Summer 2019: The end of the rest…

This post is brought you by Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru no Darou ka as I give you the 2nd OVA episode after the 2nd season.

Enjoy this fanservice-laden episode full of girls in swimsuits, all while laughing your ass on how Bell Cranel’s friends got mushrooms on their heads.

01. Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru no Darou ka?

Speaking of DanMachi, let’s talk about the second season where after dealing with Apollo and his familia, Bell Cranel and the rest of the Hestia Familia are at odds with Ishtar as they attempt to rescue Sanjouno Haruhime from sacrificing her life to create a powerful weapon that can kill gods.

Fortunately, Bell managed to rescue Haruhime from the Ishtar Familia, although he and his allies got some help from Freya in which she personally killed Ishtar. While they won the battle, all I can say is that Freya will continue to watch over Bell Cranel because she really want to get her hands on Bell someday.

With that said, I feel that the second season of DanMachi is a big improvement over the first season. Not only Bell Cranel has changed a lot thanks to Hestia and his friends, but the stakes are higher as they deal with various gods in Orario. Good thing that Bell Cranel manage to overcome those odds, but let’s wait and see on the next season.

02. Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru?

And lastly, here’s Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru? where I’m surprised that it’s not only informative about exercise but the show is surprisingly enjoyable to watch, especially Hibiki Sakura where she loves lifting weights at the gym in order to get herself fit. Still, the only thing that Hibiki didn’t accomplish is beating Akemi Soryuin in bench presses, even after showing her battle aura in the final episode. Man, if only this show got another season where it might get a crossover with Kengan Ashura.

Anyways, looks like I’m done for Summer 2019. Sure that it’s very late, but I’m still catching up with other shows before the 2019 Anime Season is over.

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