Well, opinions are split this week, at least Kapodaco and I saw a few things a little differently when it comes to the second episode of My Hero Academia season 4. Join us as we cover Midoriya's journey to become the world's greatest hero, just as soon as he figures out what that actually looks like.
Kapodaco and I are back covering My Hero Academia as season 4 launches. Check out our thoughts this week over on Kapodaco's blog The Visualist's Veranda. I'd love to know what you thought of the episode so be sure to have a read of the post and leave us a comment.
While individually both the hero and the goddess aren't exactly great, when played against one another, Cautious Hero manages to actually be kind of funny and honestly I'm enjoying this different approaching to 'heroing' so far. While not great by any means, this one is probably a keeper for the season.
Oh look, another isekai. Right after finishing the wrestling one I move onto this. And we get another gimmick; in this case the hero might be fairly strong starting out but he's also almost pathologically cautious. Will the useless goddess convince him to be a hero or is this world doomed?
Endro Episode 12 Review- It's time for the final face off between a demon lord and a hero but how will Endro deliver this event?
Endro Episode 11 Review - An odd series of events leads to a powerful plot twist and this one was kind of amusing.
Endro Episode 7 and 8 Review - Cute Princesses and cute girls get more acquainted. Followed by a variety of shenanigans.
Endro Episode 5 Review - This week we introduce a Princess but where many an anime might now roll out someone extremely annoying, Endro takes the standard tropes and delivers something fairly interesting with them. I have to admit I really quite enjoyed this episode.
Endro Episode 3 Review - With the demon lord making herself scarce this week we actually got a pretty cute episode of nothingness.
Endro! Episode 2 Review - And the girls continue to train as adventurers while the demon lord continues to plot against them. Riveting, really.