This is the second part for the non romance series.
As the season starts to wind down, it’s time that I write about my thoughts on each series. Since I had 14 shows to watch this season, I have many favorites for every occasion.
Watched immediately on the day it’s aired: Ballroom e Youkoso and Katsugeki/Touken Ranbu
During dinner: Isekai Shokudou, Tsurezure Children, Centaur no Nayami, and Keppeki Danshi! Aoyama-kun
In-between series: Gamers!
Saved the best for last: Youkai Apartment no Yuuga na Nichijou
To make it not a one long post, I’ve decided to break it into two posts. The romance series will be discussed first. For the other half, please continue to the next post.
So far I’ve been enjoying this season’s lineup. Please refer to the previous post if you’re interested in what I’m watching.
Now onto the main topic I want to share with you all today. I’m adding another romance to the list which is Enmusubi no Youko-chan (Fox Spirit Matchmaker)! Would not have discovered it if my usual go-to chart site was down for maintenance a few days ago (and is not tracking this anime’s episode countdown?) which led me to check another site and that’s how I stumbled upon this series that I did not recognized.
If you’re looking for heartbreaking love stories, then this is for you~
This season’s lineup is quite interesting including many in the romance category. Compared to last season, I didn’t find much romance or full episode length series to watch. Now that the new season has begun it’s a whole different story!
Note: This will be my personal watching list for the season and may not contain all romance series! Even though some shows may not be listed here and if you are interested in them, by all means check them out.
Continue reading “Summer 2017 Anime”
By now, I have at least seen or heard of most shoujo romance anime out there and probably the ones that are well known… which led me to look up series that were underrated. One title caught my interest and was mentioned by several others. It’s called Emma – A Victorian Romance and surprisingly a title I was not familiar with.
The show aired in 2005 and has two seasons. Don’t let the early 2000s art, stop you from watching. As for my own opinion on art style in general, it doesn’t really matter unless it’s really bad that my eyes can’t take it. In this case, it’s fine. Actually, I like the realism vibe it has. It sort of make sense since it’s historical and the creator put in a great amount of detail to depict the Victorian era. (Another amazing historical anime I recommend is Showa Genroku Rakugo Shinju which I finished before watching Emma. I’ll make sure to write a review later.)
Continue reading “Emma – A My Cup of Tea Anime”