70: Clippy Learns to Love (Violet Evergarden)

How does the world deal with those broken by war? What does love mean to someone who has never known it? The brothers attempt to find out with Violet Evergarden. An orphaned former child soldier, Violet was given her name and meaning by her last commander. But as he lay with mortal wounds, he gave her his last command “Live” and his final words “I love you.” Now working as a letter writer, Violet tries to understand her place in a world at peace, without a commander to guide her. Also featuring: Happy Sugar Life, Revue Starlight, Teen Titans Go to the Movies, and The Book Thief.

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69: It’s Always Sunny in this Wonderful World (KonoSuba)

Despite his best efforts, Jon finally capitulates and watches one of Ben’s favorite recent comedies: KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on this Wonderful World! A parody of the isekai trope, KonoSuba follows Kazuma, a recently dead teen, who is tasked with saving another world from the Devil King, but instead of an ultimate weapon, Kazuma chooses the useless goddess Aqua to aid him in his quest. Will Kazuma be successful? Is Aqua ever useful? How much jiggle can you actually have in one show? Also featuring: the newest Magic the Gathering set, Bananafish, and Cells at Work.
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68: Nadir of Pain (Made in Abyss)

Donning their adventurer’s equipment, the brothers journey into the depths with Made in Abyss. One of the best shows Aniki has had the pleasure of watching, Made in Abyss follows the ambitious Riko in her descent into the pit to find her long lost mother. Along with her robot friend Reg, Riko finds a fantastic world below ground along with challenges that test her resolve and will. Also featuring: Scythe, Overwatch’s new Wrecking Ball, and Letterkenny.
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67: My Cowl, Damp with Tears (My Hero Academia)

Heroes abound in the quirky world of My Hero Academia. The Aniki brothers follow Deku, a hero wannabe, and his friends as they enter UA High School and learn what it takes to be a true hero in the first season of the biggest shounen to air in the last few years. How do My Hero Academia‘s characters and plot stack up against shounens of the past? Spoilers: Very well, indeed. Also featuring: Jurassic Park, John Carter of Mars, and Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu.
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