Tag Archives: Cells at Work!
On Saturday, I ventured into London for the MCM Comic Con, and I’ll be sharing a little bit about my time there – mostly the items I picked up, but there are a couple of other things worth mentioning as … Continue reading
Another season of anime has come to an end, which means it is time for me to look back on what I have been watching over the past few months and celebrate the things that really stood to me. During … Continue reading
Cells at Work! is a thirteen episode anime adaptation of the manga series written and illustrated by Akane Shimizu. The director was Kenichi Suzuki, and the studio that produced it was David Production. Cells at Work! aired during the summer … Continue reading
In the twelfth episode of Cells at Work!, Red Blood Cell becomes takes on the task of training a rookie red blood cell during what is just another normal day within the body… maybe.
Things really start to heat up in the eleventh episode of Cells at Work!. Remember, stay hydrated.
Before I start talking about episode 10 of Cells at Work!, I want to share something related to it first. Now, we all know that the Platelets are incredibly adorable, but did you know they have their own theme song? … Continue reading
Episode 9 of Cells at Work! is another glimpse into the past, this time of Killer T Cell and Helper T Cell. Their past selves are quite different from their present-day incarnations.
In the eighth episode of Cells at Work!, Red Blood Cell is determined to do her job without getting lost for once. This also provides a chance for this show to take a look at the circulatory system.
The seventh episode of Cells at Work! adapts a chapter from the manga that I have been quite looking forward to seeing animated. It is quite the foe that the cells have to deal with in this particular episode. Let’s … Continue reading
The halfway point of the summer season of anime is pretty much upon us, which means it is about time for me to share my thoughts on each of the shows I have been watching. I’ll just dive right in.