Details: Season two aired in 2017. Twelve episodes this season.
The first season of Attack on Titans was one of the most popular, successful anime’s in recent memory. Season two succeeds in continuing the hype, the horror, and the violent gratification that started in season one. No spoilers as usual.
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Details: Initially released in 2013, but constantly updated and patched. I have almost 1600 hours clocked into this game. You can play for free through Steam platform on the PC. Current patch is 7.06c. Internet connection is required.
A while back I wrote a lengthy post on Dota 2, but I never gave it a review. A few years have passed and I think it’s about time I gave it a score. Given the constant patches coming out, I’ll try to go a little into the current state of the game. I also plan to write reviews for the other MOBA’s where I’ll go into what differentiate each game from the others, but since this is the first MOBA review, I won’t really do too much of that here.
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Details: Started airing in 2015 on FOX. Two seasons with thirteen episodes in season one and eighteen episodes in season two. Each episode is about an hour-long, including commercials.
Lucifer is a show loosely based on the character of Lucifer first established in the renowned Sandman comic books. While very loosely based on those books, Lucifer the television show is actually kind of a mashup between Castle and Supernatural. It’s a police procedural with supernatural drama going on.
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Details: Released in 2016. Two seasons with ten episodes each. Each episode is about twenty-three minutes long.
I feel like ever since Sword Art Online came out, the genre of an anime that takes place in a Massive Multiplayer Online Game setting has exploded. There are so many of these types of anime out there nowadays. Konosuba is another one of these, though it’s almost never serious and mostly hilarious.
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Details: Located at 33-41 Francis Lewis Blvd, Flushing, NY 11358. I couldn’t find an official site so here’s their Yelp page: https://www.yelp.com/biz/ginpachi-flushing
I was looking for some good omakase in Queens, preferably under $100, with mostly no luck. A friend then recommended Ginapachi and I decided to give it a go. Considering the price, it was okay.
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Details: Airs on the CW. Twenty-three episodes this season at an hour a piece, including commercials.
At this point in my life, if there’s a superhero in the show, I will watch it. I can’t help it. I just like superhero stuff and I’m too curious to do otherwise. So after the last season of Arrow, I wasn’t expecting much this season. I didn’t enjoy the last season. Fortunately, while this season does make a few of the same narrative mistakes as last season, I generally enjoyed it.
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Details: Airs on the CW. Twenty-three episodes this season where each episode is about an hour long, including commercials. Stars Grant Gustin, Candice Patton, Danielle Panabaker.
I love science fiction. Especially trippy, Doctor Who-esque science fiction and this is what makes The Flash so good. As the series has progressed, each season has gone further and further down the sci-fi rabbit hole. Accordingly, this season is the best season yet.
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Details: Aired on Cartoon Network. Ten episodes this season at about thirty minutes per episode, including commercials.
After at least ten years, Samurai Jack has finally ended. With shows that have been around this long, there are a lot of memories associated with this series as well as nostalgia. Ultimately, I think they did the ending right, though it did feel a little rushed.
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Details: Aired on the CW. Twenty-three episodes this season with each episode at around an hour-long, commercials included.
While not the longest running show ever, Supernatural has been on T.V. a long time. We’ve now entered the twelfth season and I think the formula of this show is well established. I like the sameness and knowing the plot beats I can expect to see, except in slightly different forms. I like this show the way it is and I do not want it to change.
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Details: Aired in 2016 on ABC. The season is twenty-two episodes long and each episode is about forty minutes without commercials.
I’ve said this before about this series and I’ll say it again, this season was the best season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. yet. No spoilers as always.
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