My Thoughts on RWBY Volume 4, Chapter 6!

Huh.  I actually thought we'd have a hiatus.  Dang, could've sworn I saw that somewhere, not that I'm complaining!. Anyways, dang, this episode was pretty good.  Finally got some progression to Weiss's and RNJR's plot lines, after three episodes of Blake and Yang focus, got some good world building, and the first true cliffhanger of... Continue Reading →

RWBY Volume 4, Chapter 5: My Thoughts!

Chapter 5 of Volume 4 is out, and man, it was certainly an interesting chapter to say the least.  Lots of small, yet very interesting details were spread throughout the episode, that I think were worth talking about.  It wasn't exactly a bombshell of an episode, but what it lacked in concrete actions and revelations,... Continue Reading →

RWBY Volume 4 Episode 2: My Thoughts!

Yeah, another reaction, rather than a larger countdown, or research-based post.  Sorry!  I'll be posting a countdown, starting tomorrow, about my Top 22 Overwatch Heroes, so be ready for that! Self-promotion aside.  RWBY Volume 4, Episode 2.  Damn.  I'm sure for all those who have watched it, there's a select few minutes that almost certainly... Continue Reading →

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