“Neverland” is doing a good job articulating what its antagonist is capable of and how well our protagonists know of those capabilities.
“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.
Did we really need yet another new character introduced in “Banana Fish”?
This is one of those premieres where it can be beneficial not knowing anything about it.
Smoothest rescue mission ever.
It’s crazy for me to think that I once thought Banana Fish’s villains were weak.
Honestly, I wouldn’t mind if “Banana Fish” was just apartment antics between Ash and Eiji.
Surprisingly, there’s a new villain introduced this late into the story.