Stein’s Gate Episode 21 – How Do You Melt a Paradox?
Oh, yes, Mayuri dies again for the hundredth time, like that was a big surprise for anyone. Then again, I’ve started to develop this sympathy for Mayuri. I actually care about what happens to her, and this time when she died, I had a heavy feeling in my heart. Okay, not really, but the sentiment’s still there. It’s a freaking tragedy.
What’s Okabe going to do from now on? Your guess is as good as mine, if I start talking about this honestly. A lot of people would have you believe that they know more about Stein’s Gate and they probably do…they’ve probably played the visual novel already. Anyways, leave a comment about what you think might happen soon and also, click to read more (Because you know there’s more).
I’m not sure if the people behind Stein’s Gate are going to go for a happy ending or a tear-wrenching one, but either way they go, I’m going to enjoy it. It’s been an amazing 14 episodes, because let’s face it, the first few were boring, and I can’t wait for more.
I have this inkling of a feeling that Makise is going to turn out just fine. She’s the main heroine after all, and studios barely ever kill them off. Except for Madoka, but she was an annoying twat (Couldn’t make a stupid wish until the last episode).
Updates to come later, so comment and check back!
Posted on August 25, 2011, in Anime, Episode Reviews, Stein's Gate and tagged Anime, Braun, Daru, Divergence, Episode, FB, Ferdinand, Feyris, Houoin Kyouma, Is, Kiryuu Moeka, Makise Kurisu, Mayuri, Mayushi, Okabe Rintarou, Review, Ruka Urushibara, Rukako, Stein’s Gate, Suzuha Amane, trap, who. Bookmark the permalink. 13 Comments.