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Episode 10. Moonlight

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“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched - they must be felt with the heart.” ― Helen Keller

This is a remake of 2.17 "Heart". The episode starts when Sam and Dean find a case with wild dog attacks. The timing (during a full moon) indicates that they would be dealing with a werewolf. They find out about Madison who knows the deceased and they go to question her. Sam has hard time with the case because it reminds him about Jessica. Madison gives them a clue but it turns out that she was the monster all along. Based on folklore, they believe if they hunt and kill the werewolf that bit her, Madison will be saved. If everything was ever that simple in Supernatural but like usual, not everything goes according to plan. 

I liked the original "Heart" episode and as I had that to be compared to I didn't like this episode that much. It felt really rushed and the Madison version in this anime seemed totally different by looks and how she was. I liked the flashback to Jessica and how it was more connected to the case this time. Still something was missing. The ending was not as emotional as in the original.

Three stars

Main characters:

Sam Winchester
Dean Winchester

Bobby Singer
Jessica Moore

Episode10 cast


Dean: Memory or no memory. She's still a monster.
Sam: So we are just going to shoot this innocent girl?
Dean: Sam, we were wrong. It looks like Madison didn't turn back to a human after all. Sorry bro, but we gotta end this before anyone else gets killed. You understand that, don't you?
Sam: There's gotta be another way. There just has to be.
Dean: Sam! Give it up.

Something Borrowed, Madison


Moonlight review by Nate Winchester


Barbara Maake
# Barbara Maake 2016-01-12 21:39
I enjoy these articles about the anime series Lilah, and it was interesting seeing the same scenes done live and in the anime version. I have to say, I really prefer the live versions. For one thing, it's disconcerting hearing Dean voiced by someone other than Jensen. But also, something about the dialogue in the anime versions seems kind of exaggerated, or at least less natural. It reminds me of the difference between a movie and a play. But I enjoy these little snippets of the anime. Any version of SPN is good in my book!
# Lilah_Kane 2016-01-13 04:30
Thanks, and I do like adding the comparisons. You can see on them too how detailed some of the scenes in the anime has been and almost fully copied from the live action version. It has been pretty fun to write these too. :)

- Lilah
# YellowEyedSam 2016-01-13 18:12
Thanks for another Anime article!

I remember that Vegas episode well. Definitely one of the best anime original eps it has. I'd love to see it in the live action ha :D
# Lilah_Kane 2016-01-16 13:28
Me too! Poor Dean. I don't know. It felt so much like a live action episode in a way so it was immediately likable. And the story was not straight forward. It had a twist. :)

- Lilah