So, I just realized that today was Pokémon Day, and I had no idea about it. And since scheduling a last minute livestream of Pokémon Sword/Shield seems like a bad idea, I want to do something else. So, I decided to do a little retrospective on what Pokemon’s meant to me over the years.
I’m currently writing this on my phone as I prepare to go to bed, but this can’t wait until the morning. I just got done watching My Hero Academia: Heroes … Continue Reading Deku and Bakugo Team Up in Heroes Rising and it is Glorious
So, last episode of My Hero Academia saw the end to one of the biggest stories in the anime’s history. Overhaul loses the ability to use his Quirk, and Sir Nighteye died surrounded by All Might, Deku, LeMillion, and everyone else. What could one of the biggest shonen anime on the market do to top such an amazing arc? Apparently start a new one with a slice of life theme.
On one side, we have Raphtalia, the best girl of 2019 and Waifu of the year. On the other, we have Malty Melromarc, the worst girl in anime history and Cersei Lannister 2.0. Perfectly balanced, as all things should be.
As the raid on the Hassakai’s base continues, the League of Villains members Twice and Toga suddenly appear! What could they posstibly want, though?
When faced with the overwhelming power of one of the Eight Bullets, can Red Riot and Fat Gum’s unbreakable shield hold up?
After days of fruitless searching, Nighteye finds out where they’re keeping Eri. Thanks to Magical Girls toys of all things.
After a two week break, My Hero Academia returns with a new episode. A chance encounter with a villain forces Midoriya to make a difficult decision. Not long after, he learns why All Might and Sir Nighteye split up, and All Might’s task of fighting fate.
I couldn’t resist being able to write about the new season of My Hero Academia. It’s one of the hot anime right now, and I love superheroes. Despite being a recap episode, it manages to avoid falling victim to the problems of recap episodes.
I came into this season having high hopes that this would be what would recapture the spark that launched SAO to international fame/infamy. After all, it’s the most extended story that Reki Kawahara wrote for SAO, covering almost ten light novels altogether. Then it turned into a dungeon crawl halfway through. With part one over, I want to review Sword Art Online: Alicization.
We’re at the mid-season finale of SAO: Alicization, and this will be my last review/recap until the show resumes in October; not waiting for the dub. Now, let’s get this mid-game boss fight started. Kirito vs. Quinella!
Having been drawn out of hiding to save Kirito and Alice, Cardinal comes face to face with her nemesis, Quinella.
I stand by my assertion about the time it will take for Kirito to kick Eugeo’s butt.
We’ve seen how far the so-called “Pontifex” Quinella is willing to go to maintain her power. She created the Taboo Index to shackle the humans of Underworld to her oppressive rules. It’s only in this episode of SAO: Alicization that we see the depths of her wickedness. At this point, she’s number two on my list of most hated women in anime. Guess who’s number one.
First, I would like to offer everyone my deepest apologies for not getting this done sooner. I have been so busy in my life right now, so I am trying to keep up with a lot of things at once.
That said, let us get started with the second part of Sword Art Online: Alicization. For the record, I have not read any of Karandi’s articles on it lately, as I want to experience it for myself and make my own judgement
I put it off for an entire week, but now it’s time to look at this. It’s as bad as I thought it would be