Anime Taste Testing: Fall 2017 (Part II)


Looks like it’s going to be a full ticket indeed this season, with ample choices in most genres and a few nice surprises along the way. Note that the below anime were all released in Japan on or after October 7th, with shows released in the first week of October being covered in Part I of this post (namely Sengoku Night Blood, Ousama Game, Tsukipro, Net-juu, Juuni Taisen, Kino no Tabi, Just Because!, Shoujo Shuumatsu Ryokou, and Osomatsu-san). I will be combining the titles later on for a Part III of my taste testing post around the season halfway mark. Also, keep in mind although many of these shows have now been airing for 2 episodes, the below comments are based solely on the premieres. Continue reading

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Anime Taste Testing: Fall 2016 (Part III)

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Well, here we are again already, just about at this season’s halfway point. And a very interesting season it is too – although that hasn’t stopped me dropping more shows than I’ve kept. Occultic;Nine, Magic-Kyun! Renaissance, Touken Ranbu: Hanamaru, Watashi ga Motete Dousunda/Kiss Him, Not Me, Trickster: Edogawa Ranpo “Shounen Tanteidan” yori, and WWW.Working!! all got the chop after only one episode, but that didn’t prevent a second round of cuts and there’s still the possibility of more to go. Let’s see how those left have been faring. Continue reading

Anime Taste Testing: Fall 2016 (Part II)

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The second part of my anime taste testing and wow, this season is way more decent than I thought it’d be. I’m still dropping things left, right and centre of course, but only so I have time to bask in all the good stuff coming my way. This particular post covers the premiers for Flip Flappers, Watashi ga Motete Dosunda, ClassicaLoid, 3-gatsu no Lion, Occultic;Nine, Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari, and Ajin season two. For every other premiere I watched, see this post. Continue reading