Some silly antics ensue as Mile and the other girls begin their lives at the hunter prep school. This one isn't asking a lot from the audience but it is just kind of fun.
Episode 2 gives us kind of more of the same only less focus on the multiple girls and more focus on what appears to be the core cast (at least for now). The overall result is an episode that works even if it isn't exactly mind-blowing.
Clearly Iruma-Kun has set its tone for the season and fortunately it is pleasantly enjoyable even if a little on the silly side. This week the students summon their familiars with some entertaining results.
Case solving Rakugo... Not sure I'm buying that but this first episode was entertaining enough if a little bit silly. I'm kind of hoping the detectives here move beyond the one note characters they portray here because otherwise it will get old fast.
Another isekai, and this one I've recently read the source of. Fortunately, this first episode, while starting in an odd place, is actually a pretty decent set up and fun to watch so hopefully we've got a decent adaptation on our hands.
I know already Val x Love is not really my kind of anime. An ecchi, comedy, harem anime isn't exactly my speed. Yet with few other premieres out, and a number of shows dropped before the end of episode 1, I at least made it to the end of the first episode here. How's that for a recommendation?
So a supernatural comedy about a fourteen year old being sold to a demon and then attending school in the demon realm? I guess we'll see how this goes and whether it is actually funny or not.
Not So Amazing, But Not Trash Either There was something fairly intriguing about the premise of Amazing Stranger (of Chou Kadou Girl 1/6) as an anime figure who still has full use of all of her weapons and skills from her story coming to life in the modern world could have been really interesting. Particularly … Continue reading Amazing Stranger Anime Review
Say It With Senryuu This is going to be a short review, which makes sense given the nature of the anime being reviewed. Senryuu Shoujo is about Nanako, a high school girl who doesn’t speak but communicates by writing poems. Instead of being a story about a lonely girl who is bullied, this is the … Continue reading Senryuu Shoujo Anime Review
Not For Me But Not All That Bad You know that feeling you get when you watch something and you know it is fine there’s nothing technically wrong with what it is delivering, but you just aren’t in to it? That’s the feeling I had for the majority of Hitoribocchi’s run. While I was initially … Continue reading Hitoribocchi no Marumaru Seikatsu Anime Review