Hey everyone, welcome to a new article series. Manga vs. Anime! With this article I’ll be talking about the final season of Food Wars vs. volume thirty-six of the Food Wars manga! And there were quite a few differences. Well, lets get to it shall we?
“Heads or Tails?”
The coin flips. “It’s heads. Guess that means I’m the head chef and you’re my sus chef this time.”
“Ryo! Be nice to (Y/N)-Chan!”
“Heads or Tails?”
The coin flips. “Tails. Ha! Looks like you have to face me in a Food War after all! And I’m gonna massacre you!”
“Hmph. Just you wait, you bandana-wearing jerk I’ll kick your butt!”
“I’d like to see you try.”
“Oh, bring it on!”
Hey everyone! And welcome to this week’s Rebellious Review! This time, I’m going to be talking about the final season of Food Wars. Season 5! And let me tell you guys, this one was awesome! I’ll probably do a compare and contrast with the manga for this particular season, but that’s for another article entirely. Well, let’s get started, shall we?
Hey everyone and welcome to another Fan Girl Favorite! This time I’ll be talking about a character from Food Wars which will round up talking about Food Wars in this article series. For the character for this article, I am going to be talking about Takumi Aldini.
Welcome back to my personal favorite article series: Fangirl Favorites. Last time, I talked about one of my favorite Food Wars. Isshiki vs. Julio. And this Favorite will be on yet another favorite Food War. Why? Two reasons. I may or may not have become slightly obsessed with this anime. And two, as I continue watching the fourth season, it gets better and better! Which brings me to the Food War I will be addressing today. Takumi Aldini vs. Aizen.
It seems like it will be another food war, something we’ve seen time and time again and no doubt Isshiki will win. But, we see a fiercely different—not to mention hot! Side of Isshiki when Juilo starts to talk smack about the residents in the Polar Star dormitory. He then adds insult to injury when he tells Isshiki that he is disgracing his family name by associating with them. Does Isshiki take this lying down? Oh hell no. We see a hugely fierce side to him. And it goes like this…