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My Hero Academia Episode 100

My Hero Academia Episode 100

Unlocking One-for-All’s Power

Last week, in the review of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 99, I said that it was pretty stupid to introduce a new power for Deku and then lock it away until the end of the series. Well, the beginning of Episode 100 seems to be walking back on that.

Yes, Deku did say that he didn’t think he would be able to use Blackwhip until he mastered 100% of One-for-All. However, this week we saw that he’s going to attempt to use Blackwhip anyway. Whether he’s going to be successful or not has yet to be seen.

As I mentioned in the previous episode review, there’s not really a reason why Deku can’t use Blackwhip at his current power level. So, hopefully, this means that he’ll actually learn to use it. I think that could make him a bit more interesting.

All Might and Deku from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
All Might and Deku

After attempting to help Deku unlock the Blackwhip quirk again, Bakugo points out that One-for-All is very similar to All-for-One in a lot of ways. Not only does it originate from All-for-One, but it even has the same ability to have multiple quirks.

However, I think it’s still important to keep in mind that these two quirks are fundamentally different. Yes, they may have some similar qualities, but they’re not actually related. All-for-One is a quirk that allows for the taking and giving of other quirks.

One-for-All isn’t merely its opposite. It’s the combination of a power storage quirk and a quirk that’s basically an inherited will. So, while I think Bakugo was trying to imply that Deku’s quirk could turn into All-for-One or something, that simply isn’t possible.

There’s no risk that Deku’s quirk is going to become something that can steal quirks to add to itself. And if that does happen, it would be pretty stupid.

“Blank” Quirks

Moving on, Monoma introduced the idea of “blank” quirks — at least in relation to his own quirk — in this episode. And since Monoma can copy quirks, he’s actually in a unique position to know how a bunch of quirks work.

Besides Monoma, you could say that only All-for-One is in a similar position. Yes, Todoroki has two quirks and Deku has up to 9 or something, but they can’t try out quirks they don’t already have. Monoma can. This means he can try out a bunch of quirks, see what they have in common, and provide insight into them that others can’t.

According to Monoma, there are some quirks that while he can copy, he can’t use. He refers to these as “blank” quirks, but that doesn’t really mean they’re blank. As he explains, these are power storage quirks that he lacks the resource required to be stored for.

Eri from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Eri

We were given three examples of such quirks, those wielded by Deku, Eri, and Fat Gum. Fat Gum’s is the easiest to understand and was the one explained in full within the episode. Monoma doesn’t have large reserves of fat, so he can’t activate Fat Gum’s quirk even if he copies it.

With Deku’s and Eri’s quirks, things are a bit more abstract. Starting with Deku’s, I’m assuming that Monoma can’t use One-for-All because he wasn’t chosen as the successor. He copied the quirk, but he can’t copy the fact that Deku inherited the wills of the previous One-for-All wielders, which is where the power of the quirk comes from.

Eri’s quirk is even more of an unknown. We know she has the ability to revert organic things back to previous states. But we don’t know anything beyond that. What does Eri have to store up in order to use her quirk?

Provisional Heroes

With Bakugo and Todoroki passing their provisional hero exams, every member of Class 1-A now has a provisional hero license. Only 30 minutes after receiving their licenses, they also got the opportunity to make use of them.

I think that the provisional hero licenses allow the students to work as heroes as long as they’re with a pro hero. From what I remember, they aren’t given the freedom to go out and act on their own. But, since All Might was with them, I guess Bakugo and Todoroki were allowed to get involved.

All Might isn’t really a hero anymore. So in that regard, it’s a bit iffy, but whatever. Once the bad guys are defeated a current pro hero does arrive on the scene, however — Slidin’ Go. If Rock Lock wasn’t already my favorite pro hero, Slidin’ Go would be.

Pro Hero Slidin' Go from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Pro Hero Slidin’ Go

As much as I’d like to discuss Slidin’ Go here, we just don’t know much about his quirk. From what I can tell, it allows him to slide along anything. Not exactly the best quirk, but that’s what makes him funny as a pro hero.

Instead, let’s look at the quirk of the leader of the group of villains that Bakugo and Todoroki take down. His quirk allows him to manipulate carbonation, but also create vast amounts of water. It’s kind of odd that the carbonation part is what his quirk is considering that’s the far less impressive part.

He can summon a tsunami, but the part of his quirk that he’s proud of is that he can carbonate the water in the tsunami. It doesn’t really make sense. Also, why were none of the people washed away by the water? Everything about this guy’s quirk just seemed wrong.

Conclusion

What do you think of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 100? Do you think Deku will use Blackwhip again any time soon? What do you think Eri needs to store in order to use her power? And is Slidin’ Go the strongest hero? Let me know in the comments.

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SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 11

SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 11

Back to Normal

The vast majority of SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 11 was extremely boring. It felt like they were concluding the series in this episode just so that the next and final episode could have a big fight and not have to worry about wrapping things up.

Sure, that’s probably better than having the big battle this week and then nothing interesting next week. But the better option would have been to just make both episodes interesting. A story can be wrapped up without doing a slow episode in which nothing happens.

Did we need to focus on the “where are they now?” aspect as much as we did in this episode? I don’t really think we gained anything from it. Rather than 17 minutes of that, we could have had maybe 5 and wouldn’t have missed anything important.

Chise wearing her school uniform from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Chise wearing her school uniform

I know there’s still likely going to be some development/wrap-up in the next episode. So it’s not as if this episode wrapped up everything and next week is going to be all action. How do I know this? Because we still have some unresolved plot lines.

For example, Gauma’s character arc isn’t done yet. As for the other four, Yomogi never really had a character arc, Yume’s is done, Koyomi’s might be done, and Chise’s isn’t done. For Koyomi, I don’t necessarily think his arc needs a “true” ending — what we got in this episode was fine enough.

However, I’m not convinced that Chise’s story is going to receive a satisfying ending. In the one episode that focused on her, we saw that she was an outcast at school and may even have a large tattoo on her arm. Is that stuff going to be explained? I doubt it. I think we’ll just see her finally return to school.

Gauma and the Princess

Do you think Gauma and the princess are going to be reunited? Last week, I would have said yes. This week, I’m not so sure. I think we’ll get some type of closure regarding their reunification. But that may come after Gauma’s death.

I don’t see Gauma still being alive in this world by the end of the series. As we saw in this episode, because he’s not linked to a Kaiju, his body is deteriorating. I guess he could be linked to Goldburn. But since he’s from 5,000 years ago, I think it makes sense for him and the Eugenicists to simply die in the end.

If that does happen, we’ll probably see him reunite with the princess afterward. Or maybe there will just be a scene of Yomogi and Yume saying they hope he was reunited with her. I don’t think she needs to also have been revived.

Gauma smiling from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Gauma smiling

There was also that strange part about a 5,000-year-old mirror that disappeared from a museum. Were they saying that Gauma came out of the mirror, that he stole the mirror, or that he was the mirror? It wasn’t exactly clear, but I could see any of those being correct.

A Kaiju‘s power was also mentioned during that part. So did the Kaiju send him through the mirror? Is it responsible for the mirror’s disappearance? Or did it turn him into the mirror for 5,000 years? For now, I’m going to guess the third option.

But, I also do want to remind you that SSSS.Gridman ended with someone in the real world waking up, implying the events of the anime were all a dream. Could the events of SSSS.Dynazenon be a dream too? Is it the princess’ dream?

Instance Domination

I have to say that I wasn’t expecting Shizumu to be the final villain — if he even is the final one. There’s always the possibility that another villain will show up out of nowhere. This is a Trigger anime, after all; you can’t rule something like that out.

Shizumu seemed like the kind of character who would help the Dynazenon team in the final battle, not oppose them. So, with that in mind, another, secret final boss showing up makes sense. Then, Shizumu can swap sides to fight in the final, final battle.

The thing about the Eugenicists is that I wouldn’t really call any of them evil. Yes, Shizumu’s attack at the end of this episode wasn’t good. But throughout the whole series, we’ve seen the Eugenicists respecting the Dynazenon team as equals who just have different values.

Shizumu controlling the Kaiju inside his body from the anime series SSSS.Dynazenon
Shizumu controlling the Kaiju inside his body

Shizumu was friends with Yomogi and Yume. Mujina had a connection with Koyomi. And even Juuga was on good terms with Koyomi. For any of them to be the big villain of the series seems a bit odd considering that they weren’t ever depicted as being that.

But, let’s talk about Shizumu’s Kaiju that was hiding inside of his body. I don’t think this is a new Kaiju. And by that, I mean I think it’s been inside of his body from the start — or at least pretty early on. In fact, this may be the Kaiju that revived the Eugenicists and Gauma.

I’m not really confident in that theory, though. What seems more likely to me is that this is a Kaiju spawn, much like how Goldburn originated, that was dormant inside of Shizumu. And the reason it’s awakened now is through Shizumu’s repeated contact with Yomogi and Yume.

Remember, he said that he knew it was a good idea to stick around them and that they gave him some good emotions or something along those lines. I do think he truly became their friend. But I also think his original intention was to feed their emotions to the Kaiju by proxy.

Conclusion

What do you think about SSSS.Dynazenon Episode 11? Do you think we’ll get more of Chise’s backstory in the final episode? Do you think Gauma will be reunited with the princess? And are you expecting another final villain to appear? Let me know in the comments.

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Fruits Basket The Final Season Episode 10

Fruits Basket The Final Season Episode 10

Arisa on the Move

I’ve been saying for weeks now that Arisa and Kureno are going to end up together by the end of the series. That doesn’t necessarily mean they have to be formally dating at that point. It just means that their relationship is clearly going to be headed in that direction.

But, for a moment in Fruits Basket The Final Season Episode 10, I thought that might not be the case. When Arisa and Saki met Akito at the hospital, Saki said to Akito that Kureno had mentioned having someone he had to stay with and that he was referring to Akito.

Initially, I thought that this was going to lead to Akito and Kureno making up and becoming a pair again. However, that thought didn’t last long because I remembered that in the ED, Kureno is paired with Arisa, and Akito is paired with Shigure.

Arisa visiting Kureno in the hospital from the anime series Fruits Basket The Final Season
Arisa visiting Kureno in the hospital

Then, there was also the part with Arisa saying that her time with Kureno was only brief, so she hasn’t exactly earned the right to be sad about losing him to someone else. This made me think that she was going to kind of give up on him.

I still felt like they would end up together. But I was thinking that Arisa would stop trying to be with him and instead it would be Kureno who took the initiative the next time. While this isn’t what happened, I like what did happen much more than what I expected.

Rather than give up on Kureno after realizing that she was only in his life for a small amount of time, Arisa chooses to be a bigger part of his life. She doubles down and forces her way in. I like it; she’s not messing around.

Yuki x Kyou Bromance

The Yuki x Kyou bromance has finally reached its pinnacle. First, Kyou admitted to wanting to be like Yuki. Then, Yuki admitted to wanting to be like Kyou. They both had something which the other didn’t, and which the other wanted.

It’s a lot like the dynamic between Gugu and Rean in To Your Eternity Episode 9, which I reviewed yesterday. Yuki was jealous of Kyou’s “freedom” and the fact that Tohru was always happy around him. Meanwhile, Kyou was jealous of Yuki’s place within the Souma clan.

At the end of the day, neither of them was in very enviable positions because of Akito. Sure, Kyou was free from the restrictions of the clan. But there was a time limit placed on that freedom. After graduation, he was to be locked up for the rest of his life.

Kyou making Tohru smile from the anime series Fruits Basket The Final Season
Kyou making Tohru smile

As for Yuki, yeah, he got to be an official Zodiac member who was allowed to be part of the Souma clan. But he was also abused for Akito’s entertainment and effectively sold to Akito by his mother. I wouldn’t really want to be either of them.

The real hero of the Yuki x Kyou bromance, though, is Machi. Without Machi, Yuki and Kyou would still be fighting over Tohru and never would have been able to see eye to eye. Also, I guess Kyou doesn’t actually know about Machi yet.

I think that as far as Kyou knows, Yuki is still interested in Tohru. Some of the things he said to Yuki wouldn’t really make sense otherwise. I wonder what his reaction is going to be when he finds out about Yuki and Machi — or everyone else’s reactions for that matter.

Tearing Down the Souma Clan

So, let’s talk about Akito for a bit. She’s had a pretty drastic personality shift in the course of a single episode. But as I said last week, this shift in her character isn’t coming out of nowhere. Based on how her character had been being developed over the course of the series, it was bound to happen.

What’s surprising is that Akito is now moving to dismantle everything she previously stood for at a fast pace. I expected her to break her bonds with the Zodiac members, or allow their bonds to deteriorate (which hasn’t happened yet). But I didn’t really expect her to go out of her way otherwise.

For example, Akito orders that the Cat’s house (jail) is to be demolished. And beyond that, she personally visits the home of Kyou’s dad to inform him that Kyou will be free. These aren’t things she had to do. She could have left the Cat’s house standing and never enforced Kyou’s imprisonment.

Kyou visiting his dad from the anime series Fruits Basket The Final Season
Kyou visiting his dad

As part of her dismantling of the Souma clan traditions, Akito also breaks away from her primary attendant who’s been around since before she was born. Her head attendant doesn’t want the way the clan functions to change because it’s all she’s known.

Akito’s response to that was kind of mean. But at the same time, I do understand why she said it. Basically, Akito says that if her attendant wants to keep living in the past, that’s fine. She’s just going to be left behind if she does so.

When you consider how the head attendant had kind of been the one pushing all of the clan traditions onto Akito, it makes sense that she wouldn’t really be sympathetic. Would Akito really have gotten into the bad position she was in if she wasn’t constantly pushed in that direction by her attendant?

Conclusion

What do you think about Fruits Basket The Final Season Episode 10? Do you like Arisa going on the offensive, romantically speaking? Or would you have rather Kureno made the move? Also, who do you think will have the best reaction to Yuki x Machi when their relationship is revealed? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 9

To Your Eternity Episode 9

The Power of Creation

To Your Eternity Episode 9 covered less ground than I was expecting it to. I guess this arc isn’t moving any slower than the March arc that came before. But I have a feeling that it’s going to end up being longer than that one.

Right now, I believe we’re on content from the third volume of the manga based on the manga cover art. And I’m thinking that these 20 episodes are going to cover up through the fifth volume based on the anime cover art and OP.

So with that in mind, I don’t see the Gugu arc ending next week. I think we have at least two more episodes before we move on. And I’m not really sure that the series needs to be going at this slow of a pace.

Fushi creating fruit from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi creating fruit

Moving onto Fushi’s creation power, in the Episode 8 review, I mentioned that he can create things that harm him. Well, this episode expanded on that. Fushi can, in fact, create more than just what’s harmed him.

As it turns out, he can create anything that’s had an impact on him. And I believe it was stated that as he gains more experiences, he’ll be able to create things easier. For example, something that had a minor impact on him may be difficult to reproduce now. But in the future, it may be easier.

The reason why he’s able to create things that harm him so easily right now is likely because pain has an immediate impact on him. If you’re hurt by something, you’re going to figure out pretty quickly to avoid it. I think that’s basically the same premise his power is using.

Rean’s Family Situation

Before getting into Rean’s family situation, I guess I should review Gugu’s quickly. We already knew that Gugu’s only family was his older brother. But, he starts off telling Rean about his past as if he had more family originally.

At first, I thought the family he was talking about was his ideal family. And with that in mind, I thought it was oddly specific that he mentioned having twin older sisters. But then it’s revealed that this is what he thought was his family when he was younger.

Now, as for Rean, her family is basically everything Gugu has ever wanted. Because of this, Gugu doesn’t understand why Rean would want to run away. To him, she had the perfect life. However, what he doesn’t realize is that Rean views him in the same way.

Rean talking to Gugu from the anime series To Your Eternity
Rean talking to Gugu

Rean may seem like she had everything going for her at home. But as she explains, she never had the freedom to be her own person in the way Gugu does. Her analogy of effectively being a pet to her parents is a great way to explain how her life at home was.

I do think it’s easy to cast aside Rean’s complaints about her family just like Gugu does. But at the same time, she hasn’t just run away overnight or something. She’s been away from home for a while. She has a new life and no intention of returning to her old one.

So when you look at her commitment to her choice, it’s pretty clear to me that Rean truly does believe that her old life isn’t what she wanted. But, I will say that her being concerned about the small scar on her arm is silly when you compare it to Gugu’s injuries. Gugu has every right to be mad about that.

Gugu and Rean

In the end, Gugu and Rean make up after Gugu learns that Rean wore a mask so that she could escape from her family. It’s simple, but this is what makes Rean’s situation relatable to Gugu. His mask allows him to escape from his present situation.

When he finally realized why Rean had the mask with her, I almost thought that Gugu was going to show her his face. And a small part of me thought we might get to see it as well. But then I came back to my senses.

As I’ve said before, I don’t think we’re ever going to see Gugu’s face. And building off that, I don’t think Rean is going to see it either — at least not while Gugu is alive. Gugu (probably) has to die at some point in this arc so that Fushi can take on his form.

Rean holding Meer from the anime series To Your Eternity
Rean holding Meer

I believe it was in the previous review that I said Rean would discover Gugu’s identity and what he did for her after it was too late. Back then, I said that maybe it would be after Rean is married to someone else. But now I think “too late” means after Gugu dies.

Gugu has a fire-breathing ability (shown in the OP) that’s going to be revealed next episode. That ability would make him a unique addition to Fushi’s collection. Gugu also already foreshadowed his own death. To me, everything is lining up.

One thing that I’m curious about, though, is how Rean would react to Fushi taking on Gugu’s form. Obviously, she would be sad that Gugu died. But would she view Fushi taking his form as his way of remembering Gugu? Or would she simply view Fushi as a monster?

Rean’s potential negative view of Fushi after Gugu’s death could be what causes Fushi to set out on the next leg of his journey.

Conclusion

What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 9? Do you have any strong opinions about the expansion of Fushi’s creation ability? Do you sympathize with Rean, or is she just spoiled? And what do you think the end of Gugu’s and Rean’s relationship is going to look like? Let me know in the comments.

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Boruto Episode 202

Boruto Episode 202

A God Revealed

Let’s start off this review of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 202 by appreciating how close I was to getting everything right with my predictions in the Episode 201 review. The only thing I didn’t account for was that the Boruto series would change what is and isn’t “canon.”

I correctly predicted which of the markings Sasuke came across represented Kinshiki, Momoshiki, and Jigen — including the fact that Jigen really is an Ōtsutsuki clan member. The one thing I got wrong was Kaguya’s symbol, which I predicted was Urashiki’s.

Yes, I should have known it was Kaguya because the horn shape didn’t quite match up with Urashiki’s. But in my defense, up until now, the Boruto anime has been considering Urashiki and to a lesser extent Toneri as canon characters.

Kaguya, Momoshiki, and Kinshiki from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Kaguya, Momoshiki, and Kinshiki

So, if we take that into consideration, it would make sense for Kaguya and Toneri to be the two with destroyed symbols because they’re both sealed away. But, I guess the smashed symbols are Urashiki and Toneri since Kaguya’s isn’t one of them.

Although, you could also argue that the smashed symbols aren’t Urashiki and Toneri since it’s implied that the symbols represent pairs. Momoshiki and Kinshiki were obviously a pair. It’s now implied Kaguya and Jigen were a pair. However, Urashiki and Toneri have never been stated to be related.

Urashiki has always been the third wheel with Momoshiki and Kinshiki. You can tell this by their names and because the trio was actually shown together in Naruto: Shippūden Episode 462. And as for Toneri, he’s a member of an Ōtsutsuki clan branch family and was doing his own thing.

So, if these symbols do represent pairs and Urashiki and Toneri aren’t a pair, who do the smashed symbols represent? We’ll likely never know for sure.

Boro the Immortal

Something you may have overlooked to an extent is that Boro was revealed to be immortal. Sure, Boro finding what I assume is one of Koji’s frogs in the downed airship is important. But I don’t care about that. I care about how Boro is immortal.

From what we saw, this immortality isn’t the same as Delta’s. Delta has multiple robotic bodies that she can hop into if her current one is destroyed. Boro gets sliced in half vertically and then the wound closes back up as if nothing happened.

I’m still guessing that Boro’s immortality comes from scientific ninja tools and so isn’t true immortality. But it sure looks like he’s immortal. Maybe if he suffers enough damage to his body then the nanobots or whatever inside of him can’t repair it. I don’t know.

Boro from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Boro

But, Boro’s claim about receiving an immortal body from a god got me thinking about another immortal character. Remember Hidan of the Akatsuki? Hidan is literally immortal and received his immortality from the god Jashin.

Gods aren’t common in the Naruto universe. I believe the only “gods” that have ever been mentioned are Jashin and the Ōtsutsuki clan. So what if Jashin is a member of that clan? Well, it actually kind of makes sense for that to be the case.

Not only did Hidan receive immortality from Jashin, but that’s also where he got his other abilities from. Remember, Hidan didn’t use ninjutsu; he used a “curse.” But, if you look back at it, it looks a lot like a Karma transformation. And I don’t believe

Obviously, there’s no concrete evidence to back this up. But it would make a lot of sense to me if Jashin was an Ōtsutsuki who chose Hidan as his vessel.

Jigen Ōtsutsuki

I don’t know about you, but I wasn’t surprised at all by the reveal that Jigen is an Ōtsutsuki member — or at least the vessel of an Ōtsutsuki member. Considering he has a Karma symbol on his body, he’s more likely a vessel. But, that still makes him an Ōtsutsuki for all intents and purposes, I think.

As far as I understand it, Jigen is the mind and soul of that Ōtsutsuki member, just in a body that doesn’t have all of his original powers. For example, Jigen doesn’t have the Byakugan or Rinnegan that his original body would have had.

I’m not sure if he would ever be able to get his Byakugan back without obtaining a vessel that already has the Byakugan. But I do assume that he could reawaken his Rinnegan by absorbing the Ten-Tails, eating a chakra fruit, or eating another Ōtsutsuki as we’ve seen before.

A hologram of Jigen's Ōtsutsuki form from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
A hologram of Jigen’s Ōtsutsuki form

With the reveal about Jigen, I realized that we still don’t actually know what his plan is or why he needs a vessel. We know that the overall Ōtsutsuki plan is to harvest the life forces of planets. But Kaguya and Toneri didn’t do that. And there’s no indication Jigen plans to either.

Kaguya basically wanted to rule over the planet and fend off other Ōtsutsuki members. Toneri wanted to rebuild his branch family or something. And Momoshiki, Kinshiki, and Urashiki simply failed in their mission.

Jigen is a weird situation. He’s very focused on acquiring a new vessel. We’ve seen that the Ōtsutsuki are immortal — so does this imply his vessels don’t gain that power? Also, he mentioned feeding his current vessel to the Ten-Tails after he gets his new one.

If I had to guess, Jigen’s ultimate goal is to regain his former standing and immortality. That’s probably what the Ten-Tails is for. Despite being Kaguya’s implied partner, I don’t think unsealing her again is part of his plan.

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 202? How do you think Kaguya and Jigen are going to be connected? Do you think Jashin could have been an Ōtsutsuki? And what do you think Jigen’s ultimate goal is? Let me know in the comments.

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