Monthly Archives: October 2016
Episode 4 of ViVid Strike! delves a little into Rinne’s past, showing us how she come to be the person we see in the present day.
In this episode of Maho Girls PreCure!, the most recently introduced enemy general meets the Cures for the first time, and the bee fairy Chikurun engages in some espionage – or, attempts to.
The game I’ve chosen to highlight this month has you doing a whole variety of different things. These range from clipping hairs off vegetables to playing badminton whilst flying planes, amongst many other bizarre challenges. The key to conquering any … Continue reading
In the 35th episode of Maho Girls PreCure!, the time for the students of Tsunagi First Middle School to elect a new student council president draws near. They aren’t exactly spoiled for choice with only two candidates, though.
FLIP FLAPPERS continues to be incredibly good, and this episode only made me love it more. We got some classical magical girl transformations, and a dash of Symphogear in there, as well.
In episode 34 of Maho Girls PreCure!, Mayumi gets the spotlight as we focus on her first love.
For this month, the game I’m choosing to focus on for the Wii U is yet another one where colour plays a major role. We’ve had Kirby and the Rainbow Paintbrush and Splatoon before, but now it’s time for a … Continue reading
In the 33rd episode of Maho Girls PreCure!, an archaeologist from the Magic World pays a visit to the Non Magic World. This isn’t any old archaeologist, though – it’s someone Riko knows fairly well.
Episodes 32 to 36 of Maho Girls PreCure! have now been subbed, which means it’s time for me to cover them here again. Much like last time we got a whole collection of episodes released at once, I’ll be covering … Continue reading
Previously, Ichigo had an encounter with the Soul Reapers Renji Abarai and Byakuya Kuchiki. Things certainly didn’t go his way, and now he finds himself undergoing some rather dangerous training with Kisuke Urahara. There are nine chapters in this eighth … Continue reading