Dimension W has been a very confusing show overall. I am certain that the last few episodes will give Dimension W a much needed boost in ratings since they are slightly more interesting and they actually answer some of the many questions.
I must admit that the ending was rather mediocre. I kind of put my money on our robotic heroine when it came to that Genesis weapon. Let’s face it; it’s a weapon more than anything else. But that is really all there is to it. I do not expect another season but since mediocre shows tend to get more and more content I can’t say for certain that this will be the last we will see of Dimension W.
What bothers me most is that we followed this story for about three months and we’re basically back to where we first started… The coils are still very much present, afro-kun still works as a collector, that poor kid will have to make do with robotic bodies and basically nobody other than those present on that island will ever notice a change since not much has changed if you look at the big picture.Read More
I have to admit that the ending is starting to look pretty promising. Things have picked up again. No more mixed scenes or nonsense flashbacks. We’re wrapping things up rapidly and I am loving it once again!
So afro-kun has finally remembered most of it. He and only he knows where the all-powerful Genesis is and the one that used to control it (somewhat) has been turned into a giant monster. This must’ve been a huge blow for Loser. To see his beloved wife in that form when he himself has been scarred for life… Painful doesn’t begin to describe it.
What’ll happen? Well, I think it’s fairly obvious. Afro-kun will remember what he did with that Genesis thing, probably use it to dispose of that insane scientist and the monster that he’s created and then he’ll probably end up destroying it somehow so that nobody will ever use it again. I doubt that another character will end up taking it from him at this point.Read More
This is bizarre. They (tried to) explain so much and I still have no idea what the point of it at all was. Dimension W has a good start and it was fun to watch at first, but with every episode it gets slightly less fun and slightly more complicated.
It’s kind of disappointing but even the ratings on pretty much any major anime website are slowly dropping. I can remember that Dimension W was holding on firmly to an eight when it first started. Now it’s barely hanging on to a seven. And why? Because they throw in weird scenes that nobody wants to see and because they complicated things.
I mean, afro-kun returned from his trip down memory lane and we’re still nowhere near the answer. I thought we’d get to see something cool when he lost his temper, but no… Usually when they build up a story like this it means that they’re planning one hell of a finish. Normally. But I won’t get my hopes. I’m preparing for the worst whilst hoping for the best.Read More
I guess I should be happy with this episode? Should I be though? We are nearing the end once again and there’s still very little explained. At least we learned how that African kid ended up a cyborg. That was pretty cool.
So afro-kun ended up being swallowed up by that sphere and ended up in a world where he relives his past. That means we’ll be learning more and more about this character and why there are people that think that he’s the key to all of it. Apparently he’s an important figure in the world of coils even though he himself has forgotten it.
It’s my guess that afro-kun worked security or something when the coils were first made. Either that or he stole one or more of those numbered coils when things went south with his girl. Ah, who knows? I watched this episode drunk so not all of it sunk in to be very honest. All I know for sure is that I like it when they showed us what happened in Africa during that time.Read More
This episode certainly did not live up to my expectations. Yes, it was quite interesting in a way, but after last week’s build-up I expected a lot more, you know? Maybe it was just wrong for me to expect more than… this.
Afro-collector arrived on the island alright, but things aren’t going as smoothly as they expected. People are being taken to that mysterious dimension and the characters that were supposed to help those Africans with their objective are now starting to turn on each other in order to make sure that someone else doesn’t walk away with the reward.
Things that were once “gone” are now coming back and things that were there are now “gone”. Not really sure how that works, but it will allow for quite a few interesting scenarios. I’m not really a big fan of afro-kun’s new digging friends, seeing as everyone has an ulterior motive in these stories, but I think we’ll see quite a bit of action with them around.Read More
I know this is a bit late to say it after all we’ve seen so far, but I’ve seen a lot of inconsistencies. I am well aware that this is a sci-fi genre show and that you really need to be open-minded, but it’s still a little disappointing sometimes.
First thing’s first; I enjoyed finally learning a bit more about our protagonist. We finally know why he joined that monstrous team of killers and we have a pretty good idea of why he hates coils now. It’s a little disappointing to have to wait until next week before the action actually starts, but I suppose its fine now that a few questions of mine have been answered.
Now then, I don’t like the idea of our heroine, a robot girl, sweating and crying. I know it’s insignificant and rather unimportant, but it just bugs me. It’s like that SpongeBob nonsense about a character lighting a fire on the bottom of the ocean. Thank god I only have to watch that crap when my niece comes over. But yeah, even though it’s a futuristic story and all, I still wouldn’t mind a little bit more realism (not that harvesting energy from a different dimension is very realistic or anything).Read More
It’s been a while since I last wrote two posts a day. I couldn’t write one yesterday because I was absolutely exhausted. Holding my penis when peeing proved to be quite challenging. Now I realize that, because of my new job, I just don’t have it in me anymore to write two or more posts a day regularly.
Anyway, nice episode! I was really keeping my fingers crossed ever since the last episode. I honestly didn’t want another blast-from-the-past-episode. This was simply great and it’ll obviously lead to several other great episodes by the looks of it. It actually makes me want to look forward to watching Dimension W as fast as possible again.
What do I expect? Well, we have an African cyborg prince and a powerful African organisation that seem to be holding some kind of competition. What’s more; that prince appears to be strong enough to break in to places and destroy other (military-grade) bots. Not to mention that Loser is one numbered coil away from achieving his goal. Things just got interesting.Read More
This may sound a little strange even though I enjoyed watching this episode, but it feels kind of out of place. It wasn’t really an episode I’d expect to see from this show. Now that I’ve actually written that I see how strange that sounds.
Last week’s episode was already pretty out there with that whole ghost thing. Now they added a few more scoops of that by making it a little more complicated. Say whatever you want about it overall, I simply thought of it as quite a romantic story about a guy that would be willing to do anything for that one girl.
Oh, and I still stand by what I said; it would be awesome if our robot heroine had kept that numbered coil for herself. It’ll probably happen at the end of the series if it’ll happen at all. Also, a little bit more background information on both main characters wouldn’t go amiss at this point. We’re nearly halfway now.Read More