The final episode does what most of the season failed to make you do, care about the fate of the characters.
It’s the same ole, same ole, for Garo – Vanishing Line as villains are slain without really getting to have their moment.
It’s the beginning of the end and pretty much it is do or die. Either do find a way to stop King or die at the hands of his remaining minions.
At long last, we see King’s true form and… he kind of looks inspired by an Axolotl.
Sword and Sophie seemingly will only be in El Dorado for just this episode, but what happens seems to be part of the show’s redemption mission.
Once again the villains of the show get overexposed, but at least we get one step closer to Sophie being reunited with her brother – if he is alive.
You know how people will swear, “It gets better” when talking about a show? It seems Garo – Vanishing Line, is trying to convince us the filler is over.
We’re still nowhere near El Dorado, but Bishop and Christopher decide to try to kidnap Sophie and kill Sword. That’s something right?
Sword and co. still aren’t in El Dorado, likely won’t be until episode 18 at the earliest, but we do follow up on his younger sibling and his reason for wanting to go to El Dorado.
Rather than follow our well-established heroes, King’s right hand and left hand, Bishop, and Queen, are under the spotlight.