This post is sponsored by Ashley. I'm kind of finding Mieruko-Chan utterly addictive viewing each week. For such a simple set-up it manages to feel consistently fresh and honestly I'm loving our main characters Miko and Hana. Be sure to read the full episode review.
Honestly, The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window gets better every week (which given the opening episode had a number of glaring issues can only be a good thing). Episode 3 continues to build on the introduced characters and leaves viewers with a lot of questions going forward. Be sure to read the full review.
Post sponsored by Matt Doyle (Author of Ailuros) Platinum End's second episode certainly reinforced the fact that it feels very much like Future Diary. That said, I didn't mind this episode as we learn more about the characters and the set-up. Be sure to read the full review.
This post is sponsored by Ashley. Pretending not to see seems to be getting harder for Miko in episode 2 of Mieruko-Chan and more than once this episode she finds herself taking action after visions of ghosts. Be sure to read the full episode review.
The second episode of The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window expands on the supernatural world, though also paints Hiyakawa in a somewhat more dubious light. Be sure to read the full review.
This post is sponsored by Ashley. Mieruko-Chan follows Miko, a typical highschool student who can suddenly see ghosts/monsters. However, her way of coping with this sudden unexpected and unwanted ability is to pretty much ignore them. How does this work in a horror comedy? Be sure to read the full episode review.
So vampires are having an idol competition to see who can gain power or something along those lines. This anime boasts some fascinating character designs by is Visual Prison worth watching?
Post sponsored by Matt Doyle (Author of Ailuros) From the creator of Death Note and Bakuman we now get Platinum End (that is kind of looking like Future Diary). Whether that ends up being a good thing or not will really depend on how this unfolds. That said, while this first episode lacks subtlety there's something quite enjoyable about genre fiction that doesn't feel the need to be self-aware or apologetic. Be sure to read the full review.
I was overly optimistic when I discussed the first three episodes of Battle Game in 5 Seconds. This survival action story quickly loses any of the elements that might have made it interesting and becomes quite the chore to watch. Be sure to read the full review.
The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window was not what I was expecting but I still quite enjoyed this first episode. Be sure to read the full review.