Offers you warm cocoa on a cold day. Understands your hobbies. Damn, Sasaki from Sasaki to Miyano is turning out to be kind of perfect boyfriend material.
The Strongest Sage with the Weakest Crest continues to just kind of float along with Matty doing things that amaze those of the modern era in the most nonchalant way possible.
The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window had all the right genre tags but somehow never managed to turn an intriguing idea into a good story. Be sure to read the full review.
How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom finally concludes negotiations for the return of Van to Amidonia. However it is clear that the saga isn't over yet with an incompetent prince about to take the reigns and the people of Van already missing the invaders.
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The first episode of My Dress Up Darling really didn't set the scene for an anime that has a pair of teenagers walking down the street discussing the game they are discussing. Episode 3 from its opening dream sequence makes it clear that there's definitely some ecchi in amongst the adorable.
Vampire Knight Overview: One of the few anime I did read the manga of (at a friend's insistence) Vampire Knight is the story of Yuki Cross who's first memory is of snow and blood when her family were killed by vampires and she was saved by the vampire Kaname. Years pass and she now goes … Continue reading Vampire Knight Series Review: Tortured Teen Love Triangle With Fangs
One good thing about season 2 of Arifureta is that the story is now beyond where I read up to in the light novels so at least I don't already know what the outcome is going to be. Whether that helps me enjoy the anime more is yet to be seen.
Tokyo 24-ku Episode 3 starts with the petty but still annoying problem of having the larger organisation buy all the available cabbages prior to the food festival before things get really wild and the boys of RGB are given another choice to make. Be sure to read the full review.
Love of Kill episode 2 begins with a two minute replay of everything that happened in episode 1 which doesn't so much set the tone for the episode as make you wonder how many short cuts this anime is going to take or whether or not there's actually enough content for a season. Anyway, once that's out of the way, episode 2 is pretty interesting. Be sure to read the full review.