Alright, I’ve seen clips of the Netflix’s The Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu no Taizai) Season 4 “Wrath of the Gods” and well damm, I’m lowkey glad I didn’t watch this season.
I came across this really cool video by Psycho Satsujin, who made a mash up 50+ anime celebrating the last ten years of anime. It’s well edited so I thought I’d share it with you all.
Yeah, I said it! I watched the episode and was extremely disappointed with how Mirio’s Sacrifice scene was handled in the My Hero Academia.
Wow, the animation for this weeks episode was insane. The visuals and aesthetic of the whole fight between Shinra and Sho was so well done! Fire Force Episode 21 really brought the heat.
Alright, I don’t care what anyone says, Senku’s dad is not only a genius in his own rights, but hands down the greatest anime dad of all time. Dr. STONE Episode 24 ended on a nice tone, a calm before the storm that’s to come in Season 2.
Alright, things are heating up as Company 8 continues to face off against the Evangelist. Hinawa comes upon an abandoned subway station, where he gets into a shootout with Arrow. Right after that. Arthur and Mirage find themselves in a rematch, as Arthur gets the chance to put the training he received from Benimaru and Konro to the test.
Dr. STONE Episode 23 finally led to the conclusion the Senku phone and now, they’re ready for war.
Sorry for the late review, I’ve…shit I won’t lie, I just haven’t been motivated for a bit. However, we’re here now so let’s get right into it shall we? Fire Force Episode 19 – Into the Nether starts off with Licht’s analysis of the attack on Vulcan’s workshop, which revealed that the Evangelist’s men have been in the “Nether,” the area beneath Tokyo.
The sentimentality of this whole episode was an unexpected one but still a welcomed addition Dr. STONE Episode 22.