Maple continues to find new and exciting ways to break the game and so over two episodes we get skills that turn her into a mecha girl, allow her to have her own evangelion parody and also a ball of wool. Oh, and did I mention Maple also became an angel? Bofuri remains a delightfully silly anime to enjoy each week.
I never did review the final three episodes of this anime though I did finish watching it. Honestly, I just didn't have enough to say about those episodes individually. Here's a supernatural police drama that manages to yawn its way through 12 episodes despite the promise of vampires, dragons and large scale terrorism.
For the last time, why does anime think CPR is in any way romantic? I cannot stand this trope. Anyway, Darwin's Game continues to be mediocre with a few interesting moments as the Shibuya event continues.
What to do after another event finishes and you've now got your own flying turtle? Naturally you start a guild. Maple and Sally share the love in episode 6 of Bofuri.
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.
The combination of Maple and Sally continues to essentially break the game but they are having so much fun. The second event continues and the girls take on multiple boss fights this episode and look super cute doing it.
Oh boy... Arifureta the anime... Hmm, nope, let's just do this.
The best story in the world will fail without decently written characters. As such, for my final best anime of 2019, I'm looking at the anime I thought had the best cast.
Science fiction and anime go very handily together. Now I'm sure those who followed my blog last year will already know which sci-fi anime I thought was the best but for everyone else, be sure to read and find out.