The story of this anime is very good, as a second season. It does not fail to entertain. The first arc deals with Osamu Dazai’s backstory in the Port Mafia. Immediately the watcher may notice that there is a significant switch in tone from the first season. The series has traded in it’s more comedic style of presentation for a darker one. Honestly, I love this change especially considering that the series is dealing with Dazai’s backstory, a much darker story line.
The second arc takes the watcher back into the heat of action that was occurring in the first season. I have not much to say on this part as it is simply just very entertaining and interesting to learn more about the characters I love in the first season.
I was so excited when I heard the news that they would be making another anime that was similar to Working! and I must say it’s just as enjoyable to watch. It is almost quite literally the exact same show, they’re in the same location (A different Wagnaria) but with new quirky and funny characters. It’s like I’m re-watching one of my favourite shows all over, and I love it.
WWW.Working!!! is a gag anime and nothing more, so it’d seem a bit over the top at points, but this is what it has going for it. Continue reading
Shokugeki comes back with this second season! As someone that picked up the manga, I expected that now that I know everything that will happen, I wouldn’t be as much interested as before, back when I fell in love with this anime, but I was totally wrong! the pure epicness of Shokugeki no Souma is more than enough to make me as scream like a fanboy just like before.
Superheroes, Kaijuu, Super Sentai. All 3 have been long cherished by comic book guys and nerds alike around the world. But what if they were real? What if they existed at the same time in our normal day to day lives. How will we react? This is the world of Concrete Revolutio. An anime original by studio Bones. it was split between the Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 seasons, running for a total of 24 episodes. Initially, when I picked up the first half, Concrete didn’t exactly impress me. It wasn’t awful, but the early episodes were not exactly a great first impression for what was to come. And what did come is probably one of the most underappreciated anime of the past few years.
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
Ushio to Tora’s first season was fantastic in its own right. It executed itself perfectly while doing its buildup during its monster of the week phase and when it started delving into its own story. However, this last season has managed to take what the first had done and gone beyond what I ever expected, and I doubt anything else can come out this year that could top this in terms of pure quality. Continue reading