The saga with the student council continues though I have to admit it delivers a fairly bland episode of Iruma-kun. It isn't bad but there's not a huge amount of laughs or really anything this episode, unless you really like someone reading out shoujo manga.
After finally getting to my review of Given I started wondering why I hadn't done a list like this before. It occurred to me that the majority of Boys Love stories I've enjoyed have only come out in the last couple of years and so I probably wouldn't have been able to put this list together previously. Anyway, here are my top 5 boys love anime that I enjoyed.
Granblue Fantasy season 2 gives us another luke warm showing as the crew crash onto a misty island inhabited by friendly zombies.
I had the joy of reviewing this one each week with Irina and I know that it was a definite highlight of the Summer anime season. Given is a low key boys love anime with two adorable dorks at its centre.
Following on from Null's emotional efforts to save Peta in episode 5, episodes 6 + 7 raise some serious questions about the nature of the Null's world while also giving us some fun beach moments and then some trouble at the dreaded school. Fairly impressive effort given how short these episodes are.
We're back to frantic inventing and creating as Senku is working to prepare for the attack he has decided will occur once winter is over. Have to love that the first step to mobile phones involves making Fairy Floss (Cotton Candy).
This one goes from weird to bland to fairly forgettable. Kabukichou Sherlock is just kind of stumbling along at this point as we hit what would be a mid-season lull however it turns out this somehow has been given 24 episodes. Yeesh.
If you missed it earlier today, Kapodaco has our latest coverage of the My Hero Academia journey over on The Visualist's Veranda. This week the story focuses in on a different group of characters and there's some ups and downs as it goes about it. Be sure to check out the post if you didn't … Continue reading Visualist x 100!!!! – My Hero Academia Season 4: Episode 5
Three cheers for Lutz who is probably getting my vote for best supporting character ever. Oh yeah and Main's quest for paper continues.