Things break down in The Case Study Of Vanitas Season 2 Episode 11 as all the substories come together to form a perfect storm that encapsulates every character and has a devastating impact. Let’s see what this was about in this review!
The Case Study Of Vanitas Season 2 Episode 11 Overview
The Case Study of Vanitas, or Vanitas no Carte in original Japanese, is a supernatural, historical, and vampire show based upon a manga written by Jun Mochizuki. It follows the human-vampire duo of Vanitas and Noe as they try to find out the perpetrator behind the recent impurity in the vampires’ hearts. This episode is also called Vanitas no Carte Season 2 Episode 11, The Case Study of Vanitas Part 2 Episode 11, and Vanitas no Carte Part 2 Episode 11.
This season of Vanitas is being brought to the medium of anime by Studio Bones, a giant behind classic anime shows such as Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood and My Hero Academia. The season is being directed by Tomoyuki Itamura, who also directed part 1 of the show, alongside several shows of the Monogatari series. Click here to read the review of the previous episode in the series.
– Vanitas Part 2 Episode 11 Review does not contain any spoilers –
The Case Study Of Vanitas Season 2 Episode 11 Review- The Present
This was something else. Somehow, despite its initial fumbles and an inauspicious start and managed to deliver an exceptionally engaging final arc that encompasses its entire plot so far. It is without a doubt the best the show has ever been, and it isn’t even at its peak yet. There is much more that the show can do and so much more that it has to offer that was unveiled to us throughout the course of this one episode, and it was glorious.
We’ve spent all this time with Vanitas and Noe, and yet, just like now, we didn’t know a thing about who he was or why he wanted what he wanted until Misha came along to show it to us in the previous episode. It was a heavy episode, showcasing all the tortures that Vanitas and Misha endured at the hands of that horrifying monster that called himself a scientist. However, enduring them seemed worth it just because we got to take a look at Vanitas’ past and how he met the vampire of the blue moon.
But there’s a reason why Vanitas is so protective of his past, and while we don’t know that reason yet, we do know that it’s something he would give or take several lives for. For someone like Vanitas, that’s a big deal, especially as we already saw how kind he actually is and how much he cares for people he doesn’t even know. It makes his crazed attempts at the lives of anyone coming close to learning his secret that much more effective and threatening, and the person who has earned his displeasure this time around is Noe himself.
The show has weaved this intricate web of plotlines, consisting of Noe’s horrifying past, including Louis’s death and Dom’s finding out about their secret and fading away in her distress for ages, alongside Vanitas’ brother, who came out of practically nowhere but was hinted at a bunch during the first season to form a great narrative about extremities and staying true to yourself despite facing even your best friend who is out for your blood, literally and figuratively.
All this, and more, resulted in a fantastic fight scene, the kind never seen in this show before, and something Bones is extremely good at. It was extremely fluid and well animated, alongside a great classical score that perfectly fit the episode’s tone. Vanitas has quietly been putting out some absolute classic OSTs and insert songs, and it is about time it got some credit for it. The Case Study Of Vanitas Season 2 Episode 11 was a fantastic episode that contained just the right amount of emotion and anger, resulting in a whirlwind that blew everything out of the water.
The Case Study Of Vanitas Season 2 Episode 11 was an amazing episode that did everything perfectly. The plot, the character work, the animation and the music were all extremely high quality, resulting in an unforgettable episode.
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