To aru kagaku no Railgun T 21 spends a little time, with infodumps lined with bust-size gags, to various organizers, both good and shady, looking for the creator of Indian Poker, but pretty quickly after that switches to the story of Ryoko Kuriba, and stays with her. Apparently she was split into two, with mechanical … Continue reading

6, 7, and 8’s – Decadence, Maou Gakuin, Uzaki-chan, Houkago Teibou Nisshi, Oisha-san

Deca-dence either is being coy with the clues it's giving us, or I'm just not paying attention. The interplay between the robot world and the "human" one seems to have a connection in Minato, who is human but fully aware of the game aspect and has the power to drive it, though he can't change … Continue reading 6, 7, and 8’s – Decadence, Maou Gakuin, Uzaki-chan, Houkago Teibou Nisshi, Oisha-san

Deca-dence 6, Uzaki and Monster Musume 5, Railgun T 18-19, Fishing girls 6, Maou Gakuin 7

In Deca-dence 6, as expected, Kaburagi gets his punishment, working on a bug-rehabilitation shit-shoveling (literally) duty. Things are pretty rotten for him but he's reminded in an audio he mysteriously has about Natsume and not giving up. So he doesn't either. Soon he learns of a way to log into Deca-dence, which means fighting an … Continue reading Deca-dence 6, Uzaki and Monster Musume 5, Railgun T 18-19, Fishing girls 6, Maou Gakuin 7

Uzaki and Monster Musume 4, Houkago 5, Maou Gakuin 5-6, Deca-dence 5

Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai 4, like the others, is divided into sketches. First it's a little gaming, then Shinichi gets dragged off by you-know-who to get blue-light blocking glasses, all the usual, and a little slow for me. It then gets downright weird when they play the show's version of Pokemon Go. Shinichi keeps capturing gorillas. … Continue reading Uzaki and Monster Musume 4, Houkago 5, Maou Gakuin 5-6, Deca-dence 5