Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Fruits Basket the Final Season brings Tohru's emotional journey, and the viewer's, to a satisfying close. Read the full review.
I love a good supernatural romance anime - probably because it combines my favourite elements of fantasy and horror anime with my favourite elements of romantic comedies. When done well, magic happens. Anyway, here are my top 5 picks but I would love to know yours.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. You know, I thought I was being a little sarcastic last week when I said the episode felt a bit like a Lord of the Rings like epilogue. However, episode 13 of Fruits Basket more or less consolidates the feeling of an ending that really needed to just be cut short.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. It was kind of inevitable that whatever came after the emotional heights of episode 11 was going to be a bit of a let down. Admittedly, Fruits Basket made a solid attempt at tugging the heart strings this week but this is definitely the start of a long epilogue that won't conclude until one more episode.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Oh wow. Seriously, if someone told me Fruits Basket was now finished, even though there's few things I would still like to see happen and still know, I feel like episode 11 of the final season has given me what I needed to feel like this story can now close. So happy right now.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Fruits Basket the Final Season Episode 10 actually didn't make me cry for once. There was a definite feeling that the air is becoming less heavy and to be honest it was like a breath of fresh air.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. There will be many spoilers but let's be honest, we're nearing the end of this drama and so everything is kind of coming together. You've either watched it all unfold or you have yet to start. That said, this episode is brilliant.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. "Nothing you say will change that" - Feelings overwhelm this week in Fruits Basket the Final Season as Kyo and Tohru talk.
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. While in some cases characters are haunted by their pasts or unable to escape their past, in the case of the Soma's it really seems like they choose to wallow in their pasts and make every effort not to move on from it sometimes in Fruits Basket. It is all just so tragic to watch because it feels like they could potentially have escaped from this cycle already if only...
Post Sponsored by Crow's World of Anime. Tohru is back front and centre in Fruits Basket this week and smashing my heart to pieces. Wow, this anime has caused me far too many tears.