The hosts bring winter season to a close by reviewing the newest entry in the massive Fate franchise (with an appropriately massive title): Fate/Grand Order -Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia-. As usual they also talk about the shows they gave the axe in the Chop ‘n’ Drop and their personal favorites in Best of the Season.
Chop ‘n’ Drop (1:42)
Fate/Grand Order -Absolute Demonic Front: Babylonia- (13:14)
Best of the Season (1:13:48)
ANN – This Week in Anime: Is F/GO: Babylonia Anime as Popular as its Mobile Game?
Crunchyroll: The Ultimate Fate Series Beginner’s Guide
Crunchyroll: All You Need to Know for Fate/Grand Order Babylonia
Crunchyroll: From Mesopotamia to Mesoamerica: The Real History Behind Fate/Grand Order: Babylonia’s Heroic Spirits
Sakuga Blog: Fate Grand Order Production Notes
CC starts off the episode by investigating why the eandearing characters of the otherworldly procedural In/Spectre can’t save its lackluster plot. Then John wraps up the show by explaining why Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle stands head and shoulders above most other video game adaptions.
Phantasy Star Online 2: Episode Oracle (27:32)
ANN – This Week in Anime: Who Inspects the IN/SPECTRE?
Crunchyroll: In/Spectre is the GOAT at Shaking Up the Conventions of Mystery Anime
Crunchyroll: The Most Powerful Weapons in In/Spectre are WORDS
Crunchyroll: Why In/Spectre’s Kotoko Would Be the Perfect Lawyer
Crunchyroll: The Monsters of In/Spectre Are Everywhere, Even on the Internet