Cardcaptor Sakura and the Spring Anime Season! – Bulletoon Weekly

Rila and Riley are back and… well… Rila’s excited. Veeery excited. The spring anime season is off to a good start, and there’s some pretty great news from one of her all time favorite anime. Also the rundown of the latest Overwatch seasonal event, thoughts on the new Thor: Ragnarok trailer, and more! Stay Tooned!

Originally Intended Release Date: Saturday, May 15, 2017

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BatGirl Movie | Destiny 2 | Attack on Titan 2 – Bulletoon Weekly

This week, the girls talk about the upcoming BatGirl and Venom movies, updates on Wreck-It Ralph 2, information on Attack on Titan and New Game!!, and the new Destiny 2 teaser and trailer! With a special guest, to boot!

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Movies
New Trailer for The Mummy
Joss Whedon stand-alone Bat-Girl movie in the works, based on New52
New IT trailer
Wreck-It Ralph sequel gets name, release date
Spider-Man Homecoming trailer released
Sony’s Venom not connected to MCU

Comics
Marvel Solicitations (March 29)
DC Solicitations (March 29)

Television
First Black Lightning image revealed
Live action ReBoot cast photo revealed

Anime/Manga
Attack on Titan second season to only have 12 episodes
Mega Man animated series coming to Cartoon Network in 2018 or later
New Game! second season gets reveals Cast, Staff, Visual, and Debut Period
Kemono Friends has a new screen project coming up
North American Anime, Manga Releases (March 26 – April 1)

Gaming
Nintendo America promises big E3
Destiny 2 gets reveal trailer

Venom | Sonic Forces | Re:Creators – Bulletoon Weekly

In this packed episode, Rila and Riley are back to talk Marvel and DC’s cinematic universes, the upcoming Sonic project, and the premiere dates of a few anime, including the original series, Re:Creators! All this and more on the latest Bulletoon Weekly! Stay Tooned!
Intended premiere date: March 25, 2017.

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Pixar unveils first ‘Coco’ trailer
Illumination debuts new ‘Despicable Me 3’ trailer
Warner Bros. releases new ‘Wonder Woman’ trailer
RUMOR: David Goyer could direct DCEU films
Henry Cavill joins ‘Mission Impossible 6’
DC aims to shoot another film in place of ‘The Batman’
Sony moves forward with ‘Venom’ spin-off film, reveals release date
James Gunn teases ‘Guardians of the Galaxy 3’
‘Matrix’ reboot in the works
‘Guardians of the Galaxy 2’ adds Michael Rosenbaum

Comics
Marvel Solicitations (March 15)
DC Solicitations (March 15)

Television
Cartoon Network greenlights ‘OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes”
Disney orders second season of ‘Big Hero 6’ animated series
‘Quantum & Woody’ TV series to be produced by Russo Brothers
Netflix ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ renewed for second season

Anime/Manga
‘Godzilla’ anime film coming to Netflix this year
‘UQ Holder!’ TV Anime Reveals October Debut, Visual, Cast, Staff
Re:Creators Original Anime Premieres on April 8
Sentai Filmworks Licenses ‘Anonymous Noise’ Anime, ‘Typhoon Noruda’ Anime Film
Sword Art Online: Ordinal Scale English Dub Screenings Begin April 22 in U.S.
The Dragon Dentist 2-Part Anime Gets English Dub on NHK World
Grimoire of Zero TV Anime Reveals April 10 Premiere, Theme Song Artists
North American Anime, Manga Releases (March 12 – 18)

Gaming
Sega names new Sonic game ‘Sonic Forces’Debuts New Footage
Overwatch patch adds new path to Eichenwalde, tweaks Lucio
Orisa released in Overwatch update on March 21
BlizzCon 2017 Dates Announced

Avatar 2 | Star Trek Discovery | Tokyo Ghoul – Bulletoon Weekly

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At First Glance – Psycho-Pass

Note: There are spoilers for the first episode of the anime in question in this article.
You have been warned.

Welcome back folks. As a quick reminder for those who are new or have forgotten, the idea of these “At First Glance” things is that I watch the first episode of an anime I’ve never seen and give my thoughts on it.
Simple, right? With that out of the way, let’s get down to business.

Psycho-Pass

I must admit until I read the summary of this anime on AnimeLab I had no idea what to expect. I was vaguely familiar with Psycho-Pass’ existence, but I really didn’t know anything about the anime itself. Speaking of which, Psycho-Pass is an anime set in a dystopian future Japan where advanced technology can detect latent criminal tendencies in people, allowing them to either be arrested or killed before they ever commit any crimes.

And, wow, what a premise right? Japan sure loves them some dystopian future stuff. Fitting that this was made by the same studio that made Ghost In The Shell I guess. Though of course, being me, I can’t help but notice this anime has a more serious/dramatic version of a vaguely similar premise to the comedy anime Shimoneta. I mean, yeah, it is a bit of a stretch in a way, but come on. There are some VAGUE similarities in there as far as the basic premise goes. Just nothing beyond that.

Anyway. The entire first episode revolves around the first mission of Akane Tsunemori, a rookie member of Unit One of the Public Safety Bureau’s Criminal Investigation Division. Like that is honestly all the episode is. And it goes by quite fast for a 22-minute episode. Literally the entire episode (aside from one short bit at the start) is this first mission/case of Akane’s. I’m honestly unsure if I should just spoil the whole thing or just give my thoughts on how the characters come across. Guess I’ll just wing it.

Akane herself very much comes off as the typical rookie cop character, but going by what I’ve read that’ll change. And honestly, I don’t mind her being a typical rookie-type in this scenario. Especially since the idea is she’s thrown right in to the deep end on her first day. So, it makes sense she wouldn’t know what to do in a practical sense.

As far as the other main/supporting characters go, I don’t have any reason to hate any of them yet or anything, but I can’t judge too many of them yet in any regard. The episode mostly focuses around interactions between Akane and Tomomi Masaoka, an “Enforcer” for the unit. As far as explaining what an enforcer is for this show, think Suicide Squad without super villains and no “bomb in the neck” thing. Tomomi seems like a character I’ll like. The dynamic between himself and Akane is something I’m looking forward to seeing more of.

As far as the overall episode itself is concerned. Well. It isn’t all that far in that I realised what I’m in for with this anime. This one isn’t for the faint of heart. And I’m serious when I say that. Not only is there a rape scene (out-of-view but you’re still made plainly aware that it’s happening), and the rapist later dies in quite a bloody way. So yeah. If that kind of stuff doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, I’d say give this show a miss. Otherwise I’d say give it a shot.

So, will I continue to watch it? Yes, but I’m not sure how quickly I will continue to watch it. I mean, for a mostly self-contained first episode, not much ultimately happens. Those 22 minutes flew by very quickly. So I feel I’ll have to watch more to get a proper judge of the anime itself before properly deciding whether I’d want to watch the whole thing or not.

For those who are interested, Psycho-Pass anime consists of 22 episodes, with a second season called “Psycho-Pass 2” consisting of an additional 12 episodes. There is also a Psycho-Pass movie, which was released in 2015. The two seasons of the show and the movie are all available in both dubbed and subbed formats.

Well, that about covers it. If anyone has any suggestions for anime I should watch for this in the future, give me a shout and I’ll put it on my list. If it’s already on my list, I’ll bump it up in priority. However, if I’ve already watched it then I’m obviously going to have to decline.
I’ll see you next time folks.

Ducktales Reboot | Pirates of the Caribbean | Avengers Anime – Bulletoon Weekly

Rila and Riley return to talk about the upcoming reboot of a classic childhood cartoon, the next installment in Disney’s hit film franchise about an eccentric pirate, and an upcoming anime adaptation, featuring Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. All this and more on Bulletoon Weekly! Stay Tooned!

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At First Glance – Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-Kun

Note: There are spoilers for the first episode of the anime in question in this article.
You have been warned.

After a three-month long break (which ended up being pointless since I didn’t use it for the expressed purpose of catching up on the anime I’d talked about last year), I’m finally back to making these. I sincerely apologise for the extended break, but hopefully someone missed them in their absence. But if not, oh well. I do these for fun more than anything, so it’s all good.

As a quick reminder for those who are new or have forgotten, the idea of these “At First Glance” things is that I watch the first episode of an anime I’ve never seen and give my thoughts on it.
Simple, right? With that out of the way, let’s get down to business.

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-Kun

I will freely admit that before this anime was requested prior to my hiatus, I had honestly never heard about it before. Thankfully it’s available on Crunchyroll though, so I could add it to the list. I never really thought about it all that much afterwards. However, the internet Gods determined it was about damn time I got around to watching this, as after putting my current list through a randomiser a few times (to determine a watching order), this landed on the first spot. So here we are.

Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-Kun follows the daily life of Chiyo Sakura (gee, those two names sound familiar), a high school student with a massive crush on fellow classmate Nozaki Umetarō. A misunderstanding in the opening minutes of the show leads to Chiyo getting an autograph from Nozaki, and then a following misunderstanding leads to her helping him out with a weekly shōjo manga he turns out to be the creator of.

So basically, Chiyo has a massive crush on Nozaki and he’s completely oblivious to her feelings. Not the most original thing in anime ever, but always a fun thing to see play out when done right. Honestly the whole dynamic reminds me a lot of the relationship between Tenma Tsukamoto and
Oji Karasuma. Especially since Karasuma also turns out to be a well-known manga artist, though it’s another character that interacts with him in that narrative. Although there is a “girl helps guy with a manga” arc in School Rumble in any case…so…take that how you want.

To clarify I’m not trying to say this anime is “ripping off” School Rumble. Hell, this anime reminding me of School Rumble can only be a positive as far as I’m concerned. Especially since it didn’t remind me of it in a “I could be watching a better anime right now” way. But you get my point. There are some similarities in the two anime, but it doesn’t hinder my opinion of this one.

I must admit Chiyo’s thirst for Nozaki was easily the biggest source of laughs for me, but Nozaki’s general ignorance of her feelings also got plenty of laughs. I must admit when she attempts, once again, to convey her feelings properly, I found myself cheering her on…in my own way…Though I don’t think she’d take to kindly to hearing “Oh just tell him you bitch”. Understandably so, of course. Though I do genuinely hope they end up together. Going by the anime’s length though I highly doubt they will.

Now, will I keep watching Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-Kun? Definitely. The characters, the whole scenario and the fact the comedy is genuinely funny is enough to make me want to keep watching. I would definitely recommend this anime to anyone who likes rom-com stuff of this nature.

For those who are interested, Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-Kun consists of 12 episodes and an OVA series consisting of six episodes (all of which are three minutes in length). While I’m not sure about the OVAs, the series itself is available in both dubbed and subbed formats. For clarification, though, I watched it subbed due to having to watch it on Crunchyroll.

Well, that about covers it. If anyone has any suggestions for anime I should watch for this in the future, give me a shout and I’ll put it on my list. If it’s already on my list, I’ll bump it up in priority. However, if I’ve already watched it then I’m obviously going to have to decline.
I’ll see you next time folks.

Spider-Man | Seven Deadly Sins | Night in the Woods – Bulletoon Weekly

This week, the twins are at it again, and this time they’re talking about the return of the Spectacular Spider-Man, the home release of Seven Deadly Sins, and the launch of Night in the Woods! Are you ready to Toon In?

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Crunchyroll Expo | Steam Direct | Castlevania – Bulletoon Weekly

The twins return for a weekend full of geekdom, as they cover Netflix’s Castlevania announcement, Valve’s new replacement for Steam Greenlight, and Crunchyroll’s upcoming convention! All this and more on Bulletoon Weekly!

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Batman Director | My Hero Academia | Fire Emblem Heroes – Bulletoon Weekly

Rila and Riley return with a brand new episode on the new Batman film’s director search, the release of Fire Emblem Heroes, and the upcoming second season of My Hero Academia! This and more on Bulletoon Weekly!

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Teen Titans | RWBY | Fire Emblem – Bulletoon Weekly

On this episode of Bulletoon, Rila and Riley talk about the new Teen Titans animated movie on the way from DC, RWBY’s upcoming vol. 4 wrap, Nintendo’s upcoming Fire Emblem games, and more! Are you ready to Toon In?

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Marvel’s Defenders | Nintendo Switch | Anime Strike – Bulletoon Weekly

Rila and Riley finally get to talk about the Nintendo Switch again! Oh. And some other stuff. Little Witch Academia. The Unstoppable Wasp. Some DC, and Marvel too. You know. The usual suspects.

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Movies
‘Tomb Raider’ movie casts Daniel Wu as Lara Croft’s partner
‘Green Lantern Corps’ movie moves forward
‘Aquaman’ begins filming in Spring
Marvel eyes Peter Dinklage for secret ‘Infinity War’ role

Comics
Batman/Flash Crossover set to explore DC’s Watchmen/Rebirth Mystery
Marvel announces new ‘Defenders’ title
Marvel Solicitations (January 11)
DC Solicitations (January 11)

Television
Apple planning to move into original TV & Movies
Disney launches trailer for new ‘Tangled’ TV Movie, and series

Anime/Manga
Amazon launches ‘Anime Strike’ paid streaming service
Ghibli’s ‘Ronja, The Robber’s Daughter’ series headed to Amazon Prime
‘Servamp’ manga goes on hiatus
North American Anime, Manga Releases (January 8 – 14)

Gaming
Nintendo holds Switch event, details console specs, titles, and release date

CW Crossover | Symmetra Patch | Cardcaptor Sakura – Bulletoon Weekly

The Bulletoon Twins return, this week, for an episode on the Arrowverse crossover, Blizzard’s announced updates on the new maps and Symmetra patch, and an upcoming Cardcaptor Sakura anime that has Rila bouncing. Much bouncing. Lots of bouncing. Ready to Toon In?

Movies
‘Ultraman Orb’ to get movie in March
Peter Jackson’s ‘Mortal Engines’ lands December 2018 release
‘Tomb Raider’ reboot plot details revealed
Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ casts Angela Bassett as T’challa’s mother

Comics
Matt Rosenberg & Javier Garron to helm Inhuman centric ‘Secret Warriors’ title
Marvel teases ‘Gwenpool/Champions’ crossover
Marc Andreyko pens benefit anthology to honor victims of the Pulse shooting
Marvel’s Inhuman royal family lands an ongoing title
DC Solicitations (November 23)
Marvel Solicitations (November 23)

Television
Justice League Action releases new trailer
CW releases trailer for Four-Show DC Crossover

Manga/Anime
‘Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card’ Manga Gets TV Anime Series in January 2018
‘Tsugumomo’ TV Anime premieres in April
‘Nanbaka’ to get second season through digital services, Will stream on Crunchyroll
‘DanMachi’ spin-off novel about Ryu to get Manga adaptation
North American Anime, Manga Releases (November 20-26)

Gaming
Atelier Firis PS4/Vita games to receive western release in Spring of 2017
Titanfall 2 free DLC drops
Blizzard details (much needed) Symmetra revamp
Hello Games launches massive ‘No Man’s Sky’ update

Danganronpa | Kong | Pokemon Sun & Moon – Bulletoon Weekly

Rila and Riley return with more on Pokemon Sun & Moon, the new Skull Island trailer, and the upcoming Danganronpa spin-off game! Also Guardians of the Galaxy, Hayao Miyazaki, and more! Stay Tooned!

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Sombra | Pokemon Sun and Moon | Invader Zim Movie – Bulletoon Weekly

Rila and Riley make their Season 2 debut with another glowing episode, featuring Overwatch’s new character, Sombra, the leak of an Invader Zim Movie, and the release of Pokemon Sun and Moon! Stay Tooned!

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At First Glance – Berserk (1997)

Note: There are spoilers for the first episode of the anime in question in this article.
You have been warned.

Welcome back folks. As a quick reminder for those who are new or have forgotten, the idea of these “At First Glance” things is that I watch the first episode of an anime I’ve never seen and give my thoughts on it. Simple, right?
With that out of the way, let’s get down to business.

Berserk
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Fun fact. This anime was released the year I turned seven. It turns 20 next year. That should give you a hint at my age if you weren’t already aware. In any case, I was well aware of the existence of this anime, but for whatever reason I’d just never given it a shot.

I literally was just scrolling through the anime on AnimeLab, came across it and thought “You know what? Why not. Let’s do this”. One last confession before I get going. I started to watch this dubbed. Then just….I wasn’t feeling it, so I switched to the Japanese version. Something tells me I made a good call.

I can’t really discern from the first episode what the entirety of the anime is about, so once again I’ll only really be able to talk about stuff that happens in this specific episode. Great. I know how to pick them don’t I? In any case, the episode revolves around a mysterious figure called “The Black Swordsman” (Guts is his real name and what I’ll call him from now on) calling out the ruler of a….kingdom? Village? Honestly it’s not explained very well. Also the guy he’s after looks like this.


Yes, Snake Baron? Serpentor called. He wants his outfit back”.

And as if that wasn’t enough, the fucker decides to transform into this “cobra but with arms and legs” form. Which to be honest just looks kinda silly to me rather than scary or creepy.


You know…there’s a sex joke here, but this guy is such a masochist that I’m not even gonna go there. You’re welcome.

In an actual surprise Guts gets his arse handed to him for a while, only to pull a John Cena and fuck the Snake Baron guy up out of nowhere with his sword. Adding insult to injury by continuing to use his little wrist crossbow thing to hurt him more until he finally dies. It’s actually kinda brutal in a way. When they’re not showing Snake Baron guy’s face anyway.


Just…come on how am I supposed to take a guy with that face seriously? How?

Guts then picks up this random-yet-important thing Snake Baron guy had around his neck and thinks back to something that happened ages ago. Which apparently leads into the rest of the series being one big flashback, but I have no idea if that’s actually the case or not. Again, I really know nothing about this anime.Oh there’s also a scene about how Guts has this sort of curse or something which isn’t entirely explained. I mean it vaguely is but not really.

I must say this episode is a very……odd first episode. I’m more confused and just left with questions that most anime would’ve either explained or built to. But since this is going into flashback mode, I’m assuming it’ll be quite a while before I get any answers. Which I guess is fine. So long as this episode does actually make sense in retrospect at some point. It was fun to watch and everything but yeah. It’s just very “What’s that? Who’s that? Who are you? What is this?”.

Oh also the opening theme is terrible. Really terrible. Just throwing that out there. Anyway, will I continue to watch Berserk? Well, despite this first episode confusing the hell out of me, yes. I do want to keep watching. If out of morbid curiosity than anything else.

For those interested, Berserk consists of 25 episodes which are available in both dubbed and subbed formats. There’s also a trilogy of Berserk movies called “Berserk: The Golden Age Arc” and a new adaptation of the Berserk manga is currently running, having aired a first season already, which consists of 12 episodes. The new adaptation also ties into the movies, just to clarify.

Well, that about covers it. If anyone has any suggestions for anime I should watch for this in the future, give me a shout and I’ll put it on my list. If it’s already on my list, I’ll bump it up in priority. However if I’ve already watched it then I’m obviously going to have to decline.
I’ll see you next time folks.

At First Glance – Elfen Lied

Note: There are spoilers for the first episode of the anime in question in this article.
You have been warned.

Welcome back folks. As a quick reminder for those who are new or have forgotten, the idea of these “At First Glance” things is that I watch the first episode of an anime I’ve never seen and give my thoughts on it. Simple, right?
With that out of the way, let’s get down to business.

Elfen Lied
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You know? I never intended to watch this anime. Ever. I had some idea of what to expect, and it didn’t really interest me much because of that. However, this was suggested and therefore was added to my list. I had actually intended to do Tokyo Ghoul as the other “Halloween special” article, but as AnimeLab finally made it available for streaming, I decided to watch it instead. So yes. This is an anime I at least had an idea of what to expect. Been a while since I’ve covered one like that, hasn’t it?

I must admit, the spoilers in this are gonna be pretty heavy. So you better hope you listened to the spoiler warning earlier. I can’t really avoid spoilers or there won’t be much to talk about. We good? Okay then.

The first…..I don’t know….10-15 minutes or so are basically Lucy’s escape. It’s fairly explicitly gory. Like I’m not even kidding here. There’s more blood in Elfen Lied’s first few minutes than most shows have in their entire run. Calling it a bloodbath would be pretty appropriate. It’s pretty intense, with only like, one brief break from the death count to show a conversation between some female characters, because one of them dies later. So I guess at least it…paid off somehow?

Now, I’m not gonna show many if any actual screenshots from the rampage, or the episode in general, mainly for one reason. For the vast majory of the episode, Lucy is naked. Like full on naked. In particular she’s also naked for the entirety of this opening rampage.

This screenshot is safe enough so I’ll show it at least. Partly to help explain what I mean when I say the rampage is a bloodbath. See the men in that image? At least eight of them survive out of about 16-18 that are there. And that’s mainly because Lucy just can’t be bothered to kill the rest. She is mainly just trying to leave after all. She does have psychic powers after all. If she wanted to kill them it wouldn’t take much effort.

As if it weren’t obvious, she escapes. Though she also gets shot in the head with an anti-tank rifle. All it really does though it make the helmet thing they had on her come off and knock her out (though she does end up bleeding). Later she washes up on a beach and is discovered by Kouta and Yuka, two cousins who just happened to be on the beach. Unlike most “discovering people on the beach” this is more them noticing her and reacting, rather than her still being unconscious and them waking her up.

One other thing that happened due to Lucy being shot in the head though, is that Lucy reverted to a very child-like persona incapable of normal speech, only being capable (at least for now) to say “Nyu”, which Kouta and Yuka decide to refer to her as. Later there’s a misunderstanding and Kouta yells at “Nyu”, making her run off back to the beach. Meanwhile the organisation who’d been containing Lucy (or had created her or something, I have no idea) deploy a Special Assault Team to kill Lucy, rather than capture her, considering the threat she poses.

One member of this team is Bando. Bando is a complete fucking arsehole. He’s also pretty homicidal. Totally enjoying the fact he’s finally being given orders to actually kill someone. When I say he’s an arsehole though, they make this point pretty clear. A woman comes up to offer him some coffee or tea, and he smacks her down very hard, telling her off for “standing behind him” or something to that effect.

That’s about it as far as what happens goes (the episode ends with Lucy/Nyu on the beach again). Now, what are my thoughts on it? Holy shit where to begin, right? The gore is pretty intense, so if you’re squeamish this is not the anime for you. At all. If you hate nudity in anime? Then pretty much this entire first episode is gonna bother you. Considering I thought Lucy was supposed to be underage, the nudity bothered me a lot. Though really it was kind of distracting anyway, so even though she is supposed to be 18 it still kinda bugged me. Especially when she becomes “Nyu” and is supposed to basically have the mind of a toddler.

I mean I’m not even kidding about this. The opening credits, the episode itself and ending credits all have more bare breasts than most sexual fan service anime have. That’s quite an accomplishment. Though I will give the anime this much. At least the nudity in the episode itself is at least just kind of there, rather than necessarily supposed to be a sexual thing. At least in episode one. Either way it still kinda bugged me, but yeah, that’s just my stance.

Wow. I had a lot to say on this first episode with really trying, didn’t I? Well, I’ll just leave it there then. So, will I continue to watch Elfen Lied? Well, honestly probably, yes. But I must admit, it will probably be low on my priority list. I mean it’s not bad at all, but I’m not as morbidly curious to continue as I thought I’d be. I’ll try to watch more, but I’ll take my time. For those interested, Elfen Lied consists of 13 episodes and a tie-in OVA, all of which are available in both subbed and dubbed formats. However when I watched it on AnimeLab I had to watch it subbed because I guess they hadn’t put the dubbed version up yet? Not sure why.

Well, that about covers it. If anyone has any suggestions for anime I should watch for this in the future, give me a shout and I’ll put it on my list. If it’s already on my list, I’ll bump it up in priority. However if I’ve already watched it then I’m obviously going to have to decline.
I’ll see you next time folks.