I made an angry list last year, so this time I figured I’d go with a more long-form retrospective that hopefully didn’t end up quite as acerbic, but, well… read ahead.
Hello, and welcome to All Your Monies, where The Glorio Blog’s resident toy and figure collecting crew (and Aqua) will run down the last week’s new pre-orders, turning a loving or scathing eye over what’s been put out for you to spend your hard earned cash on. This week we’ve got girls girls girls! Also boys. And rabbits, snakes, and hawks.
Do Mon catches up to Sogo and the gang, while Moura reveals the truth about Felia’s origin.
The party forge onward searching for the Altar of Abyss, but soon Gus and his men are hot on their trail.
Sogo, Kaon and Felia set off on a road trip to the mysterious Altar of the Abyss to try and restore Felia’s powers.
Sogo rushes to to the enemy’s mobile base to rescue Felia, whose desperation leads to drastic changes to both herself and Moura.
Do Mon and company rush to repair the roof before a typhoon hits. Meanwhile, the villainous trio get a bead on Felia’s location.
Sogo, Kaon, Felicia, and Moura are thrown out for causing trouble and decide to have a day on the town. Unfortunately, their fun is about to be ruined by a mysterious lolicon troublemaker.
Sogo and Kaon escape from the cave and return back to Sogo’s home with the mysterious girl in tow.
Sōgo is a young boy living in the mining town of Garden Indigo who loves to collect rare crystals. One day, while helping his friend Kaon escape her unwanted fiancee, the pair crash into an underground cavern where they uncover a mysterious white haired girl.
Like the changing of the leaves the Fall anime season brings a change in source materials, with the latest crop of shows full of light novel adaptations and anime originals. Part one of our guide is anchored by solid, know entities like Noragami and the inevitable return of the Monogatari series, but there’s a lot of other interesting new shows as well. We’re all at least curious to see if Mari Okada can turn the new Gundam series into anything less that a train wreck and I’m rather intrigued to see the stylish but infuriatingly misspelled Concrete Revoltio. Just watch out for those “Light Novel Mad Libs” shows that seem to make up the rest.