Taking a quick break from my studies to finalize my simulcasts for this anime season. Since then, I’ve added about 20 things to my list, but I’m choosing to highlight only 10 of them. As always, my lists tend to be quite eclectic, and don’t always reflect the most popular things.
As an aside, I will be getting back to full anime reviews on a later date, but my next one might take some time, as it will be the 50th anime-specific review I have on this blog; and I will be doing something a little special for that one.
You can watch legally and for free* on Crunchyroll! They are in order by when they come out weekly (PDT).
Many folks who watched through this PA Works animation had at least one common reaction: it confused them. After 13 episodes of following this ensemble cast of characters, many were perplexed, to say the least, about what just happened, why it happened, and perhaps were even led to believe this was one of the worst projects that the studio has ever made.
That’s fine and all; but I saw this series in a different light. I will gladly attempt to explain the things that confused so many people. As always, whether or not you believe me is up to you; this is just my opinion! And by the nature of my explaining things, there will be SPOILERS.
Seeing that I am back in school now, I am finding less time to actually write stuff on my blog. In the meantime, I am compelled to complete a review I promised myself to do ever since I finished a certain book that I also reviewed! And I have to say, this is probably the first time I’ve ever decided to review an anime alongside a book (we’ll see if I ever decide to do that again)!
But before I get into reviewing one of the more beautiful pieces of Japanese animation I have seen, I need to clarify some limitations: