In/Spectre offers a few delighting moments this week as its plot thickens. Irina and I discuss the latest happenings in the case of Steel Lady Nanase.
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.
The mystery of the dead idol continues with Kotoko having a heart to heart with Kuro's ex and some basic investigation going on. Join Irina and I as we discuss the latest happenings.
In/Spectre episode 3 concludes one mystery and jumps into another (after a time skip). Irina and I discuss our thoughts on the episode.
We're back with the second episode of In/Spectre and I must say I was really enjoying it. Right up until we got a 'to be continued' shot and then the credits rolled right when things were getting really juicy. It is such a cheap plot particularly when it is clear that this story will be … Continue reading In/Spectre Episode 2 Review
The nice thing about not looking at what is coming out in the next season is that sometimes you get these pleasant surprises. While In/Spectre isn't going to have the broad appeal of bigger anime, for those who like their fun supernatural stories this one certainly has all the signs of being pretty entertaining.
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.
The saga with the student council continues though I have to admit it delivers a fairly bland episode of Iruma-kun. It isn't bad but there's not a huge amount of laughs or really anything this episode, unless you really like someone reading out shoujo manga.
Iruma's class are growing flowers with magic this week in Marimashita! Iruma-Kun. What could possibly go wrong when a human wearing a magic eating ring tries to use magic to grow a flower in a demon school?
Well, the conclusion of the race and the ranking of the class ended up being pretty amusing. Iruma just keeps getting in deeper and it is a lot of fun to watch even as it is completely bonkers and silly.