The Bizarre Adventures of JoJo – Wind Gold – Episode 32: Green Day and Oasis – Part three | Review
Now that Chocolate and his Green Day were out of the game, the true enemy left in the game, it is Dry, against whom he is up against our beloved Bruno Bucciarati, the only one able to fight, being able to safely go down to the bottom without fear of being attacked by the mold of Green Day, remember that there take root only on what is alive, and unfortunately, we know very well that, in reality, Bruno is not more now for a piece...
THE ME THAT YOU KNOW, HE USED TO HAVE FEELINGS BUT THE BLOOD HAS STOPPED PUMPING AND HE IS LEFT TO DECAY
The sad fate of Bucciarati is a fundamental element in the narrative, and as evidenced in principal the way in this fight, that by the power of Oasis must necessarily be carried out underground.
Bruno is the only one who can fight against the Dry, however have the better it will be not so simple: as you will see in the course of the episode itself, which Dry perfectly mastered his Stand, as we demonstrate his attacks, against which Bucciarati is often located in extreme difficulties. But we know very well that this man he is also perfectly capable of mastering his Sticky Fingers, which even allows you to imitate the power of the Oasis. But an imitation will never be like the original, which is not difficult to Dry intercept Bruno and his attacks: what you will invent to get out of this situation so thorny? Certainly, the new ability to not bleed and not feel any pain are the elements that lead Bruno to go much beyond the limits of endurance of a living body, and also this is clearly not random, but perfectly functional to the narration. But of course it is not all gold that glitters: Bucciarati is a walking corpse, and the fact that you are losing progressively the sensitivity and control of your body is a detail that is certainly not spiraling out of cleaning.
THE ME THAT YOU KNOW, HE DOESN'T COME AROUND MUCH. THAT PART OF ME ISN'T HERE ANYMORE
Dry was initially presented as a lackey of Chocolate, barely able to speak, from the behavior much more similar to that of a loyal pet that the attitude of a human being (for example, Chocolate, the rewards, when you meet her demands, with sugar cubes). But something changed in him...
The Bearer of the Oasis will reveal, in fact, to be entrusted completely to his master because it was considered unbeatable. Up to this time. Once you have found out that in reality Chocolate is a light, Dry, acquires a new awareness of himself and of his strength: now he no longer has any reason to continue to blindly follow Chocolate and his orders, can give free rein to its devastating power in full freedom and without any kind of restriction, which of course constitutes a further problem for Bucciarati, who must also be able to avoid that Dry reaches before him, the mysterious man who is waiting for him at the Colosseum.
HIDING BACKWARDS INSIDE OF ME I FEEL SO UNAFRAID
The previous installment of George, here you can find my review, it was concluded with a close-up look at the man who may know the way to defeat once and for all, the Devil. Well, finally discover who it is!
The man, whose identity I'll leave you to discover, is oddly calm, despite knowing how you are performing the clash between Bucciarati and Dry, being the only spectator, thanks to his binoculars.
From the brief scenes in which it is shown, it is clear that this man must have had plenty of time to devise his for now still mysterious plan: this is demonstrated by the fact that he has thought of everything, even the worst of it, and it is this awareness that manages to keep control in a situation that would cast despair and panic.
Now, all that remains is to wait with anxiety to see which way the Arrow can be of help in the final clash between the Bucciarati's and the Boss of the Passion, the Devil.
The Bizarre Adventures of JoJo – Wind the Gold is distributed in simulcast with Japan, legally and for free here in Italy the online platform VVVVID.
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