C&C - Black Clover - "The Blue Rose's Confession" [7/25]

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Opening Theme: Black Catcher v3 by Vickeblanka
Ending Theme: New Page by Intersection

Last Time: The Bulls finally returned to their base, which was still destroyed from a previous battle. Yami's magical beats escaped, so Yami tasked the Bulls with getting them back. After various mishaps, the beats are safely returned; meanwhile, Henry attempted to rebuild the Bulls' base by taking input from everyone, but in the end decides to simply rebuild it the way it was.

This Time: While Yami investigates Asta's demon situation, Charlotte tries to drum up the courage to confess her feelings to the Black Bulls captain.

NOTES: With this episode, we return to manga canon - albeit, another more low-key episode.

Also, for those using DVRs, note that Black Clover will be airing at around 1:50 tonight, due to an anime short Toonami is airing at 12:30.
 

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Well Charlotte's certainly going overboard.

Oh well. This performance by The Pillows makes up for it.

STEVEN BLUM INTERVIEW! Totally makes up for it!

As if Gordon wasn't creepy enough.
 
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Yeah, Charlotte getting emotional was eye roll worthy. But at least she admitted her true feelings to her knights. That's progress. Feel kinda bad for Sol though. The love triangle continues I guess.

Makes sense they're starting their research into the Devils by seeking out others with Forbidden Curses like Charlotte and one was right under Yami's nose, Gordon. I like that it seems we're finally gonna get more back story on him and maybe his family.
 

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I always thought Gordon was more sympathetic than creepy -- after all, he's just a lonely, soft-spoken wallflower who wants friends -- but this episode suggests that they're going to start emphasizing the creepy part. (That close-up at the end where his face takes on a skull-like appearance was an effective moment.) Since he's one of the best characters on the show, I hope things turn out well for him. As for the main plot: between the zany, frenetic hijinks (which is not my style of humor, at least the way this show does it) and the predictable romcom plot complications, it was a real chore for me to sit through. I hope the Black Bulls get back to fighting soon, because that's what Black Clover does best.
 

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