Soul Eater Episodes
Filled with witches, reapers, human weapons and killer animation these “Soul Eater” episodes will fill your appetite for awesome. “Soul Eater” takes you into the world of the DWMA, an elite academy formed by Lord Death to train Meisters and their human death weapons in the art of seeing out and seeing out and absorbing evil human souls. The driving story of “Soul Eater” centers around Maka and her death weapon Soul, who with the help of Lord Death’s son, Death the Kid, Black Star; and their death weapons Liz, Patti and Tsubaki have to defend human kind against a band of witches who want to unleash the madness of the Kishin onto an unsuspecting human race. If you're looking for a show that is filled with brilliant animation and wicked fight scenes, these "Soul Eater" episodes are a good place to start.
“Medusa the Witch: The One Who Possesses a Great Evil Soul?”- After eight episodes of setup and character development, you finally get to the meat of the show in this “Soul Eater” episode. In this episode Maka and Soul come face to face with Crona and the demon blade Ragnarok--a insidious weapon that gives Crona the power turn his blood into a weapon. The battle seems lost until Maka’s father Death Scythe and Professor Stein come to rescue. Barely escaping with their lives, the crew from the DWMA head back to the school to deal with their injuries while Medusa collects Crona and prepares another attack against the DWMA in her quest to awake the kishin.
"Tsubaki, the Camellia Blossom – What Lies Beyond the Grief?"- Like many animes before it “Soul Eater” has more than its fair share of over wrought emotional moments. Despite the melodrama, this “Soul Eater” episode is still sweet. After a long drawn out battle with her older brother the human weapon knows as Tsubki finds the strength to defeat her brother to gain control of the power of the Enchanted Sword. Tsubaki’s rousing performance is driven by the power of her friendship with her Meister, Black Star. Is it cheesy? Definitely. But the scenes where Tsubaki fights her brother inside of the Enchanted Sword are so wonderfully animated that it’s worth sitting through.
"Fierce Battle Aboard the Ghost Ship – The Hell inside My Head?- Of the 51 episodes that made up the four seasons of “Soul Eater”, this episode of season two is the most fun to watch. Death the Kid and his weapons—the smoking hot Patty and her sister Liz—come face to face with Crona and his demon blade. While Death the Kid’s obsession with perfect symmetry almost gets them all killed, Death the Kid has some sweet moves that are made even better because of Beelzebub, his bad ass flying skateboard. But it’s seeing the personality of Crona--a very reluctant bad guy-- develop makes this “Soul Eater” episode fun to watch.
"The Underground Battle Commences &ndash Break Through Medusa's Vector Arrow?"- All kinds of crazy secrets are reveled in this “Soul Eater” episode. At the big school dance, Professor Stein revels that Nurse Medusa is really a witch. Medusa has infiltrated the DWMA in efforts to further her experiments with black blood and awake the kishin that sleeps beneath the school. In a last ditch effort to keep the ultimate evil at bay and save humanity from the creeping madness, Maka, Soul and the rest of the DWMA crew set out to stop Medusa.
"The Last Magic Tool – Mission Impossible for Unarmed Kid?"- The battle for humanity picks up in this “Soul Eater” episode. Death the Kid leaves Liz and Patty behind in order to obtain the last magic tool from a village whose inhabitants disappeared over twenty years ago. Once inside the village Death the Kid is attacked by a pair of seriously creepy clowns. Without the help of his weapons Death the Kid barely makes it out alive. But with his mission successful the DWMA is one step closer to stopping the kishin.