However, if you thought the show would be a continuation of last week’s episode, you’d be wrong. See how Reign of the Seven Spellblades Episode 7 tries to deal with the aftermath of the previous episode.
Overview of Reign of the Seven Spellblades Episode 7
Reign of the Seven Spellblades, or Nanatsu no Maken ga Shihai suru, original Japanese, is an action, fantasy anime set in the magical world produced by anime studio JCStaff. The studio is also known for producing and animating popular shows like Toradora and One Punch Man. This volume is also known as Nanatsuma Volume 7.
The series is based on the light novels written by Bokuto Uno and Ruria Miyuki and directed by Masato Matsune. He’s been behind a number of smaller-scale productions before that, even directing shows like Megido 72 and Chronos Ruler. Click here to read a review of the previous volume in the series.
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Review of episode 7 of Reign of the Seven Spellblades-Reverse
What a weird, weird episode of television. After killing a teacher and wearing a mask that helps him rule a group that aims to destroy the school from within, Oliver spends the entire episode as an ally. Now let’s start at the beginning—this is not the subject of this episode, and I’m glad that a fantasy anime series like this can tackle various gender identity issues in a progressive way. and equal. What is puzzling is the timing of the story.
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The show is turning hot with two game-breaking revelations—both Nanao and Oliver’s possession of spell swords, along with Oliver’s quest to avenge the entire school for his betrayal and murder of his mother. The show doesn’t follow that up in the next episode, this episode, except for the first scene, where the teachers get together about it and aren’t overly concerned about the death of one of their accomplices. They all look evil, but none of their characters are explored beyond that.
The last thing we discovered in Reign of the Seven Spellblades Volume 7 was Pete’s gender identity and its flexible nature. It’s refreshing to once see its positivity, in which a character going through these changes is not overtly gendered but is fostered by a community built to help children navigate. lead pass this journey welcome. When you feel different from the people around you, a little support can be all you need to feel welcome and appreciated and make you a more productive member of the team. society, this is well illustrated in the program.
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But, and you know there will be but, none of this feels necessary to the show as it exists right now. Sure, it gave Pete a character just like the movie gave Katie, Oliver and Nanao and just like Guy and Michella would probably get. However, none of that is the really fun part of the show. There is a plot with murders and weapons of destruction of a deadly type that no one even knows about, and this is what you choose to build a plot around.
Oliver is also very good at pretending, or the writer seems to forget the revenge aspect of his character whenever he’s not actively doing it. He doesn’t seem to be hiding anything in other episodes. It’s like Oliver appears on screen in most of the episodes and the school avenger are two different characters. Overall, it wasn’t a bad episode and had some good moments. However, this episode isn’t what everyone expected after the previous episode and shouldn’t have happened at this point in the story.
Episode 7 of Reign of the Seven Spellblades is a strange and unusual sequel to the best episode of the season, and while it’s very active in portraying gender identity, it doesn’t move the plot forward. in any meaningful way.