It's time for some more first impressions of this season's anime! This was a show I had been waiting literally years to watch and I'm so glad it's finally here. The show in question? Why, Ensemble Stars!, of course! Ensemble Stars! is a series about high school male idols, based off a video of the same name.
The first few weeks of the Summer 2019 season are now over, so it's time for me to give you guys my opinions so far. Today, I'm going to be talking about Dr. Stone - the sci-fi adventure series by TMS Entertainment.
Last week I spoke about Mahou Shoujo Ore and how its weird plot is actually making a relatively good parody of your typical magical girl anime. This time, I'm going to be talking about another relatively bizarre anime that's currently airing - Uma Musume: Pretty Derby.
I honestly didn't have many hopes for this show. Can you blame me when you see a synopsis like that? Despite that, however, Mahou Shoujo Ore is by far becoming one of my favourite shows from this season.
I've finally got around to watching some more Winter 2018 anime! This time, I've been eagerly watching Miira no Kaikata (or How to Raise a Mummy in English), arguably the most wholesome show of Winter 2018.
This time, I'm kicking things off with Toji no Miko - an action fantasy show that is a Studio Gokumi (Tsurezure Children, Kiniro Mosaic) original where an evil creature named Aratama is attacking people and a group of Miko (shrine maidens) have been exorcising this creature using the power of swords since ancient times.
Pikotarou no Lullaby Lullaby (English: Pikotarou's Lullaby La La By) is an episodic comedy series consisting of three minute shorts. I wasn't disappointed.
It's been a small while since my last post, but that isn't to say that I haven't forgotten about posting my first impressions of this season's anime. In fact, it's quite the opposite. I've actually been a little too complexed on how to write some of them - this one in particular.
Tsurezure Children is a romantic comedy that's based on a 4-koma manga. It's a series that depicts various different scenarios of young love. The synopsis is simple, but it's one that's been able to produce a series with the perfect combination of romance and comedy.
It's time to try out a new style of post! (New for me, anyway...) For the Summer 2017 season, I've decided to do individual first impression posts, in an attempt to give you guys more opinions on the shows I'm watching! And what better way to introduce this new style than with arguably the weirdest show from this season?