How would you rate episode 8 of
Sabikui Bisco ?
Community score: 4.1
Mushroom Mafioso Kurokawa takes center stage in this knuckle-whitening weekly dose of Sabikui Bisco. And what better way to illustrate the depths of his depravity than opening with a scene of him enjoying a round of Definitely-Not-Yu Gi Oh!? Whether or not that’s in the novel, it’s a cute nod to Kenjiro Tsuda‘s first major role as Seto Kaiba, and moreover, it’s a good encapsulation of the series’ playful ethos. This is the heaviest episode so far by a good margin, yet it opens with the villain forcing a children’s card game onto one of his zombie bodyguards. That wackiness is an indelible part of Sabikui Bisco, and it’s still important now, even as the story begins hoisting up death flags.
The showdown against Kurokawa soaks up most of this week’s runtime,…