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Sword Art Online: Alicization – War of Underworld 2 Episode 5 Impression

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On this episode, Eiji and Yuna fights against PoH. Meanwhile, Sinon and Leafa continues fighting and struggling.

Whoa, when Eiji and Yuna made an appearance, I felt like I was a crossover of Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale movie. Also, the action fight between them is awesome until the end. Other than that, seeing Sinon’s and Leafa’s battles is cool. Now will Kirito finally wake on the next episode? I hope he will. Overall, awesome Ordinal Scale duo action and some more dark twists. …continue reading

    

Maou Gakuin no Futekigousha: Shijou Saikyou no Maou no Shiso, Tensei shite Shison-tachi no Gakkou e Episode 6 Impression

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On this episode, Anos is invited to a magic sword tournament. Meanwhile, Anos has Melheis investigate his current enemies’ motives.

It’s adorable to see Anos’ mom being clingy with him and reveal his childhood background to his friends. Also, I liked how Anos casually dates Misha in front of his mom. Other than that, I’m a bit surprised that our male lead still allows his parents to heavily influence him even though he’s the Demon King. Now what’s going to happen next during the tournament? I can’t wait to find out. Overall, interesting tournament plot development and more adorable parent moments. …continue reading

    

Inuyasha sequel anime Yashahime’s preview video is here, with a glimpse at Sango and Miroku’s son

Multi-generational follow-up to the Rumiko Takahashi hit also has a confirmed premiere date. For anime fans, the last several months have been a string of one TV series or movie getting delayed after another. There’s finally some good news, though, as there’s now an official debut date for Yashahime, the follow-up to beloved mega-hit Inuyasha. […]

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Evangelion, Spice and Wolf LED manhole covers installed in otaku-friendly neighborhood in Japan

Beautiful salutes to nearly two dozen anime/manga franchises light the way to the newest otaku destination. Japan is filled with sightseeing options. On the traditional side of things are its shrines and temples, and urban landmarks such as the Shibuya Scramble crossing and Akihabara’s ever-changing cityscape are reflections of the country’s modern culture. Recently, though, […]

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