In Another World With My Smartphone is a pretty standard isekai story but there's enough fun to be had here. Be sure to read the full review.
Seirei Gensouki has Rio learning the hard way that things don't stand still while you are away. Which is kind of nice that Claire's life has continued despite his absence even if things aren't going so well. Be sure to read the full review.
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime is coming to the end of the second part of its second season (and can I just ask that anime stop splitting their seasons) and I have to wonder if I'm just taking this anime too seriously. Be sure to read the full review.
Hey, they finally got things cracking at the demon-lord banquet. Clayman isn't just evil; he's also an idiot. I'd say I'm wondering how Tensura 2 will resolve this but I'm almost sure it will happen fairly easily. Be sure to read the full review.
Justin is visiting the blog today to share his thoughts on two light novel adaptations this anime season. He'll be discussing how Seirei Gensouki and How a Realist Hero Rebuilt the Kingdom have been adapted and the pros and cons of both. Be sure to read the full post.
Post sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Mahouka Koukou no Yuutousei has Miyuki take on Shizuku in Pillar Break. Since Shizuku declined a draw she's left them in a position where one if going to leave the arena victorious and the other is going to be defeated. How did it play out? Be sure to read the full review.
Studio J.C.Staff have a lot of big name anime out there. Choosing just 5 is quite the challenge.
Leshy from Raving Otaku shares a review of Bonjour Koiaji Pâtisserie. Is this short form anime about food worth giving a try? Be sure to read the full post.
Well, I'll give Tensura 2 Part 2 points for letting Shuna fight for once. I'm just not sure what to say about the rest of this episode. Be sure to read the full review.
Seirei Gensouki feels like we're definitely backtracking. Rio's gone on this grand adventure to his mother's homeland and now we're turning around and walking back though with skills and knowledge gained. I'm curious as to how this will turn out though Seirei Gensouki definitely keeps itself emotionally fairly level. Be sure to read the full review.