Fall 2019: The rest of the field…

This post is brought you by My Hero Academia where I present you the Young Age version of All Might as the Symbol of Justice is joined by genius sidekick Dave Shield. They sure had a great time stopping villains in America. By the way, this dynamic duo is featured in the first movie titled My Hero Academia: Two Heroes.

Also in the first film, here’s Izuku Midoriya he received the Full Gauntlet from Dave’s daughter Melissa Shield. This is a perfect gadget for All Might’s successor as Deku and his friends will tackle Wolfram and his group of terrorists as they take over an island Die Hard-style. At least Deku and All Might saved the day once again.

01. My Hero Academia

Speaking of My Hero Academia, let’s briefly talk about the 4th Season which aired in Fall 2019. While All Might already defeated the leader of the League of Villains and officially retired afterwards, it seems that the wielder of All for One has another trick up his sleeve as he puts Tomura Shigaraki in charge of leading the villains, although Shigaraki is at odds with a powerful villain (and a yakuza boss) named Kai Chisaki (or Overhaul) who also has his own cadre of goons called Shie Hassaikai.

Oh yeah, let’s talk about Izuku Midoriya where he joined a hero agency as he earned his provisional license. Said agency is owned by All Might’s former sidekick Sir Nighteye who’s not only a fan of the now-retired Symbol of Justice, but he doesn’t consider Deku as All Might’s successor at first as Sir Nighteye would rather have Mirio Togata inheriting the One for All Quirk.

In any case, I can feel that My Hero Academia Season 4 will be the darkest season as Izuku Midoriya will fight against Overhaul who has a dangerous Quirk and also fixated on this mysterious girl. Not sure what Quirk does this girl have, but I hope that Deku will manage somehow.

02. Gundam Build Divers Re:Rise

Next up is the latest iteration to the Gundam franchise (and a sequel to Gundam Build Divers) called Gundam Build Divers Re:Rise where it set 2 years after the 2018 anime series. While the threat of Break Decals is already history thanks to the original Build Divers saving Gunpla Battle Nexus from destruction, as well as rescuing Sarah from deletion, the game itself remained popular and it’s getting better with new updates.

Of course, we’re not gonna talk about Riku Mikami and his crew ’cause this sequel will be focusing on Hiroto Kuga, a veteran GBN player who uses a unique Gunpla called Core Gundam where it can dock to various parts and transform into a bigger Gunpla like the Earthree Gundam as seen here. But unlike Riku who’s a newcomer and a team player, Hiroto prefer to play alone as he has a mission to find a mysterious girl named Eve. Then again, Hiroto won’t be a loner anymore ’cause he’ll gain allies along the way.

Now while the original Gundam Build Divers didn’t live up to its predecessors like the Gundam Build Fighters series, I’m hoping that Gundam Build Divers Re:Rise would improve just a little bit.

03. Kandagawa Jet Girls

And finally, let’s talk about a fanservice-laden anime series by TNK where it’s all about girls racing at the Kanda River while using water guns to shoot things. Written by Kenichiro Takaki who’s best known for Senran Kagura and Valkyrie Drive, Kandagawa Jet Girls tells the story of a country girl named Rin Namiki who went to Tokyo in order to pursue her dream as a jet racer much like her late mother. Joined by Misa Aoi, these two girls will work together to fight various rivals in order to become the number one jet racing team.

Now for my first impression on Kandagawa Jet Girls as the visuals are decent and while the story is just your typical underdog story, the most important of all is unadulterated nudity being shown in AT-X so don’t expect some serious plot in Kandagawa Jet Girls. After all, this show will make you horny!

Anyways, that’s all folks for the rest of the shows being aired in Fall 2019. See you next time for the halfway point even though 2019 has already ended!

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