Deep Insanity continues in pretty much the same fashion it has up until this point (which is to say, somewhat disappointingly). Be sure to read the full review.
We finally see Deep Insanity take a step forward with the plot-line that makes no sense and the assassination is about to be carried out. Too bad no-one watching this show would believe for a minute it would actually succeed. Be sure to read the full review.
Okay, I've gone from being underwhelmed by Deep Insanity: The Lost Child to really ready to drop Shallow Mundanity: The Meandering Plot. Be sure to read the full review.
It is kind of disappointing that the most exciting and intriguing part of Deep Insanity is its OP. The episodes themselves never quite manage to engage me and while there's still a potentially interesting plot-line to follow I'm fairly indifferent to how this plays out at this point. Be sure to read the full review.
Deep Insanity: The Lost Child continues to be kind of an enigma in that I'm not sure what the end game is. That said, this episode is a little more interesting than episode 2. Be sure to read the full review.
Deep Insanity: The Lost Child episode 2... I have no idea what this anime is actually going for at this point. Be sure to read the full review.
If you watched the Promotional Video for Deep Insanity: The Lost Child you could be forgiven for thinking that the first episode is something completely different. Is it worth trying episode 1 of Deep Insanity: The Lost Child? Be sure to read the full review.
It is that time of season again where we open so many new shows and look for that magical spark that draws our interest. The problem for anime reviewers in particular though, is that we watch so many anime it is hard to keep from thinking they are all kind of melting together into some kind of indistinguishable mass. Have I seen this before? Are anime all kind of the same or is it the small details that make or break a title?