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.
Secrets are all going to be revealed in the final two episodes of Astra Lost in Space. While this anime had its flaws for me it remains one of the best watches of the Summer season.
It's the final episode and I know both Irina and I are sad to see Given come to an end. That said, we're back with this final review as we see where the band ends up at how things play out for Mafuyu and Uenoyama.
Right, so Irina is reviewing Given this week with some minor supporting comments from me as I'm still trying to get over this stupid fever that has had me feeling just awful for the week. That said, Given was worth getting out of bed to watch and write about so that's something.
Given was amazing this week. An absolute emotional roller coaster. Come and see what Irina and I have to say as we work our way through the events of this episode.
Unmasking the Villain Astra Lost in Space Episode 10 Okay, we’re up to the answer to the question we’ve had since the beginning when an idea of the traitor in the midst was first floated in Astra Lost in Space so if you are wanting to watch this without spoilers I’d strongly suggest not reading … Continue reading Kanata no Astra Review Episode 10
It is drama, drama, drama this week in the best possible way. We learn about Yuki and see the band gearing up for the show but things are definitely not going well with Mafuyu either still having no lyrics or not able to sing them at the rehearsal. It was a great episode and Irina and I are ready to gush.
There's a definite feeling of excitement with episode 9 as the kids finally get some answers as to what happened to them and why. But if you think the bombshells will stop there, think again. This episode just keeps bringing out the big moments and it works so well.
Both Irina and I continue to find reasons to be thrilled that we are watching Given this season. Not that it is hard to find reasons when you've got great writing and great characterisation.
There's something about a show that is great that makes it even more precarious than just being average. Great leads to expectations which means when you get something that is still pretty good but not great, you suddenly feel cheated or disappointed. Episode 8 of Kanata no Astra kind of has that effect. That said, it is still one of the stand out anime of the season and it didn't actually become terrible. It just didn't quite live up to the expectations of the cliffhanger from episode 7.