The second episode of Special 7 is on more solid footing than episode 1 was. It is still fairly unspectacular as it introduces the rookie to the rest of the team and goes about solving a case that seems more to exist for the sake of introductions than anything else, but it is fun enough.
Clearly Iruma-Kun has set its tone for the season and fortunately it is pleasantly enjoyable even if a little on the silly side. This week the students summon their familiars with some entertaining results.
Continuing with the spooky October theme this week I'm counting down my favourite creepy anime OP's and ED's. These may or may not belong to creepy anime but the music certainly fits a horror story.
We're back with the second episode and I'd like to say that things are rolling along nicely but a lot of this episode is pretty anti-climatic. While things do get moving in the second half, there just isn't a lot going on this week.
Domestic Girlfriend is melodrama from start to finish yet somehow it is a train wreck of a romance story that managed to keep me watching even while I wanted to bang the heads of all of the main characters together. I know this review is late but here are my whole series thoughts of Domestic Girlfriend.
So this one seems to be settling into the standard gag of the week kind of plot. Which makes sense given Null & Peta only has five minutes to play with.
So they threw yet another curve ball at us before the end of the tournament but we have finally gotten to curing Ruri. I have to admit it is deeply satisfying seeing all of the pieces coming together here.
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Case solving Rakugo... Not sure I'm buying that but this first episode was entertaining enough if a little bit silly. I'm kind of hoping the detectives here move beyond the one note characters they portray here because otherwise it will get old fast.
Episode 2 of Ascendance of a Bookworm is as underwhelming as the first. While that's not a huge surprise, what I'm finding more of a surprise is how close to dropping this I am. I'll give it a third episode but honestly I'm not sold on Main and her quest to find or make a book.