The big day is finally here. With tensions high, Reina and Kumiko continue to support each other in reaching their goal.
Part 3 of our Summer 2015 Anime Guide is basically a formality for me to talk about my most anticipated show of the season, Gatchaman Crowds Inisght. Hopefully the surreal, colorful look at life in the Social Media Age will be the sequel we never knew we needed. As for the rest of it, well, despite what Gee tells me about Prison School I can’t say we saved the best for last. But, who knows? Maybe Bikini Warriors and Pillow Boys will turn out to be new anime classics! Take a look and let us know what you think looks watchable.
With Reina’s drama over, Kumiko focuses back on herself. Despite her experience, she is finding the high level parts of the piece difficult to master. After being taken out from a particularly tough section, she finds the strength to play in Reina’s indomitable drive. Jel swears it’s a metaphor for lesbianism.
22 episodes later and we’re saying goodbye to this year’s most tentacled teacher.
Jel delivers his eulogy for Mikagura School Suite and says sayonara to Ninja Slayer, but sadly not Plastic Memories. Meanwhile just about every other show is going for the Baker’s Dozen on episode count or continuing to next season, so it seems reports of the Summer 2015 Roundup’s demise were premature.
Start your movie! Kamen Riders Gaim and Drive cross over for a epic battle against the Bor– err, the Cyberme– No, wait, the ‘Megahex’. But first, both Riders get to show off in their own segments. Aqua talks about the epilogue to Gaim, while Zigg looks into what might be Drive’s best adventure yet.
A hundred years later, it’s time to settle the Joestar family’s feud with Dio and his mysterious Stand: The World.
Yamada’s life is falling apart in the aftermath of the Seventh Witch’s power, but he’s determined to do whatever it takes to reverse it. Concerned that he is getting too close to the true secret about the witches, the Student Council starts taking drastic measures to stop him.