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!
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.
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.
Instead of an epic boss fight against Chudelkin, we get a Hercule Satan one-shot.
I stand by my assertion about the time it will take for Kirito to kick Eugeo’s butt.
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
A new chapter in Sword Art Online: Alicization begins
This episode of Sword Art Online: Alicization has more talking, but then it builds up to something exciting in the end.
The biggest story in Sword Art Online’s history just started its dub on Toonami. Let’s dive in.
To prepare for my new series on Sword Art Online: Alicization, I’m going to do something controversial: talk about why I like the show.