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Laid-Back Camp Season 2

Laid-Back Camp Season 2

Laid-Back Camp Season 2 anime series cover art
Laid-Back Camp Season 2

Season Overview

Laid-Back Camp Season 2 (Yuru Camp Season 2 / ゆるキャン△ SEASON2) is, to a large extent, the same kind of content as was found in the first season of the series. And I’ll also say that while it’s not all that similar to Room Camp, it is reminiscent of it in some ways.

If you enjoyed the original season of Laid-Back Camp, you’re going to enjoy this season as well. Unless your taste in anime has significantly changed to the point that you’re no longer interested in CGDCT slice of life series, you’re probably going to feel like it’s on par with season 1.

Now, I wasn’t really a fan of Room Camp. And if you feel the same, you may be a bit worried by my comparison to it. But don’t worry, because the only thing that’s reminiscent of Room Camp is that this season has a slightly larger focus on travel.

The original season of the series was primarily about camping. Yes, there was travel involved and the campsites featured in the series are all real places that you can go camping at — though you probably won’t always have a perfectly clear view of Mt. Fuji.

Room Camp was very different in that it didn’t involve camping at all and was more about the experience of traveling to new and different places. This season, while it still has camping content, features a lot more travel-centered content.

At least, that’s how I felt when watching it. I don’t remember if this season had any of those cute camping tip animations, but I don’t think it did. Camping happens, but it doesn’t really feel like it’s teaching you about camping anymore. I guess that means we’re ready to go out and do it ourselves now.

What’s New?

When trying to think of what was unique about this season, I could only think of two things. The first of those two things isn’t a what, it’s a who. A new character, Ayano Toki, was introduced. Unfortunately, that’s not as exciting as it might sound.

Ayano is Nadeshiko’s old friend from before she moved to wherever exactly it is she lives now. But, she’s not introduced as a new character who’s going to be a part of the main group. If I remember correctly, she’s just visiting for a short time.

That’s all fine. I think it could have been a bit odd to force a new main character into the group now that the dynamic has already been established. The issue is that I think Ayano only appears in one or two episodes, and she has very little screen time.

Ayano Toki eating a rice cracker from the anime series Laid-Back Camp Season 2
Ayano Toki eating a rice cracker

Ayano not sticking around is fine. But it would have been nice if she had a bit more of a role. As she is currently, she’s basically as much of a character as Rin’s grandpa. He appears a few times briefly, but he’s not even a secondary character like Nadeshiko’s sister, Sakura.

The other thing that’s new is that the girls go on a big trip. In the first season, they did all (or maybe just most of them) go on a camping trip together. But the big trip in this season didn’t really focus on camping at all, which is kind of odd for a series about camping.

Instead, as I mentioned earlier, it was all about going to new places and sightseeing. They climb a mountain (hill), go to the ocean, see capybaras, etc. They basically did everything on this trip except camp. Well, technically they did camp too.

Do I Need a Season 3?

I know there are a lot of people who probably want a third season of Laid-Back Camp. And while I’d welcome a third season, I don’t actually need one. At this point, I don’t think another season will give me anything unique enough that it will be worth it.

Unless the girls start camping in more extreme and unique places, which I don’t think they will, it’s just going to be more of the same thing. But, I do realize that some people may look at that and point out that there are other series with more seasons of “the same thing” that are still good.

One example I can think of is Non Non Biyori. That’s a slice of life series with three seasons, and the third season is the best. But the difference I see between that and something like Laid-Back Camp is that Non Non Biyori isn’t really about anything.

The laid-back campers from the anime series Laid-Back Camp Season 2
The laid-back campers

In Non Non Biyori, the girls can continue to do all different sorts of things that keep the show interesting. Laid-Back Camp is much more restricted in what it can do because it’s specifically about camping and traveling to outdoor places.

They can go to a bunch of different campgrounds. But if those campgrounds aren’t very unique or there’s not a new lesson about camping to be taught because of them, they’re not going to be as interesting. I think that’s why this season focused more on outdoor attractions near campgrounds.

I guess a third season could focus on different kinds of camping. However, that might require that new characters are introduced, which gets a bit more complicated. So far, all of the girls generally participate in the same kind of camping. They’re not each having unique camping experiences in relation to one another.


Overall, I gave Laid-Back Camp Season 2 the same score that I gave Season 1, which is a 7/10. It’s a solid, good season of anime. I just don’t think that it’s anything overly special. And I wouldn’t say that it does anything better or worse than the first season — aside from the OP/ED.

The OP song of Season 2 is Seize the Day, which I don’t like as much as Shiny Days from Season 1. However, I think the visuals of the second OP are much better and overall the second OP is better as well. Also, from the OP, you can see that this season is definitely more about travel.

I’m going to say that the opposite is true for the EDs. I love both songs, but I’m picking Haru no Tonari from the second ED over Fuyu Biyori from the first. With that said, I actually like the visuals of the first ED more than the second, and I think that one’s better overall.

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My Neighbor Totoro

My Neighbor Totoro

My Neighbor Totoro anime movie cover art
My Neighbor Totoro

Movie Overview

My Neighbor Totoro (Tonari no Totoro / となりのトトロ) is a children’s movie made by Studio Ghibli. You’ve probably at least heard of it before even if you haven’t seen it yourself. I feel like either this or Spirited Away is the most popular Ghibli movie.

Now, although I did watch some anime as a child, I actually never watched any Ghibli movies. The only other Ghibli movie I’ve seen so far is Kiki’s Delivery Service, which I watched back in 2018. And right away, I have to say that My Neighbor Totoro is the better of the two.

The movie focuses on two young girls, Satsuki and Mei Kusakabe, who move into a new house in the countryside with their father. At first, it appears that their mother is no longer around, but we later learn that she’s actually in a relatively nearby hospital recovering from a “cold.”

Shortly upon arriving at the house, the girls discover that it’s haunted by various kinds of small — and harmless — spirits. One spirit that lives in a giant tree nearby is named Totoro by the younger sister, Mei.

The rest of the movie then follows Satsuki and Mei as they search for and play with their new friend Totoro. There’s a small amount of drama thrown in towards the end of the movie for an exciting climax, but otherwise not all that much actually happens.

There’s also another spirit creature, known only as Catbus. As the name implies, it’s a cat that’s also a bus. I think Catbus may have actually been my favorite thing about the whole movie. Catbus’s design is just really good, and I think it’s a more interesting creature than Totoro.

What is Totoro?

Totoro looks like a mix between a raccoon, squirrel, rabbit, and bear. But what’s most important about him(?) is that he’s not actually based on a real Japanese spirit. There’s nothing called a Totoro in Japanese mythology or folklore, despite what the movie would like you to believe.

Totoro’s name is also written in katakana, so we can’t even look at the kanji of his name to figure out what exactly he’s supposed to be. He’s just a creature that was made up for the movie. However, that’s what I like most about him.

The genius of Totoro is that the movie makes it seem like it could be a real spirit. For example, Mei names him Totoro after a creature by the same name in one of her books. So in-universe, a Totoro is a known kind of spirit much like a Kappa would be in real Japan.

Satsuki and Totoro waiting for the bus from the anime movie My Neighbor Totoro
Satsuki and Totoro waiting for the bus

To me, the world-building in My Neighbor Totoro is extremely good because it’s able to blur the line between fantasy and reality in this way. Even though Totoro isn’t a real spirit, he’s just as mysterious as real spirits. It’s believable that there would be a type of forest spirit just like him.

Speaking of how mysterious Totoro is, he lives an odd life. There are smaller “Totoro” which seem to gather acorns for him while he naps inside his tree. He also has the ability to make trees grow, implying that he’s a forest guardian-type spirit.

But what’s most odd is his relationship with Catbus. The two seem to be friends, but also Catbus is Totoro’s form of public transportation. When Totoro gets on Catbus after waiting at the bus stop, where is he going? Does Totoro have somewhere to be? I like to think he was going to a job interview.

Totoro Without Nostalgia

As I’ve mentioned, I really like the world-building in this movie. The creatures are fun, and we see just enough of them to get a vague understanding of what they are and do. I think that’s important because if we learned everything about Totoro and Catbus, they wouldn’t be fantastical anymore.

But as I also mentioned, there’s not a whole lot going on in this movie, and that’s the biggest flaw for me. The movie is 1 hour and 26 minutes long and the titular Totoro doesn’t even make an appearance until after 30 minutes in.

Maybe this is on me, but I expected the character of Totoro to have a much larger role than he actually did. It’s not like Totoro ever really hangs out with Satsuki and Mei. Totoro just kind of exists and the girls sometimes see him — that’s it.

Satsuki, Mei, and Catbus from the anime movie My Neighbor Totoro
Satsuki, Mei, and Catbus

It’s also a bit misleading that this movie is tagged as an adventure. I’d argue that it’s much more a slice of life anime than an adventure anime. The girls don’t go on an adventure. The movie is all about them living at their new home, which happens to be located near Totoro’s tree.

The adventure tag would make a lot more sense if Totoro took the girls to a fantasy world. Though, from my understanding, that’s kind of what Spirited Away is — I’ll watch that eventually and probably find out I’m wrong.

Anyway, at the end of the day, My Neighbor Totoro is a children’s movie. Is it a good children’s movie? Yes. But let’s not pretend like it’s the most engaging anime movie around. I feel like the first act could have been shortened drastically to make more time for Totoro shenanigans.


My Neighbor Totoro is a 7/10 from me. And while I did just say that I generally want more than what it offered, it’s definitely a movie I would watch again. I probably wouldn’t watch it on my own. But if someone wanted to watch it, I’d watch it with them.

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That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 40

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Episode 40


When I think of Walpurgis, I think of the calamity-level witch from Madoka Magica. But in TenSura, Walpurgis is a lot less interesting. Rather than a world-ending witch, it’s simply the name for a conference of demon lords — and not even real demon lords, at that.

In That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2 Episode 40, Ramiris explains that if three demon lords agree to call for a Walpurgis, all of the other demon lords are obligated to show up. And the topic of discussion is whatever the demon lords who called Walpurgis decide.

This time around, it was Clayman, Milim, and Frey who called for a Walpurgis, with Rimuru as the topic of discussion. Specifically, the meeting is going to focus on how Rimuru has claimed himself as a demon lord, and then allegedly broke the non-aggression pact between the demon lords.

Milim, Clayman, and Frey from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Milim, Clayman, and Frey

When you consider that Clayman isn’t even a real demon lord, his actions are pretty pathetic. But, I guess being a demon lord in name only has its perks. After all, he was able to get both Milim and Frey to go along with his plan somehow.

What’s still a bit unclear to me, though, is what the point of this Walpurgis really is. Milim has already taken down Carrion and Clayman’s forces are going to reach Eurazania in two days. That’s before the Walpurgis is set to occur in three days’ time.

It seems a bit odd to hold the Walpurgis after you’ve already wiped out the nation of another demon lord. Unless, of course, the Walpurgis is just being called so that Clayman can act like he followed the proper procedure. I’m sure keeping up appearances is important among demon lords.

True Demon Lords

I’ll get to discussing Clayman specifically in the following section. For now, let’s just take a look at the claim made by Ramiris that there are “demon lords” and there are true demon lords. But what’s odd is that there doesn’t seem to be a difference between the two from a diplomatic standpoint.

What I mean by that is that it doesn’t appear to matter whether someone is a true demon lord or a demon lord in name only. As long as they hold the title of demon lord, they can control a demon lord domain, forge mutual pacts with other demon lords, and even call for a Walpurgis.

With that said, there does appear to be a fundamental difference between the two types of demon lord. Rimuru is a true demon lord because he massacred a bunch of people to receive the title and stat boosts associated with it. False demon lords haven’t done that.

Ramiris from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2

We don’t actually know what gives a false demon lord the right to take on the demon lord title just yet. If I had to guess, it’s just that they’re powerful enough to refer to themselves in that way. Of course, this then begs the question, “Why wouldn’t the true demon lords put a stop to that?”

If I was a true demon lord and some random guy who wasn’t a demon lord started calling himself one and acting like he had the same authority as me, I’d probably make an example out of him. I find it hard to believe the false demon lords are truly on the same level as the true demon lords.

So, who are the true demon lords? Rimuru and Milim definitely are. Aside from those two, I’d say Kazaream and Valentine probably are as well. Cromwell, Carrion, and Frey might be. I doubt Ramiris is. And Clayman obviously isn’t.

Fake Demon Lord Clayman

Remember when I said that false demon lords were probably strong enough to be allowed to claim that title? Clayman may be an exception. I’ve said this in the past about him — and people disagreed with me in the comments — but Clayman doesn’t seem like a real threat.

He’s always just hiding away in his castle within his domain. We’ve actually never seen him outside of his castle. Is that because he’s afraid of leaving? It seems like it. He’s even sent his majin to Eurazania on his behalf instead of going himself.

On top of all that, he’s attempting to become a true demon lord in such a roundabout way that it makes me doubt he could become one by normal means. I’m having a hard time believing Clayman could have annihilated the Falmuth army as Rimuru did.

Clayman's "Four Fingers" from the anime series That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2
Clayman’s “Four Fingers”

Look, I’m sure that Clayman will eventually become a threat since he’s been in the series for a while. Maybe he’ll actually succeed in becoming a true demon lord. But if Rimuru was to go up against Clayman now, I think Rimuru would win.

Of course, Rimuru is a true demon lord now, so he’s bound to be stronger than a false demon lord like Clayman. But even if Rimuru fought Clayman before becoming a true demon lord, I still think he would win.

I will say, though, that I’d be completely fine if Clayman never actually becomes a threat. Having fake demon lords running around just makes me doubt all the others. I’d rather Clayman just get defeated soon so we can move on to the true demon lords as antagonists.


What do you think about That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime Season 2 Part 2 Episode 40? Do you think Clayman calling a Walpurgis is just to appease the other demon lords? Or is there more to his plan? And which demon lords do you think are true demon lords? Let me know in the comments.

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To Your Eternity Episode 15

To Your Eternity Episode 15

Honorable Death

To Your Eternity Episode 15 confirms something I pointed out in my review of Episode 14, that Parona is dead. We don’t know how she died, but Pioran claims that she probably died an honorable death by defending someone weaker than her.

Pioran knows that’s the kind of person Parona was, and I have to say that I agree with her. I’m certain that Parona died while defending Ninannah from an attack by the Yanome. As I mentioned last week, Hayase probably led soldiers to the village to capture or kill everyone there.

And, as I also previously mentioned, this seems to be implied by the upcoming events of the story. It hasn’t been confirmed yet, but I’m still certain that Hayase is on Jananda island and is the one who tasked Tonari with luring Pioran and Fushi to the island.

Tonari from the anime series To Your Eternity

Once Fushi comes face to face with Hayase (which seems to be in the next episode), we’ll probably learn about what really happened to Parona. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that Hayase is returning to relevance right after we find out Parona is dead.

Now, Parona is the first character to die off-screen who Fushi can transform into. Sure, we didn’t see Gugu die, but we saw when it happened. I think the only reason Parona’s death wasn’t on-screen is that she wasn’t the main character of her arc.

So, how is Tonari going to die? Tonari is the main character of the Jananda island arc, and so it’s only natural that she’s going to die by the end of it. Well, if you’ve paid attention to the OP of the series, you may already have an idea.

Tonari is the Worst

I’d like to preface this section by saying that I don’t actually know what’s going to happen in the future of this series. But, I’m going to be discussing some of what we see in the OP, which some people may consider spoilers. You’ve been warned.

First of all, I think Tonari is going to have an honorable death just like Parona. Why? Because Parona’s honorable death was brought up in this arc and Tonari is anything but honorable. She’s the worst. She lies, cheats, scams, and doesn’t really care about anyone but herself and her friends.

And that’s exactly why her having an honorable death at the end of the arc would be good for her character development. My guess is that Tonari is going to commit suicide, and possibly take Hayase down with her.

Fushi (Parona) protecting his opponent in the colosseum from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi (Parona) protecting his opponent in the colosseum

There are a few things in the OP that lead me to this conclusion. First, we see that Tonari’s friends are apparently infected by a Nokker and look like zombies. If her friends are zombified, then Tonari doesn’t really have anything to live for anymore.

On top of that, there are two scenes in which we see Hayase holding Tonari over what appears to be a volcano. And in the second of these scenes, Tonari looks towards the viewer and is crying blood. It seems pretty clear to me that this is the scene before she dies.

So, my guess is that Hayase uses Tonari as a hostage to get Fushi to surrender. But, since Tonari has nothing left to live for, she sacrifices herself. Either she throws herself into the volcano so she can’t be used as a hostage, or she pulls Hayase into the volcano with her.

In either case, her death could be seen as honorable because she sacrificed herself to help Fushi defeat his enemy.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

I believe it was twice in this episode that Tonari told Fushi that sometimes you need to rely on other people. Sure, Tonari probably isn’t someone Fushi should be taking advice from. But at the end of this episode, we saw that Fushi was able to take down the Nokker thanks to everyone’s help.

Of course, this isn’t the first time Fushi has teamed up with someone to take down an enemy — he did the same with Gugu. But what I’m wondering is how this is going to change Fushi moving forward. After all, Gugu died when he fought alongside Fushi, so this is a very different outcome.

Is the fact that the islanders fought alongside him only going to be relevant to Fushi’s character within this arc? For example, is it going to make the fact that they get turned into zombies more impactful, but otherwise be forgotten once he leaves the island?

Fushi (Parona) regaining his lost forms from the anime series To Your Eternity
Fushi (Parona) regaining his lost forms

Or, is this a sign that Fushi is going to be more trusting of other people going forward? If he doesn’t end up saving Pioran by the end of the arc, he’s going to be alone again. Will he seek out new companions? Or will he attempt to avoid them so as to protect them from the Nokkers?

I think it’s clear that Fushi is going to keep coming into close contact with various people throughout his travels. That’s what the series is all about. But I’m looking forward to seeing if his experience on Jananda island changes anything about how he views others.

If he does start trusting and becoming close to humans again, does that lessen the impact Gugu’s death had on him in any way? I don’t think so. Gugu wouldn’t want Fushi to live his life alone.


What do you think of To Your Eternity Episode 15? Do you actually like Tonari? I think she’s an interesting character, but I hate her as a person. How do you think she’s going to die? And what lesson do you think Fushi will learn from this arc? Let me know in the comments.

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My Hero Academia Episode 105

My Hero Academia Episode 105

Endeavor Recap

Another week, another extremely boring episode of My Hero Academia Season 5. I wasn’t planning on reviewing Episode 105 since I was busy yesterday. But since there’s, unfortunately, no Boruto episode today, I guess this is what I’m doing.

This episode included everything I hate about My Hero Academia. I’d argue that the majority of the episode was nothing more than a recap of Todoroki’s family situation. And on top of that, it featured slice of life content.

Of course, I don’t have an issue with slice of life in general. There are plenty of great slice of life anime. I just don’t care about any of the My Hero Academia characters enough to want to see them in slice of life settings. It does nothing for me.

Endeavor, but he's not on fire from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Endeavor, but he’s not on fire

I believe I heard that most people enjoyed this Endeavor arc in the manga more than the tournament arc that came before it. For me, it’s the opposite. Endeavor has the potential to be an interesting character. But the pacing of this arc is so slow that I find myself losing interest.

We already know that Endeavor is estranged from his family. We know why his wife is gone, his children hate him, etc. There’s no reason to bring all of that up again in such detail. Just have it mentioned as a passing comment to serve as a quick reminder and then move on.

Because the series is focusing so heavily on Endeavor’s relationship with his family right now, it feels like it’s just cheapening Endeavor’s character development. For example, he’s going to have some development next week, but I don’t think it’s going to land because it’s so overdone that it looks like filler.

Flaming Sidekickers

I’m not sure if we got the name of Endeavor’s sidekick group before, but it’s now been revealed that they’re called the Flaming Sidekickers. From what I can tell, not all of them have flame-based quirks. But, if you’re an aspiring hero with a flame-based quirk, Endeavor is probably who you want to work for.

Since I can’t remember if any of the Flaming Sidekickers aside from Burnin were actually named and had their quirks explained, I’m just going to assume she was the only one. And it feels like a bit of a waste to not have her playing a bigger role in this arc.

If she’s going to be named and have her quirk explained to us, I’d like to see her in action as well. I get that Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki are training directly under Endeavor. But it would still be neat to maybe see them have some additional training under Burnin.

Burnin from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5

In case you don’t remember, Burnin’s quirk allows her to freely control the fire that makes up her hair. I’m pretty sure her hair fire can even physically interact with things. So her quirk is kind of like a fire version of Shiozaki’s vine hair quirk from Class 1-B.

What makes Burnin’s quirk fairly relevant to the story is that it’s also similar to Deku’s new Blackwhip quirk. If Deku wants to get better at controlling and manipulating Blackwhip, Burnin would probably be the perfect teacher for him.

Something tells me that isn’t going to happen, though. While this arc is definitely about the development of Deku, Bakugo, and Todoroki as heroes, it’s just as much about the development of Endeavor as a character. I don’t really see Endeavor being sidelined for even a short period so that Burnin can have time to shine.

The Todoroki Family

Have we actually been given Endeavor’s real name yet? I’m sure we have, but I can’t think of what it is, and looking it up will probably just spoil me on something else. Anyway, his wife is Rei, his daughter is Fuyumi, and his sons are Toya, Natsuo, and Shouto.

Of everyone in the Todoroki family, I think my favorite is actually Fuyumi. Rei and Natsuo are barely even characters, so I’m not choosing either of them. Toya is dead (more on that in a bit), so we really don’t know anything about him. And while Endeavor and Shouto are pretty good, I don’t have strong opinions on them.

What makes Fuyumi interesting is that she’s a minor character, so we don’t see her all that much, and yet she’s one of the more developed characters. I love side characters who have real personalities rather than simply representing some basic emotion or character archetype.

Fuyumi Todoroki from the anime series My Hero Academia Season 5
Fuyumi Todoroki

So, let’s talk about Toya for a moment. It’s always been implied that he was dead, but Episode 105 has now confirmed that fact. Up until this point, Natsuo had mentioned him quite a few times, but we’d never actually seen him even when “the whole family” was together.

I’m also not entirely sure if Toya was the oldest child or just the oldest of the boys. Natsuo refers to him as his older brother. But I don’t believe we’ve ever heard Fuyumi mention Toya as being older or younger than her. Still, I’d guess that Toya was the oldest of them all.

Why I’m guessing this is that even when we see Natsuo and Fuyumi playing together as children, Toya is nowhere to be seen. This seems to imply that he had already died by that point, which would make him older than them based on his apparent age in his photo at the family shrine.


What do you think of My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 105? Did you like the episode? Or did you feel like it was mostly recap as I did? And which member of the Todoroki family is your favorite so far? I’d be surprised if Natsuo is anyone’s favorite.

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