Seeking nostalgia, Jon suggests the brothers rekindle a fondness for ball-joints with the Highlander doll show, Rozen Maiden, desu. Memories are a funny thing though, since while both brothers remember the show fondly, a subsequent watch reveals that one bad character can spoil the whole wind-up battle royale. They discuss what made the show memorable, its impact on early meme culture, and where it ultimately fell short as a classic. Also featuring: Pathfinder, No Game No Life novels, and JK Haru is a Sex Worker in Another World.
Sometimes the power of friendship is more than just a trope, at least thats what the brothers discover in the second season of Mob Psycho 100. Picking up where the last season left off, Mob Psycho 100 follows Mob’s progression from a self-isolating boy with immeasurable psychic power to a wholesome, well-rounded and more confident boy with immeasurable psychic power. One’s unique take on what it means to wield supreme strength while staying truly human brings a lot of heart to the table in this second season. Also featuring: Steins;Gate, No Game No Life: Zero, Detective Pikachu, and Game of Thrones.
The brothers encounter No Game No Life and the world of Disboard where all decisions are based upon the outcome of games. Siblings Sora and Shiro fall into a kingdom on the brink of losing everything and only by taking the crown though cunning, strategy, and boob jokes can they bring the last bastion of Imanity to prominence once again. Also featuring: The Expanse, Neuromancer, and Thud!