Monster Episode 7
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  • This was a pretty good episode, the plot slows down a lot but it’s pretty interesting and had a few surprises near the end
  • It’s definitely one for a mature audience though, and is not recommended to anyone under the age of 17 because of adult situations, language and violence
  • Its’ still a very entertaining show, although a little slow when it comes to the pacing, the plot is intriguing though, and that’s what I like about it

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      Monster Episode 7 begins with Dr. Tenma and Nina heading frantically back to her parents’ place, hoping to stop Johan from murdering her adoptive parents. They arrive too late and the police arrive and ask them to come to the police station for questioning.

      This was a pretty good episode, the plot slows down a lot but it’s pretty interesting and had a few surprises near


      the end. I enjoyed this episode and I do recommend it to the anime fans who like slower paced animes and an interesting murder mystery.

      I liked how they gave Nina or Anna, as she was originally called, character development, she remembers what happened that night and it’s interesting to see her reaction to what Dr. Tenma did when she realized he saved her ...


      • brother’s life.

        It’s a good episode, not one of the best but it was still very interesting and Monster is an anime for people who like to think and try to figure out what happens next. It’s definitely one for a mature audience though, and is not recommended to anyone under the age of 17 because of adult situations, language and violence. Its’

        still a very entertaining show, although a little slow when it comes to the pacing, the plot is intriguing though, and that’s what I like about it.

        Monster is currently airing on the SyFy Channel and the first box set of the first 15 episodes is available on DVD from Viz Media at your local Wal-Mart or Best Buy, you can also buy it from Amazon.com and RightStuf.com.




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