A 666-Character Review Of ‘Penny Dreadful: This World Is Our Hell’

Jekyll and Frankenstein prematurely celebrate the success of their treatment. They arrogantly removed a madman’s painful memories and violent nature. Now, he’s a different person who will always be blamed for past sins he’ll never remember. I will relish in their inevitable failure and I can’t wait for the appearance of Hyde. Ethan and Hecate are fighting to survive in the desert with no resources and two enemy groups on their tail. Before, he resolved to be virtuous, even shaming Vanessa for killing. His emotional baggage is explained: two fathers’ betrayal, his part in the slaughter of the Apaches, his desire to die, and the deaths in his family. His actions make sense, but he gave in to Hecate too easily after his consistent resolve against his wolf nature and his bloodlust in the past.

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Elizabeth Talbott

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