Weeks have passed with no news on Ctholly’s mission. Willem is anxious but continues to keep up with his work. He escorts Tiat to the hospital for a check up. She is awakening to her powers and needs to begin her training.
Join us for our Pilgrimage to Mecha – where I go back in time and catch up on some of the classics and hidden gems of the mecha genre. Whether it was before my time or I simply missed out on them, it’s time for me to watch them and let you know why you should too!
This time, I share my thoughts on two different takes on the Masamune Shirow classic: Dominion Tank Police
This show is called Eromanga-Sensei, in case you forgot for some reason this episode is here to remind you. Yes, if you like this you are a bad person.
Everyone sits around for a whole episode and speculates on the rules governing the situation. For no particular reason, they turn out to be completely correct.
It seems #HATEWATCH is catching on as Re:Creators was bad enough for Iro to handle separately this week (stay tuned) and I’m quickly losing interest in Atom: The Beginning’s glacial pacing and flat writing. Marlin and I also almost turned on our favorite sleeper hit Tsukigakirei, but fortunately the rest of the Roundup is good enough to keep us motivated.
Willem reveals the true power of the Dug Weapons and presents the possibility of Ctholly avoiding death in the upcoming battle. With this new information, Ctholly tries to decide her best course of action.
This episode is literally called Buck Naked Mansion people. BUCK. NAKED. MANSION. This stuff writes itself.