Here I go dipping my toes into seasonal anime for Winter 2021 with Cells at Work season 2, Cells at Work: Code Black, and The Promised Neverland Season 2.
The Slow Burn With The Satisfying Conclusion Where do you even start with The Promised Neverland? As a viewing experience it is an extraordinary roller coster of emotional highs and lows, of fearing for the safety of characters, of being annoyed at times by the distractions of minor characters or plot points, but ultimately it … Continue reading The Promised Neverland Series Review
She's one of a trio of precocious eleven year olds who learn her whole life is a lie. Emma from The Promised Neverland shines and today I want to take a closer look at her.
The Promised Neverland Episode 12 - No chance of avoiding spoilers in a review of the final episode but let's just say this was a lovely way to close the season and leave it totally open for another.
The Promised Neverland Episode 11 - Its finally the eve of Ray's birthday and both Emma and Ray have a plan. However, only Emma's plan will keep Ray alive so I'm thinking they should go with that one.
The Promised Neverland Episode 10 - Norman's time is us and the impact on Emma and Ray is tremendous. However, there are still a few potential twists in this tale.
The Promised Neverland Episode 9 Review - It is an absolute literal cliff hanger and it was brilliant.
The Promised Neverland Episode 8 Review - Tension and suspense explode this week as the slow crawl finally reaches a major turning point. With Sister Krone's story coming to an end and some major progress on Isabella monitoring the kids' escape plans, episode 8 is definitely upping the game as we head towards the end of the season.
The Promised Neverland Episode 7 - The sister proposes a deal and after confirming a few points Norman and Emma accept it. However, there is no trust in this alliance and it might be over before it even really begins because the other player in the house clearly has their own plans at work.
The Promised Neverland Episode 6 Review - Don and Gilda narrowly avoid discovery, or maybe not. It is hard to tell with Isabella as to what she knows but doesn't mention and what she is unaware of. However, we've got traitors galore this episode and the question is, can anyone's word be trusted?