Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. In an episode almost entirely without Tohru Honda making an appearance, Fruits Basket still managed to bring the feels in so many different forms. Haru steals the show in this fourth episode of the Final Season of Fruits Basket.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. It was inevitable that on the back of two packed episodes we'd move to one that certainly had a lot happening but with the focus shifting to characters I'm less invested in, my overall response to this is a little less enthused (certainly less tears). Read the full episode review and share your thoughts on the episode.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Fruits Basket continues to do what it does best which is make me cry and then laugh and then cry while still smiling and then leaving me wanting more even if I am an emotional wreck at the end of the episode. This final season is shaping up to be something very special. Read the full episode review and let me know what you thought of the episode.
Can an overused plot line from manga about a girl who was obsessed with an otome game getting reincarnated inside of it as the villainess really be entertaining to watch? My Next Life as a Villainess most definitely makes a case that it isn't so much what your story is about as how much chemistry your characters have. Read the full review.
Having an early release of just one episode is actually kind of mean. I really wanted more Fruits Basket but I knew that this was just a one off and I was going to have to wait for April for more and yet when it popped up on AnimeLab I couldn't help but press play. So, how does the final season begin?
If you've followed my blog long you'll know I absolutely adored the 2019 series of Given and asked for more. Well, they've delivered a 59 minute movie follow up. While not quite a second season, this is one follow up I didn't intend to miss.
Wonder Egg Priority is an anime that has popped up on my twitter feed a number of times during the season and I hadn't really figured out what sort of anime it was. That's probably because its a little hard to describe. Anyway, here are my first impressions and my decision on whether I'll continue with this anime.
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.
There's magical girls, encounters with witches and the possible memory of a missing sick sister and yet I couldn't help but feel this episode felt a little empty. At least there's plenty of pretty backgrounds to look at.
Having come late to the Haikyu party, I was very surprised by how much I enjoyed the series when I finally got around to watching it. Having finished the three previous seasons and I was kind of looking forward to this season when I heard it was coming. The question is whether the magic will happen one more time.