|Title (English):||Banana Fish|
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I never read the Banana Fish manga but the sheer prestige surrounding it made its anime adaptation one of the most promising arrivals of Summer 2018.
Things might be a bit too eventful in Banana Fish but I’m still liking it.
That’s one way to get the ship sailing.
I’m finding death to be a very weightless quality in Banana Fish.
I think I just like seeing everyone come together as some sort of team.
Woohoo, road trip episode!
For some reason, I felt pretty disconnected with the latest developments in Banana Fish.
That is one contrived case of hubris.
For once, a moment in Banana Fish that genuinely feels gripping and anguishing.
We all needed something like this.
Pumpkins…why did it have to be pumpkins?
The tone here can feel strange and yet, it’s also true to how these characters would act.
Expecting Arthur to play fair is the best joke this show has told so far.
Horny nurses and an assassin. What a day at the hospital.
The first mixed bag in a while.
The only thing missing in this episode is a laugh track.
Surprisingly, there’s a new villain introduced this late into the story.
Honestly, I wouldn’t mind if Banana Fish was just apartment antics between Ash and Eiji.
It’s crazy for me to think that I once thought Banana Fish’s villains were weak.
Smoothest rescue mission ever.
Did we really need yet another new character introduced in Banana Fish?
There was one upside to falling behind on Banana Fish: temporarily sparing myself the cruelty this show was about to dish out.
If this episode really is the last time Ash and Eiji are together, I’d say this show made it count.
It’s been a bumpy ride but it’s one I won’t be forgetting anytime soon.