The manga revolution may be in for a revolution as the Aniki brothers climb a deadly gauntlet with the adaptation of the Korean manwa Tower of God. Originally published on Webtoons, Tower of God is a rarity in that it is an anime based on non-Japanese published source material. Following the Twenty-Fifth Baam, or Yoru, the show follows his journey through the eponymous tower to reunite with his friend Rachel. Said to grant any wish to those that reach its top, the tower poses a mighty and deadly gauntlet for each of its floors. While a shounen at heart, this is a unique spin on the genre with amazing animation and fantastic music. Also featuring: mahjong rants and some other manga reviews.
Taking another listener request, Ben and Jon go on a super comfy blanket adventure to see the gorgeous scenery in Yuru Camp. In the vein of “cute girls doing cute things,” Yuru camp follows avid solo adventurer Rin as she makes a new friend and goes on group camping trips, sometimes. If you need something to soothe your soul, this is the show for you. Also featuring: hot-takes on the Cowboy Bebop live action cast announcement.
On a viewer’s request, the brothers enter a time loop while investigating the strange phenomenon of puberty syndrome in Rascal Does Not Dream of a Bunny Girl Senpai. After witnessing his famous senpai, Mai, in a bunny girl outfit in public, high-schooler Sakuta attempts to save her from vanishing from reality. Other beautiful women also fall victim to quantum mechanics as Sakuta must save them from their problems while strengthening his relationship with Mai. However, Ben and Jon notice that they too have entered a time loop taking them back to 2009. Also featuring: Kaguya-Sama and Isekai Quartet.