Subaru hits the floor hard in this episode. It’s not just a game that he’s been thrown in to, there’s a whole country at stake!
The happy reunion is short-lived as Goku Black makes his way to our heroes’ timeline. Don’t try time travel at home, kids – it’s a serious crime!
Well, that just about wraps it up for the Spring 2016 season! With Kiznaiver and Flying Witch ending this week, and Mayoiga wrapping up its strange adventure last week, that’s it for the shows that won’t be continuing in to summer. Let’s all look forward to what the summer season has to offer, including more Re:Zero and Dragon Ball Super!
This series has been a consistent relaxing and heartwarming end to a great week of anime this season. Let’s hope to see some more flying, and more magic in future seasons to come!
A whale in this sky, and hotcakes with friends. That’s only the start of the day! Coming up right after this, the review of the finale and final impressions for Flying Witch!
In the grand finale of Kiznaiver, a girl goes from bridge-bombing evil dictator, to misunderstood teen, to everybody’s new friend in twenty-two minutes. Overall, a pretty good run.
With the completion of the somewhat questionable Mayoiga, Clouded Anime will be picking up Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu for the summer season! With the conclusion of the Rem & Ram/curse arc, this is a great place to pick up reviews. For all previous episodes, check out our Spring 2016 Weekly Reactions posts for thoughts and episode scores.
The tension barely lets up as the time machine completes its one-way trip. The present day cast knows there’s something up, especially the confused young Trunks. No, that isn’t Bulma’s illegitimate love child!
It’s the penultimate week for the Spring 2016 season, and the finale for one really odd show. The long awaited ‘Future Trunks Arc’ has begun on Dragon Ball Super, plus we get a little extra look in to the world of Final Fantasy XV! No Flying Witch this week.
Katsuhira does some hard thinking in this episode – but even with all his brooding and apparent disconnection, he has more support than he knows.