Episode Overview Dimension W comes to an end and brings closure to many of the topics brought up since the beginning. Review Summary While Dimension W’s assumed series finale is better than GATE’s assumed season finale, again there is this feeling that more could have been done. Yet, considering Dimension W was a good show…
Overview As we dig deeper into what is known as “Project Genesis” we come closer to solving what is Mira’s purpose, why Kyoma lost his memories, what happened to Loser’s wife and had Haruka lost his mind. Trigger Warning(s): Torture and Blood
Overview As Kyoma continues to recover more and more of his past, so does the details of the Easter Island accident become more clear. Trigger Warning(s): Blood, Dismembered head, and body horror
Overview More background into Grendel, Loser’s origins, Salva’s regrets, and so much more is given as the show builds up to what likely is the series finale.
Overview In episode 8, “The Island That Fell Into Nothingness” the story isn’t pushed ahead too far. Pretty much, outside of some background on Salva, and the aftermath of the Grodia crash, nothing significant happens.
Overview In episode 7, “The Voice Calling from the Past,” we get an almost complete background of Kyoma’s life before Grendel and see how he became part of them, and the aftermath. Also, we learn who Miyabi is.
Overview In Episode 6, “The Wind of Africa” we are introduced to what maybe our first consistent villain. Someone who brings up the possibility of war and whose subordinate may bring Kyoma, and others, to Easter Island. A significant place in Kyoma’s past.
Overview In “The Possibilities of the Dead” we find ourselves really getting to see the power of the Numbers coils, as well as learning the truth about what happened in the past and how they influence the present. Trigger Warning(s): Torture, Attempted Sexual Assault, and Exposed Bones
Overview The show takes an interesting twist as it seems to take on a multi-episode story. One which is a bit of a murder mystery with a numbers coil in the center of it. Trigger Warning(s): Body Horror (exposed bones) & Self Harm
Overview The majority of the episode is focused on explaining what “The Numbers” are, as well as us getting to know the capabilities of Mira, and the sacrifices she is willing to make to become accepted.