The only actual babysitter (though he spends more time sleeping) employed in this anime is sick leaving Ryuuichi with a sudden moment of panic before the butler guy steps in to look after the kids. What I want to know is what normally happens given there is no way I'm believing that Usaida has never … Continue reading School Babysitters Episode 11: Why Don’t They Have Relief Staff?
As the boys rehearse in earnest and Kouta pushes himself to collapse, the play looms ever closer and yet this happy group of friends is facing a fracture that not even Sanrio merchandise may be able to smooth over. Of course I'm kidding. Sanrio merchandise will fix everything and that is why the end of … Continue reading Sanrio Boys Episode 11: Kouta Vs His Own Feelings of Inadequacy
Overview: Togame is a self-proclaimed strategist and in order to gain favour with the shogunate, she seeks out the aid of an exiled warrior to help her collect 12 legendary swords. The warrior is long since dead but she does meet his children and recruits Yasuri Shichika, a swordsman without a sword, to help her … Continue reading Katanagatari Series Review: A Story of a Strategist and Her Sword on the Fetch Quest of a Life-time.
There's certainly something to be said for sticking with the tried and true but Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card is an anime that is starting to really demonstrate that it isn't really game to stick out its own neck. That isn't to say the anime is bad by any means as it is perfectly watchable and … Continue reading Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Episode 11: And The Penguin Is Upside Down, Again
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There are few anime that episodes from their final I feel confident in believing that everything is somehow going to come together, but Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens is remarkably reassuring in the way that each arc within the show has had closure and as we move into the final we see that each of those independent … Continue reading Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens Episode 10: Two Episodes To Go And All The Threads Are Coming Together
You don't think shogi is interesting or intense? Episode 40 of March Comes in Like a Lion pushing its characters to the limit.
We could walk away from this episode and say that at least they came to a dramatic conclusion on the Villar/Marrine thing before we went into the second cour of the anime. However, I think qualifiers like that tend to just try to dismiss the fact that this show hasn't been very good and the … Continue reading Record of Grancrest War Episode 11: Does This Mean Theo Will Get Some Actual Screen Time?
The first story this week was actually kind of fun in a weird tales kind of way. Random transfer student shows up in town and suddenly weird things start happening. However, it isn't the transfer student who is truly the problem but his appearance acts as a catalyst for some of the tensions in the … Continue reading Junji Ito Collection Episode 11: Return To Weird Stories
After last week's average but not particularly bad episode of this anime, How To Keep A Mummy strikes back with an incredibly adorable return to the formula that made the first episodes of this season so irresistible. And in saying that, what I mean is they introduce a new player into the group who at … Continue reading How To Keep a Mummy Episode 10: A Return To Adorable Formula