Let’s be realistic for a second, how hard would it be to conquer the world? I mean seriously. Just much people would you need to do it. Sure, you can maybe kill all the heroes, but what about management?
Government, people. Government! The people aren’t going to oppress themselves.
Even if the members of an evil organization number in the thousands is that really enough?
It isn’t really. It was a doomed goal from the start. No matter how much damage they cause, their true goal will always be beyond them. Heroes and villains are not dissimilar in that sense this one time.
It’s not about what you can do. It’s about what you want to do. Even if it is the furthest thing from practicality, it will still be worth it!
Save the Day
|It was a broken radio. Everyone saw it. Totally.|
Kind of sad, we didn’t get Beyond Flamenco vs Flamen Red fight.
Like seriously, not even a measly transformation sequence. Just a suicide and that’s it?
Oh well, at least Flamen Robo was cool. Show that Japan Destruction device who is the boss!
Also, loved the Rocket Punch escape. Plus, that someone finally put the Prime Minister in his place, kind of.
That said the final battle did feel kind of short. Then again, there’s a good reason for that.
So it turns out the government wasn’t incompetent. It was evil all along. See, when people are distracted by heroism, the government gets to pass whatever laws they want.
That makes me feel better somehow. It’s nice seeing the government be competent… if for their own evil goals.
The introduction of Nice Justice guy was fun. I watch Samurai Flamenco for moments like this.
All that said I worry about the other Flamengers. They have grown on me. I don’t want them to be put in the sidelines, but it seems we are going back to pure Samurai Flamenco.