“It was big, it was all wiggly, AND IT ATE EVERYTHING!”
Hey, the heart wants what it wants.
Awaken the demon inside…
As Hyakkimaru regains what makes him human physically, he also becomes more in touch with what makes him human emotionally.
It feels refreshingly exhilarating seeing Hyakkimaru fight a human for a change.
Let this episode be a testament to how taking liberties with the source material can pay off big time.
What will really keep “Dororo” afloat as a series is the quality of the chemistry between its two leads.
“Banana Fish” is hardly the best anime but it is one that I won’t be forgetting anytime soon.
If this episode really is the last time Ash and Eiji are together, I’d say this show made it count.
There was one upside to falling behind on “Banana Fish”: temporarily sparing myself the cruelty this show was about to dish out.