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Monthly Archives: August 2019
Oh look, it’s Hitoha Hongou where she wants to go to Tomoaki Yamagishi’s room and wrestle her. Oh, and not the brutal kind ’cause she wants to get into Yamagishi-sensei’s pants!
Let’s start this episode with a Disciplinary Action operative making his final stand against Scavenger.
Last time, the Symphogear users witness the activation of the Custodian’s relic at Chateau du Tifauges. Now, we’re gonna see how Noble Red forced Elfnein to activate the Bracelet of Shem-ha. You see, all they need to do is to … Continue reading
Here’s Kohaku again as she’s now carrying this jug full of hot springs water, which said to have medicinal properties. No, not gamer girl bath water because it no longer exists in the stone world!
Here’s Lilith once again as she brought something that will aid Yuko Yoshida on her quest to revive the Dark Clan. Anyways, what Lilith is holding is a mirror…
Well, I must say that despite having an annoying mother, Medhi is such a sweet girl that Masato Oosuki is smitten by her kindness. Too bad that he’s not gonna spend most of his time with Medhi.
So, is anyone remember Okita-sensei? Well, it appears that she found some clues that’ll help Keiki Kiryu on finding the Cinderella. Not significant though, but it’s better than nothing.
Let’s start this episode with an urban legend where if a boy/girl whispered “I love you!” towards someone he/she likes in the middle of a folk dance… …they become lovers after Tojo High School finished their annual school festival. That … Continue reading
Oh look, it’s Ryoko Yoshida as she’s conducting an interview towards her sister, Shadow Mistress Yuko. While it’s nice for Ryoko to interview her sister because she’s a demon, let’s not forget that Yuko is actually a failure when it … Continue reading
Hello everyone and welcome to Arifureta Shokugyou de Sekai Saikyou, an anime show co-produced by WHITE FOX and Asread but it’s mostly the latter who’s doing the heavy-lifting. Anyways, this is the main character of the story named Hajime Nagumo, … Continue reading