Watch or Drop? The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent

I really should learn to play by my own rules. After abandoning Trigger's SSSS.Dynazenon by the end of episode 1 and not even making it through the introduction of Combatants Will Be Dispatched I was a little worried that I wouldn't make it to episode 3 of enough anime to continue this post format. Well, I was saved from abandoning Watch or Drop by The Saint's Magic Power is Omnipotent, though I didn't quite remember to stop at the end of episode 3 and snuck in an episode 4.

I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Episode 4 Impressions

Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan Episode 4 diverts from the usual path of new character arrives at Azusa's doorstep as this time the crew are off to a dragon wedding. What will they get up to this time?

I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Episode 3 Impressions

Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan Pattern established though perhaps the next episode might break it: Character arrives at door bringing problem, we have some slice-of-life antics, a fight scene that isn't really a fight scene, and then everybody is friends. If this anime were a drink it would a warm cup of milk.

I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Episode 2 Impressions

Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan Episode 2 continues the familiar tone as two new girls join the cast and our witch continues to go about pursuing her normal everyday life.

I’ve Been Killing Slimes for 300 Years and Maxed Out My Level Episode 1 Impressions

Post sponsored by Lynn Sheridan A light novel adaptation isekai anime with an overpowered protagonist looking for the easy life... now where have I heard that premise before? But, as is always the case with these kinds of stories it isn't necessarily about new ideas so much as it is about execution. Looking at episode one of Slime 300, what did I think?

Watch or Drop? Suppose a Kid From the Last Dungeon Boonies moved to a starter town?

Once again the very subtle art of dumping the entire premise into your title when we have a light novel adaptation anime. Which also kind of kills any revelation that this 'weak' kid is actually pretty powerful. That said, will this anime appeal enough to be added to the watch list for the end of the season?

Watch or Drop? Kumo Desu ga, Nani ka?

While I found some of the written elements of the first light novel in this series somewhat less than impressive, I overall enjoyed the basic idea and as the novels went on became more and more caught up in the story of the spider and all the other reincarnations. I was pretty excited to see this one turned into anime so how are the first three episodes?

Why Is The Number of Light Novel Adaptations A Problem?

Light Novel Rage

It's becoming a fairly standard cry each and every season. "There's another light novel adaption with all its tropes and cliches." And then fans of the source get defensive, those who dislike light novel adaptations start throwing out every poor adaptation ever as evidence that the entire idea of adapting a light novel is fraught … Continue reading Why Is The Number of Light Novel Adaptations A Problem?