Feel like you missed something last week? Here's the recap of posts from the blog and a collection of posts from the aniblogging community that caught my eye. If you come across a post you feel needs a shout out be sure to contact me here or on twitter to let me know.
Um... Right, so the tone is all over the place. The characters are walking jokes. The case is transparent from the beginning. Why don't I hate this?
The first half of this episode of Bookworm more or less confirmed that I wasn't really feeling it and then it had to go and make Main do something nice in the second half. While I still have my doubts, Ascendance of a Bookworm is going to stay on my watch list for now.
Well, opinions are split this week, at least Kapodaco and I saw a few things a little differently when it comes to the second episode of My Hero Academia season 4. Join us as we cover Midoriya's journey to become the world's greatest hero, just as soon as he figures out what that actually looks like.
Alright, I think I'm sold on Stars Align. Not a lot is happening with this episode focusing on Maki's first two training sessions with the team but there's enough personality to this anime that it is winning me over anyway.
Episode 2 isn't exactly mind blowing here but Assassins Pride is kind of finding its feet and building on its shaky start. Whether it can build momentum now or whether it will trip over its own feet remains to be seen.
With Cautious Hero taking a break this week I thought I would slot in a small reminder about reviews available for patrons over on Patreon. I'm working on completing a small project for patrons by the end of the year, including a new introduction video which reflects the current image of the blog a bit … Continue reading A Thank You To Patrons and A Reminder
In our quest to determine what the best horror anime needs we've meandered our way through starting the anime, the importance of a good cast and explored settings. This week it is all about the feels.
They are really pulling out all the stops to try and make us kind of want to like Momoharu in the future. It isn't working but I appreciate the effort Ahiru no Sora is putting into the attempt.
Is anyone else concerned about the size of the cages some of those demon beasts are being kept in while Genzo sorts out his pet shop? Of course, that's a side-note as this episode introduces a dragon girl into the mix.