By now, you should all know that I like sports anime and I like idol anime. They're two types of anime with similar features and story lines, both just as dramatic and thrilling to watch. So, when I heard about an anime that had both horse racing and idol elements involved, I was certainly intrigued. Even from the synopsis, I knew I was going to enjoy this.
It's a question that everyone's asked at least once. Just how do you raise a pet child mummy? Well, luckily for us, the guys over at 8bit made us an extremely cute guide for when we stumble upon a mummy and adopt it as our pet! I realise that this is a rather short review, but the simplicity of the show really does make it hard to comment on. Not only that, but I'd only be repeating myself from my First Impressions post from earlier this year.
I know Wakaba*Girl has already been covered on A Girl & Her Anime before, but that was a lovely contribution by illintelligence and, well, I hadn't seen the show myself... Until last month, that is. Like many other anime fans, I'm all in for cute girls and a nice little slice-of-life comedy series. This is exactly what Wakaba*Girl is.
Short and sweet is sometimes a nice little change. And not only was this show short and sweet, but this review will be too. Fumikiri Jikan, known as Crossing Time in English, is a series of shorts/stories that explore youth, eros, love and more that all occur during the time people spend waiting at a railway crossing. There's not, really, much else to say about it. That's the show.
This show was completely a show after my own heart. Sanrio characters, cute boys... Perfect combination in my eyes. But also the story of them feeling uncomfortable and anxious about other students around them finding out that they liked Sanrio characters really touched home.
I'm going to be giving you guys some anime recommendations from the Kids genre! Don't be rolling your eyes, we're all guilty of watching Pokémon or Digimon from time to time in order to reminisce. But, let's ignore them for the time being and let's focus on some of the lesser known children's anime!
I'm arguably a little late on this for the Summer 2018 season has already started, but it's time for me to share my latest seasonal anime recommendations. So, what has caught my eye for this season?
Arguably due to its yon-koma manga style, the plot of Ai-Mai-Mi is far from being coherent. Sometimes, this makes it have a slight charm to it. Most times, however, it's just a mind-hurting experience. If you're here hoping this review is about a serious, logical show, then I suggest you just leave now.
It's that time of the season where I reflect on the shows I began watching this season! I thought Winter 2018 had gone quick, but Spring seems to have gone a lot quicker? Not only that, but I've actually managed to stay up-to-date with some series! (Makes a change, huh?)
If you had told me this time last year that everyone was going to be obsessing over a single Sanrio character, I would have laughed in your face. However, here we are - it's 2018 and everyone is obsessing over a red panda.