So episode nine of Black Clover, “Beasts” recently dropped, and for the first time (I think) I’ve mostly got positive things to say about the series. Now I know you’ve probably heard myself and just about everyone else say how boring, unoriginal, loud, obnoxious,… Wait we’ve done this skit before? Right so like I was saying, this week we actually get some character progression for both … Continue reading Episode Update: Black Clover’s new Sakura?
“The Other New Recruit” As a new member of the Black Bulls, Asta is thrilled to receive his very first private room, even though it’s tiny. Everything Asta sees as Magna shows him around the squad’s base is new and exciting to him. I’ll be honest, I was just about to give up on this show. It’s blandness has really been getting to me, and yet … Continue reading Update: Black Clover Episode 7
It sure is getting confusing trying to schedule these things out! But I know if I don’t I’ll have days where I don’t post anything, and I really don’t want that. *sigh* Maybe I’ll start scheduling the “list” type posts out and try to get these more date-able posts out sooner? Recovery of an MMO Junkie Episode 5 – Secret Triangle Have I mentioned how … Continue reading Episode Updates!
Like the title says, I finally renewed my Crunchyroll premium account so that I can stay up to date on all the shows I’m watching. Figured it would be good to support the industry we all love so much, and maybe keep these posts a little more current. And while I’ll be posting some pretty hefty spoilers for some of the newer shows airing now, … Continue reading Episode Updates! (aka got a Crunchyroll premium account!)
Featured image from YouTuber ForneverWorld After watching the first four episodes of Naruto Black Clover, I think I already have a good idea of where the story is going. Asta and Yuno are basically Naruto and Sasuke, with dashes of Rock Lee and Sakura mixed in, respectively. Asta and Yuno are orphans who were raised together from birth after being abandoned at a church orphanage … Continue reading First Impressions: Black Clover