Speaking of Makoto, what's great about him is that he is starting to light up. He is starting to become more cooperative and finally stopped the selfish hero route. Heck, the best moment in this episode aside from Ghost Ryoma Damashii's debut is about Makoto re-assuring Takeru that he can handle the Ganma problem while he is trying to fix the relationship between father and son whose emotional scars go real deep. So deep that even talks about fulfilling dreams of creating something for the benefit of humankind didn't faze him.
Meanwhile, Alain is now interested with the Heroic Ghost Eyecons, which we learn that the Ganma needed the said Eyecons for the purposes of turning it into weapons. But who cares about that foreshadowing stuff, time to go back to the Ganma plot! As I have suspected, the Ganma are using the father's satellite to their evil plan of well, stealing all the souls of humans who are using cellphones. Considering that Takeru is using the Condor Denwor as his "cellphone", makes sense as to why he's not affected by it. As to what purpose that plan is, it still looks vague. The only idea we have is that the Ganma are now serious and they need souls to fulfill it.
While the fight is all happening, the father and son are fixing the satellite issue with ease and now that they are done with it, it is time for Ghost Ryoma Damashii to make his debut. All I can say is, this form is really, really cool. Not only the episode reminded us that Takeru is still a ghost and can breathe in space, the fight in space against the Ganma was really fun to watch. As for the finisher, it feels standard. Yes, Ryoma Damashii looks really cool, but it didn't provide anything interesting in battle. It was a fun fight scene, but it didn't bring anything new to the table.