Scientific inventions, hard work, and Christmas lights come together in this pair of episode as Ishigami Village continues to rush technological advancement in order to prepare for the coming conflict. As usual, the cast carry the show and there's plenty to enjoy in this pair of episodes.
This week the heroes rush in and we get to watch Tamaki, the most timid of the big 3, in action.
The flies have met their match in episode 8 though the girl has learned absolutely nothing and is still pretty much set on throwing her own life away (honourably of course). However, just when Seiya has things under control a new threat emerges for episode 9. I was not expecting this series to be this interesting but I'm glad I stuck with it.
Didn't I Say To Make My Abilities Average in the Next Life continues to take a slightly different path from the novels but the end result works well enough. These two episodes are definitely a step up from the beach episode we got at episode 7.
My Hero Academia has definitely had a slow start to the season though episode seven gives us a sense that maybe things are moving. It isn't necessarily about the lack of action, it is more about the lack of anything going on (those cute character moments that used to be fun, the camaraderie between the … Continue reading Visualist x 100!!!! – My Hero Academia Season 4: Episode 7
Assassins Pride continues to do little with concepts that could be interesting, this week plunging us into a murder-mystery kind of plot only one that lacks any real tension and feels utterly disconnected from the whole Melida Angel storyline that seemed to be the point of the anime. Some pretty scenery notwithstanding, episodes 7 + 8 delivery little to recommend this anime.
Apparently bringing the focus onto Clara can liven up anything. Mairimashita Iruma-Kun gives us this amusing diversion as we watch Clara try to win back Iruma's attention from the student council. On the bright side, she certainly won the audience's attention.
Fun episode even if it doesn't quite seem to make sense of its characters. But I guess everything is better when you throw in a barbecue.
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.