I don’t know about you but there has been an influx of monthly subscription boxes popping up everywhere I look. A lot of them are really great and provide something for everyone to look forward to on a monthly basis. With the holidays fast approaching I should also point out that they could make a great gift for someone you know.
One Punch Man shows that amongst all the action and humor it can provide you with some truly emotional scenes. This episode can otherwise be summed up as, “I’m not crying, you’re crying!”
Dragonball Super really surprised me this week in the best way possible. I went in dragging my feet a bit, resigned with a story I thought I already knew and yet things have changed. They’ve changed in a big way.
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With the universe expanded and a cast of background characters introduced it’s time for One Punch Man to get back to what it excels at. Nonstop action with a side of slap stick humor.
Once again, another average episode and a few “additional scenes” that are treated like a drug in order to keep movie-goers hooked. Is it working?
I’m thankful for fandoms that never die, always produce good fanfic, and have little drama. The three necessities.