OK, now this Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Episode 21 gave me that reason to care for Rui that was missing in the last episode, even if it’s just slightly. And it also brought up the age old question of what’s Muzan’s objective in all this is even […]
The members of Company 5 and 8 get together for a cookout, ostensibly to celebrate a successful nighttime training exercise. It was here that we learned that these infernals, well some of them, might be man created, and the 1st are the prime suspect of these crimes.
Right, I’m really not sure what to even talk about here. Don’t get me wrong, Dr. STONE Episode 8 was fun as hell to watch but aside from Ruri’s mysterious knowledge on various things that should be out of their scope, the rest of it barely even warrants a review.
Yeah, I pretty sure no one saw that coming. The fact that Rui cut his own head off mere moments before Tanjiro does was pretty clever on his end. However, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Episode 20 was all about Giyu and Shinobu, and their powers.
So we got a good old lore for Princess Hibana and why she decided to pursue a life of selfishness and research in Fire Force Episode 6.
Things are really starting to get interesting in Dr. STONE Episode 7 as Senku finally gets to Kohaku’s village as he meets up with the locals.
That was single-handedly the dopest moment in this series. My goodness the hype in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Episode 19 was unreal. I was on the edge of my sit wondering how Tnajiro was going to get out of this situation.
You know, everyone keeps calling Arthur an idiot, and I’m over here thinking “damm, why are you all so damm harsh on the boy“, then he goes and forgets which hand he wields his sword and I finally understand why. Aside from that, Fire Force Episode 5 finally got things […]
So it seems that there were some humans who’ve awoken much early than we initially thought. Dr. STONE Episode 6 bring us one of this character called Kohaku.