Animenewsnetwork - The Emperor's giant mecha has fallen. Tatsumi gave his life stopping its final collapse from causing further harm, a task only he could have successfully performed – and no gimmick allowed him to sidestep that fate, either. All that's left is to clean up the final few details: find and off the Prime Minister, carry through the long-awaited confrontation between Esdeath and Akame, and then clean up the mess afterwards and have everyone say their good-byes. The eponymously-titled final episode of Akame ga KILL! covers all of those bases and more, and remarkably, it does so without ever feeling like it is rushing anything or giving anything short shrift. This is nothing less than a complete and proper ending to one of the year's bloodiest series.