So now things get a little deeper in terms of plot. Instead of the show just being about a boy and his aspirations of world domin—er, I mean stardom–we now have an organization and a scientist out to win the tournament for their own means. This is also a mostly Sei-less episode, and even when we do see him, he doesn’t play a prominent role. No, this episode is all set up. That’s not to say it’s bad–there are two Gundam battles that take place with two new characters who will probably play a bigger role later on.
Er…. to be honest, that’s all I’ve got. I watched this episode a little less than a week ago, and kept putting off writing the review, so I really don’t have much else to say.
A Christian Perspective:
It’s Build Fighters, so of course there’s violence in the form of Gundam fights. Other than that, there is a mild case of what could be called fanservice when the camera pans up the body of a female fighter in a tight body suit. Outside of that, this episode is fairly clean (based on my notes in the Content Guide, at least).
Alcohol/Drug Use: None
Nudity/Sex/Fanservice: The camera pans up the body of a female fighter in a tight body suit
Violence: Gundam battles