Well, I can’t exactly say I was expecting too much from this show’s ending, so I wasn’t really let down. To give a dramatic summary of the final episode: So after watching an entire season of Sogo relying on Roman and Moura to fight his battles for him, watch as he spends the final episode…letting Moura and Felia fight the final battle for him…while he’s asleep and not even watching. I’m also going to try not to spend too much time talking about how the final boss was only trying to destroy the planet because she was lonely. I don’t even know where to begin on that. Also, did they ever really explain how Sogo’s mother fit into everything or was she really just a plot device to start his obsession with crystals?
It should come as no surprise that I didn’t find this show fun. It was introduced as a potentially interesting series with decent sound and visuals, an okay premise, and potentially awesome mecha battles, but it felt mostly squandered on a boring slice-of-life focus in the first half and a somewhat strange love story in the second half. Also, I’m still seething about the fact that the majority of the series had to pass before Sogo got in the freaking mecha. So let’s just move on, shall we?