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Menou has quite a fight on her hands in the eleventh episode of The Executioner and Her Way of Life. Fortunately, she has at least one capable ally nearby who is willing to lend a hand.
Miss Kobayashi indulges in a little bit of relaxation in the eleventh episode of Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid S, and then she learns a little more about Tohru’s past.
I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Episode 11: We Went to the Top of the World Tree
Azusa eats an odd mushroom in the eleventh episode of I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level, resulting in her having to climb the World Tree to find something that can counteract its effects.
Tropical Club activities are back on in the eleventh episode of Tropical-Rouge! PreCure, and they have everyone playing in the sand.
The eleventh episode of Otherside Picnic returns to something I’m a little more familiar with, after adapting an episode from a part that I haven’t read yet and an anime original episode. We’re finally getting chapter five adapted. American soldiers … Continue reading
Previously, we saw how Shimamura adjusted to being a second year high school student. This time around, we are privy to Adachi’s thoughts about the whole thing.
Yuna’s stay at Milella continues in the eleventh episode of Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear. She may have taken care of one problem, but there is another one that she decides to take care of.
Last time we had an episode focus on two teachers back in their youth, and now this time around we get a focus on both of their apprentices. The location may be the same, but their experiences are different.
Cure Grace, Cure Fontaine and Cure Sparkle have some unfinished business to attend to in episode eleven of Healin’ Good ♡ PreCure, but the passage of time has only resulted in their opponents growing even more formidable.
As the end of the season bares down on us, it is time for some drama in BanG Dream!. This time around, RAISE A SUILEN are providing it. LOCK has only joined the band relatively recently, but it might not … Continue reading