Tim’s back to join Carrie and Justin for a discussion of some of the new shows this season, including Sweetness & Lightning, as well as Days (though the amount of Days involved is a subject for debate, apparently). Plus, the Toast Hosts discuss what YOU PEOPLE wanted as well as give a run-down of the last Baltimore-held Otakon!
Tight on the trail, Guts has followed Casca to Albion in pursuit, trying to protect her. Can Guts manage to catch up in time and save her from the incoming destruction that awaits them in the dark, or will the Struggler stumble in his own ambition?
Carrie and Justin are back to talk about two very different series – Orange, and Mob Psycho 100! The Toast Hosts also look at the latest news in the business, from serious media industry announcements to weird toy stuff to even Willem Dafoe!
With Casca’s fate in question, Guts can only press on with his quest to find her and save her from the demons that chase them both for their brands. With renewed vigor and a restored Dragon’s Tooth blade, his mission is the only step forward. Does he stand a chance against the perils that await, or will he ultimately succumb to the crushing weight of the world around him?
Carrie and Nathan are back to start off the summer season in the most magical way possible, with Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE LOVE! The Toast Hosts also give a rundown of the latest news, including SDCC announcements and more! Plus, cat bananas.
For all the effort Guts put into combating previous threats, he finds himself at an impasse and unsure of where to go. With no leads and being plagued by nightmares, he pursues the only option he has left: an old friend who shares many of his scars. Will Guts discover what needs to be found? Continue reading
After successfully escaping the Holy knights that had imprisoned him, Guts steals their leader away and flees towards his original objective nearby. Pursued by one of the underlings, what will happen when Guts reaches the gates? And why is the girl so important?
Toasters! I was busy with real world stuff last week and didn’t have time to write up a season wrap up, so without further adieu, here are my thoughts on the shows I finished from the Spring 2016 anime season.
Boku no Hero Academia/My Hero Academia
• Definitely one of my top picks for the season, My Hero Academia continued to impress with every episode. Funimation beautifully adapted the already exceedingly popular shōnen manga. Sporting a very clean and well done animation style, My Hero Academia boasted some wonderful character designs, particularly All Might’s character design, which was very reminiscent of silver age American style comics along with the impressive voice acting performances from the entire cast. Undeniably one of the better recent shōnen series, you can’t help but get hyped up after each marvelously animated fight scene. If you haven’t watched it yet, definitely check it out. Personally, I can’t wait for My Hero Academia season 2! Also go check out my episode by episode review on mouthfuloftoast.com if you want some more in depth information.
Now that Guts has been properly introduced to us in his new garb with his new Dragon’s Tooth massive zweihander, he finds himself confronted by a certain sect of knights that seem intent on his capture. What ends do they meet by securing him, and will he go down quietly? The answer should be fairly obvious for both.
Nathan and Carrie return to break down the highs and lows of the Spring anime season as well as give their first impressions of what they think will be good (and what looks like hot garbage) in the Summer lineup. Plus, the Toast Hosts provide a look at the latest news, ranging from new licensing to weird hamburgers and everything in between!