In the third episode of Yuki 7, our heroine must escape a dastardly trap to reunite with her wacky companions. This adventure sports impressive aquatic action and dangles a few more hints at a larger story.
Seeing as Yuki 7 is a three-episode micro-series, I’m going to assume that it is a test to see if Studio Chromosphere can create a full-length program. Truth be told, I preferred the edgier and sexier vibe seen in the original Yuki 7 short, Looks That Kill.
If there’s any way to combine the more mature elements from the original pilot with the bold new art direction from the micro-series, then we could have a very exciting animated spy show.
You can keep up to date with Yuki’s latest adventures on the official YouTube channel.