Anime Review Roundup
My Hero Academia Season 2 Part 1. We’re talking animated popular entertainment here, an anime show about superheroes at school, which has textbook breakout title written all over it. This is a show that’s guaranteed to appeal to broad audiences in the West. Despite that it is as pure Japanese anime as you can get, very much of the long running, young male demographic ilk, usually represented by shows like Naruto and One Piece. It’s made immediately obvious as the second season begins with a tournament arc, pitting its youthful trainee superheroes against each other in an arena. Click on the review to read more.
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Black Butler Season 1 was released originally in 2 parts on DVD by Manga Entertainment, although only the complete collection is easy to find at this point. Here’s my review of Part 2. Best get it from the UK if you’re interested, and before Manga’s version goes out of print, as in the US, it’s a title that has been Aniplexed out of existence.
My Hero Academia: Season 2 Part 1 was released on April 2nd on Blu-ray and on DVD by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on behalf of Funimation.