Well, Gundam Unicorn episode 5 came out recently, and whenever any Unicorn episode comes out, I drop whatever I’m doing and watch it. Well, I found episode 4 rather disappointing, and I’m not alone on this one. So I was rather apprehensive about watching this episode. However, turns out I loved this episode. Barring some minor complaints, I feel as if this episode took the Unicorn train and placed it back on the awesome track. By the way, I’m about to spoil the entire episode, so you should get out if you haven’t seen it yet.
A few years ago, DC started a new line of collectible figurines known as Ame-Comi featuring their superheroines and villains rendered in a style influenced by Japanese Manga and Anime. These figures proved wildly popular and as a result DC decided to start a digital comic series called Ame-Comi Girls. The series started today and will be released digitally every Monday. I personally prefer print comics, but I just couldn’t pass up the chance to see what this series is about. DC put a strong creative team on Ame-Comi, and with so much invested there’s a lot of potential here.