It’s the last week of the summer season. God Eater finally shows back up, but unfortunately, the rest of the episodes were pushed back to this winter. Overlord ends with a bang and cash shop items. Finally, Arslan Senki has a proper ending, hopefully we get more of that. Next week, I’m going to have […]
Tag: Arslan Senki
The end of the season is here. Rokka no Yuusha had its last episode and it was a pretty good pay-off. Overlord and Arslan Senki both have one more episode to go. I have no idea where God Eater is. Delayed shows are not fun.
We are getting really close to the end of the season. One or two episodes left for each show. Rokka no Yuusha finally had Adlet give a possible explanation for what happened. Sciences triumphed over magic. Overlord has a bit more world building, and Ainz is getting a bit scared because super powerful items are […]
Just a few more weeks until I know who is the 7th in Rokka no Yuusha; they’re really taking their sweet time there. Overlord started a new storyline, God Eater continues its world building, and Arslan Senki is marching toward its glorious final battle.
There is less than a month left for this season. In Rokka no Yuusha, the Braves are walking toward the truth. In Overlord, nothing seems to be able to stop Ainz. In God Eater, the kid survived… barely. Finally, in Arslan Senki, the long march to siege the capital has started. Outside of Overlord, everything […]
We’ve got about a month left in the summer anime season and God Eater is a no-show for a second week. Rokka no Yuusha shows the power of the Saint of the Swamp in all its green glory. Overlord has more MMORPG tropes being thrown around and a very crazy lady. Finally, Arslan Senki has what could be […]
I think this week’s shows can be summed up as “my life sucks.” In Rokka no Yuusha, Adlet is still being pursed and is no closer to exonerating himself. In Overlord, Ainz’s identity is discovered because he was careless previously. In God Eaters, Lenka discovers that they aren’t very close to saving anyone. Finally, in Arslan […]
Rokka no Yuusha is sure keeping up the suspense about who is the 7th Brave, which I personally find very interesting. Arslan Senki, though, ended its Sidhuran’s without much surprise; hopefully the follow-up has more surprises. God Eaters had a bit more world building in this episode and an ominous feeling for the future.
Just a few more episode until the mid-season, but seems like the drama already started. In Rokka no Yuusha, paranoia reigns with all the Braves wondering who is the fake. In Overlord, Ains and his friend are trying to become low-level adventurers. Finally, in Arslan Senki, a new chapter of Arslan’s adventure begins.
Some nice twists in Rokka no Yuusha this week, and there was also a nice strategy gambit in Arslan Senki. Yeah, for intelligent protagonists. Overlord is also taking the “be careful what you say, because someone might have heard you” direction, which should be amusing to watch unfold. I also finally dropped Chaos Dragon.
Rokka no Yuusha and Arslan Senki are really falling right into the adventure genre I like so much, but God Eater is the anime that pleases me the most aesthetically. You can never have the full package, I guess. Chaos Dragon might get dropped because so far the pacing and storytelling is off. Overlord was […]
Arslan Senki is back with a normal episode. I kinda missed its down-to-earth narrative style. Rokka no Yuusha is also using the adventure style with a plot, which I like a lot. Chaos Dragon and Overlord are still somewhat meh, but they both have one more episode until I decide if I keep or drop them. […]
The summer season has started. I singled out a few shows, but so far only one was really gripping on the first episode: Rokka no Yuusha. Chaos Dragon and Overlord were quite generic, but that might change. There is also another show I wanted to watch, but the episode was delayed because of production trouble […]
The end, mostly. Outside of Arslan Senki, all the other shows I was watching had their last episode, or were delayed to an unknown date in the future.
Season is almost over, most shows only have one more episode to go. This means most of this week’s episodes were action-packed and next week will be wrap up episodes. That is, if they have the time to wrap up their plots.