11 Jun 2021 11:31 AM +00:00 UTC

So I'm a Spider, So What? Episode 23 RELEASE DATE and TIME, Countdown

So I'm a Spider, so What? has just returned for Episode 22, which means that we only have two episodes left before the finale; it's bound to be huge! While far from perfect, the 24-episodeisekaianime won over many fans who eagerly watched the adventures of what must be the cutest animated spider.

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Only one week left for So I'm a Spider, So What? Episode 23 to hit Crunchyroll. If you're here for it, go no further. In the sections below, you'll find our handy guide with all you need to know about the new episode of the isekai anime, including its release date, airing time, and more!

So I'm a Spider, So What? Episode 22 Recap

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So I'm a Spider, So What? begins with an explosion that kills an entire classroom of students their lives. In true isekai fashion, most of the students are reincarnated into fancy lives... not all of them, however. Our main character is an unlucky girl who finds herself in another world, reincarnated as a spider monster, only known as "Kumoko" or Nameless.

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But this is not even the worst of it; this fantastic world functions as an RPG or video game, and our main character wastes all her points on useless developments, meaning that she can't defend herself and is constantly in danger. Kumoko then starts defeating monsters to level up, get stronger and eventually get a better life.

Warning: Below, you will find a recap of Episode 22 If you have yet to catch up, you might want to skip to the next section as there will be spoilers below.

Episode 22 truly reminds us that for all her overpowered status and popularity, Kumoko isn't originally of this fantasy world. The episode is described by fans as a battlefield with the chance of winning xp points, and our main character treats it all a bit too much like an RPG or video game. Will her war crimes change her forever?

Fans were also pleased by the return of Ariel, who arrived on the battlefield just in time to face Kumoko. Ariel's mannerisms currently bear an uncanny resemblance to Kumoko's and the remaining two episodes will hopefully explore this a bit more/

So I'm a Spider, So What?Episode 23Release Date

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The release date of So I'm a Spider, So What? is next Friday, the 18th of June 2021 for subscribed Crunchyroll users. If you're streaming for free, you can still watch the episode but you will have to wait an extra week and there will be ads.

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So I'm a Spider, So What?Episode 23Release Time

So I'm a Spider, So What? ​Episode 23 will see the light of day on Friday the 18th of June at 9:30 PM JST. If this timeline goes on as normal, the episode will air in different time zones at or around the following times:

Pacific Time: 6:30 AM
Central Time: 8:30 AM
Eastern Time: 9:30 AM
British Time: 2:30 PM

So I'm a Spider, So What?Episode 23 Where to Watch with English Subs Online

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Crunchyroll is your go-to if you're looking to watch So I'm a Spider, So What? Episode 23 online with English subs or in English dub. Normally, ongoing Crunchyroll shows are initially only available to watch in Japanese with English subtitles but since the isekai show is quite popular with fans it already got the dub treatment. Depending on where you are in the world, you may also find it in other languages.

A premium Crunchyroll account starts from $7.99 per month, and it's worth considering as the platform's anime library is among the richest you can find. You can first try the 14-day free trial to help you decide if you're still unsure.

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So I'm a Spider, So What Episode 23 COUNTDOWN

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Other great fantasy anime you can watch during the Spring 2021 season include Osamake and The Saint's Magic Power Is Omnipotent. The latter is also a great isekai work that leans more towards the romance genre.

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