Posted: 03 Dec 2017 08:49 PM PST
SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers from the Season 8, Episode 7 of The Walking Dead, entitled "Time for After." Proceed with caution.
In the previous episode of The Walking Dead, fans got a good look at what the leaders of The Kingdom, Hilltop, and Alexandria were up to — Rick negotiating with the Scavengers, Maggie debating on how to handle prisoners of war, and Ezekiel dealing with the death of his beloved tiger.
The latest episode, “Time for After,” centered of our favorite cowardly traitor Eugene. Not only that, the rogue squad — led by Daryl — commenced their unauthorized attack against the Saviors’ main base Sanctuary.
And as we saw, when Rick’s plans aren’t followed, things fall apart. Here are five shocking moments from “Time for After.”
Dwight vs. Eugene
Eugene realized that Dwight was the traitor a few episodes ago when he noticed the paint splotch on the bag of weapons. Tonight, Eugene confronted him about it. He basically started off by giving him a slap on the wrist telling him to knock it off, but then things got physical when Dwight pushed Eugene down and made it clear to him that all he has to do is “nothing.”
Their confrontation then escalated later in the episode as Dwight stopped Eugene from luring the walkers away with a makeshift RC plane that had an iPod (the one he gave Sasha) tied to it. Dwight had a gun locked on Eugene and tried to understand why he would betray his friends. Eugene corrected Dwight by saying they were just “traveling companions” and nothing more. Instead of shooting Eugene (who was crying like a baby), Dwight shot down the RC plane instead.
Father Gabriel Isn’t Looking So Good
At the end of the “The Big Scary U,” fans learned Brother Gabriel was in pretty shape after he and Negan escaped the little predicament they were in. Eugene was the one who discovered the ailing priest and rushed him to Doctor Carson to take a look at him.
During this episode, Carson informed Eugene how his former “traveling companion” was faring. From the looks of things, Gabriel was deteriorating and bleeding for some unknown reasons. Despite his condition, Gabriel again plead with Eugene to save Doctor Carson (so he could assist with Maggie’s pregnancy), saying, “All I want is for you to do the right thing.”
What exactly will happen to Father Gabriel? It was unclear after the last episode if he was bitten or dying from some other cause (perhaps the chemicals found near Sanctuary)? Hopefully he makes it through this ordeal okay, but we don’t know if he’ll make it past next week’s midseason finale.
Rogue Squad Makes Their Move
Darly’s team, which we have dubbed rogue squad, started off as comprised of Daryl (obviously), Tara, Rosita, and Michonne. Morgan joined up with them as well bringing with him a handful of snipers as well. After hearing the plan, Rosita didn’t like where it was going and decided not to go along with it, saying that Sasha wouldn’t want this.
Later, Michonne also bailed, telling Daryl that “it’s not worth risking us” which he responded, “It is for me.” Daryl has been hotheaded all season and even fought with Rick, and he was determined to see the plan through.
The rogue squad carried out their plan with Daryl smashing the entrance of Sanctuary open with a truck and letting the large herd of walkers in to feast on the Saviors. Though the success of said plan is still a mystery at this point, as well as its dangerous repercussions.
Eugene Turns Full Savior
Eugene had to fight throughout this entire episode of what side he should be on and what kind of person he should become. After the confrontation with Dwight and the talk he had with Father Gabriel, he became even more confused whether or not he truly was a Savior.
Later on, Eugene had a one-on-one with Negan which had the Savior leader calling Eugene his right-hand man. Negan also reached out to shake Eugene’s hand (which Eugene actually kissed) to show that he respected Eugene.
Earning Negan’s favor and watching the rogue squad attack on Sanctuary convinced Eugene to finally pick one side: the Saviors. Who knows how long Eugene will last after committing himself to the enemies side and fully betraying the people he referred to as his “traveling companions.”
Rick Strikes a Deal With Jadis
Rick tried to convince the Scavengers to join his side or die, and he proved he wasn’t messing around.
Despite literally having his hands tied, Rick turned the tables on Jadis (and her unhealthy obsession with him), ripping off a walker head and thrusting it’s still chomping mouth in his creepy captor’s face.
Rick intimidate Jadis into accepting his deal and only receiving a fourth of the Savior supplies after the war is over, which Jadis reluctantly agreed to. Will this partnership last, however? The Scavengers are shady people and they may stab Rick in the back again if the opportunity arises.
Rick then headed to Sanctuary with his new Scavenger allies and learned his plan didn’t quite work out. This development will bring new fire between Rick and Daryl, but could it be enough to break their trust completely? Speaking of Daryl, are we even sure he’s in one piece after the attack?
Fans will find out what happen in next week’s midseason finale of The Walking Dead.
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Posted: 03 Dec 2017 06:30 AM PST
Anime occasionally gives off the impression that it’s less than kind in the way it represents its female characters. With busty babes, giggling gaggles of schoolgirls, and an abundance of ever-so-short skirts and skimpy outfits, many outsiders may unfairly judge the genre. However, those are just a small sub-section of anime — there are so many more shows and movies that feature powerful, smart, and badass ladies. So, here are 10 female anime characters who kick ass and take names.
Touka Kirishima — Tokyo Ghoul
Name: Touka Kirishima
Quote: “Everything is ‘terrible’? Don’t make me laugh. So what about me? For me, it’s been terrible since I was born.”
Powers: A powerful wing that delivers high-speed attacks, pseudo-electrokinesis, speed, durability.
Most badass moment: In the first season of Tokyo Ghoul, Touka shows the power of her ukaku wing kagune when she protects the still-naive Kaneki from the persistent Shuu Tsukiyama. It’s the first time Kaneki sees Touka’s kagune in action and she shows just how formidable a fighter she really is to face off against the much stronger Tsukiyama.
Revy — Black Lagoon
Name: Revy aka Rebecca Lee, and commonly referred to as “Two Hands”
Quote: "I can show you what color your brain is."
Powers: Skilled with firearms and other weapons, able to dodge bullets, ambidextrous.
Most badass moment: The foul-mouthed, hard-drinking ambidextrous gun-slinger, Revy, doesn’t take s**t from anyone. From Black Lagoon‘s first episode when she “Two-Hand”-edly takes on a gang of mobsters shooting up a bar or when she mows down boatloads of enemies or when just shoots a mansplaining neo-Nazi at point-blank because he’s boring her, every scene Revy is in is her most badass moment.
Saber — Fate/Zero
Name: Saber aka Artoria Pendragon
Quote: "The weight of my sword is the weight of my pride."
Powers: Skilled swordswoman, magical energy that can summon Excalibur, potent healing ability.
Most badass moment: In Fate/Zero, Saber summons the light of all past, present, and future warriors to form the extremely powerful Excalibur sword and uses it against the vicious and sadistic, Caster. The sword’s immense power burst moves earth and sea, releasing Caster from this earthly plane.
Akame — Akame ga Kill!
Name: Akame aka Akame of the Demon Sword Murasame
Quote: "It’s because I loved her the most that I wanted to kill her as swiftly as possible."
Powers: Strength, skilled master swordswoman, speed, agility, reflexes, immune to most poisons.
Most badass moment: In Episode 4 of Akame ga Kill!, Akame faces off against notorious serial killer Zanku the Beheader. The former executioner from one of the Empire’s prisons uses an illusion to make Akame think that her younger sister, Kurome, is standing before her. Zanku thinks this will deter the assassin and make her an easy target, but Akame doesn’t falter for even a moment. She goes in with full force, first destroying his weapon, and then slitting the Beheader’s throat.
Motoko Kusanagi — Ghost in the Shell
Name: Major Motoko Kusanagi
Quote: "Maybe someday your ‘maker’ will come, haul you away, take you apart, and announce the recall of a defective product. What if all that’s left of the ‘real you’ is just a couple of lonely brain cells, huh?"
Powers: Full cybernetic body, weapons expert.
Most badass moment: Having Motoko on this list begs the same fundamental question that the Ghost in the Shell anime asks: is Motoko human or is she machine? If we agree that there’s some part of her that’s human, then yes, she deserves to be here. And she is one kick-ass lady.
Among her many other badass exploits, Major uses her wits and unfaltering poker face against ace sniper Saito in a one-on-one gunfight. While Saito overthinks the problem, Motoko is already several steps ahead, proving her badassery like a powerful chess master.
Usagi Tsukino — Sailor Moon
Name: Usagi Tsukino aka Princess Serenity aka Sailor Moon
Quote: "If the pride of a senshi means hurting each other, I don’t want it. Nothing will come out of fighting. Fighting isn’t the only way to solve things."
Powers: Moon Spiral Attack, Supersonic Waves, Moon Tiara Boomerang, healing powers (including bringing people back to life), teleportation, can foresee future events and sense evil’s approach.
Most badass moment: Sailor Moon may not have the swords and guns of other women on this list, but her influence on anime and the way women were represented is the reason any of the others are here at all.
When the evil Queen Metaria wrecks her home planet, Sailor Moon must find the strength to defeat her alone. Once she learns to believe in herself, she draws upon the power of her loved ones — and the moon — to unlock the Legendary Silver Crystal‘s full power. Not only does she blast away the evil queen, she also heals the entire planet.
Mikasa Ackerman — Attack on Titan
Name: Mikasa Ackerman
Quote: "My specialty is slicing off meat. If necessary, I can display that talent at any time. So if there’s anyone here who’d like to experience it firsthand, please, step right up."
Powers: Military genius, prodigious skill in vertical maneuvering equipment, talented fighter, strength.
Most badass moment: One of Mikasa’s earlier moments showing just how badass she is comes in Episode 6 of Attack on Titan‘s first season. Not only does she prove herself as a highly proficient fighter in killing an abnormal Titan running at a crowd at the base of the Wall Rose, she also threatens to execute a merchant selfishly blocking the tunnel for the people’s evacuation.
Kefla — Dragon Ball Super
Quote: "You still wanna fight? Bring it on! Have a taste of my power!"
Powers: Flight, energy blast attacks, Fist Cannonball, Gigantic Blast, Continuous Energy Bullets.
Most badass moment: As the Potara fusion of Kale and Caulifla, Kefla is one powerful woman. Combining Kale’s unlimited energy with Caulifla crazy strong abilities, Kefla can easily go toe-to-toe with Goku, meeting him punch-for-punch. It takes Goku reaching Ultra Instinct for him to defeat the combined Saiyans, which is super badass.
Tsunade — Naruto
Quote: "People become stronger because they have things they cannot forget. That’s what you call growth."
Powers: Super strength, chakra control, can summon a slug for long-distance communication and healing.
Most badass moment: A female anime character doesn’t always need to be a fighter to be badass. Yes, Tsunade is blunt and has a short temper, but as Hokage, she’s committed to protecting her village. So when Pain comes looking for Naruto in Konohagakure, Tsunade transfers all her chakra power to Katsuyu, a giant slug and Tsunade’s personal summon, to heal and protect the injured and save the village from total destruction.
Kyoka Jiro — My Hero Academia
Name: Kyoka Jiro
Quote: “If you do this, we just might win. But there’s no time to hesitate, so do it now! You wanna be a hero, don’t you?! Then let’s pass this test.”
Powers: Swordsmanship, and an earphone jack that can produce destructive vibrations, powerful sound waves, sound canceling effect, and can be used as a long-range whip.
Most badass moment: Although Kyoka hasn’t been featured a lot in the My Hero Academia anime series yet (maybe in Season 3?) she has a badass presence in the manga. The no-nonsense bass guitar-playing punk rocker uses her ears/earphone jacks as a long-range whip and can make sound waves that produce ear-shattering vibrations or they can cancel out noise. That’s pretty damn badass.
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