Tensura: Please learn to be succinct. The thrills continue to be lacking as we plunge into episode 2 of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime and decided to become a politician. Be sure to read the full review.
This week on Tensura or That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime we get a bit of a political conversation, a look at who is manipulating the situation and a lot of silly reaction faces. Be sure to read the full review.
Well, Tensura or That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is back with season 2 part 2 airing. So here we are with my impressions of episode 37.
Having watched and enjoyed season 1 of How Not To Summon a Demon Lord and then watched and kind of tolerated season 2 with 'Omega', I am now putting all of the posts together in one place for your reading pleasure.
While season one of How Not To Summon a Demon Lord wasn't exactly the most amazing thing ever, it was fun. So going into season 2 that was more or less what I expected. Yet what I got was a little bit different.
Stone Wars picks up with the Kingdom of Science preparing to go to war with Tsukasa and his chosen brutes, however Senku is sticking with his plan of saving everyone and wants a war without bloodshed. How will he go about this and, more importantly, will it be entertaining?
Rimuru is back and tis time our little bouncing ball of slime is... well he's finishing off teaching and then returning home to get into some political trouble before taking on mass-extermination of an army. It's a busy time. Be sure to read the full review.
While nothing in this second season will change my opinion that season one of The Promised Neverland was an excellent, well crafted narrative that hit just the right emotional notes, there's no avoiding the fact that season 2 is pretty much everything season 1 wasn't and the end result is a less than satisfying mess. Be sure to read the full review and I'd love to know your thoughts on the series so leave me a comment. I will however warn there are spoilers for the final episode in this review which I would normally avoid but in this case I kind of feel I should spare people from having to watch this themselves so it is kind of needed.
I went into season 2 of Fruits Basket being warned not to set my expectations too high. That was probably a good thing but to be honest there's a lot to love in this follow up season that the original anime series never got.
To say that the second season of DanMachi doesn't quite match the high energy fun of season one would be an understatement. However, we do get some important world building and character introductions so the question is whether that's enough for a season.