We pick things up directly following the events of the first episode where Juuzou is in the middle of saving the boy that had run away from the testing facility. We get a fantastic display of just how powerful of a character he actually is when he gets serious, as in this episode, he is able to derail a train traveling at full speed by punching it. After a brief battle, he was able to save the boy and take him away just as he had promised to do. Juuzou takes the boy to a mechanic/surgeon to have him fixed up while he goes out to find his favourite brand of cigarettes. Juuzou is then approached by the corporation that worked on developing the tech that is on the boy that he saved, and their method of blackmail was to steal all of his favourite brand of cigarettes from the city.
Lord El-Melloi II Case Files: Rail Zeppelin Grace Note, is a 13 episode long anime that is based on the manga by Sakamoto Mineji, and Sanda Makoto, set within the Type Moon Universe. The show was produced by TROYCA (Re:Creators, Aldnoah.Zero), with directing duties handled by Katou Makoto (assistant director—Re:Creators, episode director—Aldnoah.Zero), with series composition handled by Kodachi Ukyou (Fate/Apocrypha, Boruto: Naruto the Movie), and music composition by the great Kajiura Yuki (Pandora Hearts, Fate/Zero). The three leads of Waver, Gray and Reines are played by Namikawa Daisuke (Beck, Days), Ueda Reina (Kekkai Sensen, Little Witch Academia), and Minase Inori (FLCL Progressive, Re:Creators) respectively.
Kimetsu no Yaiba is a 26-episode long series that is adapted by Ufotable (Fate/Zero, Kara no Kyoukai), based on the popular manga by Gotouge Koyoharu. The series is directed by Sotozaki Haruo (Tales of Symphonia The Animation: Sekai Tougou-hen, Tales of Zestiria the Cross), with the series composition handled by Kondou Hikaru (Producer—Fate/Zero, Kara no Kyoukai), and the music being composed by Shiina Go (God Eater, Tales of Zestiria the Cross). The characters of Tanjiro, Nezuko, Inosuke, and Zenitsu are played by Hanae Natsuki (Aldnoah.Zero, Arslan Senki), Kitou Akari (Erased, SSSS.Gridman), Matsuoka Yoshitsugu (Blue Spring Ride, Akame ga Kill!), and Shimono Hiro (Baby Steps, Corpse Party: Missing Footage) respectively.
This episode serves as a means of deepening the logistics of the world, what the various races' benefits and drawbacks are, the characters' strengths and weaknesses, their relationship with each other, and what their personalities are like. This episode focuses the narrative on the way the group the Special Seven operates, while tackling a crime. As a result of the group having been created to take down the cultist that worship the dragons, now that they had been taken down they have no purpose and so are left to scavenge cases from other departments so that they have some relevance in remaining in operation.
This is the 2019 remake/reboot of the Fruits Basket anime, this is a 25 episode first season produced by TMS Entertainment (Dr. Stone, Orange), while the original was produced by Studio Deen. The manga for The story was written by Takaya Natsuki. The director is Ibata Yoshihide (episode director—Kill la Kill, Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso). The series composition was handled by Kishimoto Taku (91 Days, Erased), while the music was done by Yokoyama Masaru (Kanata no Astra, Your Lie in April). The four leads are comprised of Honda, Kyou, Yuki, and Shigure, played by Iwami Manaka (Re:Creators, Maquia When the Promised Flowers Bloom), Uchida Yuuma (Banana Fish, Ace of Diamonds), Shimazaki Nobunaga (Baki, Black Clover), and Nakamura Yuuichi (91 Days, Clannad) respectively.
This is a fascinating one, because I can say that I have not seen the Sherlock Holmes property being used like this before. The premise of the show is fascinating, and I am yet to get a sense of whether the villain set up here will be the main antagonist through to the end, or if it will have an arc-like structure where there is a new main villain per arc. Regardless, the type of Sherlock they set up, the world that these characters inhabit, and the characters themselves are all quirky and interesting to watch.