DaCrowz is taking a bit of a break to travel, but he'll be back with more content come September!
Keito Amano receives an invitation from the most beautiful girl in school to join her Game Club. Is this the paradise of which Amano has always dreamed, or is it the club a complete waste of time?
Backed into a corner, Yusaku bets everything on a new hope. But is it enough to take on Revolver's new ace?
People are developing superpowers in America, so DaCrowz rushes to check out the scene. Does he find a world of excitement or merely one of disappointment?
A Lizardman prepares to fulfill his duty, and an elf finds something mysterious in the forest.
Instead of anime, DaCrowz opts to watch the new war film, Dunkirk, a creative spin on a major incident during World War II. Does Christopher Nolan succeed in relaying the event to modern audiences, or does the movie fall flat?
A man introduces his grandson to a trade secret, and a sickly princess revisits a fond childhood memory.
Revolver launches a game-ending attack by Topologic Bomber Dragon. In such a dire situation, how will Yusaku respond?
Hondoom joins DaCrowz and Medraut to discuss the first episode of Game of Thrones' seventh season, "Dragonstone."
Magical mecha and gunblades meet reincarnation and a small boy that looks way prettier than he deserves to be, Is Knights & Magic the anime for you this season?
Karasuno is up against the party team, Johzenji! How will they deal with a team that structures itself around completely unorthodox tactics?
A treasure hunter finds riches beyond her wildest dreams, and a man makes an unexpected discovery in his haste to warn his countrymen of an impending threat.
DaCrowz digs in to Restaurant to Another World, where hungry patrons from across dimensions can fill their bellies at a humble Western restaurant. Will its taste cause you to want seconds, or is it better left unfinished?
With Ignis and Aoi on the line, Playmaker begins his long-awaited duel against Revolver.
Gru and the Minions return for a third round of action-packed heroism and villainy. When Gru finds out he has a long lost twin brother named Dru, he learns about an entire secret history of his family of which he was previously unaware. Does this third installment in the franchise tug at the heartstrings like its predecessors, or is it too full of zany antics to stand out against equally wild animated movies in today's film industry? DaCrowz has the answer.