It’s that time of the year again, so enjoy our final thoughts on the winter anime season that just came to an end~
Boku dake ga Inai Machi • 9/10
Length: 12 Episodes • Genre: Mystery, Psychological, Supernatural
This whodunit murder mystery was easily my favorite show of the season, and it wasn’t even close. Thanks to some great storytelling that’s full of tension and intrigue, I was basically glued to the screen, eagerly awaiting what would happen next. From the first episode, this anime gets you hooked by throwing a plot twist at you that really sets the stage for what’s to come. Ultimately, suspense is the name of the game here, and I was very surprised at how well it comes across in this series.
It’s that time of the year again, so enjoy our final thoughts on the autumn anime season that just came to an end~
Length: 12 Episodes • Genre: Action, Ecchi, Fantasy, Yuri
What’s the most exciting Yuri show this season? That’s right, it’s no other show than our favorite borderline hentai, Valkyrie Drive.
Since I already posted my full review a few days ago, I don’t really have that much left to say. The anime itself was rather mediocre, the yuri, however, probably blew all our minds.
If you wanna read more, here’s our review~
We’re back with our final thoughts on the summer anime season~
Non Non Biyori Repeat & Working!!! • 7/10
Sorry for adding both of them at the same time. But I just feel like what I have to say for these two shows is pretty much the same.
Even though they didn’t lose their special touch, it still feels like the prior seasons were better. Well, Working! is still a greatly entertaining comedy, and Non Non Biyori is still as relaxing as it was last season, but something is missing.
To say it in meme language:
|So sorry for that stupid meme. I promise I will never add one again. 😛
As always, here are our final thoughts on some of the shows from the previous anime season~
Unfortunately, I didn’t have enough time to start watching many different shows this season, but I did pick up 3, and this one was my favorite! Queerbaiting or not, Kyoto Animation again created a show that I simply couldn’t help but love. You could say they yet again used the right formula to make me fall in love with it: cute, lovable characters + believable drama + great animation + STRONG yuri subtext.
Now, even if the yuri part of the show had some obvious flaws, it’s still one of the most enjoyable shows of this whole year.
Another season, another great set of anime. Here’s the ones I’ve watched~
Akame ga Kill: 8.5/10
This was probably one of my favorite shows this season, and I don’t even know why. The story is nothing special. It actually just feels like a stringing together of one random fight after another. They kill monsters, they kill enemies, and sometimes they kill each other. It’s really not that interesting, but then again, there’s something about this show that just gets me addicted.
I’m quite happy this has some more episodes in store for us. Now please let us see some more of Akame!
Since I already wrote a full review of this anime, I don’t have much to say here, other than the fact that this was my favorite show of the season, and I loved it.
I know, I know, the story has some huuuuuge plot holes, and it somehow ended up not making perfect sense, but I didn’t expect that to happen in the first place. I got what I wanted, you could say, even though the yuri level could have been higher.