I haven’t watched most of the Summer anime and don’t really know when I’ll get around to, but I figured I’d write down a few thoughts on the few that I have seen.
This post will discuss stuff (for a loose definition of the word discuss) up to and including KonoSuba OVA episode 11, so if you haven’t watched the show up to then, I recommend doing so!
Last month, I was at Anime North and attended a panel by Takeshi Nogami and Dan Kanemitsu on Military Girls and the irk. Nogami has worked on a fair few manga (as well as doujins of popular series like Kancolle) and he contributed to the character designs in Girls und Panzer.
I love Sakamoto Desu ga. I find it to be genuinely funny. It is not for everyone, but the exaggerated “Sakamoto can do anything and look good while doing it” skits are totally my thing and never fail to make me smile, if not outright laugh.
The 7 or so minute long skit at the beginning of episode 7 was not only funny, but also rather endearing and heart warming.
Apologies for neglecting this blog for a while now, but well, that’s nothing new. Yes, I know I haven’t covered WSJ for god knows how long and I am too lazy to write a catch up post. Spoiler: One Piece is still amazing, Bleach has its moments and Naruto ended long ago.
Anyway, I figured I’d jot down some thoughts on Hundred since I am actually sort of enjoying it! There is little cohesive structure to this post, but then again, that’s also nothing new. Major spoilers from episode 7 are in this post, but I doubt anyone cares about that for this show. READ THIS ANYWAY.
I procrastinated a little bit on writing another post and now, woops. There are just so many anime out there and woops I like most of them.
Maybe I just wasn’t paying attention these past couple of seasons, but it would appear that our good friend Moe did not take kindly to being forgotten and struck back with a vengeance this season. That is why in this post, I’ll only talk about a few excellent cute episodes that have aired this season.
I was initially planning on making another multi-anime Impressions post, but then realized, I had a fair bit to say about the first episode of Re Zero, so here we are.
Note: There are a fair few twists in the first episode of Re Zero, so if you haven’t watched it yet (both parts, mind you, it is a 40 minute episode), then don’t read this post.
I normally take to twitter to vent my excitation, but since I’m on twitter leave, you’ll excuse me if I do so here.
FUCKING YES. THIS EPISODE WAS AWESOME.