The formula is, without a doubt, becoming increasingly stale. Thankfully, the show still has its moments of surprise that keep things interesting.
If we didn’t get any of Foresight’s story, this episode would have been far more palatable. However, it would have also lost out on much of its impact, even if said impact was heavily manipulated by the directorial choices this episode.
Overlord doubles down on the mayhem as the team of Workers are put to the test. Will they survi-ha ha ha. This episode was just plain fun.
Overlord’s new arc made the world feel far bigger than before. New kingdom, new characters, and death flags, death flags everywhere!
With episode 5, the Carne Village arc closes out not with violent, overpowered spectacle, but with heart.
To be blunt, this episode bored me.
One of the big successes of this episode was how well it integrated Nazarick’s denizens into the episode’s plot.
This was another solid episode of Overlord.
Whereas the premiere for season 2 acted as “a reminder of season 1 events while also setting up plot threads for later”, season 3's premiere was more akin to “how’re things going in HQ?” This was a pretty low-key, slice of life episode that shone the spotlight on the denizens of the Tomb of Nazarick, and it was…
It’s Canada Day and what better way to celebrate it than writing about a isekai power fantasy! Since both are about...new starts...and...being bad ass? Whatever. Canada’s awesome, Overlord’s fun, let’s get on with it.
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