The Minato family, upon being visited by the person threatening to end the world, perform a dance about manju. Unsure of how to proceed the plot, we revisit the case of the missing mother. She’s been in Aizen’s basement all along, trapped inside a space vase.
We sleep through episode 18, then watch as D.R.L.N. sends the bad robot to go fight the Ultramen.
Natsuo has a crush on his teacher, but he knows it’s unrequited. He ends up attending a mixer, where he meets a girl and has sex with her. It’s then revealed that his father is remarrying, and I’ll give you three guesses who his step-mum’s two daughters are.
When you’re born, you are given a Book of Fate which states everything that’ll happen until you die. But the Chaos Tellers are out there, turning people into monsters and messing with people’s books, so it’s up to Ex and his band of friends to stop them. Also everyone can transform into fairy tale characters because it’s a gacha game adaptation.
Whether you want Sherlock adaptations, mothers becoming politicians or comically-sized handguns, J-drama has it all. Here’s a look at what I watched this year.
PIGMON THE BEST.
You know what’s cooler than new weapons and new forms? Fusion, baby! Along with the introduction of Ultraman Ruebe, we get some pretty stellar parenting from Papa Minato.