Finally, the end is here! Can’t believe I made it through all 60 episodes after everyone else gave up. I must be a crazy person. 🙂 There are some actors on this show who I hope to see again in other series, but I hope I never end up recapping a series like this one again. Don’t think I could make it through next time.
So let’s finish the final three episodes of Martial Universe!
Did a marathon of last week’s episodes to catch up on this series before the final three episodes and now I’m all annoyed with this series all over again. This week was flashbacks galore, sad music galore, pity parties everywhere, things get even more complicated and then they ended the week by breaking my heart. *sigh* If Lang Tian doesn’t suffer a miserable death at the end of this… argh!!!
So let’s hurry up and get through week 4 of Martial Universe!
After moving to another state and trying to get settled in, I’m catching up on the latest episodes of Martial Universe. This week our Tiger finally found his Tigress (or I should say Fox), Lang Tian still can’t be defeated, Qing Zhu finally finds out what happened to her father and Lin Diao even shows that he’s more than just a little brat.
Hey Everyone! Sorry for the wait~ School got a bit hectic, and life kind of got in the way. However, I was finally able to get the time to get screen-caps done! I’m looking to have Episodes 3 and 4 done before the weekend is over, so please stay tuned for that!
This episode : It seems that are leads are finally going to return to the historical world. I wonder how the story is going to progress, as this season seems to be a prequel to Season 1. The quality of this season has definitely improved as they sets and costumes look way nicer~ Anyways, I hope you’re just as excited as I am to find out what’s going to happen next!
The long awaited Season 2 has arrived! Hello! I’m Amy, and I’ll be in charge of recapping this series. I am currently watch the show on Youtube on the channel YoYo Television Series Exclusive (however, Viki is having them subbed too!) Thanks for reading my recaps and I hope you enjoy them~
I did say that I would be releasing all the recaps for the week in the same post, but since my recaps turned out to be way more detailed, they are a lot longer than I expected. I will be splitting the posts into episodes 1 and then 2 and 3 etc (and if future posts are like this, then the 4 episodes will be released in four different posts). The posts get too long, and with the pictures included, and WordPress can’t handle everything! They will still all be up before the next episodes air so do not worry! Again, thanks for taking the time to read them :))
As October comes to a close, so does Season 2 of Let’s Shake It. Hope you guys enjoyed these recaps and that it helped you to follow along with the show while you wait for subs. Let us know what you thought of the series and the finale. Do you want to see a third season or was this a good end to the story? Are you following Zheng Yecheng and An Yuexi in their new series (An Oriental Odyssey and Granting You a Dreamlike Life)?
For one last time, join Enid Bee and Linja as we post the final recaps for Let’s Shake It: Trouble on Planet Duo.
Now that Dramafever is no longer, I’ll be watching this show on Viki.com and, since they aren’t turning episodes around as quickly as Dramafever was, there may be a two or three day delay for me to post the recaps for the week, but I’ll keep posting as soon as they are finished.
This week: Lang Tian bites the hand that fed him…and takes her powers, my favourite Tiger finally returns, Lin Dong reunites with his sister, some characters get killed off, and we travel to the Demon Domain and meet a bunch of new characters including Lin Diao’s family and future wife. So let’s start week 2 of Martial Universe!
Get your tissues handy. We finally get to the Tang Dynasty, but only after a literally gut-wrenching scene. And now there are two Tang Qing Feng’s for Abu to deal with, but she doesn’t know which one is really her’s. We also finally meet Tang Qing Feng’s mom and see that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. And there are more familiar faces as well.