The Promised Neverland S2 First Impressions

This is a first impressions review of The Promised Neverland Season 2, episode one and two.

“This world is beautiful, yet cruel” 

For a second I actually had to pause the episode and check to see which show I was watching, haha. It reminded me of Mikasa’s (season one I believe) monologue about her life up until that point. 

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Declaration of War – Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 5 Review

This is a review of Episode Five of Attack on Titan Season 4, the Final Season. Titled “ Declaration of War”.

Check out last week’s episode review here.

Ahh.

I’ve been looking forward to this chapter being animated for over a year now.

Patiently anticipating it.

While watching this, I fully expected to be hype beyond belief…but all I felt was this enveloping numbness.

Is it because I’ve already read the manga, and know it all goes downhill from this moment on? I truly and fully wanted to enjoy this episode. But I didn’t.

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Dedicate Your Heart – Shingeki no Kyojin Chapter 136 Review

This is a review of the Shingeki no Kyojin monthly manga, Chapter 136: Devote Your Hearts.

Check out my review of SnK Chapter 135 here.

Is it wrong that I thoroughly enjoyed seeing Zeke Yeager suffer?

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Festivities Before the Theatre – Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 4 Review

This is a review of Episode Four of Attack on Titan Season 4, the Final Season. Titled “ From One Hand to Another”.

“Yo, Reiner. It’s been four years.”

Wooo, how about that after credits cliff hanger?

So next time – we get the basement scene, the declaration of war, and just maybe…Marley might have a grim reminder of their own?

Who knows. Haha

Check out last week’s episode review here.

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The Shield of Marley – Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 3 Review

This is a review of Episode Three of Attack on Titan Season 4, the Final Season. Titled “The Door of Hope”.

Poor Reiner.

He can never quite catch a break, can he?

Check out last week’s episode review here.

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Midnight Descends on Marley – Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 2 Review

This is a review of episode two of Attack on Titan Season 4, the Final Season. Titled “Midnight Train”.

Check out last week’s episode review here.

So after watching the season premiere, I went on YouTube and watched some reviewers’ reactions.

Most of them were anime-only.

Which is fine, I loved seeing the raw emotion on their faces. It was even better when a stoic manga reader was seated on either side, a thin-lipped grimace on their face. I’d imagine I had the same look while watching.

The general consensus of those individuals’ videos, along with their comment section seemed to chime one thing:

“Where’s Eren?”

Then there were a few manga readers who came through and calmly told them – “you are not ready for Eren”.

Why? Because you are not ready for Eren.

Eren started this story.

Yes, Isayama-sensei wrote it. Yes, Mappa is producing it this season. But, only Eren knows how it ends.

And Eren Yeager does not come when called. Eren Yeager only shows up when he deems his presence necessary. Otherwise, he is not around.

Some of you might think I’m being funny, but I am being completely serious.

Eren controls this. Not Isayama, not Mappa, not the publishers, fans, etc.

This is his story, and we are only watching it.

(Although…Eren did appear in this episode. Twice, even.)

And with that out of the way, let’s dive into episode two! ☺

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The Other Side of the Sea – Attack on Titan Season 4 Episode 1 Review

This is a review of episode one of Attack on Titan Season 4, the Final Season. Titled “The Other Side of the Sea”.

Catch up on my Attack on Titan Season 3 reviews here.

Howdy, Howdy! I want to welcome all of you reading this to my Attack on Titan the Final Season weekly anime reviews!

So just as a heads up before I begin this review, I wanted to let you know that I have already read the manga from where the season 3 adaptation left off. I currently do monthly chapter reviews of the manga as well, which you can find a link to at the end of this article if you are interested.

I do have some character bias based on how the story progresses, but for the most part – I don’t want that to get in the way of these reviews. I will try my best not to spoil anything for you anime-only watchers, and plan on just enjoying this wonderful show. Also, very important point I need to make:

I support Eren Yeager 100%.

Again, as the current manga story stands (with chapter 135) I support Eren Yeager and his cause 100%.

You don’t need to know what I’m exactly talking about, but I would just like you to keep that in mind as the anime season progresses. And with that out of the way, let’s dive into the season premiere! ☺

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The Eldian Alliance: Infinity Wars – Shingeki no Kyojin Chapter 135 Review

This is a review of the Shingeki no Kyojin monthly manga, Chapter 135: Battle of Heaven and Earth.

Check out my review of SnK Chapter 134 here.

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It’s Too Late to Apologize – Shingeki no Kyojin Chapter 134 Review

This is a review of the Shingeki no Kyojin monthly manga, Chapter 134: In the Depths of Despair.

My alternative post title for this chapter would be ‘Eren plays baseball in Marley’.

But, ♫ it’s too late to apologize ♫ is just too melodramatic to pass up.

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A Small Warning

Just a small warning against odd events currently transpiring in New York City.

In a message for those who would listen, I mentioned possible evildoings and/or troubles ahead before the global pandemic and shutdowns.

Here I am again, as we shift into fall and then winter.

Now, I could be saying a lot here – or I could be saying nothing. It is up to the reader to interpret or decide. It is up to you out there reading this to decide how you want to take this information.

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