The Ghost vs. Specter fight in this episode has top the one from the previous episode. From the clash of swords and scythe to that amazing gun play that ended with a stand-off between these two Riders, it's like they gave their all for this single moment. It didn't help that there is actual history between these two Riders, adding more weight to this really flashy fight scene; Ghost being the first one who reverted back to normal showed his resolve that he is really willing to sacrifice his own life just to save Kanon.
If there is one thing that scene showed us is that it showed Takeru that there are people who cares that there is still a chance for him to live again. Even with that sentiment, Takeru is still determined to revive Kanon. Takeru's determination made me remember the reason why I easily liked Takeru in the first place, he's a selfless hero. But that trait of his one of the reasons why his friends worry about him, he cares more for others that he stops caring for himself.
To put it simply, when Takeru displayed all of his Heroic Ghost Eyecons, one of Onari's disciples used this opportunity to steal it. Thankfully, his plan was foiled thanks to the Kumo Lantern. Seriously, these guys are really pushing this toy hard and I got to admit, it is one cool toy. Thanks to this and Onari's instinct, Ghost transforms into Benkei Damashii, giving us some more cool Ghost Benkei Damashii action. Of course, Ghost beats the Ganma, got all the Ghost Eyecons and saved Onari's disciple. But before these guys can celebrate, Makoto arrives and much to my surprise, Javert.