Totally slacking on these reblogs, but trying to catch up… check out episode 13 of Kimetsu no Yaiba as a certain person returns to the collab (finally)
Sup. I’m alive, yay~
Nah, not really yay, since I’m still not going to do any extra posts(yet), but at least the collab post is still coming out.
And uh, that’s actually about all I want to say before the collab post. Hopefully I’ll actually get the time, energy and drive to finish my own posts sometime, all ye poor people waiting for me to post *good* stuff again.
Anyways, here’s the discussion around episode 13 of Kimetsu no Yaiba!
Purple: Scary cat lady[link to blog]
Red: Slightly less scary cat lady [link to blog]
Blue: The one that won’t stop waifuing people [link to blog]
Green: A stupid that didn’t join the collab for a while due to dying
1. What are your general thoughts on this episode?
I think this is the first real so-so episode I’ve…
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I’ve been super bad at keeping up on these reblogs, huh? With lots going on, I suppose that’s kind of to be expected, though… But with some new friends in the mix, and Moya trying her hand at some bad pun jobs, what’s not to like??
Happy July 24th! You ask me what’s happening on this day? Well…nothing in particular as far as I know, but I’m sure we can find a reason to celebrate on Foodimentary – oh guess what, it’s National Tequila Day! I refuse to drink any alcohol that isn’t sweetened, and this certainly doesn’t relate to the episode in any way, but congrats if you celebrate this holiday.
- Purple = Aria (crazy bird lady)
- Green = Plyasm (future-seeing manga reader)
- Blue = Astral (Nezuko’s other oniisan)
- Red = Me (hard-to-impress shounen critic)
1. What are your general thoughts on this episode? [Mandatory]
Woot! More worldbuilding, more Kasugai crow (although he scared me for a second) and more butt-kicking.
Zenitsu redeeming himself unconsciously, demon politics, and Tanjiro’s self-to-self pep talk (which I surprisingly didn’t mind).
Man, the combat in this show is always just so good. Tanjiro being a good boi aside…
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