We return to our regularly scheduled weekend programming. I noticed they decided to take some changes with the examination formats, especially how they seem to be doing them 1 by 1 instead of having them done simultaneously. I guess that would save some time and extra work since a good chunk of these fights are only given through us by snippets instead of being fully shown.
We’re closing the end of this season but I’m curious as to where they’ll cut off, and exactly how soon the 3rd season gets green-lit.
Continue reading Boku no Hero Academia Episodes 34- Creative Liberties
Here we go, we’re starting off the Hero Killer Arc with news that Iida has signed up to join his the agency his brother worked at for an attempt at vengeance. Meanwhile Deku is about to learn a fancy new trick which will finally make him not a complete pushover.
Things are looking up and I can’t wait til the kiddies finally meet Stain. I’m just wondering if it’ll take the entirety of the next cour since I think it’ll only take around 8 episodes to get there.
Continue reading Boku no Hero Academia Episodes 26: Back to Neutral
With the exciting match concluded, we only have the rest of the sports tourney arc before we move onto the real nitty gritty arc of the kids going off to do their own heroics with some pros for experience and training while a greater evil looms over them. Best not to worry about that for now since the conflict for this arc, Stain, has been shown off and he looks as menacing as ever.
Continue reading Boku no Hero Academia Episodes 24: Enter the Hero Killer
Ain’t this just the latest I’ve ever been.
It’s a strange feeling I have since I actually read ahead of the series and knew what was going to happen so technically, I could have written this up way earlier. This was also my most anticipated series of the season yet me being aware of its events made me prioritize other things than watching how its scenes were adapted. Thankfully we’re here now so let’s get this out of the way so I can judge if Bahamut was worth watching or not.
Continue reading Boku no Hero Academia Episodes 14-18: Mother of Recaps
So here I was writing the review for Ace Attorney, only to remember it’s 24-ish episodes and that I didn’t need to talk about it yet. As if the delays weren’t bad enough, yeah?
Boku no Hero Academia or BnHA is the “other” hero series that’s making strides that isn’t One Punch Man back in the East. I actually marvel at how something of this genre with the whole School and Hero thing haven’t been combined before. I’m damn sure it actually has but this seems to be the most prominent one out of it in recent memory. I didn’t expect much but I was genuinely happy with what I watched.
Continue reading Boku no Hero Academia- Zero To Hero
Spring is definitely a savior with it formally ushering in new year content aside from the overlapping residuals left from the Winter Season. Even I’m surprised to find myself watching this amount of shows, but I don’t think that will last all that much since some are actually teetering on the edge of being watched or dropped but we’re still a one or two more weeks away from the classic 3 episode rule but after last season, I’m feeling pretty generous.
So let’s not waste time, let’s get down to what I’m watching this season.
Continue reading Spring Anime 2016 Week 1-2