The chaos continues, but Rinka Urushiba gets a proper introduction.
What They Say:
Rinka is a high school student in Tokyo trying to make ends meet while supporting herself and her father. Her ordinary life takes a turn for the extraordinary when she witnesses a penguin and a school of fish flying through the air. After catching up to one of the fish, she passes out and wakes up to find herself suddenly granted supernatural powers. With her newfound ability to walk through solid objects, Rinka is about to learn just how transparent the world can be. From the creator of Ga-Rei-Zero comes an adventure that shows how out-of-the-ordinary abilities of high school students can send a powerful message to evildoers the world over.
Content: (please note that content portions of a review may contain spoilers)
At last the synopsis finally fits!
The episode picks up where the first left off, with Rinka fighting back against the Espers causing chaos. But in her mind she remembers the inspiration for her heroic activity. That inspiration? A boy she knows who called her super powers a “miracle”. Well, it’s not the most engaging superhero origin story, but glossing over events like this allows the show to fit in more weird and wild action.