Welcome to a new series that will be on my blog from now on: Feels Friday, where I will pick out a certain anime/manga that gave me the feels to talk about. It will be focused on what exactly the anime/manga did right that caused the feels, what I myself felt about it, and will probably be a short discussion and thought sharing. This idea came to me after crying for the umpteenth time on a good show(I’m a crybaby, I know), and this series will have infrequent updates, as with my blog in general(so don’t expect to get one every Friday you greedy people).
But of cause, this series will contain spoilers so if you want to avoid them, avoid this series. Consider yourself warned.
On this week’s Feels Friday, we have: Tsuki ga Kirei’s brilliant ending. The anime about a simple high school love, and ended so well that it’s rating jumped up to 8.38.
And… it’s over. This season will probably be one of the best seasons in a while. There were ups and downs, surprises and disappointments, but in the end all that matters is that we the watchers enjoy what was given to us, and I have to say I had a fun time watching, especially since this is the first anime season I am watching. I am definitely looking forward to the next season, Summer 2017, and I hope to be able to enjoy it as well!
Oh look, the anime. Which anime? Clockwork Planet. I really don’t have much to say. This was just a big disappointment and a general waste of my time. Horrible characters, barely entertaining if at all plot, weird humour sense, art and animation that is below average, blah blah blah. This anime felt as if it was made for children, not something for general consumption. Whelp, more details in the stats and ratings below.
Annnnnnd there’s the third drop of the season. I really was not expecting to drop this, and I didn’t want to either. But I truly could not stand this anime anymore. Sakurada Reset had so much potential, not just in terms of the world building, but also in terms of interesting characters and possible plot. And it did live up to its potential, albeit a little bit. It had very nice and consistent animations combined with good soundtrack and music, and it managed to do the world setting properly. It even had good characters along with character developments. But, here is where it went wrong. It got bland. The story telling method, like I have mentioned before, is really bad. Like, extra-ordinarily bad. It was horribly boring as well as slow paced, making me feel like stopping everytime I’m halfway through the episode. As such, this anime had been pretty much a waste of time to me, and I realised after I dropped it that I really didn’t get that much enjoyment from this series at all. Therefore, I have dropped it. Continue reading “I regret watching Sakurada Reset”→
Whelp, I’ve dropped it. Zero kara Hajimeru Mahou no Sho had potential, but it decided to not expand upon it, instead giving us boring exposition, typical plot and generally not an enjoyable experience. Maybe to some it was pretty ok, but at the end of episode 5 I was pretty convinced that this anime was not for me. Boring and predictable plot, characters getting little to no character development, as well as many unexplained mysteries that they simply left hanging without making me want to know more about just makes this anime a waste of time to continue watching. Thus, it is dropped. Continue reading “Zero kara Hajimeru Mahou no Sho bores me”→
What a season! As I predicted, Spring 2017 is a really good season with several great anime as well as other side anime that are not bad, not to mention the many unexpectedly nice ones. Since it’s already been a month since the season started, we more or less would know which anime are bad and which are good. So, without further ado, let’s get into the exciting mid season review! Continue reading “Mid season review: Spring 2017”→
I have dropped Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai. It has many good things, such as a really good soundtrack as well as really nice animations, but its story seems to be purely promoting more and more ecchi things as well as being close to hentai overall. As such, I will not be watching Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai anymore and have decided to drop it after the 3rd episode. I only ever decided to watch 3 episodes just to see if it has actual plot advancements etc. but it only seems to be “plot” advancements. This anime was not my cup of tea, and it is dropped from my list of currently watching anime now. Continue reading “Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai is not my cup of tea”→
Note: I have to apologise for the very late post on this, since I forgot all about posting this. This first impressions will include both the first two episodes that have been aired as of the date of writing.