I think Dr. STONE Episode 20 was great for two reasons, one it highlights how human’s create inventions from inspiration around them and two, we got memes. Yes, Senku’s dad did not fail us and passed down one of modern man’s most valuable creation.
See, this is what I meant in my last review. You really can’t trust anyone in this show. Fire Force is really starting to feel like the Assassin’s Creed game, where anyone might be a Templar in hiding. This is also why I said to not underestimate Arthur, he’s well hiding something.
Well, this episode really gets you thinking huh? Not gonna lie, Tsukasa made some rather compelling points when you start to think about it in Dr. STONE Episode 19, however, it may not be all that easy like he makes it sound.
Huh, I never realized that all the animals in Fire Force had gone extinct. It’s always interesting to learn more about this world and its inhabitant. Fire Force Episode 15 has us following Shinra trying to recruit a blacksmith for Company 8th who’s apparently a genius.
I have to say, Gen is slowly becoming my favorite character in Dr. Stone and a key player to the success of today war against the Kingdom of Might in Dr. STONE Episode 18.
Right, in this Fire Force Episode 14 we learned a lot more about Shinra’s ability and how it connects with the infernal. Also, Beni is a beast and the best fire solider out there that we’ve seen thus far in this anime.
Well, that was one hell of an episode. Even though Byakuya isn’t the biological father of Senku, that guy has easily won father of the millennium, hands down. I don’t think you’ll find a more dedicated dad in anime after watching Dr. STONE Episode 17.
Joker, despite its infamous reputation with the media, is honestly a work of art. I’ve recently been talking about the movie with some friends and thinking more about what each scene meant, and of course the one scene that has had everyone puzzled, including myself, was the last scene with the Joker back at what looks to be an asylum. At first glance, with all the delusions that Arthur experienced, it was one that left people wondering if the events in the movie actually happened. Well, I think I may have figured out what that last scene meant. I may not be the only one, but when it clicked to me, I had to share it.
Man! I don’t usually keep up with the Boruto anime (reading the manga currently), but episode 129 showed something that I didn’t know I needed but now grateful, which is Boruto meeting up with Naruto when he was a child. However, I won’t be addressing the actual episode itself, but more so the aesthetic of the episode and how it highlights the stark difference between the original Naruto anime and the new Boruto anime.