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Ascendance of a Bookworm Episode 32

Ascendance of a Bookworm Episode 32

Priestess for Sale

At the start of Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 Episode 32, we saw a meeting between 3 nobles and the High Priest. All these nobles (and the High Priest, for that matter), are out to get Myne for various reasons.

The one female noble, for example, is the mother of the knight executed for harming Myne. Although her son wasn’t a good person, I can understand why she would hold a grudge. It’s not quite clear who the other two nobles in this meeting are, though.

I’d imagine that at least one of them has their hand in the ink trade since that’s Myne’s latest venture. I don’t remember if any of them mentioned the assassination of the previous ink guild master. And since I’m not going to go back to check, I’ll assume it wasn’t brought up in the meeting.

Nobles who are out to get Myne from the anime series Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 Episode 32
Nobles who are out to get Myne

What the nobles and the High Priest seem to have settled on at the end of the meeting is selling Myne off. Before Lord Karstedt can adopt Myne, they plan to sell her to a noble from a neighboring land. Somehow, selling a child across borders involves filling out less paperwork.

Now, I’m realizing that the High Priest and the nobles don’t know about the plan for Karstedt to adopt Myne. So, in reality, their plan isn’t to sell Myne off before he adopts her. It all seems to be nothing more than a coincidence. But, which side will come out on top?

Of course, this evil plan to get rid of Myne isn’t going to work. But, I’m curious to see if they spring their plan before Myne’s adopted by Karstedt. Or, will the High Priest be the one in for a shock when Karstedt adopts Myne before she’s sold?

Baby Dirk

So, while Myne got a new baby brother in Episode 31, the orphanage got a new baby orphan in Episode 32. Unfortunately for this orphan, fate dealt him the worst hand possible. Of course, I’m referring to the fact that his name is now Dirk. All I can think of when I hear that name is Dirk Hardpeck.

Not only is this kid going to grow up as a slave to the church, but he has to do so with the name Dirk? If he’s lucky, the chickenpox he came down with at the end of the episode will kill him.

Also, speaking of Dirk’s chickenpox, it seems likely that they’re going to spread. Delia already came into physical contact with Dirk after he became sick, so she’s bound to be next. From there, it’ll spread throughout the orphanage — at least among the children there.

Baby Dirk from the anime series Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 Episode 32
Baby Dirk

And, since Myne comes into contact with everyone in the orphanage on a daily basis, she might get it too. But, even if she doesn’t, I’m assuming that she’ll bring the disease home to her baby brother, Kamil. He’ll be fine. But, that could be some added drama that doesn’t have to do with the plot to sell Myne.

Moving away from Dirk’s chickenpox, one of the issues with raising him in the orphanage is that he needs milk. There are plenty of grey-robed priestesses around, but none of them are producing milk. So, for now, the next best option is to give Dirk goat milk.

But, we already know of two new mothers who may be able to help out. One is Myne’s mother and the other is Corinna. I’m sure that one of them would be willing to help out with Dirk. Or, there’s also Dirks’ mother.

Myne Invents Colors

Speaking of Dirk’s mother, I’m confident that it’s Heidi, who was also introduced in this episode. Heidi is young, has a husband, and has the same hair color as Dirk. I’d even say that she looks like the silhouette we saw of the woman handing Dirk over to the church.

It’s possible that Dirk won’t be a permanent resident of the orphanage. Once Heidi and her husband start making fat stacks of money with Myne’s colored ink, they could take him back. Unless, that is, there’s some rule against taking children (free labor) back from the church.

Anyway, Heidi and her husband Josef are artisans who have been making Myne’s black ink. Heidi loves everything about ink and even before Myne brought it up, she was thinking of colored ink. Heidi also went out of her way to gather materials to make colored ink.

Colored ink from the anime series Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 Episode 32
Colored ink

What doesn’t make sense to me is that colored ink didn’t exist in this world until now (or so it seems). If you can make colored paint, I don’t see why you wouldn’t also have colored ink. Isn’t the basic process the same? It’s oil and mineral powder. How has this not existed before now?

On top of that, why is the colored ink treated as some secret process known only to Myne? Heidi gathered all the materials herself. All she has to do is mix them together. It’s not like that requires Myne’s knowledge. Am I supposed to believe that Heidi knew what materials she needed, but not the basic step that comes next?

Aside from those mysteries, there’s one mystery that seems to be intentional. Why don’t the oil and mineral combinations create the expected colors? They even managed to create yellow, a primary color, by combining two other colors. Magic, perhaps?

Conclusion

What do you think of Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 Episode 32? Do you think Karstedt is going to adopt Myne before she’s sold off? How do you feel about the name Dirk? And why do you think the ink colors don’t come out as expected? Let me know in the comments.

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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episodes 248 & 249

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episodes 248 & 249

Avenging Kagura

Because I was away last weekend, I wasn’t planning to review Boruto Episode 248. But, It was a good episode. And considering Episode 249 didn’t have too much going on, I figured I’d combine both into this review.

In Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 248, the fight against Funamushi was good. But, we didn’t get the Buntan vs. Funamushi fight that I wanted. And that’s a shame because the setup for that fight was there.

We established that Funamushi turns his body into water when using his jutsu. And Mitsuki even stated Funamushi is weak to Lightning Style in that state. Now, yes, Boruto, Sarada, and Mitsuki can all use Lightning Style jutsu.

But, it’s Buntan who specializes in Lightning Style thanks to her Kiba blades. Sure, it was still Buntan who delivered the fatal blow to Funamushi. That had nothing to do with the ability of her blades, though.

Buntan killing Funamushi from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 248
Buntan killing Funamushi

I do like that Buntan was the one to kill Funamushi. For a bit, it seemed like Kawaki could be the one to do it. And I didn’t want it to be Kawaki because he doesn’t have much of a connection to Kagura. Someone close to Kagura needed to be the one to avenge him.

Of course, Boruto is another option. But, as I’m pretty sure I mentioned in a previous review, I never expected Boruto to kill Funamushi. He said he wanted to kill Funamushi, but we’ve seen in the past that Boruto is usually against people dying.

I can’t think of anyone Boruto’s killed. But, there must be someone. Deepa is the main one I was thinking of, but I’m pretty sure he died in another way. Didn’t the chakra tree get him in the end? Anyway, as the protagonist, Boruto’s not killing random people.

The Dead and the Lost

Hebiichigo’s death had been coming for a long time. Back in Episode 243, she spoke about what it would take for her to risk her life. And ever since then, it became more and more clear that she wasn’t going to survive the arc.

Since that episode, Hebiichigo got close to Metal and we got to see a different side of her. We even got her backstory. And while I didn’t think it was the greatest backstory, it was very important that we got it before she died.

After a character dies, their backstory doesn’t matter. Well, okay, it can matter. But, it no longer matters in terms of making us care about the character. That all needs to come before their death. And thanks to Hebiichigo’s development leading up to her death, it was a good death scene.

I’d say that Hebiichigo got a better death than Kagura did.

Hebiichigo dying from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 248
Hebiichigo dying

In Episode 248, Funamushi also said that he killed both Denki and Iwabe. Hopefully, you didn’t believe him for a second. There’s no way major supporting characters like them would die like that. If they died at Funamushi’s hand, it would be the biggest surprise of the entire series.

First of all, Funamushi isn’t even the main antagonist of the arc. He’s a subordinate of the Funato clan. And second of all, if he killed them, that would mean two major deaths happened off-screen.

But, I have to admit, I didn’t see why Funamushi wouldn’t kill them at the time. Of course, we find out why he didn’t in Episode 249. It’s because they were helping children when they got captured. In Episode 248, though, we didn’t know Funamushi had a son. Once we learned that, everything made sense (except for what took them so long to reappear).

Kobuna, Funamushi’s Son

Now we’re getting into the Episode 249 content. And while this content was more filler-y than Episode 248, it’s still important. With Episode 249 we get one of the major themes of the arc explicitly stated to us. This is, of course, that revenge only leads to more revenge.

Funamushi killed Kagura as revenge for critically wounding Seiren. Buntan then killed Funamushi as revenge for killing Kagura. And now Kobuna wants to kill Boruto as revenge for killing his father, Funamushi. Oh, also there’s Ikada who may want revenge for Seiren too.

I have a few problems with Kobuna, though. The first is that Boruto sees the mark on Kobuna’s forehead and then recognizes him as Funamushi’s son. The two don’t look anything alike. Every Funato follower has the same mark. Nothing about that should have confirmed to Boruto who Kobuna is.

Funamushi's son Kobuna from the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 249
Funamushi’s son Kobuna

The second issue with Kobuna is that he blames Boruto for killing his father. And this isn’t helped by the fact that Boruto also blames himself. In case you need a reminder, scroll up to the first picture of this review. Boruto didn’t kill Funamushi. Buntan was the one who killed him.

Sure, Funamushi was busy taking Boruto hostage when Buntan ran him through. But, that doesn’t mean Boruto’s to blame for his death. And even if he was, Funamushi was a combatant fighting against teenagers. You can’t say that Funamushi was in the right here even if the Funato have a good reason for fighting.

This makes me wonder if Boruto is going to blame himself for Seiren’s injuries too. Now that he knows Ikada is Seiren’s younger brother, does that change things? And will Ikada blame Boruto? He shouldn’t. But, I could see it getting played up for the drama.

Conclusion

What do you think of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episodes 248 & 249? Which episode did you like more? Do you think there will be any more deaths in this arc? And, how do you think Ikada will react to seeing Boruto again? Let me know in the comments.

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Spy x Family Episode 6

Spy x Family Episode 6

Stella Stars and Tonitrus Bolts

Spy x Family Episode 6 was much better than Episode 5 because it furthered the plot of the series. And, as I’ll explain later on in this review, Episode 6 fixed one of my complaints with Episode 5. As a whole, this was a good episode.

Anyway, now that Anya’s enrolled in Eden College, we learned how the school works. The students at the top are the Imperial Scholars. They excel in academics and also contribute to the prestige of the school with their actions. This is the status that Anya needs to achieve for Loid’s mission.

To become an Imperial Scholar, a student must earn 8 Stella Stars. In case you’re wondering, stella is Latin for star. That’s not too important, but I figured I’d mention it since the opposite of Stella Stars is also half Latin. They’re called Tonitrus Bolts.

Stella Stars from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 6
Stella Stars

Tonitrus is Latin for thunder. So we have Star Stars and Thunder Bolts at Eden College. But, how does one get a Tonitrus Bolt? If a student does something that dishonors the school or themselves, they’re given one (or more).

If a student collects 8 Tonitrus Bolts, they’ll get expelled from the school. But, what’s important here is that, as far as we know, Stella Stars and Tonitrus Bolts don’t cancel out. If you have a Tonitrus Bolt, getting a Stella Star doesn’t remove the Tonitrus Bolt. So, you could have 7/8 Stella Stars and still get expelled for earning 8 Tonitrus Bolts.

On top of that, we don’t know if there’s an annual reset. Students attend Eden College for 13 years, from ages 6 to 19. To me, it makes sense that Stella Stars and Tonitrus Bolts would reset yearly. That’s because students should have to earn the rank of Imperial Scholar each year.

Anya and Yor

Only yesterday, in my review of Episode 5, I complained that Yor was more of a supporting character. For the most part, she’s taken a backseat to Loid and Anya. And in Episode 5, she got sidelined for most of it after getting drunk.

Luckily, Yor got plenty of screen time in Episode 6. Of course, Anya was still the star of the show. I expect Anya to be the main focus out of herself, Loid, and Yor. But, it was nice to see that Yor got to share the spotlight this time around.

Something I noticed in this episode, though is that I get very distracted by Yor’s voice. Saori Hayami is Yor’s voice actor, and she has a pretty distinct voice and way of speaking. Every time Yor says something, all I can think of are other characters voiced by Saori.

Anya wearing her school uniform from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 6
Anya wearing her school uniform

What’s weird is the character I mainly think of when I hear Saori’s voice. It’s not Yotsugi from Monogatari, Shinobu from Demon Slayer, or even Atalante from Fate. No, when I hear Saori speak, I usually think of Maria Campbell from My Next Life as a Villainess. And I didn’t even like that anime.

Moving on from Yor, Anya got a character design update with her new school uniform. I’m going to assume that we won’t be seeing her old outfit from this point forward. But, it’s always possible that she wears it when not at school. I find that unlikely, though.

I’m also not expecting to get character design updates for Loid and Yor. They both already have their casual and professional outfits. In a series like this one, characters don’t need to have a wide array of outfits. But, I wouldn’t say no to seeing Yor wearing different things.

Damian Desmond

Something I noticed pretty early on was that a lot of character names have alliteration. Franky Franklin, Henry Henderson, Damian Desmond, and Becky Blackbell are just a few. I doubt there’s any significance to this, though. It seems to be nothing more than a fun thing the author threw in.

I’m not sure why, but I didn’t expect Damian to be a major character. He’s still a supporting character, not a main character. But it seems like he’s going to be more prominent than I expected. I wasn’t thinking Anya would be interacting with him right from the start of the school year.

Also, I don’t know what kind of relationship Anya and Damian are going to have yet. Based on Damian’s initial impression of Anya, I thought he might have a crush on her. He still might. But, I was thinking that he would be trying to impress her and Anya would be trying to avoid him.

Anya punching Damian from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 6
Anya punching Damian

Then, before the episode was even over, Damian swapped to being Anya’s bully. Of course, he may be bullying her because he likes her. But that’s a different dynamic than him trying to impress her. And then their relationship took a 180 when Anya punched Damian in the face.

It looks like the bully became the bullied.

I’m interested to see how Anya manages her relationship with Damian. It’s obvious that he annoys her. But, at the same time, getting close to him is her secret mission. And if there’s one thing we can count on, it’s Anya being serious about her mission.

Though, being serious and being successful are two very different things. I’m sure there will be countless times like this when Anya’s emotions get the better of her. I have high expectations going forward.

Conclusion

What do you think of Spy x Family Episode 6? Was it better than Episode 5? Are you glad that we’re finally to the Eden College content? And which alliteration name is your favorite in the series? Let me know in the comments.

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Spy x Family Episode 5

Spy x Family Episode 5

The Waitlist

Spy x Family Episode 5 was my least favorite episode of the series so far. My issue with this episode comes in two parts. First, the episode set up a good premise. Then, it proceeded to do something else that didn’t matter instead.

At the start of the episode, the Forgers find out that Anya didn’t pass the exams and make it into Eden College. But, before they leave campus, Mr. Henderson informs them that Anya is first on the waitlist. This means that if anyone drops out of the school, Anya will immediately get in.

After hearing this, Yor then imagines assassinating one of the other parents of a student who got in. If she did this, the assassinated man’s child wouldn’t get into the school. In case you forgot, all students of Eden College need both parents.

Yor imagining how she'd kill Zachry Feiss from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 5
Yor imagining how she’d kill Zachry Feiss

It was obvious that Yor wasn’t actually going to assassinate another parent to help Anya. But, what I liked about this was that it set up a path leading to Anya’s acceptance. All Loid and Yor had to do was get another child to drop out somehow. And how they went about doing that could have been entertaining.

Consider how over-the-top their planning was for walking into the interviews. It would have been pretty funny to see them pull off some elaborate plan to spill something on someone else. And then since that person wouldn’t have a change of clothes, they’d get kicked out of the school.

What sucks is that we didn’t get anything like that. Instead, the Forgers went home and waited for a phone call about someone dropping out. I can see how Loid’s mundane phone call before the reveal could have been funny. But the execution wasn’t there.

Anya’s Acceptance

Loid’s toned-down celebration of the acceptance phone call seems fine for manga. With good paneling, that could have been a funny scene. But, as I said, the execution wasn’t all there for it to work in the anime.

With that said, the celebration was still cute. And when I say the celebration was cute, of course, I mean Anya and Yor were cute. But, something I’ve noticed is that Yor hasn’t felt much like a main character so far. Loid and Anya are always in the spotlight. Yor is pretty much a supporting character right now.

During the celebration, Yor begins drinking. It doesn’t take very long for her to get drunk. And then for the rest of the episode, she exists in the background drunk until the fight at the end. Why not give us more cute, drunk Yor content instead of hiding her?

The Forgers celebrate Anya's acceptance from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 5
The Forgers celebrate Anya’s acceptance

Why is it that we got more Franky content than Yor content in this episode? Does anyone actually want Franky content? I know I don’t. And if you want to see him more than you want to see Yor, you’re beyond saving.

Starting with the next episode, we’re also going to be getting content of Anya at school. While that’s definitely going to be good content, it also leaves less time for Yor. Maybe my expectations for this series are a bit off the mark. The series isn’t called Spy x Assassin x Family. Yor doesn’t have to be a main character.

Anyway, during the celebration of Anya’s acceptance, she makes a request of Loid. Franky says Loid will buy her anything she wants. But, instead, Anya chooses to have an experience rather than a physical item. She wants to play out a scene from her favorite show.

Loidman the Spy

I’m going to guess that the whole Loidman part of the episode was the favorite of most viewers. But, I wasn’t all that interested in it. This feels a bit weird to say about a comedy anime, but it was filler.

Did this part of the episode have good action? Yes. Did it have good animation? Yes. But it didn’t further the plot at all. And I wouldn’t say it added to any of the characters either. It was a filler event that didn’t serve much of a purpose. I don’t even think it was funny.

Look, the best part of the entire Loidman saga was drunk Yor falling after breaking the heel off her shoe. And when that’s the best part, that’s how you know it wasn’t that good as a whole. Loid taking Anya’s quiz and having a pretend shootout with the other agents did nothing for me.

Loidman going to save Princess Anya from the anime series Spy x Family Episode 5
Loidman going to save Princess Anya

One thing that could make this part of the episode better in hindsight is if Loidman returns in the future. I don’t know in what context that would happen. It would have to actually relate to the plot in some way, though.

Like, if Anya is in need of help while at school, Loidman might come to her rescue. Loid wouldn’t be able to show up because that would go against Eden College’s rules for sure. But, if it’s Loidman, then Loid’s identity could stay hidden from the housemasters.

Another possibility is that Loidman reappears when Yor is going to find out Loid’s a spy. Yor doesn’t seem like the brightest person around. So if Loid puts on a simple mask, she might actually get tricked. Or, she may think he was only pretending to be a spy and isn’t actually one.

Conclusion

What do you think of Spy x Family Episode 5? Did you dislike it as much as I did? Which episode would you say was the worst so far? And do you think there needs to be more Yor content? Let me know in the comments.

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The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 6

The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 6

I Was Wrong About Kyo Ethnina

I’m brave enough to admit when I’m wrong. And I’d like to start this review of The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 6 by admitting I was wrong about Kyo.

In my review of Episode 5, I said a lot of mean things about Kyo Ethnina. For example, I said that he was a boring take on the mad scientist trope, which is already a boring character trope. But, that’s not what I was wrong about. In fact, I can now say with even more certainty that I was correct about that.

No. What I was wrong about were the vials attached to his chest. At first, I thought they were vials of liquid. In the review, though, I changed my mind and said they could be small scrolls of some kind. Well, my initial assumption was the correct one.

Kyo Ethnina and his Book vassal weapon from the anime series The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 6
Kyo Ethnina and his Book vassal weapon

Toward the end of the episode, Kyo reveals that the items attached to his chest are in fact vials of liquid. He has 3 vials of blue liquid and 1 vial of red liquid. And, he uses a drop from one of the blue vials to open up a portal to his original world.

Something that was a bit unclear is what the liquid in the vial actually is. From what Kyo says, you could infer that the vial contains some of the collected souls. But, I’m going to assume that’s not what he meant when he said he only stored a small amount there.

What he may have meant by that is that the rest of the collected souls are in his original world already. And, what he plans to do with those souls, we don’t know. We only know he wants power.

Rishia Takes a Stand

I’ll be honest, I wasn’t paying much attention to this episode while I was watching it. So, it’s possible that I missed the part that explained how Rishia was able to stand up against Kyo. But, I’m going to assume that it was thanks to the power of love and friendship, or something.

I went back and tried to see if we got a real explanation. As far as I could tell, one wasn’t given. So, unless the answer actually is the power of love and friendship, something’s up with Rishia. And I’m not too thrilled at the thought of that.

Look, we already had the reveal that Filo is actually the next Filolial queen. Revealing that Rishia is someone special as well doesn’t add anything. As far as I’m concerned, that’s a boring development. I don’t like when every main character turns out to be special.

Rishia standing up against Kyo from the anime series The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 6
Rishia standing up against Kyo

I guess you could argue that means I don’t like Melty, since she’s a princess. But, from what I remember, that’s always been who Melty is. I don’t remember there being some big reveal about her identity that changed who she is. She’s always been herself and that’s fine to me.

With that said, at the start of Episode 4, we learned that Rishia comes from a noble family. And in that review, I explained that nobles are often related to royalty. So, this could be where Rishia gets her power from. And, I suppose that wouldn’t be a terrible development.

But, again, then she’d be encroaching on the territory of another main character — Melty. One thing I’m getting a bit concerned about is that Rishia could replace Melty. After all, Melty isn’t in this season and Rishia is also a mage like Melty is.

Invading Another World

The Rising of the Shield Hero got pretty meta at the end of this episode. Naofumi and the gang are heading to another world. That means that Naofumi is jumping from other world to other world now.

Unfortunately, this confirms that Kyo is going to remain a villain for at least the rest of this season. And, since he’s jumping between worlds, I’m going to guess that he’ll be around for even longer than that. Naofumi may have to chase him across worlds before defeating him.

On the positive side, L’arc, Therese, and Glass should become more important characters. Naofumi’s heading to their world to help them defeat one of their own. And since Naofumi has no reason to destroy their world, they shouldn’t be antagonists. By the end of the arc, I’d expect them to be on good terms.

Rishia, Filo, Naofumi, and Raphtalia heading into another world from the anime series The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 6
Rishia, Filo, Naofumi, and Raphtalia heading into another world

The big question for me at this point is, will L’Arc and his group be out of the series by the end of the arc? If Naofumi helps to save their world while he’s there, they’ll have no reason to return to “his” world, right?

It’s possible that they’ll still return to help Naofumi. But, I’m not sure if that’s something I would want or not. L’Arc and his group have good character designs, so I’d like to see them more. At the same time, though, it may be best if they don’t overstay their welcome.

Sometimes, anime build up their cast to overwhelming levels. Look at TenSura as an example of this. In that series, there are so many characters that most of them only get a few seconds of screen time. Removing characters once their stories are over can actually benefit them in the end.

Conclusion

What do you think of The Rising of the Shield Hero Season 2 Episode 6? Are you glad Kyo is going to be around for at least a bit longer? Why do you think Rishia could withstand his gravity magic? And do you think Naofumi and the gang will visit more worlds? Let me know in the comments.

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