My Hero Academia returns from the students' fight against villains at USJ to throw its characters into a grand sports festival. Will Midoriya be able to stand out with his current level of control, or will he be eclipsed by those with more experience with their quirks? DaCrowz settles in to see how this lower-stakes batch of episodes holds up to the first season.
Playmaker begins his duel with Blue Angel. While Blue Angel whittles away at his life points, Playmaker becomes increasingly aware of Hanoi's creeping influence in the duel.
Embark on a nonstop viscerally brutal thrill ride with season 2 of the acclaimed series. With the Female Titan captured, Eren and the other Scouts turn their attention toward a new threat breaching the walls.
Blue Angel aims to prove herself to Akira Zaizen by challenging Playmaker to a duel, but she runs into a problem when the Knights of Hanoi learn about her plan first.
Playmaker is backed into a corner by Go. Will he rise back up or is he down for the count?
Yusaku confronts the Knight of Hanoi inside Link VRAINS, but things aren't exactly at they seem. Go seeks a battle against Playmaker to regain his popularity.
As Yusaku works to uncover Ignis' secrets, Revolver, Zaizen, and Go all plan their moves against him.
Yusaku begins a Speed Duel against the Knight of Hanoi. But what awaits him within this new form of dueling?
DaCrowz takes a break from riding atop circus hippos to surf through the digital realm of VRAINS. How does its first episode stack up to previous entries in the franchise, and what sort of future can be expected for the show?