Tag Archives: Cells at Work! Code Black
The body faces its bleakest chapter yet in the sixth volume of Shigemitsu Harada’s Cells at Work! Code Black. White Blood Cell is down for the count, and all the attempts to help the body from outside all seem to … Continue reading
Another season of anime has come and gone, so once again I’ll be looking back at some of the things I enjoyed most from what I was watching. Here’s the list of what I watched, expect potential spoilers for any … Continue reading
The cells push on with their jobs in the fifth volume of Cells at Work! Code Black, but that proves to be an almost impossible task in a body suffering with diabetes. This volume contains chapters twenty-five through to thirty-one, … Continue reading
Ah, it appears we are roughly halfway though the winter 2021 season of anime. That must mean it is time for me to once again share my impressions of the shows that I have chosen to watch so far.
Bit late with this one for reasons, but here we go: my first “First Impressions” post of 2021. Without any further ado, here are my initial impressions of all the anime shows I chose to watch for this season.
Another new year is almost upon us, and that brings with it an entirely new season of anime. As usual I shall be listing the shows I intend to watch during the new season here. Information is taken from LiveChart.me.
Work conditions are just as awful as ever for the cells of the body in the fourth volume of Cells at Work! Code Black, but one red blood cell tries to remain optimistic. Might be a bit of a misplaced … Continue reading
Things got very dicey in the previous volume of Cells at Work! Code Black, and now in the third volume, things seem to start looking up. Well, right up until the cells suddenly find themselves in a different body… This … Continue reading
The cells return in the second volume of Cells at Work! Code Black, and they are as hard-pressed as ever to ensure the body keeps functioning. That becomes quite a struggle when the body itself is subject to all sorts … Continue reading