Ego Lied! – Blue Lock Ep 11 Review

Ego reveals that he lied about there being more players in other buildings at the facility. Team Z walks into the second selection challenge with confidence.

So, it turns out that Ego lied. There aren’t even 5 buildings in Blue Lock, only one.

Better question – are we even surprised?

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Nagi Seishirou’s Awakening – Blue Lock Ep 10 Review

Kuon’s sad backstory motives him to help Team Z one last time. Nagi’s awakening as playmaker forces everybody else on the field to work harder for a win.

I can understand Kuon’s backstory, and appreciate his sacrifice…but more than anything I’m glad he realized Team Z’s desire to win.

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Kobeni Sucks – Chainsaw Man Ep 6 Review

Kobeni drinks toilet bowl water and tries to kill Denji. Power aspires to become Prime Minister of Japan. Let’s admit Chainsaw Man is Mid already.

Wow, Kobeni sucks.

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A Striker’s Awakening – Blue Lock Ep 9 Review

Bachira single handedly creates a chain reaction of egoist awakenings on Team Z. Reo ponders defeat and begins to doubt Team V’s ability to win the match.

Bachira, Chigiri, Kunigami, and Isagi all have egoist awakenings! This Team Z vs Team V match is insane!

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King Barou Returns– Blue Lock Ep 8 Review

Isagi trains with King Barou one on one to test his spatial awareness special ability. Reo and Nagi’s friendship and relationship to soccer is explored.

Okay, now I see how Nagi has been getting so many shots each game.

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Chigiri Unchained!  – Blue Lock Ep 7 Review

Chigiri joins the game and goes supersonic after a literal push from Isagi. Kuon desperately seeks out ways to secure his place in the second round.

I’m glad that Princess Chigiri decided to join the game.

Not to make light of his injury or anything, but his full backstory and flashbacks soured me on his character.

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Kuon the Traitor – Blue Lock Ep 6 Review

Kuon the traitor sells out Team Z in exchange for a guaranteed way to the next selection round. Chigiri encounters his old teammates the Wanima Brothers.

Man, Kuon was a traitor.

Honestly, I should have seen that one coming.

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An Egoist is Born – Blue Lock Ep 5 Review

Isagi’s defeat of Team Y unlocks the inner Egoist in him. Chigiri reveals why he joined the Blue Lock Project and confides in Isagi about a past injury.

Jinpachi Ego might actually be a genius for exploiting the success of the best ranked player in each team to motivate the rest to continually train, succeed, and evolve.

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Misery Loves Company – Trolley Ep 6 Kdrama Recap

Seung Hee is miserable and wants to ruin her former best friend Hye Ju’s life. Assemblyman Nam orders Woo Jae to investigate his wife’s past in Youngsan.

You know, I will say that a Kdrama has done its job when you absolutely hate the antagonist of the female lead. Every time Seung Hee appears on screen to bully, harass, and blackmail Hye Ju I want to physically reach through the television screen and smack her.

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A Soccer Superhero – Blue Lock Ep 4 Review

Kunigami wants to be a soccer superhero who used the power of friendship to make plays. Team Z faces off against Team Y using their strategists Isagi and Niko.

I honestly don’t know why Isagi doubts his special abilities so much.

He may not be a soccer superhero like Kunigami’s revealed ambition in his little backstory segment, but Isagi arguably controls the game using his special technique weapons of perception and strategy.

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