The punches, both literally and figuratively, keep coming on Banana Fish.
Attack on Titan Season 3 is finally here, and we already know it will be a
titanregular sized, 24-Episode season, so there is a question we might need to ask ourselves:
One of the big successes of this episode was how well it integrated Nazarick’s denizens into the episode’s plot.
Here are some more of my impressions of the newest summer animes. If you didn’t catch my first impressions article, you can find it here.
…Yeah, I know. Kind of scraping the bottom of the barrel on
this one. Oh well.
After a couple of weeks of putting off this Summer season of anime, I finally made some time to check them out. Here’s my impressions
So far, Banana Fish is definitely one of my go-to shows this season.
Blame! is a science fiction manga that was published from 1998 to 2003. It’s also a high contender for my favorite manga at this moment. I’ve read it recently and it was a very unique experience. With a “modest” opening like that, let’s take a closer look at this gem.
This was another solid episode of Overlord.
We’re already 2 weeks into the new anime season and I’ve barely touched it so far. I’ve got some writing I want to do on AniTAY soon and so I’ve got to make a schedule on what animes I’m going to watch this week so I can catch up with everyone else on AniTAY.
I, and many others, still wait for Evangelion 4.0, or Evangelion 3.0+1.0, or Evangelion:||, or whatever it will be called when it finally gets released. It has been a long wait but one I still have a lot of hope for.
Deep One will the debut title of Nameless which is a new brand under Nexton and the release is set to be on 26. October this year. Though despite that it’s one of the bigger titles to release this year for sure.
Life’s getting a bit much so here’re a couple of quick impressions for two very different, but “interesting” shows.
To anyone who have told themselves “I mustn’t run away from my problems,” Caligula’s premise is a response saying “no, run away, I will help you be happy.”
Whereas the premiere for season 2 acted as “a reminder of season 1 events while also setting up plot threads for later”, season 3's premiere was more akin to “how’re things going in HQ?” This was a pretty low-key, slice of life episode that shone the spotlight on the denizens of the Tomb of Nazarick, and it was…
So, Cells at Work! After Thatsmapizza wrote about it being on his list of anime to watch this summer, I decided to check out the first episode.
Coupling a strong opening sequence with plenty of likable characters and intrigue to unravel, Banana Fish looks poised as one of this season’s strongest offerings. Do not miss this premiere.
While Hanebado!’s premiere doesn’t particularly convince me to keep watching, it’s definitely a title to keep an eye on for fans of sports anime.
The new season of anime is finally here and I can definitively say that it looks pretty awful. Especially compared to last season. Of the myriad of new anime coming out this season, I’m only interested in a handful and most of them are adaptations of works I’m already familiar with.
I’ve been trying to consider why we, the audience, find Hinamatsuri to be absolutely gut-busting hilarious despite how terrible the actual scenarios are.