves, no longer at risk of slipping out of them and spinning dangerously out of control until they come to a sudden stop imbedded in the viewer’s eyes, shins or guts. We know who all the players are and the roles they play, but now there are more threads running to far off places. These new threads sizzle and burn like fuses set to blow at any time or anywhere and we know this because we have only just noticed their presence. How long ago were these fuses lit? How much longer can they burn? Where will the cast be when they go off? What tectonic shifts will occur and how will they change the show?

I can’t wait to find out the answers to the above questions, but I would like to focus my thoughts on something that just hit me this week. We have already witnessed a big shift in who the main trio are in this show. Takeru, Akari and Onari started off as three people dealing with the Ganma’s existence and paranormal phenomena as the undecided, the skeptic and the believer. Akari and Onari each pulled at Takeru to join them on their side of the divide. Takeru decided to believe in what he experienced himself and remained open to all the outlandish possibilities. Onari and Akari have been affected by Takeru’s stance as well as the things they have observed and been involved with and the gap between them has closed somewhat. Onari trusts in Akari’s ability to discern through science, hidden realities of the Ganma and Akari is open to accepting that this madness is happening and doing everything she can to apply the scientific method to and design a means for her to interact with the Ganma through definite, repeatable methods. All of this happened by about episode 6 and so the apparent trajectory of Ghost taking on the issue of Faith V Science seems to have fallen away. Since then we’ve seen two other three-way relationships take focus to shape the narrative.

The two trios upon which the narrative seems to be hung in this portion of the show are that of the Ghost Hunter, the Scientist and the Traitor. There are two sets of characters who fill these roles, separated by the 10 year gap when they are actively serving in their roles. 10 years ago Ryu Tenkuuji with the assistance of Dr. Igarashi, his scientist friend and Saionji, who also seems to be a scientist, betrayed Ryu and Igarashi. They were researching the Monolith and through it trying to stop something inevitable and terrifying. Igarashi had the know-how to attack the issue, Ryu had the faith and put forth a great effort to see that it was stopped so that others would have a future and Saionji who had the power to help them, sought to meet his own ends and selfishly betrayed them.

10 years later another terrible inevitability is being faced, Takeru has 99 days to gather the 15 Eyecons to restore his life, Makoto likely has 99 days to save Kanon and a larger threat looms just off in the distance. Akari sees the days ticking away and is so concerned with her friend’s impending doom that she can’t see a way for Takeru to help save Kanon without giving up his own life. Akari is just on the cusp of discerning the monolith’s purpose working off of Igarashi’s work and can only do so much to save Takeru from Makoto’s malicious intent. Akari warns him, but without the power of a Rider or really strong Ganma or something else, she is as of yet unable to do anything but try to reason with him. Makoto is resolved to no longer trust anyone. Takeru offers to help Makoto, but he refuses, choosing to see himself at odds with his former friend. All along Makoto has advocated ignoring the pain of others and refusing to help them so that he could maintain his focus on saving his sister. Sometime before Makoto and Kanon went into the Ganma’s world, Ryu Tenkuuji told little Makoto that he should have the heart of a hero and open his mind’s eye to do whatever he can to ensure that the future thrives and that he can help others. We see that Makoto has forgotten that, like he forgot the closeness he shared with Takeru and Akari and how he forgets to take Kanon into consideration while working to save her.

The Tenkuujis seem to be these bearers of hope and light to those around them and selflessly give of themselves to support those they can and see that others will continue to be secure even when they aren’t. Ryu asked Igarashi to have faith in the next generation and Takeru was willing to give up the Robin Hood Eyecon that Mari would live. It feels like the show is over the hurdle of faith versus science, because we are here regardless of what started things and has moved on to looking at how we deal with the world we are in. Do we embrace those around us and seek to work together for a common goal or do we turn from others and seek to meet only our own ends at the expense of others? Takeru may be striving to collect the 15 Eyecons to resurrect himself, but along the way he refused to put himself ahead of others, saved their lives and is willing to make sure Kanon is revived before himself. Makoto is cold and hard and the very sister he is trying to save is protesting that she no longer knows him. He is wholly devoted to the single goal of saving Kanon and is losing himself and her in the process. Takeru is on the precipice of giving up his life for Kanon’s but in that is approaching his goal of letting his life burn brightly and is lauded by his friends for his intention. It seems that until Makoto opens his mind’s eye he cannot become a hero as Ryu asked of him, while Takeru and Akari are walking that path already. He really is the Traitor in this scenario. Let’s see if his connection to Kanon can bring him back from the edge of if he will be a lonely figure of spite like Saionji.

Anyway, enough of my thoughts. What do you think?

Are there other character trios in the show? What do they say? Am I right on the current thesis of the show?

The unKamenCrew wants to hear your thoughts, comments and questions on:

Kamen Rider Ghost 09- Towering! The Man of Devotion!

Kamen Rider Ghost 10- 15 Eyecons, Assembled!

Bones To Pick

What issues did you have with Ghost 09 and 10?

Greatest Woah-ments

What were some of your favorite thing in these episodes? Please keep it to no more than 3 Woah-ments for each episode.

On Eyecons

OE-1-Benkei-2

How much do you like the Benkei Eyecon?

Is Benkei the first Eyecon to have two different versions of the finisher?

Makoto's Other OE-3-Heroic Eyecons

Where do you think Makoto got those other Eyecons? Did he have to let people die to get them, like Takeru could have with Mari and the Robin Hood Eyecon?

Spectre's Treason-2

Javert says that Makoto acting for a personal reason is “treason”. What ties do you think Makoto has to Alan’s “family”, and to what degree do you think Alan is acting regarding Makoto? Is Alan covering for Makoto or does he really have his own agenda?

Forcing Perspective

FP-1-On Life Agency

Is Ghost sending mixed messages about the agency one has over their own life?

FP-2-No to Suicide

Is Ghost saying “no” to suicide with Takeru realizing that he is not the only one with the right to value his life?

FP-3-No to Life

What do you think about Kanon saying she doesn’t want to come back to life if Makoto will become a terrible person to make it happen?

FP-4-A

FP-4-B

FP-4-C

FP-4-E

The flashback to Ryu and Igarashi’s conversation in Ghost 09 made it look like they saw impending doom and Ryu had to assure Igarashi they could somehow stop it. Takeru has just over 3 weeks left until he becomes completely dead and unable to act in the world. Especially with his decision to save Kanon first, Takeru has to assure Akari that he will be able to save himself to. Do the Tenkuujis have blind faith or confidence and firm belief and with whom does it play better?

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RX124 Preshow: Kamen Rider Ghost 07-08 Reactions and Questions

The deadline for submitting feedback to be aired on -RX! 124 is Thursday December 3, 2015 2:00pm PST, but we welcome feedback anytime after that as well in our comments section, in or inbox or through Twitter or on Tumblr.

First off, I really enjoyed this Ghost two-parter. The whole thing was done really well. It felt familiar and refreshing because it was been about two months since we left Drive in the rear view mirror with its frequent “traditional” two-part episodes. The “standard” two-parter is one of my least favorite aspects of Kamen Rider. The structure of Ghost so far has been gloriously Showa-spirited, so one-shot that having this bigger story felt good, it was like getting a Rider feast. I look forward to more two-parters sprinkled in the series and maybe even a longer arc! I love this show so much. It is so fun and so enjoyable. Mostly. A sticking pint for me is Makoto’s apparent Sister Complex.

Narukami's Fight Card

“It’s only natural.”

-Yu Narukami Sister Complex Kingpin of Steel, from Persona 4 Arena

We get this compelling pathos. Makoto is worked over a bit by Saionji and then shifts immediately to thinking that his trust in Ryu Tenkuuji had been misplaced. He goes on this spell of not really knowing what to think anymore. Makoto is so clearly conflicted and it was riveting to see him struggle with articulating his confusion and anger to the son of the man who condemned him and his sister to hell for 10 years. Makoto feels like Takeru and the others abandoned him and Kanon and what’s more, Takeru’s father, someone he believed in betrayed him and his sister. By the end of the episode we see Makoto making a vow to a reticent Kanon, which is what dropped the cement pellet into my gut. I have a bad feeling about how Makoto regards his little sister.

I’m sure that the intention is there. I think Ghost’s creatives want me to feel unsettled by Makoto imbalance. He is obviously off-kilter. The conversation Makoto has with Saionji early in 08 sowed and manured and watered the seeds of Makoto’s hyper sensitivity regarding Kanon. Obviously I have never experienced something like he has, but the fact that Makoto tells Takeru he doesn’t deserve to speak his little sister’s name and nearly goes into berserker mode because of it fully set in bloom the garden that expresses his unhealthy relationship with his sister. Going back to that final scene, I am hopeful that Ghost’s creative team will give Kanon agency and continue to let her voice her feelings. How can Makoto actually, maturely, respectfully have a relationship with Kanon if he doesn’t consider how she feels? It feels like Makoto treats Kanon like a possession at this point and that really scares me for the both of them. That is a path that can only lead to sorrow. I am happy to be made uncomfortable by Makoto’s personal arc and the arc of the Makoto-Kanon relationship as long as it spends the appropriate amount of time in each stage and ends in a healthy place.

Anyway, enough of my thoughts. What do you think?

What do you think about Makoto having a sister complex? Am I reading this correctly, does Makoto in fact have a sister complex? How do you feel a main character in Ghost having a Sister Complex?

The unKamenCrew wants to hear your thoughts, comments and questions on:

Kamen Rider Ghost 07 Bullseye! The Legendary Gunman! AND

Kamen Rider Ghost 08 Activating the Other Monolith!

Bones To Pick

What issues did you have with Ghost 07 and 08?

Greatest Woah-ments

What were some of your favorite thing is this episode? Please keep it to no more than 3 Woah-ments.

On Eyecons

Yurusen Explains Ganma Possession-1Yurusen Explains Ganma Possession-2

Do you think Saionji or Aran was possessed for 99+ days and that is why they are doing what they are doing?

Saionji Disrespecting Ryu Tenkuuji

Do you believe Saionji’s story about Ryu Tenkuuji being the one who wanted to experiment on humans?

Kanon Might Disagree

Do you think Kanon could disallow Makoto to henshin somehow?

Forcing Perspective

Ganma Monolith Debris

What message did you get from this episode?

Bat-Clock-SurveilanceAkari and the Spider-Lantern

Are the helper robots too helpful? Do you like their multiple functions? Does the Spider-Lantern’s spectral illumination take anything away from Akari making the Shiranui blaster?

Sis-Com Red Flag-3Sis-Com Red Flag-4

What is the deal with Makoto’s sister complex? What does that mean in anime and tokusatsu and what does it tell you about the show and its creatives?

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RX123 Preshow: Kamen Rider Ghost 06 Reactions and Questions

UPDATE: RX 123 is out now. You can here it HERE.

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Kamen Rider Ghost 06 Destiny! The Comeback Melody!

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Akari is so amazing in so many ways, that I’m not sure where to begin. She carried a ton of weight this episode and got to do so much good stuff! Her relationships with Takeru, Onari, Ganma and the ethereal plane keep changing and growing and it is a joy to watch.

Besides Akari’s awesomeness though, Onari really shone this episode and the way Takeru worked through his issues was fantastic. The writing and directing feel like they have congealed into a consistently pleasing form and I want more NOW!

Best episode of Ghost yet!

-Ammit

Now it’s your turn. Share your thoughts on:

Bones To Pick

What issues did you have with Ghost 06?

Greatest Woah-ments

What were some of your favorite thing is this episode? Please keep it to no more than 3 Woah-ments.

On Eyecons

Sweater

Do you think Sweater will give Makoto back the Edison Eyecon?

Makoto and Sibling

Makoto speaks with his sibling who is in his Self Soul Eyecon. How do you like that?

Screenshot_2015-11-18-20-48-48

Hat is socially engineering people to make them fertile ground to produce Eyecons, given Sage’s words to the monolith do you think he is doing the same?

Beethoven-Look4

Beethoven-Look3

How do you like Beethoven aesthetically and functionally?

Forcing Perspective

What message did you get from this episode?

Generally

Do you have questions for us? Do you have any comments for us regarding Ghost?