"Let's keep lively out there!" How many times have you heard your high school phys ed coach yell those very words to you whenever you're panting on the field or on the court? If Eiji has heard those words, he sure doesn't seem to pay much attention, as we find out in this week's fresh episodes of The Prince of Tennis. We've heard the term "catch your opponent napping," but does "catch your opponent by napping" ever work? Find out over in The Prince of Tennis section!
Episode 31: The Moon Volley
Next up is Seigaku’s “golden pair,” Kikumaru and Oishi, and the two find themselves facing some tough challengers. Ryoma notices that their opponent Akazawa’s hits make the ball a blur—could this be the secret to their surprising success?
Episode 32: Mortal Blow: Eiji's Feigned Sleep Attack
Oishi and Kikumaru try the Australian Formation to gain the upper hand over the St. Rudolph pair. But when Kikumaru’s energy starts to fade, their game is in jeopardy!
Things get explosive -- literally! -- in the latest episode of Naruto Shippuden, as the Forbidden Jutsu is released at last! We get treated to some nifty pyrotechnics this week, although Naruto probably wouldn't appreciate it that much, considering he gets caught in the middle! At least we get to enjoy the fireworks from the comfortable safety of our computer screens... Check out episode 150 and the latest Naruto Shippuden episodes in the Naruto Shippuden section.
Episode 150: Separation
Believing Shiranami’s story, Hotaru writes a parting letter addressed to Utakata and leaves Mount Katsuragi. Meanwhile Naruto, still searching for Shiranami, falls into the Magaki Troops’ trap but manages to escape thanks to help from Utakata.
This week's fresh Hikaru no Go episodes are dedicated to offbeat gamers everywhere, as Hikaru faces a doozy of a player this time! You ever play a game against someone who doesn't seem to know much about the game, and yet they beat you, the more experienced player, every time? Kind of like when I play fantasy football and my opponent picks a certain player based on this line of thinking: "Oh, I like dolphins a lot, so I guess I'll pick this guy from the Miami Dolphins." Next thing you know, your butt is getting kicked by your opponent and all your knowledge of the sport counts for a hill of beans. So we feel for you, Hikaru! Keep it real and don't let Tsubaki get you down! Check out the latest episodes in the Hikaru no Go section.
Episode 31: The Awful Opponent
The Prelims for the Pro Exams are about to start! Hikaru starts off on an unlucky streak when he draws Tsubaki, a loud and overbearing biker who uses his time to think about his moves…on the back of his motorcycle…
Episode 32: The Last Day of the Prelims
After losing two games in a row, Hikaru’s self-confidence is shaken…
I love cute-looking demons, regardless of how violent or dangerous they are. Inuyasha volume 46, which was released Tuesday, has a herd of fearsome yet adorable demons who look like a cross between a porcupine, a peacock, and a dog. They're called Yama'arashi. They can throw their quills, which real porcupines can't. (That's just a rural legend.)
The rest of Inuyasha volume 46 is pretty intense and serious, though, and it raises a major ethical dilemma. Lady Kikyo, Kagome's reincarnated ancestor and rival for Inuyasha's affections, is near death. And Kagome is the only one who can save her.
Kagome is sorely tested. Does Kikyo hate Kagome, and is she sabotaging Kagome's relationship with Inuyasha? If Kagome saves Kikyo, will Inuyasha choose Kikyo and reject Kagome?
Complicating Kagome's moral dilemma, if she chooses not to save Kikyo, no one will ever know...
What do you think Kagome will do...?
And what would you do if you were really, really in love with someone and your rival hated you and you hated your rival...?
— Annette Roman, Inuyasha editor
Hard to believe that it's finishing so soon, but here we are: the last two episodes from Buso Renkin! All our questions from last week's cliffhanger will be answered! Will Kazuki ever return, and regain his humanity? Will he and Tokiko find happiness together at last? And will Papillon ever put on clothing that's a bit more, er, subdued? It's been a crazy, action-packed, funny ride with Buso Renkin, and today it ends with a bang! Tune in at the Buso Renkin page!
Episode 25: No One Could Ever Take His Place
Following Kazuki and Victor’s disappearance into the heavens, peace returns, and time passes. Everyone who knew Kazuki feels his loss. Unable to accept reality, Tokiko spends her days in idleness.
Episode 26: Period
Papillon shows Tokiko the new white kakugane he has forged for the sole purpose of reverting Kazuki back to a human being. Then, from the moon above a golden burst of light shines through the night sky. It is the shining of Kazuki’s Sunlight Heart!
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