Episode 9 of Sabikui Bisco begins with Milo waking up with bandaged and rusted eyes. Bisco has somehow found the strength to take care of him, but Milo is scared of Bisco leaving him.
That is precisely what Bisco does. He says he’s never felt so calm while approaching certain death before. Things change when you have something to protect.
On the other end, Kurokawa threatens to ruin all of Japan if Jabi doesn’t sell out other mushroom keepers. Will Bisco reach them in time?
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Episode 10 Speculations
This was one of the most emotional episodes that I’ve seen this season. The dialogues are brief but indeed so well written. In the beginning, it’s just banter as always, but Bisco’s death reveals to everyone, including Milo, that Milo fell in love with Bisco.
All of us wanted to watch Kurokawa die a horrible death, but not at the cost of Bisco’s life. Bring Kurokawa back if it means bringing back Bisco, but we all know his death had a finality to it.
Not even being the main character can save you, I guess. Next episode, I hope Milo regroups with Pawoo, Jabi, and the pink-haired assassin girl.
Episode 10 Release Date
Episode 10 of the Sabikui Bisco anime has been released on Monday, Mar 14, 2022.
1. Is Sabikui Bisco on Break This Week?
No, episode 10 of Sabikui Bisco will not be on a break this week. No such announcement has been made.
Episode 9 Recap
Milo wakes up with bandages on his eyes. He panics when he realizes he can’t see, and Bisco gently calms him down. Rusting had taken over most of Milo’s body, including his eyes, so Bisco gave him the only medicine shot he had left.
Bisco lied to Milo, saying he had taken his shot already. When Milo wanted to check Bisco’s body for rusting, he only guided Milo’s hands over the non-rusted part.
Milo asked Bisco if he wanted to date Pawoo, and he says never in a million years. They bickered for a while, but Milo kept getting worse. Milo couldn’t sleep because he was afraid Bisco would leave.
Bisco spoke of their bond and promised he would be there when Milo woke up. Bisco now understands what Jabi felt like raising him. He wants no harm to come to Milo, and going towards certain death for his sake, doesn’t faze Bisco.
Bisco leaves, and on the other side, we see Kurokawa take Jabi inside a factory. Kurokawa shows him the Tetsujin FOD that crashed in Tokyo. It contained within it the rusting agent and made Japan into a wasteland with its rust winds.
The rust winds are long gone, though, and he’s been making them artificially to keep medicine prices up. From the Tetsujin, he’s concentrated a sea of rust. Kurokawa tries to cut off Jabi’s fingers, but Bisco arrives to save the day.
Kurokawa shoots Bisco with rusting bullets, making Bisco’s fingers fall off. Bisco drags Kurokawa to the molten sea of rust and drowns him in it. Soon it’s Bisco’s turn to melt and drown. So he asks Milo to kill him with arrows instead.
After an emotional farewell, and when nothing of Bisco remains, Milo says that he would live and smile like Bisco, because he was in love with Bisco.
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About Rust-Eater Bisco
Rust-Eater Bisco is a light novel series by Shinji Cobkubo. It ran from 2018 to 2020. Its manga adaptation was released in the Manga Up! website from 2019 to 2020.
The story takes place in a world where a rust wind sweeps over landscapes and turns everything it comes into contact with to rust. Bisco, our protagonist, is on a journey to find a mysterious mushroom that can eat away the rust.
On his way, he meets Miro, who is also interested in this cure, and both of them go on a crazy adventure together.
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