Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!: Kurenai Densetsu is successful in many ways as the sequel to the beloved TV show. With great character development for both Megumin and Yunyun as well as the introduction of the Crimson Demon Village, the movie unravels character origin stories as well as progress the main plotline of defeating the Demon Lord and his generals (unintentionally, of course).
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A major flop for Madhouse as Shoumetsu Toshi fails to appeal to the anime community. With rushed artwork and a story with a lot of plot holes and missing elements, Shoumetsu Toshi isn’t able to build the story and character that it needs to be engaging and memorable.Read more
Fun-filled ecchi happenings involving your teacher? Nande Koko ni Sensei ga is a straightforward story with questionable If you love the flow that To Love Ru offers, then try giving Nande Koko ni Sensei ga, a try!Read more
Another excellent CGDCT show with a fun cast of characters. Hitori Bocchi features punny names and lots of adorable artwork throughout the show!Read more
Riding off the hype train that was fueled by the success of the movie, Bungou Stray Dogs continues to amaze its audience with incredible art, animation, characters, and bring them all together in an impactful story.Read more
Gunjou no Magmel is one of those shows that catches your attention the first few episodes and then after a couple of months, you forget that it even existed. Though it has great art and character designs, the repetitive story, unrefined animation, and lack of any sort of development create a mundane show.Read more
While there are certain story elements that weren’t emphasized enough and a simple art style throughout, Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san still manages to be a great show. Through its tranquil soundtrack and peaceful setting, Senko-san is an easy-going show that will have you thinking back to the good old days.Read more