Kaguya-Sama Love is War Episode 12 Review - For the first half of this episode I thought this was an absolutely brilliant way for this series to go out. Really was loving it. And then... well, then we got to the second part.
Kaguya-Sama Love is War Episode 11 - If you like watching mopey teens or teens eating ramen this episode might do something for you. Otherwise, skip to the post credits segment where it sets up next week and move on.
Kaguya-Sama Love is War Episode 10 Review - Overcoming a misunderstanding is hard when you refuse to be honest.
Kaguya-Sama Love is War Episode 9 Review - This whole episode is really one ongoing story with Shinomiya plotting to have an excuse to give Shirogane a ride home given the storm but instead she gets caught in the rain and naturally ends up withe a cold.
Kaguya-Sama episode 7 and 8 review. We're getting to that point in the season where most comedies have worn out their welcome with me. Kaguya-Sama, not really drawing me in early in the season, has really hit a wall this time round.
Kaguya-Sama Love is War Episode 6 Review - Much like another anime title this season, Kaguya-Sama Love is War opted to use episode 6 to drop another character into the mix. While Ishigami has so far been relatively entertaining, the dropping him into the story and then treating him like he'd always been there was just a bit off and felt like the author was kind of desperate to expand on the basic concept.
Kaguya-Sama Love is War Episode 5 Review - We start with Shinomiya trying to give love advice being bailed out by Fujiwara. We then move on to Shirogane trying to play volleyball, being bailed out by Fujiwara. Lastly a petty contest over sharing an umbrella, mercifully ended by Fujiwara. I know who the best character of this anime is.
Kaguya-Sama Love is War Episode 4 Review: The student council have some visiting French students but just because they are preparing for a party doesn't mean that they don't have time to play at their love game.
Kaguya-Sama Love is War Episode 3 Review: The sad state of sexual education is exposed, a game of twenty questions becomes a form of psychological warfare and then we get a pleasant walk to school. I just can't help thinking that there isn't really enough here.
Kaguya Sama: Love is War Episode 2 - already seems to be straining to fill the run time at episode 2. Though it probably doesn't help that I'm not finding their antics overly amusing.