Dakaichi presents pretty much the story you would expect from reading the synopsis. If you get into the characters there's some touching moments and a bit of fun to be had, but this one is a very average anime when judged compared to standard romances. Still, not the worst anime you could watch and the characters are quite fun.
He's Met His Dream Girl Just As She's About To Disappear, And That's Just The Start Of Their Problems
Unrestrained Power Fantasy Involving 1 Guy, 12 Girls, and 1 Tanuki - Conception really doesn't know what to do with its ingredients but it is an oddity.
Tsurune Episode 13 Review: The tournament comes to an end and we see the journey each character has taken. A beautiful culmination of everything that has come before.
Xuan Yuan Sword Luminary Series Review: Yin and Ning will have their lives torn apart by war and many years later will find themselves drawn back into a conflict they never wanted.
Skull-Face Bookseller Honda-San is an anime series that has one idea and that is we have a skeleton working in a bookshop. Everything that happens after that is either delightful or groan inducing depending on your tolerance for situational comedy.
Excerpt from the episode 13 review of Bloom Into You. Full post available for patrons.
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Join Arthifis and myself as we discuss the final episodes of Dakakichi. It has been an awesome collaboration this season and I'm really glad we did it but here is our final post from the Autumn anime season.
Tsurune continues to do a beautiful job of exploring its characters and how small interactions with one another can change a person. There's also some archery. Another beautiful episode from Kyoto Animation.