The stress of running the park has taken a toll on Kanye and he catches a Summer cold. Worried about his perfect attendance record at school, the rest of the crew use the latest magic technology to take his place. This show is weird.
Shinichi dashes out to confront his mother’s killer, only to find Uda, a man in the same boat as him. They become quick friends, and Uda decides to help Shinichi as his mother’s killer finally reveals itself.
Team Try Fighter’s next big opponent is Shimon, a junior boxing champ competing with his younger brother’s snap built gunpla. Despite its shoddiness, Shimon proves to have more than enough skill as a fighter to compensate. Can our heroes bring themselves to beat the man fighting for his brother?
We send Colons in to start catching up with one the great animated masterpieces of our generation. I promise he chose to do this on his own.
We’d like to welcome Iain “colons” Dawson to the Glorio Blog, whom according to Chris and Zigg is neither a set of punctuation marks or part of anyone’s digestive tract. He’ll be up and posting soon enough, but in the meantime you can check out his website or hit him up on twitter @mftb. Yay.
Shirobako keeps getting better as it drops some hard reality on us, Garo gets super weird, and Argvollen becomes so predictable that even I can guess the plot without watching a single episode,
Shinnosuke has figured out the truth behind the mysterious robberies, but the Special Unit’s efforts to investigate further are being blocked from higher up.
Amira and company are spared the death sentence with a little intervention. We are then reminded of what happened in the first six episodes.