The brothers get transported to a grim-dark fantasy epic full of magic and intrigue in Overlord, one of the best isekais to come out in the last ten years. In what was supposed to be a single season overview, this episode ends up covering the entirety of the series since Jon just couldn’t stop watching. Overlord follows the player Momonga after he is transported inside the game Yggdrasil after the game was supposed to have been shut off. Instead of a blank “screen” he is presented with NPCs that now act as their flavor text dictates and the body of his own character. Now he must discover if he is the only player in this predicament or not, whatever it takes. Also featuring: Cop Craft and Vinland Saga.
The brothers are dropped into the moral and philosophical front line trenches of an alternate World War I with magic artillery and objectivist lolis in Youjo Senki: Saga of Tanya the Evil. After a salaryman is murdered by a subordinate, “god” appears to him and challenges his lack of faith. Esposing the idea that no one need bow to a god in an age of ease and comfort, the salaryman eats his words and is reincarnated as a young girl named Tanya in an alternate timeline where World War I is just beginning. Can Tanya live our her days in ease while still maintaining her lack of faith or will her hubris catch up with her? Also featuring: Tokidoki, Cytus 2, and NOS4A2.
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.