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.
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.
Granblue Fantasy season 2 gives us another luke warm showing as the crew crash onto a misty island inhabited by friendly zombies.
Well it took the whole episode but we finally get a resolution to the Vira/Katalina story. Lots of things going boom this week but not a lot else to write about.
What greater horror than realising an anime that initially promises potential will not fulfil any of it? Here is Afterlost, a champion at broken promises and fairly dull story-telling.
Way too much flashback on Vira and Katalina at this point. Largely because even though this time we had Vira's perspective it added little new knowledge. Here we are with Granblue Fantasy Seaon 2 Episode 4.
And episode 3 reminds us firmly this is based on a game as a character drops in for a scene and serves no purpose other than a soundboard and to remind us she exists. Oh well, it isn't like we expect any better from Granblue Fantasy at this point.
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.
Astra Lost in Space kind of came out of nowhere and it did not take long before I was hooked. This one is a reasonable story told well and despite some flaws it was a solid adventure to go on. Be sure to read the full review.
Granblue Fantasy was a watchable but fairly forgettable fantasy adventure anime from 2017. Two years on and the story returns but is it worth watching this season?