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Jashin-chan Dropkick X Episode 4



Dropkick on My Devil! (邪神ちゃんドロップキック, Jashin-chan Doroppukikku) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yukiwo. The series began serialization in Flex Comix's Comic Meteor web magazine in April 2012. Twenty volumes have been released as of December 2022. An anime television series adaptation by Nomad aired from July to September 2018, with an additional episode streamed online in October 2018.[1] A second season aired from April to June 2020, and a third season aired from July to September 2022.




Jashin-chan Dropkick X Episode 4



An 11-episode anime television series adaptation by Nomad aired on BS Fuji from July 9 to September 17, 2018 and was streamed internationally on Amazon Prime Video.[11][12][1][a] A bonus episode was streamed exclusively on Amazon Video on October 1, 2018.[13] Hikaru Sato directed the series, Kazuyuki Fudeyasu oversaw the series scripts, and also wrote the scripts alongside Momoko Murakami. Makoto Koga served as both character designer and chief animation director, and Yuki Kurihara and Yuzuru Jinma composed the music. The opening theme song "Ano Ko ni Dropkick" (あの娘にドロップキック, "Dropkick to that Girl") was performed by Aina Suzuki, Nichika Ōmori, Miyu Kubota, Yurie Kozakai, Chiaki Omigawa, Rico Sasaki, and Riho Iida as their respective characters, while the ending theme song "Home Sweet Home" was performed by Yutaro Miura. A twelfth episode premiered in mid-November 2019.[5]


A second season was greenlit for production after the first season managed to sell over 2,000 Blu-ray and DVD copies.[14] The second season, titled Dropkick on My Devil!! Dash, aired from April 6 to June 15, 2020,[15] with Amazon Prime Video releasing all 11 episodes in Japan on April 6, and Tokyo MX, Tochigi TV, Sun TV and Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting airing episodes weekly.[16] Crunchyroll streamed the second season worldwide excluding Asia.[17] The opening theme song "Toki Toshite Violence" (時としてバイオレンス, "Violence on Occasion") was performed by Halca, while the ending theme song "Love Satisfaction" was performed by Zamb.[18][16]


The series has attracted some controversy as Furano City Council, where the series is set, announced on November 16, 2022, that it rejected to hand over production funds in the hometown tax system after airing the ninth episode in its third season due to its "socially unacceptable" content. The committee had voted 7 to 7 on whether to hand over the funds with the chairman having the deciding vote, thus denying to hand over the JP33 million (US$236,116) in funds to the production committee.[25]


The episode begins with Rista having teatime with Aria (Ariadoa, Goddess of Divine Melons) XD Seiya suddenly barge in the place only to informs Rista that his level increase has started to slow down. Ristarte tries to convince him to level up by fighting monsters on Gaelbarde. However, Seiya refuses, Aria suggests he train with a god, so she and Rista introduces Seiya to the Divine Blade God, Cerceus, who has never stop training for centuries. 041b061a72


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