The tenth episode of Abilities Average is another one that is anime-only, at least as far as I can remember. A birthday party for a certain innkeeper’s daughter makes Mile feel nostalgic, and that in turn stirs up feelings of jealousy within Reina. Continue reading
The forty-third episode of Star ☆ Twinkle PreCure wraps up the Elena arc that effectively started back in episode thirty-nine, with a visit to the Planet Guten. This particular planet is notable for being the place where Tenjou came from.
I have particularly high hopes for this episode. Hopefully it will meet my expectations. Continue reading
After taking a break and giving us a recap episode last week, Chidori RSC returns to our screens with actual new content. Various Rifle Shooting Clubs converge on Hiroshima as the Nations draw ever closer. Continue reading
Thoughts on Sword Art Online Alternative Gun Gale Online, Vol. 5: 3rd Squad Jam: Betrayers’ Choice: Finish
The fifth volume of Keiichi Sigsawa’s Sword Art Online Alternative Gun Gale Online light novel series features the conclusion of the third Squad Jam event. There may be some betrayal involved, as the title implies. Continue reading
The second volume of Nekomint’s manga adaptation of FUNA’s Abilities Average light novel series focuses on Mile and company’s time at the Hunters’ Prep School, more specifically the graduation exam.
Something – or rather, someone – who didn’t make it into the anime adaptation appears in this volume of the manga. This one covers chapters seven through to eleven. Continue reading
The third volume of Yukiko’s Futaribeya: A Room for Two gives us more of the everyday lives of Sakurako and Kasumi, as well as their friends and family.
This volume contains chapters twenty-three through to thirty-one, two special chapters and one bonus chapter. Continue reading
The seventh volume of Shotaro Tokuno’s New Game! manga is one that picks up from where the second season of anime left off.
In other words, this is all new content, not even seen in the anime. Whilst the personnel of Eagle Jump may have changed a bit, everyone still has their own roles to play. Continue reading