Amazing. That's the only thing that I can say about this episode. From the animation, to entire battle, I was completely and utterly captivated by this episode. Like, the second the Temari hit Yushiro, I thought to myself, "HOLY SHIT, THEY REALLY KILLED THIS MAN OFF?!" But then he began to regenerate, because he's a … Continue reading Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Ep. 9 REVIEW: Arrowball
It's a short one this week.
HOLY SHIT. THIS EPISODE WAS AWESOME. It starts off with Tanjiro and Nezuko fighting the demons, with Tanjiro realizing because Nezuko's a demon, he doesn't need to protect her all the time. Unperturbed, Tanjiro goes after two of them demons, where he sees their swamp. After Tanjiro enters the swamp, seeing all the discarded clothes … Continue reading Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Ep. 7 REVIEW: MUZAN.
Not a review, but I give a brief summary of what I thought of the episode.
*sigh* Why is this show SO basic?! I mean, the first 7m 30s are interesting, with Sctrom rising again, and then he goes and wrecks shit in a neiboring kingdom, killing again, making an army of Demonoids, and overrunning the Kingdom. Then the main characters at the Magic School get informed of this, and then … Continue reading Philosopher’s Grandson Ep. 6 REVIEW: Spouts, MMD, and Knights.
I know, I'm late; let's get this over with. This episode seems to be a bottle episode, with Free taking a backseat to the action for once and Marlya and Klara end up going after the villain of the week instead. Dorothea gets a tip that they've found the Black Fairy Tome in another city, … Continue reading Fairy gone Ep. 6 REVIEW: I can’t think of a title, so here’s what I think of the episode.
Happy Mother's day. Now, the first official Arc of Demon Slayer begins! When Tanjiro gets to the town where he is assigned to look into the situation, he comes to the town, and encounters an man who was with one of the girls before they disappeared. Tanjiro requests to investigate for him, with his sense … Continue reading Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Ep. 6 REVIEW: Protect