Today is Day 3 of Anniversary Review Week! I hope you have all been enjoying it and make sure you check out the other two posts if you like this one. Yesterday we talked about some pretty serious stuff, so today we are going to look at the lighter side of things. Just over a year ago, I stumbled upon a show called Barakamon. The review of which you can check out right here: Barakamon Review. It was one of the best shows I had seen in a while and I wished that it could have gone on forever. In a way, it did go on a little bit longer, but not in the way that I had expected. But we will get to that in a little bit.
I am back again for Day 3 of Anniversary Review Week and my 40th Anime Review. Today we are returning to the world of Sei Handa in Handa-kun.
Hello everyone! It is officially the starts of the 3rd Annual Anniversary Review Week!! Yay! To kick off this week we are starting with a show that I both love and makes me laugh uncontrollably for periods on end just because of the sure ridiculousness of it. A show that, while it had it’s flaws (and trust me we’re going to talk about those) it also kept me hooked from episode to episode. It was a show that fell a little short in some places, but was still very enjoyable to me nonetheless. I laughed, I was surprised, I also got very angry.
So here is my 38th Anime Review and Day 1 of Anniversary Review Week. The review for an anime that was…interesting to say the least: Starmyu.
In a world where anime comes out weekly each season, one anime defied this tradition. One show released all of its episodes in one sitting, so anime watchers from all over the world could binge watch it before anime other anime in the Summer 2016 Anime Season aired. What am I talking about? Randomness in all honesty, but that is something that the show I am reviewing today decided to do. The entire show released all the episodes at one time. Hold on let me take that back. You could watch all of the episodes in one sitting if you just happen to be a Premium Member of Crunchyroll, but I digress.
Anyway, here is my 37th Anime Review for a show fresh from the Summer 2016 Anime Season, ReLIFE.
Very seldom to you come across an anime that is so genuinely funny and heartfelt just watching it brings a smile to your face. A show with no drama but still has something about it that keeps you coming back. Not to mention a main character that you really get to see change from episode to episode until he is practically a different person when it ends. Unfortunately, this is not something that happens in anime everyday, however, when it is done right it makes for a great show. Which is exactly what the anime I am reviewing today did!!
So here is my 28th Anime Review for an anime that I enjoyed so much I wish it would continue on forever: Barakamon
Hi guys!! So break for me has started, thank god, and break means that I get to watch more anime, blog some more, and also work on the class that I decided to take over break at the last minute. Hahaha. Anyway, so I wanted to get this review out of the way as the first official post after break and wanted to let you all know that in the days leading up to the end of the year, there will be a year-end wrap-up and then a few lists of what some of my favorite openings, endings, and a few other things. There will also be the regular wrap-up at the end of the season. So there is the announcement portion.
On to the review!! The anime that I am reviewing today is one of the animes that I originally watched a long time ago. I have heard a lot of people say that this is one of the most encouraging shows that they have ever watched, and I would have to agree. After watching this show, I always felt really driven to do things I had dreamed about and encouraged me when I was unsure of myself. This is a good motivational anime to watched. Like seriously.
So here is my 25th Anime Review for a show that encouraged me to follow my dreams, that sounded cheesy: Bakuman.
The first episode of a show, the pilot episode, is the episode that is supposed to draw you in and make you want to see what becomes of the series as a whole. On TV in the US, if a show’s pilot does not do well then the show does not happen. Now I do not know a lot about the anime industry, but from what I have seen in Shirobako once a show is decided it goes on until its full run is over. Even if the first episode is slow and boring, the show will go on. Why am I talking about this? Well back in 2013 when the show I am reviewing today originally aired, I watched the first episode and was honestly not impressed. However, as the show went on I kept hearing nothing but positive reviews of this show. Looking into it while doing research for this review I learned that opinions of this review are either really positive, or kind of negative. There is no real in between. Which I find very interesting.
So here is my 24th Anime Review for a show that I had honestly no idea what to expect going in: Kyoukai no Kanata.
Hello everyone!! I hope you have been having a good October!! I bring to you today to a show that for a moment reminded me of my childhood. You see back when I was in junior high and high school (which actually was not all that long ago) instead of leaning towards the athletics department, I was more of a fan of the music side of school. For all seven years I was in band, choir, and marching band. I played the piano, flute, and oboe, and sang alto in choir. I loved it. As an anime fan, I always keep for an anime that has something to do with a band (or maybe some kind of singing group). Anything that really takes me back to the musical side of things. Which is exactly the kind of story that the anime I am reviewing today surrounds.
Here is my 22nd Anime Review for an anime that took me back to my days full of scales, tuning, and spit valves: Sound! Euphonium.
Hello again everyone!! I realize that I keep telling you that everything is starting to calm down for me but I every time that I say that it seems like things get all crazy again. But overall things really have calmed down. I think I keep telling you all this as a way to tell myself that it has calmed down. To assure myself…….let’s move on from that.
So I am back with my 21st Anime Review. I am sorry. All I can think about is the vine with the kid who is asked “What’s nine plus ten?” and he goes “Twenty-one”. I am sorry. I need a moment. I will be right back.
Okay. I am back. I think I am okay now. I found that way too funny for some reason. Anyway, so yes I am back with my 21st Anime Review and my 14th review of the year. Yeah..I checked. But anyway, the review that I am doing today is for a show that I absolutely loved. It was so witty but also could be serious when it needed to be serious. I loved watching it while it was airing. After it was over I missed it a lot and I went on to read the manga, which has also ended.
So here is my 21st Anime Review for a show that made me laugh until I cried, and cry when it was serious. One of my favorite comedy anime: Sket Dance.
My friends, here we are at Day 7 of Anniversary Review Week!! I cannot believe that we have really come this far already. I’m so surprised that we got this far without any problems. (I probably jinxed something now). The show that I am reviewing today is one of my favorite anime….EVER. It is the show that I fangirl the most over and also started my love of sports anime.
So here is my 17th Anime Review and Day 7 of Anniversary Review Week!! A show that has some of my favorite shirtless boys: Free! Iwatobi Swim Club.
Well my friends it is official. The blog has been around for an entire year TODAY!! I’m releasing another post today just as a little blurb about this first year. Right now is time for Day 5 of Anniversary Review Week!! Since today is the 1st Anniversary I wanted to do a show that, for me, is above and beyond other shows like it. It is probably my favorite romance anime of all time and a show that I have followed for a very long time.
Here is my 15th Anime Review and Day 5 of Anniversary Review Week. A review of a show that is near and dear to my heart: Kimi ni Todoke.