Miyazaki, Shinkai, Hosoda–take your final bows and vacate the stage. We enter a new epoch–a paradigm shift. The Time of Weasel.
DarliFra goes Full Soap Opera Mode as the amnesiac ex-lover (Hiro) reunites with our heroine and the romantic hopeful (Ichigo) desperately fortifies her side of the love triangle. Add in a fake pregnancy and we have our pilot for The Horny and the Restless.
The curtain rolls back on the unofficial season premiere of My Hero Academia—a show primarily concerned with “heros” and their “academic” careers–and Bubble Boy’s secret plan to haremitize his female classmates.
Can Gundam Build Divers deliver on the foundational promises in its opening animation? To cute-slap the audience’s face with cat-boys, weasel-commanders, and wolf-captains (oh my)?
DarliFra flips the script on the historically hexed number thirteen, re-finding the dark and macabre path it meandered from after episode five.
The AniMessenger swoops into the scene, vanquishing the villains who would wrest the Hero Academia from his mitts. The Hero Academia belongs to me. My Hero Academia!
Every otaku must eventually make a choice: A) watch a Gundam anime, B) build a Gunpla model, or C) watch a Gundam anime about building Gunpla models. Gundam Build Divers exists for all the C-pickers.
The AniMessenger gallops towards 500 Followers, having bamboozled over 400 already! Will the Weary Reviewer complete his quest and secure the Holy Grail? Or will his blog self-destruct, raining fire upon the AniWasteland from whence it came?
“If you place your hopes in anything, they will be betrayed. Promises will go unfulfilled, and faith will be let down”–Mitsuru’s words–a reflection of this reviewer’s experience with the show.
Super’s “conclusion” comes replete with undeniably cool moments, nostalgia aplenty, and visual flair–the last two episodes did too, but better.