It wasn’t really a surprise that Ferrous Corp is the true “big bad” in this looming corporate war, but it put Ryo’s situation in perspective. He isn’t the ruthless killer we originally thought he was once he regained his memories. During that exchange with Commander Nieman, Ryo was the reasonable one. It was the would-be Emperor who was concerned with the war’s toll on human life. This quickly changed how I felt about him from what I’d been feeling all season long. I think it’s also going to be his redemption.
Now that war is inevitable, our Raza crew are looking to band together as much firepower as possible. This quest will lead to some unusual and uneasy alliances, but necessary ones if Ferrous is to be stopped. Asking Truffault for help is a no-brainer since they’ve been uneasy friends from the beginning. The real head-scratcher is at the end when Two says something to Ryo about “Teku’s fleet”. Say what?
It almost sounds as if Teku and Ryo had a plan to keep Zairon’s power under their control all along. That’s just a wild guess, so tune in next Friday at 9/8c for the incredible season three finale of Dark Matter to find out!
The crew of the Raza unite Ferrous Corps’ enemies in an effort to end the corporate war.
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