Naraku is one devious dude, but the bright light of this episode is the evidence that he's not infallible. It seems that the more everyone works together, the better chance they have at defeating Naraku. But Naraku is no dummy. He realizes that psychology can be a powerful weapon all its own. Will he be able to get between Sango and Kohaku? Will he be able to exploit the rivalry between Inuyasha and Sesshomaru? He'll sure try. Watch episode 14 "In Pursuit of Naraku" to see his attempts at emotional warfare.
Inuyasha and Sesshomaru fight together against Shishinki, the Ogre of Death. The battle reveals some surprising backstory and a cool power-up, but not before Sesshomaru has to seriously suck it up when he hears some harsh news about his father and his sword. Even if you're not the biggest fan of Sesshomaru, you'll likely muster up some sympathy for the guy. I don't want to give away the story, so watch episode 13 of Inuyasha The Final Act now and let us know what you think.
His name's Bravo, and it's his job to whip Kazuki into fighting shape! Today we load up the latest episodes of Buso Renkin, and as if poor Kazuki didn't have enough to worry about, now he's gotta survive training under an Alchemist Warrior captain! Enjoy, and check out the Buso Renkin series page for these and all previous episodes!
Episode 7: Whether or Not You're a Hypocrite
Captain Bravo of the Alchemist Army recruits Kazuki to be Alchemist Warrior. Anticipating underground enemy activities within Ginsei City, Tokiko transfers to Kazuki’s class, and Bravo becomes the manager of the school dormitory.
Episode 8: A Night in the Dorm
Bravo begins training Kazuki to harden him into an Alchemist Warrior. Meanwhile, Tokiko is ordered to safeguard the kakugane originally taken from Bravo’s subordinate Alchemist Warrior.
Ryoma may be an ace tennis player, but is there a nice guy behind his icy, competitive demeanor? This week's new Prince of Tennis episodes give us a glimpse behind the game face -- check them out at the Prince of Tennis series page!
Episode 11: Ryoma vs. Momoshiro
Ryoma and Momo are developing a competitive friendship. They both have their eyes on the #3 doubles spot so they decide to play each other for it. At the outdoor tennis courts they come upon a round-robin doubles game. Up for the challenge, they team up, though Ryoma’s never played doubles in his life!
Episode 12: The Perfect Match
Although they lost to Fukawa and Izumi, Ryoma and Momo decide to challenge themselves and play doubles at the district matches. Coincidentally, their opponents there are Gyokurin’s Fukawa and Izumi, again.
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