Nothing is great about isekai anime.
Oh, look, another military mecha anime. Excuse me, miss, how are you making the humming sound with your mouth open? So, I'm conflicted about this one. The animation is off putting in a way I can't quite put my finger on, the boob wedgies look particularly uncomfortable, and I've never been a fan of portrayals … Continue reading First Impressions: Muv-Luv Alternative
This premiere is right up my alley.
Oooo giant robots. I like giant robots. What even are you though? So, I actually did like this one. I'm not usually a fan of mecha anime, but this was really good. The premise is interesting, all the building blocks for a good show are there, and I'm fairly confident they'll be able to pull … Continue reading First Impressions: AMAIM Warrior at the Borderline
I stopped playing a video game for this.
First isekai of the season! Let's see how it does! It's fine. Typical isekai fair - bullied kid gets sent to another world, ends up OP as hell in the first five minutes, inexplicable gets attractive female to fall for him despite being as bland as bland can be, and also the show runners think … Continue reading First Impressions: The Fruit of Evolution: Before I Knew It, My Life Had It Made
Dear Makers of Anime, please stop making bad CGI and combining it with otherwise beautiful backgrounds. Please stop making bad CGI full stop. Thank you for your time, sincerely, I could not watch more than five minutes of this show before I got a headache at the goddam obvious disconnect between art styles. No. I … Continue reading First Impressions: Tesla Note
I am deeply uncomfortable.
*deep inhale* GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY as verified by wikipedia dot com This is based on a manga series by Tomoko Yamashita. It follows a the adventures of Kosuke Mikado and Rihito Hiyakawa as they exorcise ghosts and flirt shamelessly. Constant talk of 'destiny' and how 'erotic' the exorcism is is to be expected. No, seriously. The supernatural/mystery … Continue reading First Impressions: The Night Beyond the Tricornered Window