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Magia Record 2nd Season Episode 1

Magia Record 2nd Season Episode 1

Alternate Timeline, Not Alternate Universe

I need to start off this review of Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica 2nd Season Episode 1 by stating that I don’t really remember where the 1st season left off. I also forget a lot of details from that season. But for the most part, I don’t think that will matter too much for this review.

With that said, let’s get into one of the most important parts of this episode. Back in the 1st season, it became clear that the story of Magia Record is separate from the original Madoka Magica series. By that, I mean it doesn’t occur alongside or even after the original story.

Effectively, it appeared to be an alternate universe. The main cast we know and love from Madoka Magica still exist in this world, but events are different. Now, we know it’s not an alternate universe. It’s actually one of the many timelines Homura created in her attempt to save Madoka.

Homura entering a witch's labyrinth from the anime series Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story 2nd Season
Homura entering a witch’s labyrinth

Okay, technically that may not entirely be true. It may be one of the timelines created by Homura within an alternate universe. We have no way of confirming nor denying that. So for now, I’m going to say it’s the same universe, but an alternate timeline.

Why does this matter, though? Because it means that either this timeline or the timeline that continues on into Rebellion is destined to fail. There can’t be two “good” timelines. Once one “good” timeline happens, there’s no reason for Homura to create another.

Unrelated, I really liked how Sayaka was the one to re-explain how witches are just corrupted magical girls. You know, considering that she was the only one of the main group to become a witch in the main timeline.

The Power of Friendship

Something we didn’t really see in the main timeline until the start of the Rebellion movie was the original group of magical girls working together as a team. The closest we got was Madoka, Homura, and Kyouko going to fight against Sayaka’s witch, but I wouldn’t really count that.

Remember, magical girls were generally loners since other magical girls are their rivals. They’re all fighting over grief seeds. But in this episode, we get to see Madoka, Sayaka, and Homura working together and agreeing to save each other.

According to Madoka, she’s going to save Homura, Sayaka is going to save her, and then Homura is going to save Sayaka. I’m sure she didn’t realize how literally that would play out. But the idea was basically that as long as they work together they’ll survive.

Madoka Kaname from the anime series Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story 2nd Season
Madoka Kaname

Of course, this episode only includes Madoka, Sayaka, and Homura. What about Mami and Kyouko? Well, here’s the part where my hazy memory of the 1st season gets in the way. Based on what Sayaka says in this episode, it seems like Mami is still in Kamihama city and in need of saving.

I’m interested in seeing how they go about saving her. Although she’s clearly being controlled, her actions do line up with the Mami we know. Remember, in the original series she went crazy after learning the truth about magical girls as well.

I’d imagine that this timeline won’t end with Homura killing her again.

As for Kyouko, I really have no idea. I don’t remember if she made an appearance at all in the 1st season. But, we do get to see Kyouko briefly in a flashback in this episode. Based solely on that, it’s unclear whether or not Kyouko is even alive anymore in this timeline.

Move Over, Iroha

I know there are a lot of people who really liked the Magia Record game (and fewer people who really liked the 1st season of the anime). But I’m going to say that the series is actually better when it doesn’t involve any of the Magia record girls.

This first episode of the 2nd season was honestly the best episode of Magia Record so far. I hope that’s a sign that this season will be better than the first. However, I also can’t help but notice it was the first episode of the series to focus solely on the original Madoka Magica girls.

Sure, you can argue that the writing for this episode was just better than the others. Or you could argue that the insane animation by Hiroto Nagata for Sayaka’s part of the fight carried the episode. I would agree with both of those statements.

Sayaka fighting a witch from the anime series Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story 2nd Season
Sayaka fighting a witch

But, I would also say that the original characters are better and that their interactions with each other greatly added to my enjoyment of the episode. I’m just not invested in the new characters in the same way. They feel shallow, regardless of whether they really are.

I can’t look at Iroha without thinking of her as a bootleg Madoka. And the same goes for Yachiyo basically being Magia Record’s Homura. They don’t feel like unique characters. I really do believe that Magia Record would be better if it just focused on the original group.

Now, I know there are going to be plenty of people who disagree with me on that, and that’s fine. If you played the Magia Record game, you’re probably much more familiar with the new characters than I am. Maybe I’ll learn to like them more. For now, though, I’m not a huge fan.

Conclusion

What do you think of Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica 2nd Season Episode 1? Do you think this alternate timeline is also an alternate universe? Do you prefer groups of magical girls or lone wolf magical girls? And who’s your favorite magical girl overall? Mine is Kyouko Sakura — my first ever figure was of her.

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That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Episode 41

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Episode 41

Teleportation Magic

At the start of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2 Episode 41, Rimuru mentioned how he wished there was a way for him to quickly transport his army to the nation of Eurazania. I thought this was odd since teleportation magic seemed like it should exist in this world.

Well, it turns out I was right (as usual). Teleportation magic does exist and is generally used to transport goods from one place to another. Maybe that means we’ll see Rimuru use this to trade with other countries in the future.

But, during this initial explanation of teleportation magic, it was stated that it’s not a good idea to transport living creatures that way. This is because they receive an extremely high dosage of magicules during the process, which can kill them — much like radiation.

Raphael explaining how Teleportation magic works from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Raphael explaining how Teleportation magic works

Now, once it was explained why living creatures can’t be transported using teleportation magic, I was ready to accept that as the end of it. It was a good explanation for why Rimuru can’t just teleport his army around. After all, that would have been overpowered, right?

Here’s the part of all this teleportation magic that I don’t like. This magic was introduced, shot down as a viable transportation method immediately, and then reversed course on that right after. It turns out you can transport people with this magic as long as you protect them from the magicules.

I don’t like when series set up a “law of the universe” and then immediately break it for plot convenience. The workaround for transporting people via teleportation is so simple that you’d have to imagine all the demon lords are already doing it.

Shion is Going to Ruin Everything

Continuing on with my complaints, let’s talk about Shion, the worst character in the entire series. As soon as she expressed interest in accompanying Rimuru to the Walpurgis, I knew it wasn’t going to end well. How could it with Shion involved?

I’ve said this a few times in the past, but there aren’t any good reasons for Shion’s existence in the series. Most often, she’s included solely as a gag character due to her horrible cooking skills and freakish physical strength. She rarely adds anything of value to a scene.

When Shion isn’t being used in a gag, her other most prominent role is as the person who ruins everything. This is on account of her below-average intelligence stat. She misunderstands situations and makes them worse, leaving Rimuru to clean up the mess.

"Demon Lord" Clayman from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
“Demon Lord” Clayman

I’m fully expecting Shion to do something wrong during the Walpurgis. The whole point of making an appearance there is to antagonize Clayman. But I get the feeling that Shion is going to end up getting on the bad side of one of the other demon lords as well — perhaps Valentine.

It’s also possible that she annoys all of the demon lords at the same time by constantly talking down to them and praising Rimuru. I’d imagine that wouldn’t go over too well with the demon lords who aren’t already on good terms with him.

Also, can we just take a moment to question Rimuru’s choices for who he’s bringing to the Walpurgis in general? Shion is obviously a bad choice, but Ranga? Why would Rimuru bring his pet dog instead of a real character? He should honestly show up with Veldora and Benimaru just to flex.

I know that he needs to leave strong combatants behind to protect the city, but he has teleportation magic if anything goes wrong.

The Eve of Battle

In series like this one where you have a handful of characters who are each considered the equivalent of hundreds, thousands, or even tens of thousands of soldiers, I don’t understand the need for armies. Rimuru can defeat an army of 20,000 on his own, so what does he need an army for?

I understand the need for a few strong allies. Obviously, it would be bad if Rimuru went into battle alone and the opposing force had a few people who could fight against him on even terms. But I don’t see the point in bringing thousands of grunts.

The whole reason large armies exist is that every man counts when they’re all relatively equal. As soon as you have an extreme power imbalance, there’s no longer a need for a large army. Either they’re going to be wiped out by the opposing powerhouse, or they’re not going to end up having an effect on the battle anyway.

Rimuru standing before his army from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Rimuru standing before his army

You could argue that overall, Rimuru’s army is stronger than your average army in this world. I don’t know if that’s actually the case. But at the same time, 90% of his army could be destroyed in an instant if they encounter a demon lord or even a majin.

As far as I’m concerned, there’s no situation in which the grunts of the army are going to be what turns the tide of the battle. They’re simply too weak to make a difference. It all comes down to whichever army takes out the enemy commander(s) first.

Consider this: If the opposing army has someone strong enough to defeat Rimuru, they’re probably strong enough to defeat all of his subordinates single-handedly too. After all, we know Rimuru is stronger than all of them.

Conclusion

What do you think of TenSura Season 2 Part 2 Episode 41? Was the explanation for why teleportation magic can transport people good enough for you? Who’s your least favorite character? And what do you think the outcome of the battle is going to be? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 16

To Your Eternity Episode 16

Dreams of the Future

In To Your Eternity Episode 16, we learn about the dreams of the various members of Tonari’s gang. Of course, their overall dream is to leave the island. But, they each have individual dreams as well. So let’s go through their dreams and make fun of them.

First up, we have Uroy. The fun fact we got about him earlier is that his favorite food is poultry. That’s a pretty fun fact; thanks for sharing, Uroy! Anyway, his dream is to have a lot of animals, which he probably just wants so that he can eat them.

Next is Sandel, whose fun fact is that he’s 11 years old. That’s pretty neat, Sandel! His dream is probably the best one of them all. Sandel wants to become a doctor. This is probably also the most realistic because somehow I don’t see Uroy getting enough money for all those animals.

Mia talking about her dreams from the anime series To Your Eternity
Mia talking about her dreams

Mia is my favorite of the group. You may recall that her hobby is finding curly hair, which is super interesting! Her dream is to be a model for a famous artist. I may not be a famous artist, but Mia can model for me any day.

Oopa doesn’t have a fun fact about her, unfortunately. So I’m going to take that to mean that she’s not very fun or interesting. She also has the worst dream of all. Oopa wanted to know where the sun comes from, which she’s determined is the sea. Her dream has been achieved.

And last up, we have Tonari. Her dream is to surprise her dad. This is also a bad dream when you consider the fact that her father is literally dead. If she said something like “to make my dad happy,” I’d accept it. But surprise? No.

Tonari’s Father

Learning about Tonari’s father was a real rollercoaster. At first, all we knew about him was that he was a criminal and that he was dead. It was also implied that Tonari didn’t really care much for him. So I assumed he was a bad guy who just happened to die while on the island.

This episode first showed us that although he was branded as a criminal, he was actually innocent (as far as we know) and had been wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife. That was the first twist. Then, it was revealed he chose to fight in the tournament to win his and Tonari’s freedom.

Obviously, I then thought he must have died in the colosseum. But, no, that didn’t happen. It turns out he was extremely good at killing and ended up winning it all. When we saw how Tonari was scared of seeing her father like that, I assumed his “death” must have meant he was no longer the person she once knew.

Tonari's father winning in the colosseum from the anime series To Your Eternity
Tonari’s father winning in the colosseum

But, once again, there was another twist. It turns out that while yes, Tonari’s father was “dead” to her at that point because he was no longer the man she knew, that’s not the only meaning of dead that he was. He was also dead for real shortly afterward.

Before getting the chance to escape from the island with Tonari, her father was poisoned and had his body dumped into the ocean. However, chances are that Tonari wouldn’t have left the island with him anyway.

As far as she was concerned, her father died back in the colosseum. What he never realized was that she would rather have lived on the island with the father she knew than lived a free life with the man she saw fighting for their freedom.

Hayase Returns

I’ve been calling it for weeks now, but it was finally revealed that Hayase of Yanome is on Jananda island. And not only that, it was revealed that I was correct about her being the one to tell Tonari to lure Fushi to the island and that she slaughtered Parona and the people of Ninannah.

I’d like to say that I’m a genius for predicting all of that, but I feel like it was pretty obvious. I mean, it’s been hinted at ever since we got to Jananda. Fushi smelled someone familiar, a visitor from Yanome was on the island, and Fushi suddenly had Parona’s form.

Also, now that we got Tonari’s backstory, I think it’s even more likely that she’s going to take Hayase down with her when she inevitably dies at the end of this arc. By doing so, she’s going to protect Fushi in more ways than one.

Hayase of Yanome from the anime series To Your Eternity
Hayase of Yanome

In my review of Episode 15, I explained how Tonari’s death (and possible killing of Hayase) would make sense for her character because it would allow for her to have an honorable death. Now it makes even more sense because we know how against killing Tonari is.

I understand what I just said doesn’t make much sense, but hear me out. Tonari was horrified by what her father became when she saw him killing his opponents in the arena. She also liked how Fushi refused to kill his opponents and was shocked when he said he would kill Hayase.

Basically, Tonari doesn’t want Fushi to become corrupted by having taken someone’s life. So, if Tonari is going to die anyway, she might as well take Hayase with her so she can stop Fushi from becoming a murderer.

It makes complete sense if you look at her character arc so far.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 16? Which of Tonari’s friends’ dreams is your favorite? Did you think Tonari’s father was actually dead? And are you on board with my murder-suicide theory for Tonari’s death? Let me know in the comments.

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Boruto Episode 209

Boruto Episode 209

Kawaki’s Dream

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 209 opens with a scene of a destroyed Hidden Leaf Village, with the bodies of the citizens littering the ground. It may even have reminded you of how the series as a whole began back in Episode 1.

However, the scene we saw this week wasn’t reality. It was a dream Kawaki was having, and one which he seems to have a lot as of late. Ever since Jigen appeared and was able to defeat Naruto and Sasuke, Kawaki has worried about the village’s fate.

Although I would largely consider this episode to be “filler,” it’s still a decently important episode for Kawaki’s character. Even if it wasn’t in this episode, we knew there would come a time when Kawaki would have to question his place in the Leaf Village.

The Uzumaki family dead from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
The Uzumaki family dead

I think it’s fair to say that Kawaki has come to view the Leaf Village as his home and the Uzumaki family as his family. And it’s because he feels that way that he doesn’t want to put them in danger by sticking around. After all, he’s the one Jigen is after.

But, since Kawaki doesn’t end up leaving the Leaf Village by the end of the episode, I’m left wondering exactly how he’s going to be lured away later on. Are we going to see Kawaki go through this same introspection again? Or is he going to be kidnapped successfully next time?

Something’s going to happen that puts him back within Jigen’s grasp. Perhaps that’s where Code comes in. Aside from Amado, who seems to be a non-combatant, Code is the only Kara member to have not revealed himself to the Leaf shinobi.

Jaggy the Wolf

The part of this episode that makes it feel like filler is the whole middle section with Himawari, Kawaki, and Jaggy the wolf. Something you may have noticed is that a lot of filler episodes focus on an animal that represents one of the main characters of the episode.

Whether it’s a stray cat representing Mitsuki or an outcast wolf representing Kawaki, this is a very common trope throughout the Naruto/Boruto series. We’ve actually even seen it before with Kawaki, but that time it involved a stray dog.

With the stray dog, the comparison to Kawaki was that they were both on their own and had to fight in order to survive even though they didn’t want to live that way. The story with Jaggy in this episode has some of those same features but is ultimately a different one.

Himawari and Kawaki gathering food for Jaggy from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Himawari and Kawaki gathering food for Jaggy

Yes, Jaggy and Kawaki are both outcasts who have to be vicious in order to survive. But the real comparison being made between them is how they both have to leave their family for the good of the group.

In Jaggy’s case, his white fur makes him stand out too much. This both attracts enemy wolves or other predators, and makes it easy for prey to spot him. That was detrimental to the rest of his pack, and so he was kicked out.

Kawaki views himself in much the same way due to the fact that he attracts Jigen and the other Kara members to the Leaf Village. But, what’s different between the two is that while Jaggy was probably forced out, Kawaki is making the choice to leave on his own.

Also, the fact that Jaggy ends up being killed by a bear serves as a warning of what’s to come for Kawaki if he does leave. He won’t be able to fight against Jigen on his own.

The Hidden Leaf Family

When Kawaki was attempting to leave and Shikamaru showed up, there were a couple of different ways I thought their interaction could feasibly go. Though, I have to say that Shikamaru simply allowing Kawaki to walk away wasn’t one of them. That’s not in his nature.

First, I thought that maybe we’d get some dialogue between them with Kawaki assuming Shikamaru would use his Shadow Paralysis jutsu on him again. In this scenario, Shikamaru wouldn’t use his jutsu on Kawaki, and would instead “talk-no-jutsu” him.

That’s almost what happened, but Shikamaru did end up using his jutsu on Kawaki temporarily. I wouldn’t say that he used his jutsu in a hostile way, though. It was more like he used it just to stop Kawaki long enough so that he could say what he needed to.

Kawaki deciding not to leave the village from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Kawaki deciding not to leave the village

Now, the other way I could have seen this going was if Shikamaru had told Kawaki that he wasn’t allowed to leave. Shikamaru has been wary of having Kawaki in the village, sure. But at this point, allowing him to leave and potentially rejoin Kara is also a threat.

If things went like that, Shikamaru would have restrained Kawaki with his jutsu. But this time around, I don’t think Kawaki would have absorbed the jutsu as he did previously. He probably would have let himself be captured and then planned to break out later on.

I would have said that last option was most likely except for one major detail: This is a “filler” episode. Something that significant was never going to happen in this episode. So, what we ended up getting was probably the most realistic expectation of what we could have gotten.

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 209. How do you think Jigen is going to bring Kawaki back under his control? Do you think we’ll get a third “filler” episode in which Kawaki is compared to an animal? And did you think Kawaki was actually going to leave? Let me know in the comments.

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My Hero Academia Episode 106

My Hero Academia Episode 106

Death by Hero

I guess I’m just losing interest in My Hero Academia because even though Season 5 Episode 106 actually had things happen in it, I didn’t really care. If there’s not a bunch of quirks I can theorize about or a giant fight, I get bored with this series.

I know that makes it seem like all I care about in anime are action scenes, but that’s not true. It’s just that the characters and plot of My Hero Academia are so boring that the only things there are to look forward to are the action scenes.

Unfortunately, even though this episode introduced a new quirk and had some action, it still wasn’t enough to keep me from being bored. Ending’s quirk that allows him to control the painted lines on roads isn’t that interesting — and what we saw was the boosted version.

Villain: Ending from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Villain: Ending

I guess if his quirk is unboosted, Ending could only control one or two paint lines. That’s a pretty lame quirk considering how oddly specific it is. Yes, road paint lines are pretty common in urban environments. But if he can only control a few, he can’t truly take advantage of how many there are in a city.

The one thing that makes Ending somewhat interesting as a villain is that his goal is to be killed by Endeavor. Pro heroes never kill anyone, but that’s what Ending wants to provoke Endeavor into doing. But, I don’t think Ending’s reason for wanting to die by Endeavor is that good.

Basically, he just wants Endeavor to kill him because he wants to be killed by a hero as great as Endeavor. I would have liked it more if he had another goal, like trying to corrupt Endeavor’s image as the #1 hero by having him kill someone.

Hero Name: (Not) Bakugo

I remember that fairly early on in the series, there was a significant number of people who thought Bakugo might end up becoming a villain. At this point, it’s been obvious for a long time that he’s not going to do that. But I actually don’t remember if I ever thought that or not. Maybe I wrote about it in an old review.

I’m bringing this up, though, because I felt like this episode showcased the “best” of Bakugo as a hero so far. Yes, he’s still the angry and aggressive Bakugo we know, but both his actions and words made it clear that he takes being a hero very seriously.

During the exhibition match arc against Class 1-B, we got to see a side of Bakugo we hadn’t really seen before; we got to see him working together with others. His actions this week feel like they’re just as significant for his character as his actions back then were.

Katsuki Bakugo from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Katsuki Bakugo

In the past, there are two things we might have expected Bakugo to do when faced with the Ending situation. Either he would ignore everything else and focus on taking down Ending, or he would attempt to do everything himself.

This time around, he did neither of those things. Bakugo focused on saving Natsuo and left Todoroki to take down Ending and Deku to save the other people who were in danger. That alone shows how much he’s grown — he trusts others.

After he saves Natsuo, he does ask if Todoroki and Deku did their jobs properly. But I don’t think he does this because he doubted them. He does this to make sure that the threat is gone and that everyone is safe. That’s pretty heroic of him.

Rebuilding a Family

Will the Todoroki family ever actually be rebuilt and be functional? I don’t know. That would certainly make for a happy ending for them. But I also don’t think that they necessarily need to have a happy ending. An average ending in which the status quo only slightly improves is fine too.

With that said, I think Toya is the key to it all. I can’t say much about Rei because her situation has a lot of unknowns. But for Natsuo, at least, if he can’t ever forgive his father for what happened to Toya, their family can never be whole again.

So, this got me thinking, “What would make Natsuo able to forgive Endeavor?” The answer that sticks out to me is if Toya isn’t actually dead. If Toya didn’t die due to Endeavor’s action or inaction, then Natsuo’s hatred for his father would be invalidated to an extent.

Endeavor hugging Natsuo from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Endeavor hugging Natsuo

Perhaps you remember that when the villain Dabi was first introduced in the series, a lot of people thought he was a Todoroki because he has a fire-based quirk. Back then, I thought that was a dumb idea. Just because he has a fire-based quirk doesn’t mean he’s related to them — and his fire looks different anyway.

Now, I think it’s actually very possible that Dabi is Toya. I don’t have any direct evidence for this. But if we look at Dabi’s character design, I think we’ll see an important clue. Why is he all scarred and stitched up? That appearance has nothing to do with his quirk.

Once you realize that his appearance isn’t due to his quirk, it seems obvious that Dabi was in some sort of horrific accident. He also has the same color eyes as Endeavor. So my guess is that Toya didn’t die that day and was instead taken in by the League of Villains and now goes by the name Dabi.

Conclusion

What do you think of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 106? Did you find Ending to be an interesting villain? Did you ever think Bakugo would turn to the dark side? And what are the chances that the Todoroki family are able to rebuild their bonds? Let me know in the comments.

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