You might think that this is another fantasy school anime and you would be right but that’s not a bad thing.
GOH has been more hype than substance so far, with the latest episode being the most disappointing till now.
All the fan-service, all the time. That’s about it.
I may have learned at some point in my life that I have feelings. I don’t know what they are or how to deal with them. I may also be a bit moody: The Music.
Late first impressions on Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!, Monster Musume no Oishasan, Peter Grill to Kenja no Jikan, Gibiate. Saved the best for last. JK.
If you’re in the mood for romantic comedy, this might do the trick. You know, the studio that did this also did "Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san".
We have an American producer, a Japanese studio, a Korean director, a Japanese DJ, an American singer and a Korean band. hmmm… *Gently touches the beard I don’t have…*
I was close to losing faith for a second there but thankfully Oregairu season 3 has finally started.
Still haven't recovered from Goblin Slayer. "So I'm a spider, so what" kinda gave me the chills.
Crunchyroll is back with another one of its original anime. This time, it's a Webtoon fan favorite.
Yet another version of a bad-ass, unbeatable protagonist that saves the world, beats up the bad guys and has a harem: the anime. Although this time he is the demon lord.
HxEROS. H for ecchi (short for hentai), Eros as in love. H+EROS= HEROS. Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.
I’ve forgotten how great of an anime Haikyuu!! is. It’s not hard to see why it is loved by so many devoted fans across the world.
Toilet-bound Hanako-kun has without a doubt been one of the most visually engaging anime of this season. Although skeptical at first, I quickly realised that this series is special.