This is a rollercoaster, sometimes things are slow and feeding you info, and other times it goes full action. Though, having the action done step vigorously could ruin a mystery show in the long run. Not here; the action is done sporadically and with consideration. Every time killing and shooting is going around. It reveals something about the story or how things work on the mysterious island. In the span of the last episode, a lot happened as Ushio made an appearance yet again. However, this time, her appearance is not random, and she seems to have looped with Shinpei, with her memories retained. Summer Time Render Episode 9 is on the course to shake up everything we know as we go deeper into the story. She was leaving a desire to watch how things unfold and if Shinpei will break before the time loop ends.
One of the events that happened previously and Episode 9 of Summer Time Render explains how the shadows communicate. It hasn’t been hinted that they can, but the show follows the pattern of “learn, unlearn and relearn.” We are learning what shadows and what threat they pose to people living on the island. In one of the previous episodes, the philosophical question of their existence came to light, which unnerved Shinpei. They are copies of the original with their memories and feelings intact, but as Nagooma said, shadows will use that to manipulate people. Whether Ushio is conducting Shinpei or if she just wants to help is a question that needs to be answered soon.
Summer Time Render Episode 9
Shadows are dangerous creatures. They can learn everything about their copies just by contacting them. This horrifying ability of theirs led to the time loop being exposed. Episode 9 of Summer Time Render will show us their terrifying prowess, but their armor is not without cracks. So far, we have learned that they can be killed and even put a stop if one has the means. Shinpei has killed Mio’s shadow, but even in her last moments, she could bounce back at him with words. The question of shadows truly being malevolent is up in the air, with most of them aiming to kill people and replace them.
Episode 9 of Summer Time Render will have a confrontation between shadow Ushio and her friends first of them being Sou. Since the first loop, he feels guilty for her death and wants to help Shinpei. We may see more people getting involved, but that will only risk the time loop getting exposed. But first, the phone recording in Ushio’s phone might hold a vital key to help solve some of their problems.
What is the release date of Summer Time Render Episode 9?
Episode 9 of Summer Time Render will be released in Japan and other regions on June 9 (Thursday). For Australia, it will be available on June 3 Friday. Episode 9 of Summer Time Render will be available at the mentioned times.
- Pacific Time: 8.00 AM PDT (June 9)
- Central Time: 10.00 AM CDT (June 9)
- Eastern Time: 11.00 AM EST (June 9)
- British Time: 4.00 PM BST (June 9)
- Indian Standard time: 7.30 PM IST (June 9)
- Singapore Standard Time: 10.00 PM SGT (June 9)
- Australian Time: noon AEST (June 10)
Where to watch Summer Time Render Episode 9?
Episode 9 will air on Tokyo MX, BS11, and Kansai TV in Japan. Disney+ has only licensed the series, but sadly, that is only for Japan; there is no way to watch the anime officially. Disney + could make the series available later.
What is Summer Time Render about?
Shinpei became an orphan at a young age, but his childhood friend’s family adopted him. Now Shinpei is returning after being out in the city for two years. Not for a reunion, though; he has come back to attend the funeral of his childhood friend(Ushio), who drowned while saving a child. Grimace by old memories and unfulfilled promises, Shinpei quickly learns her death wasn’t an accident but a possible murder. He is shocked by this, but he treats it as a rumor and moves on with no proof of it. He doesn’t get to be that way. However, it revealed that Ushio was murdered by a strange phenomenon described as a shadow. While supernatural forces are stacked against him, Shinpei gains his power. He can go back in time and start over from April 22. The day he comes to his hometown.
Yasuki Tanaka creates the series. Studio OLM adapted the work into anime.