We've gone from straight forward to pretty lame in terms of the cases these characters are working. Though if you want a tour around a bath house with Sherlock, Watson and Moriarty you might be in luck.
A more straight forward prove the guy is innocent case for Kabukichou Sherlock this week. While there's some character stuff on the young Moriarty which I presume might become relevant later this is perhaps the most straight forward episode of this we've had yet.
Um... Right, so the tone is all over the place. The characters are walking jokes. The case is transparent from the beginning. Why don't I hate this?
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.
They'll take your emotions for a run. For those who followed my episodic reviews you will already know it took me awhile to get into this series. The opening episodes, while there were some really pretty animations, didn't really grab me as we set up a fairly standard team sport anime. We had Haiji, the … Continue reading Run With The Wind Series Review