There are only four episodes left of this season of Teen Wolf, and we’ve yet to find out the identity of the Benefactor. While “Time of Death” brings us closer to the mysterious villain, there are still a lot of loose ends and new plots to wrap up in a short amount of time.
With only two more episodes of Book 3 left, The Legend of Korra is speeding to a thrilling conclusion.
Zankyou no Terror has been adhering to a kind of formula since it’s first episode. It generally begins with the planting of a bomb and ends with the police either succeeding or failing to stop that bomb in time.
Free! Eternal Summer is on the cusp of a dramatic turn. Things have been relatively carefree up to this point, at least concerning the graduation story line. But with so few tournaments left for the third years, stakes are heightened and friendships will be tested.
It’s test day in Beacon Hills. Meaning that every major teen (except the little’un, Liam) is conveniently gathered in one spot for the raging werewolf disease epidemic that’s unleashed inside the school.
These past two weeks have been weird for The Legend of Korra. Midway through San Diego Comic Con, it was announced that Korra would no longer air on Nickelodeon. Instead the episodes would release weekly on Nick.com, transitioning from cable to online only.
Episode 3 of Sailor Moon Crystal continues the manga pacing with its introduction of Sailor Mars. Once again, the story is well done, with Rei being portrayed as per Naoko Takeuchi’s characterization. However, the animation is as bad as “Ami – Sailor Mercury”. It’s more than likely that this is just how it’s going to be from now on.
Hey, kid. There’s spoilers beyond this point. If you’ve got a bad feeling about that, move along.