I don't know what I expected going into Wandering Witch but that's probably a good thing. Elaina's journey unfolded before me and I just kind of soaked it in. Read the full review.
Bell is back and as usual running headlong into trouble. That's okay. It's why we love him. So how is season 3 of Is It Wrong To Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon?
Series one left me wanting more and 2020 finally delivered (though I didn't actually get to watch it until 2021). That said, The Irregular at Magic High School isn't for everyone and there's some definite reasons why some viewers won't be impressed. For those who adored the first season though, there's plenty to enjoy here. Be sure to read the full review.
I never did review the final three episodes of this anime though I did finish watching it. Honestly, I just didn't have enough to say about those episodes individually. Here's a supernatural police drama that manages to yawn its way through 12 episodes despite the promise of vampires, dragons and large scale terrorism.
I'm still fairly certain I reviewed Another at some point in the past but I could not find the post when I did my reflection on the decade list and so here we are. My thoughts on one of my favourite horror anime.
To say that the second season of DanMachi doesn't quite match the high energy fun of season one would be an understatement. However, we do get some important world building and character introductions so the question is whether that's enough for a season.
Oh boy... Arifureta the anime... Hmm, nope, let's just do this.
While there are some truly great moments in Stars Align, the series lacks balance and the pacing doesn't really allow any of its concepts to get the full attention they deserve. Also, ending prematurely, without a follow up season this one seems destined to be forgotten. However, I'll give it points for effort at least.
Cautious Hero gives us the usual isekai deal with an overlay of heavy comedy. The main gimmick is that the hero, despite being incredibly powerful, is incredibly cautious (almost paranoid about danger). There's certainly some amusement here but can this one hold its own in the already over-crowded comedic isekai market?
Hataage! Kemono Michi is another isekai story about a Japanese person being summoned as a hero into a fantasy world. The gimmick this time is that he's a pro-wrestler who loves animals and upon being summoned he drops the Princess on her head and runs away from the castle. Despite being a summoned hero, Genzo's grand plan includes capturing demon beasts and using them to open a pet shop. It is a silly show that doesn't take itself seriously and by and large was fun enough even if it is lacking in areas.