They defeated the Demon Lord or so they thought… not that they care!
What’s it about?
Yusha and her friends confronted the Demon Lord. Things were looking dire until they used some forbidden magic, however, it didn’t go quite as they’d hoped. Unbeknownst to them, instead of sealing the Demon Lord in a dark dimension they sent it back in time to before they had completed Adventurer School. Now, trapped in the body of a girl, the Demon Lord plans on doing everything it can to stop Yusha from graduating.
It seemed like the perfect opportunity, a tutoring job paying five times the normal rate, but Futaro’s life was about to get five times harder!
What’s it about?
Futaro is a hardworking student, dedicated to his studies, and completely broke. Most of his time is scheduled around his exams, but when an opportunity appears to tutor a student at five times the going rate he can’t say no.
Then, to his horror, he discovers that the student is the girl he had an unfortunate run-in with at lunch. Desperate to make amends and keep the job, he tries to apologize to her, but her friends keep getting in the way. Only, they’re not her friends, they’re her sisters and he’s going to be tutoring all five of them!
Hinomaru trains with a former Yokozuna whose methods really aren’t for everyone, but with Nationals coming up, he better make it count!
What’s happened since last time?
Hinomaru and Chizuko have been invited to join a former Yokozuna for training. Chizuko isn’t quite sure why she’s there or what she’s got herself into but is willing to help Hinomaru. That seems to be his gift. His passion inspires those around him to help.
Upon completing their training, they rejoin the others and head home to prepare for Nationals. Everyone has taken something from the training camp with Oyakate’s stable. Kunisaki even approaches a rival wrestler for help and is ready to shock the sumo world.
Nationals get underway and Hinomaru quickly shows how much he’s grown before coming up against the number one ranked high school wrestler in Japan. He’s in for the fight of his life and all the supporters can do is hold onto their seats and try to remember to breathe.
It looks like Sister Krone has got her dream job and is heading out, but what does this mean for the escape plans?
What did you watch? This was episode eight of The Promised Neverland and… wow! I’m going to try to keep this opening spoiler free, so all I’m going to say is if you haven’t seen this one yet, do not forget to blink or breath. The tension has been building for several weeks now and there’s only so much it can hold before exploding.
For me, this was the best episode yet. Even better than episode one and unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know what happened there. Anyhow, I can’t wait any longer. The spoilers will start now…
What happened? Mom had given Sister Krone a letter and stood blankly before her as she opened it and digested the contents. Damn, that woman has a poker face and a half. Anyhow, it turns out that Krone has been awarded a Mom position at a different plant and she must leave immediately.
A mysterious spirit possesses the body of a high school student to fight evil.
What’s it about? A number of girls from Takeda’s high school have mysteriously gone missing. The authorities believe that they have all run away as there is no evidence of anything else, but when Takeda meets a strange caped figure with his girlfriend’s face, he starts to suspect something else is going on.
The caped figure claims to be a spirit known as Boogiepop that has inherited Touka’s body so that she can defeat a terrible evil that has appeared at the school. When the disappearances suddenly stop, Boogiepop tells Takeda that it is over and that he will not see her again.