I Don’t Want to Be at The Circus Anymore!
Edens Zero Chapter 190 Review/Recap
When I was a kid, I loved going to the circus when it came to town. The lights, the sounds, the acrobats and animals, and the clowns. We all loved the clowns. So why is it that clowns are so easy to use as sources of fear in fiction? Because it’s so easy, I guess. Well, Edens Zero did one better this week by making a circus scary. Really scary!
Picking up where the previous chapter left off, Rebecca’s facing even more challenges in Clown’s deadly circus. The ring of fire’s a minor issue for Rebecca, as she’s still able to get to Clown. That’s when the Machine switches tactics, giving the floor an electric charge, inhibiting her movement enough for him to throw swords at her.
Rebecca’s not out of the game yet, though. Using her cat-like reflexes, Rebecca grabs a sword with her feet and threw it at the cage trapping Pino and Happy! This frees the two, letting Pino shut off the electric floor, and for Happy to help Rebecca. Together, the three give Clown a well-deserved beatdown! However, Clown isn’t fazed by this. Instead he gets back up, activates his requip, and then…Rebecca turns into a black mist and disappears.
What the heck just happened?
I have an idea that might explain what happened to Rebecca. It’s possible that Clown has access to Empire Ether Gear, letting him turn Rebecca into this black gas. Or teleport her to another dimension. Beyond that, I have no clue what’s going on.
My guess is that one of two things will happen now. Either Happy and Pino will have to defeat Clown on their own, or Rebecca will have to use her Reverse technique at the last second to get her out of this mess. Either way, I doubt that she’ll be gone for long.
As far as circuses go, this one is a disaster, and I can’t wait for it to end. Greatest show from Hell, indeed.
I Give “The Greatest Show From Hell” a 3/5
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Great Minds Think alike!! It’s a nice idea that ties back to the previous saga- and may serve to reintroduce one of the Oceans to the story. And it may serve as a good character moment for Rebecca!
I’ve been to a circus ONCE in my life. And from what I remember; I had fun. But media as I’ve gotten older has THOROUGHLY made me afraid of Clowns! Or; not “Afraid,” but more “weary” of them.