So they really about end the episode without showing us what that white-clad Evangelist turned into after eating that bug? Nah, Fire Force Episode 13 did us dirty. Advertisements
Man, I totally called it when I said that the village and Ruri knowing who Senku was all thanks to his Dad leaving some type of legacy behind in my last review. Now, in Dr. STONE Episode 16, we got to learn more about Senku’s dad and his own dreams.
It’s been a while but we’re finally back on that Fire Force review. Fire Force Episode 12 didn’t miss a beat and really shared a lot more about the abilities of the flame generation and the cons that come with it. Also, Benimaru a lot more stronger than I anticipated.
It seems the plot continues to thicken in Dr. STONE Episode 15 as we finally learn the name of the village and what Ruri knows about Senku.
Alright, I’ll be honest. I’ve being extremely hesitate in reviewing Fate/Grand Order Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia. With how incredibly complex the Fate universe can be, I felt that I was too out of touch to be jumping into a Fate series having only seen Fate/Zero & Fate/stay night: […]
As I predicated from my last review, it’s ended up being Chrome who defeats Magma using science, with a little help from a mentalist. Dr. STONE Episode 14 highlights both Senku’s insane IQ and Chrome incredibly fast-learning ability.
What an ending. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Episode 26 really hit them feels hard and got me hyped up for the feature length film that’s going to be covering the Infinity Train Arc!
If you thought the anime episodes were amazing, then you’ll be in for a treat as it has just being announced that Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Anime Gets Sequel feature length film focusing on the Infinity Train Arc!
Well, things took an unexpected turn this week’s episode of Dr. STONE Episode 13.