We continue across the sea of stars, where Gee and Iro watch the seminal 1988-1997 Legend of the Galactic Heroes OVA a few episodes at a time. Keep an eye out for this podcast between main installments of The GLORIO Chat as we work our way through the history books. This time: Episodes 73-75.
After filling out a shady survey, Masato aka “Ma-kun” is sucked into the beta of a new, extremely realistic fantasy online game. The catch? His mom is there with him.
Accelerator has recovered from his injuries, albeit with his powers now severely limited. Before he can leave the hospital, he’s attacked by a new enemy trying to obtain his DNA.
15 years after a portal to the world of fey opened over the Pacific Ocean, the gateway city of San Teresa is a hotbed of crime both mundane and fantastic. Grizzled veteran detective Kei Matoba finds himself assigned a new partner: Tirana Exedirika, a knight of the very same magical race that Kei hates; even worse, she’s young, naive, and has a strong sense of justice. Together, they fight crime.
Uenoyama is a skilled guitarist who has lost his passion for playing, while Sato is constantly carrying around a prized guitar that he has no idea how to play or restring. When he begs Uenoyama to fix his guitar and then teach him to play, Sato becomes completely attached, and the relationship is cemented when he tags along to Uenoyama’s band practice and listens to him perform for the first time.
Yoshida Yuko is a meek girl in the grips of poverty (trust me, that is somehow relevant to the plot of this comedy) who is descended from a bloodline of demons. She has awakened the ability to revive her family’s true power, but first she must murder a magical girl.
Two childhood friends are transported to another world and it’s like an RPG. There is literally nothing I can say about this show that will make it sound interesting.