Tokyo 24-ku Episode 3 starts with the petty but still annoying problem of having the larger organisation buy all the available cabbages prior to the food festival before things get really wild and the boys of RGB are given another choice to make. Be sure to read the full review.
Love of Kill episode 2 begins with a two minute replay of everything that happened in episode 1 which doesn't so much set the tone for the episode as make you wonder how many short cuts this anime is going to take or whether or not there's actually enough content for a season. Anyway, once that's out of the way, episode 2 is pretty interesting. Be sure to read the full review.
Tensai Ouji no Akaji Kokka Saisei Jutsu has a decent enough second episode but it is hardly a thrilling viewing experience. Still, I ended up more emotionally invested than I expected. Be sure to read the full review.
The final two episodes of The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window do finish off the confrontation with Erika's Sensei and sort of save Hiyakawa though I'm not convinced that there's much satisfaction to be found here. Be sure to read the full review.
Post sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Sabikui Bisco continues to be a little surreal to watch even as the plot this week is pretty straight forward completing the story of the border crossing and continuing the conflict that followed inside the city (of course not in that straight forward order). Be sure to read the full episode review.
The Strongest Sage with the Weakest Crest continues to make little impression in episode 2 as events happen but have very little weight or meaning. Be sure to read the full review.
I wonder what sort of budget Sasaki to Miyano had for animating sparkles, flowers and other visual accents because they seem to appear in every other scene. Be sure to read the full review.
How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom continues with a whole episode of sitting at a table and talking. Riveting viewing, really.
Post sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. We've come to the end of the first season of Saihate no Paladin and hopefully the journey will continue. While this is definitely a slower fantasy story than the usual isekai fare, I've really enjoyed it. What did you think of Saihate no Paladin?
This week My Dress Up Darling has Gojo getting to know Kitagawa a bit better (okay a lot better) as he takes detailed measurements for step up of making her cosplay.