The Wrath of the Gods is coming.
It isn't as easy to watch One-Punch Man season 2 as some fans might have expected.
The audience will follow Enlightened agent Makoto, who can use exotic matter to see images associated with items, and his adventures with Sarah and a Resistance bodyguard called Jack.
I'm reminded of crazy Japanese game shows that have incredible build-ups and drama only for the contestant to fall off the log.
If this story begins as a glimpse of an idyllic life before the war, then it becomes the telling of how awful life became during the war.
Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress is gorgeous. There are all those steam engines and the great machines built to enable these fortress cities in what might otherwise have been 19th-century Japan make for a memorable visual style.
This adventure is all familiar Ghost in the Shell stuff. We have fights and surprises peppering a mystery story that needs some good detective work. While Innocence is gorgeous and loyal to the styling of Ghost in the Shell, it does have to work hard to add anything new.
Toma and Index find themselves in the company of an up and coming idol called Arisa and needless to say all sorts of powers get involved.
Koro-Sensei, the yellow death octopus, is lovely.
You might recognise the name Gatchaman. If you know it from Battle of the Planets or Science Ninja Team Gatchaman, then this anime has very little to do it that show – except harking back to a bird theme now and then.…