Oh boy... Arifureta the anime... Hmm, nope, let's just do this.
After the near disaster that was Tio's introduction in volume 3 my hopes were not high going into volume 4. Fortunately, the plot kicks things into high gear and doesn't really stop making for a fairly enjoyable romp.
What to do when sent to look for a missing person? Well if you are Hajime you first negotiate a decent reward and then you proceed to kill anything in your path, but did he have to pick up yet another girl for his harem?
When you have a main party this overpowered the only thing to do is throw everything at them, including terrible puns. Hajime and Yue having escaped the dungeon now encounter a blue bunny girl before setting off to defeat the remaining labyrinths. If you missed my review of Volume 1 you can find it here. … Continue reading Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Volume 2 Light Novel Review: They Introduced a Bunny Girl
This one a novel I picked up off a recommendation from the Book Depository when there happened to be a sale and I had 10% off. I hadn't heard of the title or read anything about it. As a result, it ended up fairly low in my read pile and I passed over it a … Continue reading Arifureta: From Commonplace to World’s Strongest Light Novel Review – I Dare You To Call the Protagonist Overpowered
Overview: The sequel to Hamatora, the story picks up immediately after the events in season 1 so be prepared for a few major spoilers for season 1 if you read on. Review: Hamatora is an enjoyable enough story with a bit of mystery, a bit of super powered violence, some friendship stuff and a lot … Continue reading Re: Hamatora Series Review