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The plot thickens this week on ID:Invaded as the internal logic of the show takes a few gigantic leaps but still manages to spin a fairly compelling tale. This is episode 7 of ID:Invaded.
We finally get Saki, Kuro and Kotoko together as the mystery behind the ghost idol is revealed. Now we're left wondering what the characters will do about it. Irina and Karandi discuss the latest happenings of In/Spectre.
Darwin's Game returns and delivers what by its standards is actually a pretty decent episode. It feels like this anime has finally found its feet.
The second event draws to a close and the happy spirit of exploration and playing a new game continues for Maple. That said, the combination of Maple and Sally is pretty terrifying.
Seigi's run into an old senpai he admires from middle school and so the story begins. Irina and Karandi discuss the latest happenings on The Case Files of Jeweler Richard.
Episode 17 of My Hero Academia season 4 and Kapodaco and I are at odds about whether this is getting better or not.
Episode 5 has the girls scouting locations for an anime commissioned by the robot club followed by a brainstorming session on robot design that probably puts the bar way too high. That said, I'm looking forward to what they create and I had an awesome time watching them begin the planning process. Keep Your Hands … Continue reading Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! Episode 5 Review
The pretty continues with Somali and the Forest Spirit but this week the tone takes a turn for the more serious as the usually exuberant Somali realises she may not be with the golem forever.
Six episodes in and while ID:Invaded at times fails at a common-sense level, what it succeeds at is slowly building up compelling characters and an interesting ongoing mystery underlying the individual cases.