With poor character development and almost no effort in polishing the art to make it presentable, 3D Kanojo doesn’t quite hit the mark to be considered a “good anime”.
Monthly Archives: June 2018
Continuing to gain popularity Shokugeki no Soma presents the Promotion Arc. Although the art and animation are starting to deteriorate in quality and the story being cut short to fit with the tight schedule of 12 episodes. Season three is still entertaining and builds up for the fourth season which has already been announced!Read more
Uma Musume is packed with both intense sports action as well as cute characters paired with a great soundtrack that implements both a neo-classical style with an idol style twist. And literal Dark Horse in the anime season and with a mobile game already out, there is more Uma Musume to be had!Read more
Hinamatsuri is one of the best anime I’ve seen in a long time. You get the story fluidity of a slice-of-life anime but the overall vibe of a comedy anime. The artwork and animation are incredible and well deserved.Read more
With a semi-structured backstory, Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte Kara, was both entertaining and educational with recipes for alcoholic drinks. A story about a diligent office worker who’s cute side is unleashed when she takes a sip of her favorite drinks made for an entertaining show.Read more
For a four-minute anime, Alice or Alice still manages to create interesting characters despite the use of common character tropes. That by itself deserves praise, though the story could’ve had a stronger backbone, for the type and length of time that was presented, it’s not an awful execution.Read more
Tokyo Ghoul:re gives a slightly twisted to the story that we all know and love. Through the eyes of Sasaki Haise we learn about ghouls through the eyes of a dove, a member of the CCG. With gruesome carnage and a variety of new characters, Tokyo Ghoul:re relights the flame that was seen in fans back with the first Tokyo Ghoul originally aired. And with the next Tokyo Ghoul:re season fast approaching in October of 2018, there is no better time to catch up!Read more