Is it really the hero's job to charge in sword waving even if the cost is the soldiers who follow after? Seiya certainly disagrees with that model of heroism and honestly it is hard to fault his logic in not just leaping into he fray. He might not have made a new friend this week but his logic was pretty solid.
Latina sure was cute but is that enough to carry a slice of life fantasy series about a human adventurer taking in a demon daughter? Turns out, pretty much yes.
Lutz continues to shine in Ascendance of a Bookworm and he finally got Main to feel vaguely like someone you could be a little sympathetic for. Also, their career as merchants seems to be well on track so all things considered there's little to complain about in the latest episodes of Ascendance of a Bookworm.
For I am the great and powerful Oz? I'm not entirely sure what this current sequence of Granblue episodes are going for though I did start wondering if I was in fact watching an anime or a slide show at one point in this episode.
Here we go with an update on how the season is going. And no, there was no week 6 update - my bad.
While episode 5 seemed to take an eternity, 6 + 7 roll along quite nicely with Ahiru no Sora finishing the match and introducing some more petty issues for the team to overcome. It's all working well enough in these two episodes but nothing overly remarkable.
Pointless beach episode - probably enough said.
Episode 6 moves along quite a bit quicker than episode 5 and the resolution of the terrorists in the mall works well enough in Special 7. Then we go to an episode which is admittedly down time and set up but unlike some other shows this one manages to keep things moving along as it does it and offers some new perspectives, or at least a chance to learn a bit more about some of the characters in the process.
Not a bad showing given the previous handful of episodes, but neither is this an episode that is going to change your overall opinion about Kabukichou Sherlock. It works well enough but isn't satisfying as a mystery and the comedy is still very much missing the mark.
Genzo trains a lizardman (girl) and then they set up their own pro-wrestling tournament for Genzo to earn some money toward his pet shop. The standard gags from this anime appear and it all works well enough without providing much that is really note-worthy.