Back when SAO: Alicization ended the dub of its first half on Toonami, I promised that I would continue reviewing the show when part two came out. Now I intend to keep that promise, and I’m not waiting for the dub. #Swordartonline
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.
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.
Someday, I want to learn the secret on how Kirito is able to make so many girls fall for him. After this episode, Alice might end being next on the list.
I was too busy dealing with the fact that Game of Thrones and Star vs. were over that I forgot to write my review for the last episode of SAO: Alicization.
This week’s episode of Sword Art Online: Alicization has one of the best sword fights of the season.
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
If you were hoping to learn what happened to Alice after she got arrested by the Integrity Knights, then you will have to keep waiting for a little bit longer.
In this episode of My Swordsman Academia, sorry I had to make the joke. In these episodes, we see what Kirito’s been doing for the last two years.
Sorry for the delay, everyone! My review for the next dub of SAO: Alicization is up
Back in the real world, we watch as Asuna finally makes a contribution to the plot for the first time in forever.
The first boss fight of the game has been cleared. Wait… this isn’t a game, though. So why I do still see it as one?
This anime is going to be one of those “slow-burning” ones. As in, be ready for the long haul.
The biggest story in Sword Art Online’s history just started its dub on Toonami. Let’s dive in.
Something about this seems really familiar