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This week in Anime: week 48 of 2018

inb4 John McAfee makes Anime real again


How do?

Since we're currently lacking native spoiler tags, I'd ask all of you to follow this scheme:
Post a top level comment with the title and episode number of the anime you want to talk about like this
**JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Vento Aureo - Episode 1**
Then reply to those top level comments with your thoughts. This way people who haven't seen something yet or plan on binge watching once all the episodes are out can simply collapase the top level comment to not get spoiled ^.^

What do?

Simply post, discuss or joke about any currently airing anime you want. For Anime you've been watching that aren't currently airing refer to Cleb's weekly thread.

When do?

But what if the anime I want to talk about hasn't aired yet?

No problem, just post a comment here once the episode has aired, these threads aren't meant to last one single day.


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4 comments

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    talklittle Link
    Goblin Slayer - Episode 9

    Goblin Slayer - Episode 9

    1. talklittle Link Parent
      That concludes this town's arc. They didn't put much emphasis on the mastermind reveal; I interpreted this as saying the mastermind doesn't actually matter when you look at things on an individual...

      That concludes this town's arc. They didn't put much emphasis on the mastermind reveal; I interpreted this as saying the mastermind doesn't actually matter when you look at things on an individual level. Just because a war is drawing near an end doesn't heal the damage already done.

  2. [2]
    talklittle Link
    That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime - Episode 9

    That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime - Episode 9

    1. talklittle Link Parent
      Caught up with this mostly playing in the background. It's a pretty laid back show and not the type to watch expecting big things to happen. It's not exactly a slice-of-life but feels similar,...

      Caught up with this mostly playing in the background. It's a pretty laid back show and not the type to watch expecting big things to happen. It's not exactly a slice-of-life but feels similar, kind of a feel-good lighthearted show with isekai setting.

      Last couple episodes I like how they touch on the Real World a little bit. And Rimuru finally gets his human form which is kinda neat, but at the same time brings it closer to more of a generic isekai story with human protagonist.