Welcome to the battle of Taichi underground and the Rin is Awesome show above. The battle for the city is underway and you have to wonder what the adventurers would have done if Taichi and Rin hadn't been there.
This week's question is pretty straight forward but it does put me on the spot as I'm having to try to put an overall feeling into words. Hopefully I convey the idea well enough.
Astra, Lost in Space has been a brilliant watch so far and episode 7 continues the journey with great tension, some awesome character moments, and an interesting planet that might really just kill these kids. If you aren't watching this show you definitely need to see if you have access because it is a highly entertaining ride.
Truth be told, Demon-Lord, Retry isn't getting any worse. That said, it set its own bar fairly low so even though this was a step backward from the previous episode is seems about average for the season as a whole. There were however a few quite amusing moments early in the episode before it all just kind of went 'meh'.
Cute and quirky anime characters are definitely an appeal and for some people it will be enough to make them watch an anime? But is being cute all they need to be and does kawaii appeal to everyone?
Cop Craft takes a turn for the lighter this week with some amusing overtones and a much less dramatic case to solve. Still, they are doing a great job building on these characters and this is a very fun entry into the season.
We are checking in with the Summer Anime season again and which shows am I watching, what have I dropped, and which shows am I loving? Here are my thoughts on the season so far and I'd love to know what you've taken from the season so far.
As someone who isn’t a huge fan of school based anime and even less a fan of school based anime that focuses on the over-used plot line of the danger of a club being shut down, oh the horror, it seems weird that I got into Kono Oto Tomare. However, from episode one there was something about Chika Kudo as a character that made me want to give this one some more time.
Some down time for Iride is nice as this week's game focuses on Anya and Himiko and they navigate a dungeon they can't lie in. There's plenty of potential intrigue as we learn more about the cast and their individual quirks. I just really hope this is all going somewhere.
Well, we get a reveal that the enemy isn't what we thought and then not one, but two spontaneous hero power ups based on a mid-battle flash back. Gotta love the diligence with which they pile in the shonen cliches, but much like the earlier part of the season, this week Demon Slayer shows us how to use these standard tropes and still deliver a stand out episode.