The first season of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is truly epic. It’s not like your typical shounen anime where the story drags on too long and feels like its overstaying it’s welcome. The first two arcs seriously felt like an epic. Not like it’s overly awesome, I mean epic as in Beowulf vs Grendel. It’s really about a story of heroism and amazing manliness in the pages of a manga. The anime captured the appeal wonderfully as you witness Jonathan and Joseph Joestar duke it out with a bunch of immortal vampires. Continue reading
An early look at next week’s issue of Shonen Jump has revealed plans for a Yorinuke Gintama.-san run of the anime this spring, along the lines of the 2010 Yorinuki Gintama.-san run. This will feature new themes and live-action adaptation cast commentary along with re-runs of the Hideaki Sorachi series’ best anime episodes.
Again we return to this amazing baseball anime that has a gripping story formula like season in the form of reaching Koshien. While also allowing the addition of new characters adds more spice to the story which continued from season 1. One of the notable additions would be Coach Ochiai. Which I won’t go into because of spoilers.
I always have a place for sport anime in my watch list, and after reading some reviews I decided to give this anime a shot. I really enjoyed Cross Game, so I thought it will be the same with this, I was wrong. It far exceeded my expectations.