I kind of love magical girl anime being a Sailor Moon fan from a young age. When Madoka Magica came out I fell in love with the genre all over again for a slightly different reason and after many rewatches wanted to discuss my thoughts on this strange series that seems like it is a magical girl series but has some key differences.
When I finally get to my review of season 1 of Moriarty the Patriot one of the points I kept getting stuck on was that in order to make Moriarty seem so smart so many other characters ended up feeling like they were being dumbed down. This made me wonder about the difficulties faced in authors creating smart and genius anime characters. Let me know your thoughts on this in the comments.
Well, given I'm breaking my own rules here and making a decision after one episode, it is probably pretty obvious what my thoughts on Vlad Love are. If you want to know why I didn't continue be sure to read the full post.
I went into season 2 of Fruits Basket being warned not to set my expectations too high. That was probably a good thing but to be honest there's a lot to love in this follow up season that the original anime series never got.
Wonder Egg Priority is an anime that has popped up on my twitter feed a number of times during the season and I hadn't really figured out what sort of anime it was. That's probably because its a little hard to describe. Anyway, here are my first impressions and my decision on whether I'll continue with this anime.
While The Promised Neverland isn't quite living up to the promise of season one, it isn't terrible and the conflict between Emma and Norman is an interesting path to explore. Meanwhile Cells at Work brings back the best villain (victim) from season one with Cancer making a reappearance and he's most certainly making an impact.
An original anime from a studio that doesn't have much of a history and nothing I've actually watched (having not watched Youjo Senki), Deca-Dence deserves far more than its 7.52 score on MAL. While not perfect by any means, this one was a rare and somewhat unexpected treat.
Regardless of the anime you've seen, there's always something you've missed that someone else feels is pivotal to being an anime fan - of they just really want to share the love. Irina and I discuss the anime people have recommended and how those recommendations have gone.
Alright, second title of the season to be taste tested and it is... an isekai. Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation. Does this one end up on my watch and review list?
Why watch seasonal anime? Here are 5 excellent reasons to get into seasonal anime viewing (with some down sides noted). I'm getting back into list writing.