Spring 2016 ~ End of Season Awards

Overall: Overall the anime in the 2016 Spring season ended up being quite solid. However, there was a difference between what ended being really good and what ended up as solid seasons. This season had a variety of different anime airing, where there was generally something that appealed to someone (even if they had specific … Continue reading Spring 2016 ~ End of Season Awards

“Hard Right Rudder!” Hai Furi Review and Recommendations

"The rice cooker isn't working!" What happens when you place a bunch of Japanese High School Girls onto a naval class destroyer? Hai Furi (High School Fleet) that is. Throughout the season, we are constantly reminded that this is one of those cute girls doing cute things anime where it does it really well. For … Continue reading “Hard Right Rudder!” Hai Furi Review and Recommendations

“Youth” Nijiiro Days Review and Recommendations

"Then, may I request that we hold hands?" Living ones life through their school years can be fun, dramatic, sad and joyful, where Nijiiro Days embodies all those feelings and emotions into a nice 2 cour season of anime to enjoy. The main aspects of the anime revolve around 8 different characters, 4 guys and … Continue reading “Youth” Nijiiro Days Review and Recommendations

“Wandering Swordsman” Seisen Cerberus Review and Recommendations

"You should not share what is in your heart. You should act so that others can tell." Seisen Cerberus: Ryuukoku no Fatalites follows the quest of one "Hiiro", a survivor of the "Balbagoa Tragedy", whereby in the attempt to seal the evil dragon "Daganzord", the deaths of many of those involved occurs as someone interrupts … Continue reading “Wandering Swordsman” Seisen Cerberus Review and Recommendations

“She’s 12” Koutetsujou no Kabaneri Review and Recommendations

"Look. Look at me! Watch as the man you cast out spills his blood and dies. Take a nice long look! I will save you all. I want you to live the rest of your lives knowing the man you abandoned saved you. And I will laugh at you from the afterlife. And tell you … Continue reading “She’s 12” Koutetsujou no Kabaneri Review and Recommendations