The little show that could just keeps delivering.
Beros (Asano Masumi) the cop from Demon Acropolis who uses Liz' arrival to get at Braz, who she needs to arrest him under the orders of the King, Wolf Daddy (he's going to be played by Wakamoto Norio). It's certainly not hard to imagine a connection between Wolf Daddy and Wolf Boy, but that's a matter left for another day, at least for now. Meanwhile, Fuyumi's kidnapper has been revealed to be Hydra Knell, none other than the younger brother of Bell, who seems not to have been in on Fuyumi's kidnapping. In fact that appears to have been ordered by their mother, Neyn, played by yet another huge name in Mitsushi Kotono (Misato Katsuragi herself) who even Hydra is afraid of. And then there's Snowman (Tsubayaki Shiro) the boss of South Demon World, who tips Staz off to Knell's identity. I love the fact that South Demon World is a riff on Miami Beach, just as West Demon World had a Wild West feel to it - it just adds to the wry atmosphere that pervades this show.
brilliantly drawn, with a ton of clever wit), especially when she has to surrender her nether clothing (including usagi panties) to escape Staz' magical trap. I've said for a while that these two have much more chemistry than Staz and Fuyumi, and it's really on display here - they're awesome to watch going at it. Their interplay is hilarious but Bell's dismay over Staz' lack of feelings for her - and the notion that he might become aware of hers for him - is quite genuine and even emotionally powerful.