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The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 13

The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 13

Raphtalia Fan Service

Well, I have to congratulate The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 for having the worst last episode of the season. I complained about Spy x Family’s final episode earlier. But, the final Shield Hero Season 2 episode is so much worse because it wouldn’t even be good not as the final episode.

Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 13 should have been an OVA bundled with the physical release of the series. At least then I would have had somewhat of a reason to skip watching and reviewing it. But, instead, here we are.

So, what makes Episode 13 so bad? It’s a fan service episode. And I don’t mean that it’s an ecchi fan service episode. I mean that it’s the girls of the series recounting mundane activities they did in the past that we didn’t see.

Kizuna, Raphtalia, and Rishia trying on bathing suits from the anime series The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 13
Kizuna, Raphtalia, and Rishia trying on bathing suits

The first part of the episode focused on Raphtalia trying on clothes to impress Naofumi. With the help of Kizuna and Rishia, we saw Raphtalia dressed as an empress, samurai, maid, and in a bathing suit. Naofumi didn’t actually get to see any of that, though. At least, not as far as we know.

This may have been the best part of the episode. And, hopefully, from the image above, you can see that even the best part of the episode still isn’t very good. If you’re going to make a fan service episode, you might as well go full ecchi with it.

Since there’s not much else to say about this part, I guess I’ll objectify some anime girls before moving on. Kizuna looks the best in her bathing suit, followed by Rishia, and Raphtalia in last place. Grown Raphtalia in a different bathing suit would have ranked above Rishia, though.

Kizuna and Yomogi Story Time

The next part of the episode was story time with Kizuna and Yomogi. Now, this could have been an interesting part of the episode. We finally got to hear the story of how Kizuna survived for four years in the Eternal Labyrinth. But, of course, it wasn’t an interesting story.

Based on what Kizuna tells Yomogi, she spent the majority of her time in the labyrinth hunting and eating. She attempted to figure a way out a few times but gave up pretty fast. Why try to escape when you could eat grilled fish every day instead?

Kizuna also considered taking her own life at one point. But, she decided not to because she still hadn’t perfected her grilled fish recipe. We actually don’t know why she didn’t follow through with it. And if we got a reason, it could have added to her character development a bit.

Kizuna, Chris, and Yomogi fishing from the anime series The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 13
Kizuna, Chris, and Yomogi fishing

What we do know is that Kizuna had her own version of Wilson from Castaway. She had a white ball on which she drew a face. This was her only friend for the years she spent within the Eternal Labyrinth. And, this friend is something Yomogi relates to.

Apparently, Yomogi thinks Kizuna’s and the ball’s relationship is the same as hers and Kyo’s. I don’t understand why she thinks that — and Kizuna doesn’t seem to either. But, this is the segue into Yomogi’s story about the time Kyo didn’t realize his glasses were on his head.

I get that this was a funny story to Yomogi. But, it was a terrible story. Even Kizuna and Chris didn’t seem to find it interesting. Was it supposed to humanize Kyo? I can’t figure out another reason. And that’s a pretty terrible reason to include such a boring story.

Ost’s Sex Education Class

The final part of the episode is how I know the target audience for Shield Hero can’t be very old. Of course, I also assumed this after Myne received her new name in Season 1. This time, we have Ost Horai explaining what sex is to Raphtalia and Filo.

But, why does that imply that the target audience for the series is young? She’s supposed to be saying something scandalous, but it’s so vague that it’s not exciting. There’s the implication of an explanation of what sex is. We don’t even get Ost’s explanation itself.

Now, why exactly the series went in this direction, I don’t know. Is it because anything more explicit would raise the age rating for the series? That doesn’t seem likely considering the series includes slavery and foul language. But, those are also things kids would think are edgy and therefore cool.

Ost Horai corrupting the minds of the youth from the anime series The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 13
Ost Horai corrupting the minds of the youth

At the very least, this scene made me wish Ost stuck around longer. I still don’t think Rishia is a very interesting addition to Naofumi’s harem. But, if Ost was also there, her interactions with Rishia would make Rishia better. Also, it would mean that the harem gets a mature option.

Everyone knows that a good harem has a variety of options to choose from. Right now, we have a child, a generic female lead, and a generic shy female. Melty also exists, but she hasn’t been present all season. And I guess she falls somewhere between Filo and Raphtalia in the harem.

Ost was the perfect addition. She’s an older woman who worked as a concubine; she has experience, unlike the others. Unless the Queen herself joins Naofumi’s harem, I’m not sure we’ll be getting a true replacement for Ost.

Conclusion

Did you watch The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 13? If so, what did you think of it? After finishing this episode, I actually lowered my score of the series by a full point. Season 2 would have been better with only 12 episodes.

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Spy x Family

Spy x Family

Spy x Family anime series cover art
Spy x Family

Series Overview

Spy x Family (same name in Japanese) is an action-comedy series about a spy and his family. We don’t know this spy’s real name. But, for his current assignment, he’s going by Loid Forger. His mission is to get married, have a kid, enroll that kid in a prestigious school, and use that to get close to his target.

Oh, and Loid only has a few weeks or months to get all this done. So, of course, that means his mission is impossible. But, just because his mission is impossible doesn’t mean he can’t accomplish it.

First, Loid adopts a child who seems to be smart enough to get into the prestigious Eden College. Next, he marries some random woman he meets in a tailor shop. And finally, he finds out that having a family — even a pretend one — is going to be the hardest mission of his life.

Spy x Family is one of the best anime of the season. It was also one of the most anticipated anime of the season, if not the entire year. So, yes, it’s a good anime and you should watch it. But, after watching the whole first season, I do think it’s a bit overrated.

Most of the episodes are good. There were one or two I didn’t like all that much. But, I was definitely bought into the hype surrounding the series while watching it. Now that I’ve had a chance to reflect on it as a whole, I’ve lowered my score.

And, the main reason for this is that I don’t feel that this series did anything exceptionally well. It’s a good, solid anime. There are anime that do everything Spy x Family does, but better. Kaguya-sama Season 3 is one example from this same season.

The Forgers

Loid Forger, code name: Twilight, is a spy with the organization WISE from the country of Westalis. His mission is to infiltrate the inner circle of Ostanian politician Donovan Desmond. Loid is a master of disguise and something of a rockstar among WISE’s agents.

Anya Forger is Loid’s adopted daughter. Like her father, she too has a secret. Anya is actually an esper who can read the minds of those around her. Because of this, she’s aware that Loid is a spy — something she finds exciting since her favorite anime is about a spy.

Yor Forger, formerly Yor Briar, is Loid’s wife and Anya’s adoptive mother. Her secret is that she’s actually an assassin, though we don’t yet know whom she’s an assassin for. As an assassin, she goes by the name Thorn Princess, referencing the signature spikes she uses to kill.

Anya and Loid taking a nap on the couch from the anime series Spy x Family
Anya and Loid taking a nap on the couch

While not a Forger, Yuri Briar is Yor’s younger brother, and therefore a part of the family. If you guessed that he has a secret as well, you’d be right. Yuri works for the secret police of Ostania. Specifically, his job is to track down and arrest spies from Westalis.

So, the dynamic between the various members of the Forger family is pretty good. They all keep their various secrets from each other. But, some of them have others figured out. For example, Anya knows her parents are a spy and an assassin respectively. And Loid doesn’t take much time to figure out Yuri’s secret.

I’m assuming that at some point more of their secrets will come out. But, I’m also afraid that could mess with the dynamic they currently have. Would the series have its same charm if they were no longer keeping secrets from each other?

What I Want from Part 2

A second season of Spy x Family is in the works. It’s currently called “Part 2,” but it’s a second season. And there are a few things I’d like to see from this second season that we didn’t get from the first.

The main thing I want is more Yor content. There is Yor content in this season of the anime. There were entire episodes dedicated to her. But, of the three Forgers, she’s the one with the least content by far in the first season. Most of the time, Yor isn’t much more than a background character.

We see a lot of Loid since he’s the first of the main characters we meet. He goes on various missions aside from having a fake family. And we get to follow along with some of these missions. Often, they’re intertwined with the main story.

Anya and Yor having drinks from the anime series Spy x Family
Anya and Yor having drinks

Likewise, we see a lot of Anya. She’s the big draw of the series since she’s cute and funny, so of course, she needs a lot of screen time. And she gets plenty of this screen time while she’s at school when Yor isn’t around (Loid sometimes is).

Yor doesn’t get much in the way of her own content. We sometimes see her at her fake job working for the government. But aside from that, she’s playing the role of the wife. We don’t get to see her going on assassination assignments like Loid with his missions.

The other big thing I’d like to see is more of Yuri. He’s definitely not my favorite character. But, he and Loid are opposites by nature due to their jobs (and relationships with Yor). So, having them interact more could be interesting. Also, Anya never got to meet Uncle Yuri.

Conclusion

In the end, I gave Spy x Family a 7/10. Originally, I had it at an 8. But, after looking back at the season as a whole, I can’t give it a rating that high. While I’m looking forward to this series continuing, it’s not one I would ever rewatch.

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The Executioner and Her Way of Life

The Executioner and Her Way of Life

The Executioner and Her Way of Life anime series cover art
The Executioner and Her Way of Life

Series Overview

The Executioner and Her Way of Life (Shokei Shoujo no Virgin Road / 処刑少女の生きる道〈バージンロード〉) is a pretty good action-adventure fantasy anime. Its fans will try to tell you it’s either a shoujo ai or yuri series. But, that’s not true. It has female characters; that’s all.

Now, I’ll be honest, I started watching Shokei Shoujo in part because I heard it was yuri. So, I was a bit disappointed to learn that it isn’t. With that said, I still enjoyed watching it. The plot and characters aren’t the best. But, this series has a lot of great world-building.

I guess before I go any further, I need to say that the first episode has a twist. So, if you continue to read this review, you’ll spoil yourself on that.

The basic plot of this series is that it’s an isekai in which the otherworlders have immense power. If you’re summoned into this world, you may find you have the ability to control gravity or something.

Controlling gravity seems pretty cool. You could use it to fly. But, the powers the otherworlders have are on a much larger scale. If gravity was your power, it would mean you could reverse gravity on a continental scale, if not larger.

So, there are people in this world known as Executioners. And, the job of the Executioners is to track down and kill otherworlders before they go out of control. The more someone uses their power, the more their mind breaks down and they lose control.

Now, the main otherworlder in the series has the power to control time. The problem is that even if she’s killed, time resets back to before she died. So, our main Executioner has to take her on a quest to find a way to kill her.

Main Characters

Menou is the main Executioner of the series. Executioners are members of the church, also known as the Faust. And so, that also means Menou is a priestess. But, she’s a priestess who assassinates people with a knife and magic. As far as the main characters go, though, she’s pretty boring.

Akari Tokitou is my least favorite of the main characters. She’s the primary otherworlder who can control time. I didn’t mention this earlier, but the name for the otherworlders’ powers is Pure Concepts. Akari’s annoying. The only reason she’s interesting at all is that she has a Pure Concept.

Also, Akari’s last name is a reference to her Pure Concept. Toki (とき / 時) means time in Japanese.

Momo and Menou from the anime series The Executioner and Her Way of Life
Momo and Menou

Momo is my favorite character. I could honestly write an entire article only focusing on her. She’s Menou’s Executioner subordinate and seems to be stronger than Menou. Momo’s also the cutest character. And, has the same personality as Kuroko from A Certain Scientific Railgun.

Princess Ashuna is, well, a princess. But, she’s the kind of princess who carries a large sword around and looks for fights. While Menou and Akari are usually paired up in the series, Momo and Ashuna are, as well. I much prefer Momo’s and Ashuna’s dynamic over Menou’s and Akari’s.

Flare is the third and final Executioner we know of in the series. She’s the one who raised and trained Menou. And as such, Menou is also known as Flarette. We don’t actually know all that much about her other than that she takes her job very seriously.

Something I found surprising is that the community seems to like Menou and Akari a lot more than I do. I guess the fact that they’re so generic is a positive.

Pure Concepts and Human Errors

Okay, so now we’re getting to the part of the series I actually want to write about. Pure Concepts are a cool magic system. They’re not explained at all. But, the simple fact that each one represents the concept of something in its purest form is neat.

We know of at least six Pure Concepts by the end of the first season. But, we only know the names of three of them. And, we also know of another Pure Concept user, but nothing about their Pure Concept. So, it’s time to dive into real spoilers.

The Pure Concept of Null is the very first Pure Concept we learn of. This Pure Concept allows Mitsuki to erase things from reality. It nullifies things. We only got to see him use that power once before Menou killed him.

Akari Tokitou from the anime series The Executioner and Her Way of Life
Akari Tokitou

Akari has the Pure Concept of Time, as I already explained. The first time her Pure Concept activates, it only reverts time for her body after Menou kills her. But, later on, we learn that she can also turn back time for the entire world, if not the universe.

Pandemonium has the Pure Concept of Chaos. She’s considered one of the Four Major Human Errors. These were otherworlders who wreaked havoc on the world and left lasting effects. All the monsters that exist in the world today are the result of the Pure Concept of Chaos.

Pandemonium’s mother also had a Pure Concept, but we never learned what it was.

The other three Pure Concepts don’t yet have actual names we know. But, we know the lasting effects of them are the Starhusk, the Material Room, and the Sword of Salt. We know the Starhusk blanches things and the Sword of Salt turns things into salt. The Material Room is a mystery.

Conclusion

In the end, I gave The Executioner and Her Way of Life a 6/10. It could have been a 7, but I felt that the middle of the season was a bit boring. It’s still enjoyable, though, and I hope it gets another season. I want to know more about the Pure Concepts and Major Human Errors.

Also, this was one of the anime I reviewed weekly over the course of the season. So, if you want to read my thoughts on each episode, you can start with this joint review of Episodes 1 & 2.

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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 255

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 255

Buntan and Kyohou are Free

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 255 is the wrap-up episode at the end of the Funato Clan arc. It serves to tie up all the loose ends left over from the actual ending of the arc last week.

Two characters whose storylines needed to come to an end were Buntan and Kyohou. Earlier in the arc, there was some foreshadowing of their futures. But, while Kyohou’s foreshadowed future turned out to be correct, Buntan’s didn’t. And Buntan may now be on a path that leads her back into the story at a later date.

As expected, Kyohou is going to remain in the village where Kagura grew up. The villagers invited him to stay before the Funato attacked. And since Kyohou doesn’t have anywhere else to go, this always seemed like a good fit. He’d rather fight to protect than kill.

Buntan Kurosuki at Kagura's and Hebiichigo's graves from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 255
Buntan Kurosuki at Kagura’s and Hebiichigo’s graves

Before Hebiichigo’s death, Buntan had told Hebiichigo of her plan to kill Shizuma. Kyohou knew of Buntan’s plan as well, so it doesn’t seem to have been much of a secret. But, now that the war is over, Buntan has decided to return to the Hidden Mist.

She still wants Shizuma to pay for what he did to her. The difference is that rather than killing him, she hopes to capture him and bring him back to the village.

Now, I’m not sure how I feel about Buntan’s change of heart here. I get that the whole arc was about revenge being bad and that we should break the cycle. But, not every character needs to come out of the arc feeling that way. Buntan can still want her revenge.

Either way, I hope we get to see her again. She’s one of the better Hidden Mist characters.

Dismantling the Funato Clan

Despite winning the war, the Hidden Mist Village has put its Shinonome Project on hold. Going forward, the plan is to get popular support before starting projects like this. That didn’t happen before because developing the nation was the highest priority.

Of all the nations we’ve seen in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, the Land of Water was the most advanced. Now we know what they had to sacrifice to achieve that. And, this whole situation ties back into one of the main themes of the series. That theme is that while technology is great, you shouldn’t rely on it for everything.

So, what happened to Ikada Funato? Well, despite what the Feudal Lord wanted, Chōjūrō decided to show leniency. Rather than imprisoning Ikada, Chōjūrō releases him to Boss Kajiki. This is Chōjūrō’s way of breaking the cycle of revenge.

Ikada Funato crying from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 255
Ikada Funato crying

Something I didn’t like about this episode was the confirmation of Araumi’s fate. To me, it looked like Kawaki slashed Araumi’s throat, killing him. But, it turns out that Kawaki didn’t actually kill him. Araumi survived and was then recaptured by the Hidden Mist Village. He’s back in his old prison cell now.

It’s hard to explain how disappointed I am with Araumi Funato. He’s considered the most dangerous criminal currently in the Land of Water. And yet, we didn’t see him fight at all throughout the entire arc. Not when he was first escaping from the prison, and not when Kawaki took him down at the end.

Other than Ikada and Araumi, it looks like the Hidden Mist captured Isari’s assistant, as well. I don’t remember if we ever got his name. But, he’s the guy who had an anchor at the end of his braid.

Talking with Fists

At the end of Episode 255, we see Boruto and Kawaki discuss their differences with their fists. I liked this part of the episode for a few reasons. But, the biggest reason is that I like the noises Sarada makes in response to everything that’s going on.

The fight between Boruto and Kawaki wasn’t that good. But, it wasn’t meant to be a real fight. These two weren’t trying to defeat each other. And, that’s why I found it entertaining that Naruto seemed to relate to their fight. His fights with Sasuke weren’t anything like this.

Yes, the fights between these two pairs were over ideological differences. But, the fights between Naruto and Sasuke were far more brutal than what we see here. Boruto and Kawaki aren’t even using jutsu against each other. Naruto and Sasuke nearly fought to the death each time.

Naruto, Mitsuki, and Sarada watching Boruto and Kawaki fight from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 255
Naruto, Mitsuki, and Sarada watching Boruto and Kawaki fight

I guess since everything worked out in the end with Sasuke, Naruto thinks these fights are fine. But, he and Sasuke got pretty lucky. In their first fight on the rooftop of the hospital, it was only thanks to Kakashi that they didn’t kill each other.

Then, during their first fight at the Valley of the End, Sasuke could have killed Naruto. He only didn’t out of a weird combination of pity and honor. And let’s not forget that their final fight resulted in them each losing an arm. These weren’t simple “boys will be boys” fights.

I’m not saying that Naruto should be too concerned that Boruto and Kawaki will hurt each other. We know their relationship sours at some point. But, for now, it’s fine. My point is that it’s funny how Naruto doesn’t seem to grasp the severity of his fights with Sasuke.

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 255? I thought it was pretty good for an arc wrap-up episode. They’re usually boring, but I didn’t mind this one. The bad news, though, is that because the arc is over, next week we get a Team 10 filler episode.

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Spy x Family Episode 12

Spy x Family Episode 12

Loid’s Side Missions

It was only yesterday, in my review of RPG Real Estate, that I mentioned most anime series flop at the end. It’s surprising how difficult it seems making a good ending is. And while I know Spy x Family isn’t over, Episode 12 is an example of a poor ending.

Spy x Family Part 2 is coming. We’ve known that for a long time now. But, Episode 12 is still the ending of Part 1 and should feel like it. Instead, it wasn’t much different from a normal episode. If I didn’t know this was the last episode, I’d think there was one more.

My biggest complaint with the episode, though, is how it began. We don’t need a recap of who the main characters are at the start of Episode 12. We know who they are. If you’re going to add that, put it at the start of Part 2 Episode 1.

Loid Forger receiving his next mission from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 12
Loid Forger receiving his next mission

After the recap, we see that Loid has been receiving extra missions to complete on top of Operation Strix. For the most part, completing these missions hasn’t been an issue for him. But, because he’s always out, his neighbors have begun spreading rumors.

If rumors are being spread about him, that’s not good for his job as a spy. And so, Loid plans to get his side missions out of the way so he can spend more time on Operation Strix.

I kind of like that Loid has other missions. It reinforces that he’s a spy. If he spent all his time on Anya, he’d lose that part of his character. Also, his other missions add some excitement we wouldn’t otherwise get.

Unfortunately, Yor has missed out on this development. We don’t get to see her working as an assassin.

The Great Penguin Caper

The whole middle part of Episode 12 that took place at the aquarium was great. This is exactly what I’m talking about when I say that Loid’s side missions add excitement. Yes, they were going to the aquarium anyway. But, his mission made the trip more interesting.

If Loid wasn’t on a mission, we would never have seen him disguised as an employee working with the penguins. That’s not a situation that would arise under normal circumstances. So, all that is to say that I’m glad Loid decided to continue taking on side missions in the end.

Now, something I was pretty interested in during this part of the episode was Anya’s use of her ability. It turns out that she can read the minds of animals, too. That’s not something that has come up before. But, I have a feeling that it’s going to be important.

Anya at the aquarium's penguin exhibit from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 12
Anya at the aquarium’s penguin exhibit

This is getting a bit into spoiler territory, so there’s your warning. But, despite the fact that I don’t know much about what happens in the manga, I know the Forgers get a pet dog. I’m on the internet, so I’ve seen people post the family picture with the dog.

Also, earlier in the series, there was foreshadowing that they’re going to get a dog. Remember, after earning her first Stella Star, Anya asked for a dog. In response, Loid said that he would consider it. We also even saw the dog at the end of Episode 11.

When we saw the dog, it was implied that it’s part of some experiment or something. So, I doubt this will be a normal dog. And, since we now know Anya can read the minds of animals, that sets up her being able to read the dog’s mind.

Agent Anya

The final part of Episode 12 focused on Anya playing make-believe. She was pretending that she, her stuffed animals, and her parents are spies. Well, Loid actually is a spy. But, she was pretending that he’s one of her underlings, so it still counts as make-believe.

Don’t get me wrong, I liked this part of the episode. It wasn’t as good as the stuff at the aquarium, though. But, my issue with this part goes back to what I was saying toward the start of this review. I would have preferred some sort of ending over this content.

We could still have the content from the end of this episode placed somewhere in Part 2. I’m not saying to cut it out entirely; it’s good content. But, some sort of foreshadowing or cliffhanger leading into Part 2 would have been nice. Give me something to look forward to.

Anya playing with her stuffed animals from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 12
Anya playing with her stuffed animals

Episode 11 ended with foreshadowing the dog. So, yes, that’s something to look forward to in Part 2. But since it came at the end of Episode 11, I thought we were going to get the dog in Episode 12. And I actually forgot the dog appeared in Episode 11 until I started writing about it in this review.

Nothing from this episode was a clear setup for the future of the series. We could have gotten something about what’s coming up for Anya at school. Or, what about something involving Yor? She needs more content spread throughout.

A simple scene of Anya and Yor telling Loid what’s coming up for them would have been perfect. Anya could mention a new opportunity to get a Stella Star that’s coming soon. And Yor could mention that Yuri is going to visit again while Anya is awake.

Conclusion

What do you think of Spy x Family Episode 12? Am I being too harsh on it? Did you think this was a good ending to the season? Or, would you have rather it included something for us to look forward to, too? Let me know in the comments.

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