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Sing “Yesterday” For Me: Season 1 Episode 4 “Scene 4: As the River Flows, Shinako Returns Home” – Recap/ Review with Spoilers
In a Rou focused episode, we learn about his life in his older brother’s shadow and watch Shinako’s grieving process.
As Elena is introduced, we also learn what may have led to the death of her and Clair’s parents.
Sing “Yesterday” For Me: Season 1 Episode 3 “Scene 3: What Is Love?” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
Haru reveals a lot of herself to Rikuo and the audience in an episode that may feel like a gut punch.
“Gleipnir” vastly improves as we see our first monster battle, alongside us getting to know the darkness in the characters beyond their anger.
Gleipnir: Season 1 Episode 1 “Something Inside of Me” [Series Premiere] – Recap and Review with Spoilers
While the panty shots are unnecessary, “Gleipnir” does present itself as an intriguing action anime with eyebrow-raising characters.
Unrequited love is a big theme in the latest episode as someone from Shinako’s past is introduced, and they flesh out what happened in Kanazawa.
Sing ‘Yesterday’ For Me: Season 1 Episode 1 “Scene 01” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
“Sing ‘Yesterday’ For Me,” as it addresses the regrets that come with early adulthood, makes you hyper-aware of what is and isn’t going right in your life.
“In/Spectre” tries to have romance, gore, comedy and the supernatural all in one, but it is hard to say it ever perfectly blends the three together.
Medrano solidifies her brand as a dark comedy animator with Helluva Boss, a workplace comedy.
Welcome to Hell! A place where the princess, rather than prep for her eventual reign, is trying to encourage the incorrigible so that they could ascend towards heaven.