After several episodes of waiting, Lemillion manages to catch up to Overhaul and retrieve Eri. But can he beat him on his own? And I don’t care what IGN says, the fight’s not “a letdown”.
Of all the times for the show to go on a mid-season finale break, they choose to do it now? When things are getting really good? Well, see you guys again in April. LINK START!
This decade saw some crazy developments. Disney dominated, Star Wars came back, and superheroes ruled the box office. Let’s back on some of the memorable moments of pop culture in the 2010s.
So many blockbusters and hit films came out in 2019 that I almost lost track. As this year draws to a close, I look at my picks for my ten favorite movies of 2019. Also, I noticed a lot of them came from Disney and that’s a little scary.
Gentlemen, thanks to the enemies meddling, the war for Underworld has escalated. It has now become the first Great VR War. Summon the supporting cast!
This is my way of saying that the War for Underworld’s about to get even crazier than it already is.
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?
Sword and fist clash in one of the most bizarre matchups in Sword Art Online as the war for Underworld continues. Also, a familiar character appears!
As the decade draws to a close, I list off all the movies that I loved over the past ten years. There A LOT of them!
After days of fruitless searching, Nighteye finds out where they’re keeping Eri. Thanks to Magical Girls toys of all things.
As the war in Underworld progresses, Alice learns of her importance to the Dark Territory and her title as the Priestess of Light.
My Plans for December 2019 Thanksgiving Day’s behind us and we survived Black Friday; and I hope the Force was with you if you went shopping. Now the holiday season’s … Continue Reading The Force is With Us This December
My Hero Academia, Season 4, Episode 6 Review/Recap Ever since Midoriya had to Overhaul take that little girl, Eri, he can’t stop thinking about how scared she was. Before we … Continue Reading A Girl Named Eri
It took us six episodes to get to this point, but at last, the War for Underworld has begun. I waited for this moment since reading about it in the web novels. I wanted it to be what made SAO a good isekai again. However, this first episode felt like a repeat of the Battle of Ice and Fire from Game of Thrones. The difference is that this time we can see what’s going on.
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’ve noticed a recurring theme among stories that feature a climatic final battle between two opposing forces. Right before the big fight, there’s always a moment where the cast calms down and prepares themselves for what’s about to happen. Star Wars had their moment with Luke and Leia in Jedi; and Game of Thrones had a whole episode before the White Walkers attacked. Now SAO: Alicization goes through its own calm before the storm as the final battle for Underworld is about to begin.