With the Spring 2015 season now in full swing, a lot of you have been checking out some new shows, with a few authors (including myself) writing impressions of some of the shows. What are you guys' thoughts? Anything that has stuck out (positively or negatively)?

For me, my favorite shows right now are SNAFU and Plastic Memories, although Sound! Euphonium also seems promising for me personally, since it's basically high school band: the anime, which is most definitely something I am familiar with. Plastic Memories seems like a good potential emotional ride for the season, and SNAFU is clever, as always. I'm not sure about Nisekoi: yet, just because the manga has been apparently lacking in progression, but really as long as it's more of what we had last season it will at least be worth a watch. Expect more impressions from me later, once I get through Log Horizon 2. And I will get through it, make no mistake. Hopefully by Monday? Yeah.

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