Just when you thought you knew what was going on in Season 1
My did Season 1 end with a cliffhanger, which I am gonna spoil because it’s been what, 3 or 4 years(?) since it aired: Titans in the walls! Talk about a bombshell.
Attack on Titan comes back after a long wait with a very intense plot as we delve deeper into the AoT universe. So much is going that I have no idea where to start. Well, I can say that Season 2 carries on from where Season 1 ended with everyone who was fighting the Titans looking at the part of the wall which crumbled after Annie had grabbed it in her attempt to escape from Eren in his Titan form.
More like attack on humans amirite?
It’s been so long since my last post! But I have come back now that my exams are over. There are so many new anime that have released and I want to check out, one of them being Attack on Titan Season 2, and since I watched Season 1 before I started blogging and because of the big gap between them, I went back to refresh my memory on Season 1.
Attack on Titan is set in a fictional world where humanity is on the brink of extinction. Why? Human-eating Titans. Yes, Titans, and as such humans have resorted to building tall walls in order to get away from them. Three in fact, those being Maria, Rose and Sina, and for 100 years humanity has been safe from these Titans. Well, those who remain behind these walls. Continue reading
Them feels though
A belated happy 2017 to all my beloved readers! Here’s to another good year! ^o^/
It has been so long since I last watched Adventure Tri. I knew the third part (Kokuhaku) had aired, but totally forgot about it until I had a sudden realisation one day that it had (sorry guys ^^”). So I made the time to finally get round to watching it, and it definitely did not disappoint.
For those of you new to the blog, I was part of the generation that grew up with the likes of Pokemon, Digimon, Beyblade and Yu-Gi-Oh! So I’m one of those who like their nostalgia, but in doses as that makes it more appealing and enjoyable. After my long break from the series, it was nice to see Tai and the gang once again in Kokuhaku which follows on from the events of Ketsui. To refresh our minds on the latter, Ketsui ended with everyone (except Joe) taking part in the school festival. The Digimon were there too, but Meicoomon becomes infected after a certain someone who we thought was good but turns out they’re not (who I will reveal shortly to save those who haven’t yet seen any of Adventure Tri from spoilers) made it happen. Sad times. Also, Joe was more of a bench warmer in Ketsui what with him needing to focus on exams, and poor Gomamon couldn’t hang around with him. Mimi had more show time and definitely used the opportunity well, bringing in some energy into the episodes. Continue reading
A timeless love
The final episode of Pokemon Generations comes in the form of The Redemption, and I’ll say right now that the series definitely redeemed itself after The Investigation, ending it on a high and touching episode.
Since this is the final time we see the Kalos and the Pokemon Universe in Generations, what better way to end it by featuring post-game content. I know that The Investigation had post-game content, but that was kinda meh. I guess it was included to save this part of the content for the final episode. Good job, but I still don’t like The Investigation. Continue reading
A Pokemon remembers
It’s the penultimate episode of Pokemon Generations, and wow did the time fly by. It felt like just the other day I was watching the first two episodes that came out and seeing a montage of the different Regions before starting our adventure in the Kanto Region.
Again we’re in the Kalos Region, and The Investigation failed to impress. I wasn’t entirely focused on the episode the first time I watched it, but when I watched it again, it wasn’t anything amazing. Unlike previous episodes, The Investigation has made a dip in the quality of Pokemon Generations episodes released. It is a shame really, considering how each episode has surpassed the previous, and now we get something like this. Continue reading
No rest for the wicked
So there are around two or three (maybe four to make it a nice 20) episodes to go now before the end of a short but amazing series that is Pokemon Generations. And we’re finally in the Kalos Region! I haven’t played X or Y, but from the looks of this episode, it’s a pretty interesting Region with its villains.
The Beauty Eternal is sort of a fast paced but dark episode, and is a strong-ish start to a new Region. Lysandre is our main guy in this episode and judging from the glimpse of Yveltal at the end *late spoiler alert*, he’s the villain from Pokemon Y. At first I thought he was a good guy, what with how he seemed to be portrayed during a public presentation with his Pyroar, until he mentions something about never letting the world become ugly. Turns out he’s part of Team Flare. My lack of Pokemon gaming knowledge is clearly showing… Continue reading
Well there’s a first time for everything, and this week’s episode definitely proved that. It was such an amazing episode that it made me wonder why all anime isn’t this good. There is a good handful of anime that’s brilliant don’t get me wrong, but when you have a short series like Pokemon Generations, it makes you wonder why there aren’t more hidden gems like this out there.
The King Returns is still based in the Unova Region and continues on from The Frozen World with Kyurem under the control of Team Plasma. Ghetsis is using it to create an ice age in Unova which as you saw in The Frozen World, worked well against Gym Leader Drayden who failed in saving Opelucid City from Team Plasma. It’s definitely a strong episode and has everything you could ask for: good score playing in the background, Legendary Pokemon, strong storyline, and Pokemon Fusion. Continue reading
Ice ice baby
Wow, and I thought The Uprising was dark but epic. As promised, I watched The Frozen World shortly after I posted up the review for The Uprising, and it just amazed me at how things took an even darker turn.
The Frozen World is a continuation of The Uprising what with the battle between the Gym Leaders and Team Plasma, only this time the number of people and Pokemon have decreased, and the battle in this episode takes place in a more crowded area.
So you’re watching an episode of Pokemon Generations (of course) but it’s not your standard Pokemon Generations episode. Instead of being in open areas or in caves and what have you, we’re in Opelucid City in the Unova Region with Batman-style action. No no there’s no (Zu-/Gol-) Batman; it’s a Pokemon meets Batman episode. You’ll see what I mean. Continue reading
Time for Unova Region
That pun was intended, but apologies if you’re throwing tomatoes at the screen =P I try to make my posts as fun and interesting as possible!
Anyway, another late Pokemon Generations post, but I will have this week’s episode (Episode 14) up shortly after this one, so I’ll be back on track next week. Now we’re in the Unova Region, and those who watch the anime will know our main girl Iris is the MC in this episode. She sounds a lot like Lucy Heartfilia from the English Dub version of Fairy Tail. Does sort of suit her. Continue reading
Team Galactic are back at it again
Sorry for another late Pokemon Generations review; being a final year uni student means a very busy schedule. But I haven’t forgotten my beloved readers!
The Magma Stone is last week’s episode which featured Team Galactic yet again, who now have a new leader, Charon, since former leader Cyrus just left them to it after finding his utopia in The New World. Talk about being a good team player eh?
Anyway, Team Galactic have left their plan to use Dialga and Palkia to create their ideal world, and have turned to another Legendary Pokemon: Heatran. I guess this is the worst of the three Pokemon considering it lives in Stark Mountain and is a Fire/Steel Type, whereas Dialga is just a Steel Type and Palkia is a Water Type. Continue reading