When things are good, they are great! Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3 brings many fun action scenes to our screens, alongside beautifully animated moments that look as good as anything we have ever seen. Let’s find out what this episode was all about in this review!
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3 Overview
Fena: Pirate Princess is an Action-Adventure series that is developed by Production IG. Production IG is a studio that is very well known for developing instant classics such as Attack on Titan, Haikyuu, and Vinland Saga. It is an original anime, so it isn’t adapted from or inspired by any manga or light novel. The series is created and directed by Kazuto Nakazawa, previously known for directing episodes in anime like Samurai Champloo and B: The Beginning.
This episode is known as Kaizoku Oujo Episode 3 in original Japanese. If you missed our review of the previous episode in this series, click here to read it!
– Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3 Review does not contain spoilers –
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3 Review- The Plot
One can’t help but compare Fena: Pirate Princess to Samurai Champloo. Both of them centre around a girl who is on a path to do something significant. Great warriors also surround the girl to protect her at any cost, and there is a lot of comedy, violence, and bloodshed. Bodies fly around with reckless abandon as people die left, right and centre. Yukimaru and Jin are also almost lookalikes, and that doesn’t help. Both of the shows are also set in Samurai times.
What I’m getting at here is that Samurai Champloo is as close to a masterpiece as one show can get, and being compared to something that good can only ever mean good things for a new show. Fena: Pirate Princess still has a long way to go, but there is a ton of potential here. With the team behind this anime, I have a ton of confidence that it will indeed be a very good anime.
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3 involved the pirate team landing on the lawless island of Barbaral to get supplies. There are many great character moments and action scenes, and we find out more about the destination of our “Kaizoku”, or pirate group. A very well down episode.
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3 Review- The Characters
The show has a literal boatload of characters, which is a blessing and a curse. It means that there will always be one or two characters that you would like, but they might not get developed and get lost in the shuffle due to the abundance of roles. Plenty of shows have made this many characters work. Just ask My Hero Academia or IG’s juggernaut Attack on Titan. It seems like they have the blueprints, so I’m not concerned at all. I’m sure it will be fine.
As for Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3, the twins get a lot of development, and Fena gets some. There isn’t much else to say, other than we got to know the pirate team a little better. Lots of time to explore; hang on for a bit.
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3 Review- The Art and Music
The animation and sound quality of the show are astounding. The art style lends itself well to great action scenes on top of the beautiful scenery, which the show has delivered upon without fail in the first three episodes. The sea shanty-esque score and the battle OST were great, and the fights were very well animated. Two thumbs up.
A flawless episode, Fena Pirate Princess Episode 3 exudes hard work and quality. It is one of those rare shows with something in it for everyone, and this episode was no different. I am very excited to catch more of the series!
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