Episode 2 picks off where we started, but follows Cass around instead of Dusty. I like Cass a lot more than Dusty, and that alone made this an even better episode.
The Big Door Prize starts of smoothly, with a first episode that introduces us to the main characters. The stage is set, and a couple of existential questions start to form.
Episode 2 follows a similar path to episode 1, but improves on nearly everything. The episode is funnier, the plot is better, and it has me cautiously optimistic for next week.
Digman! episode 1, Pilot, is the first episode of the series, and while it was funny, the jokes felt flat. The story was all over the place, and just felt mediocre. There is potential there, but Digman! has a long ways to go before being worth watching.
Mobile Suit Gundam: The Witch from Mercury has a different set up compared to the other entries in this franchise. Even though the bulk of this season was based around a slice-of-life style, the small moments where it truly becomes Gundam were satisfactory and entertaining.
As its own series, Cars on the Road was a fun story that follows familiar characters. As this show is targeted towards children, they will for sure enjoy the wacky adventures the two best friends will embark. For the parents who will have to watch this show with their child, the episodes are short and enjoyable enough that won’t cause you to rip your hair out.
Black Bird is worth watching and is an absolute masterpiece. The acting, the writing, the cinematography, it is all incredibly exact and detailed. The chilling nature of this show does help, but the environment the crew and cast creates is incredible.
I thought The Terminal List was really well done, and a tv show that I thoroughly enjoyed. The mix of action and thriller made The Terminal impossible to turn off.
As you can see by the rating, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is probably one of my favourite shows I have ever watched. Besides a slower beginning to get accustomed to the characters, the rest of the show was beautiful and captivating. There were some great themes, clashes of ideals, and stunning animation. I especially loved the small differences between all the breathing styles and fighting techniques.
Invincible is full of great characters, a really good plot, and way more gore than I would have ever expected.