WARNING: This review contains spoilers for Class episode three
So then, the third episode of class has landed, and this time it doesn't have the double drop to support it. Now as you may know from my reviews, I thought the first two episodes of the series were a fantastic start to the series, so how did this one fare to the others?
Episode three, nightvisiting, mainly focuses on Tanya's character, which is quite interesting because we seem to mainly focus on one character every episode. This episode mainly based around Tanya losing her father.
The monster in this episode which was called the lankin was a really interesting idea, and I thought episode three was very different to the first two. It wasn't as good as the first episode, but I do believe that it was better than the second one. It was a great one, and a one which means you have to have an attachment to the characters, which from the character development before, we can deal with that.
This also sees Ram and Mrs Quill see their own people from their past-which I thought was good.
There are still stories which I thought were being set up in this episode. The relationships between Ram and April as well as Charlie and Mattuez, which takes further the young adult themes.
The third episode is a very good episode, but I don't know whether it is the best episode so far. The characters are really starting to be developed, and the series is almost there. It needs another episode or so to fully get there and try and reach it's full targets.
So I would give this episode a third thumbs up in a row.
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