I really do hate it when an anime seems so promising and then it's just not what you expected at all. I've said this a couple of times recently, but I think this show is probably the best example of it yet...
I personally really enjoy a romance, particularly those which don't follow the more conventional route. Koi to Uso, also known as Love and Lies, is set in a Japanese society somewhere in the future. In this society, a rather complex match-making system has been implemented in order to encourage successful marriages and combat low birthrates.
This will only be a brief review, but it's been one that should have appeared on this blog a long time ago. I first wrote about this show and the awkward high school crushes over a year ago, after all. Did I end up liking the show, though?
Romance is an aspect of most anime no matter what their primary genre is, so it took a fairly long think about what to include in this edition of Aime for All! Nevertheless, romance is one of my favourite genres to watch, so it was quite pleasant to search for the perfect trio to share!
This time around, we're looking into one of my favourite genres - mystery. Why is it one of my favourites? Well, you never really know what you're in for. All sorts of plot twists could happen in a mystery anime and that's why I'm super excited to share three of my favourite mystery anime with you today!
This week, we're looking at another popular genre, but one that a lot of you are probably familiar with already - fantasy. Like, for example, the drama genre, the fantasy genre has endless possibilities, making way for lots of great storylines. Match this with some great characters and some nice animation and you're good to go!
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?