Rimuru is back in That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime and tis time our little bouncing ball of slime is... well he's finishing off teaching and then returning home to get into some political trouble before taking on mass-extermination of an army. It's a busy time. Be sure to read the full review.
You've watched an anime that you mostly enjoyed but you know one or more of the characters have behaved in a way that has gained some criticism. Do you still tell people you enjoyed the anime or do you censor your own enjoyment in order to avoid criticism of being called 'degenerate' for enjoying the story? This is a real issue for anime fans on the internet and I'd love to know your story. So, is it okay to enjoy an anime when the characters act questionably?
I've been catching up on Season 2 of That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime and it made me start thinking about how different stories approach death. So I decided to think about it a little bit more and ended up going off on a bit of a tangent looking closely at season one of Slime compared to season two and then threw in Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash because I could. So I guess I am wondering how each of these series are at handling character death and whether there is a better approach or not.