For an anime that I used to call my favourite, it sure dropped. Haha...
Eitherway, Kotoura-san has one of the most impactful first episodes I've seen, and while the rest of the show pales in comparison, I still found it to be a fun ride. A reason why I liked it so much is that I binged watched it. When I binge watch shows, I usually like them! Eitherway, the characters are easily the highlight of the show, Kotoura especially.
Infinite Stratos definitely holds up as a fun mecha show. For ecchi standards, it's actually really good. The harem is one of the better ones I've seen, and, while Ichika is a dense fuck, most of the characters are pretty good, for the most part. While I was disappointed with the ending, and the lack of action scenes I expected, it's stil a fun show, especially for an ecchi anime.
A fun show, similar to the concept of Unlimited Fafnir and IS (Girls having some special power, and now some guy becomes the only man to have it), although not really anything special, it was still a fun watch.
A nice school show with a lot of things that set it apart from most regular slice of life shows. With all the supernatural elements involved, it's actually very unique. Definitely a fun watch, but the episode order is quite confusing.
And then there's the Endless 8...
Similar to Persona 4's anime, a very solid video game based anime. Lovable character adaptions, and the fights were just effin crazy. Had one of the best anime movies for sure. Just like P4, if you can't get the game (Which makes sense as this one is a lot more rare), this is hands down worth a watch.
Got a bunch of mixed thoughts, but for an incomplete series so far, it's not bad at all. Very solid anime up until the last 3 or so episodes. Great characters, and makes you really question the true "good guys" and all other sorts of morals. Unfortunately the last few episodes had a lot of forced stuff, such as the most forced fight ever, and the most forced and ENTIRELY POINTLESS death in the show. But for what it was, it's a solid, yet dark "anyone can die" show that I'd recommend if you're into that stuff.
Sure, it's boring slice of life stuff, but it's humour kept me coming back. Absolutely love everything about the humour, it's right up my alley. Plus Konata being an absolute god of a character, made the show for me. I also felt like there was actually progression in this show, which is certainly different compared to all the other slice of life shows below this. Very cute show, would recommend this show for its humour alone.
During the winter season, this was almost the exact opposite of Absolute Duo. Had a really meh start, but actually got pretty good as it progressed. A little disappointed at the sudden/out of place ending, but for what it was I enjoyed it. It's very similar to Infinite Stratos just without the mechs, if you enjoyed that, you'll like this.
For what it is, it's pretty good for an anime based off of a video game. It handles the social links well, the characterisation is still there, and while it defies the game here and there with the persona system, I didn't mind it because it still managed to show variety in all of the different personas. It's a solid adaption of the game, and if you for some reason can't get it, I'd highly recommend the watch.
Gigantic mixed bag with Kill la Kill. On one hand, good action scenes, wacky yet lovable animation, but still a fun watch, at least while watching it.
On the other hand, Ryouko is a very back and fourth character. Some times she's actually pretty cool, other time she's a pathetic poorly written edgy piece of shit. The main villains weren't that good either, Nui is a bitch in ever way. However, Satsuki and the Elite 4 made up for those guys.
Alright, nothing really special, and while lacking in the character department, it did have a nice ending. A few surprising twists too. Not really much else to say haha.
Absolute. Comedy. GOLD!
You watch this show for the characters and humour. The plot is non-existent sure, but you don't watch Sergeant Frog for plot. Sure it lacks progression, but once again, that's not what you watch this show for. It's humour, some of the best humour ever.
Stupid cheesey pokemon, I can't not enjoy this. Sure it's dumb, but it's family friendly dumb, and it has a ton of nostalgic value to me. Plus, Ash's Sceptile is the best one of Ash's pokemon period, extremely satisfied with the final May VS Ash battle and how it ended in general, and it's just stupid dumb pokemon fun.
Episodes 1 - 9 might be the most boring things I've ever seen. I never really found much development or progression at all, at least for Renji's story. Hiro's story was alright, and was definitely the superior of the two.
Then the last 3 episodes happened. 3 of the best episodes of anime I've ever seen, period. Absolutely beautifully done, absolutely 100% satisfied with how both routes, and the anime in general ended. If the past 9 episodes were better, this would be at least Top 20 material.
Ehhhhhh don't really remember much from this one. Really similar to Supernatural Battles and Seitokai no Ichizon, but its humour is the one that best relates to my own. Absolutely filled with gaming references everywhere, but can get extremely boring since it's just a slice of life anime. However, I feel as if, while not much, there is at least SOME progression.
Not nearly as good as I remember it to be, but it's alright. However, it does take a while to get to where it gets good. Good fight scenes, absolutely amazing second OP, and it's a fun ride once it really starts up.
Don't watch Soul Eater NOT tho.
LIKE THE FUCKING PLAGUE!
You watch this show for the ending. It can't be said any better than that.
Otherwise, I don't care for this show that much at all. Didn't really find the characters too interesting, and all it did was build up to the ending. Which is one of the best EVER.
Similar to Disgaea and Rosario + Vampire, it's a fun little anime that, while it's not that good of an anime, I still enjoyed it nonetheless. It helped me get into the Neptunia games, and I always have a little soft spot for it.
Don't really remember too much from this one, but incredible twist on the magical girl genre. Incredibly dark, and if you're into that stuff, you'll like this. The ending isn't really that good though.
It's alright, fun little ecchi anime here. Just a bit of fun to watch with a nice little cast of characters. The only thing I can really describe it as is just a fun little ride. You get what you see with this one.
Actually did a review on this one, but I'll just say it again. Hands down the most deteriorating anime I've seen. It started off SO well, unique, great cast of characters, but then turned incredibly meh with awful animation, repetitive songs, and the worst written villain ever.
The OP is still one of the best things to grace the Earth tho.
This show is just... there. It's more boring than anything, it at least switches things up by adding super powers, but what's the point when they're hardly used?
The title feels like the biggest false advertisement ever. There are hardly any "supernatural battles", just a really boring "romance" slice of life.
Guilty pleasure if anything. It's not a good anime, it feels like an anime designed for a family friendly audience despite what audience Disgaea is actually aimed for, but I won't deny I at least had a bit of a fun time watching it. It also really picked up in the last few episodes, ESPECIALLY episode 11, one of the best episodes I've seen. And it made me appreciate the god of a character that is Laharl.
Ehhhhh. I don't really care for this anime much. While I like Louise, she is an absolute bitch sometimes, Saito's dub voice is painful, and everyone else is just a douchebag to Louise and Saito fo the sake of being a douchebag. I had to force myself through the second season, a year after I watched the first one. And I REALLY can't be bothered to watch the rest tbh.
I fell asleep during this anime.
In all seriousness, it's alright at most. It's got good comedy, it's just that besides that, it's boring as FUCK. Very few characters aside from the main cast, the animation is really meh, and overall I didn't feel any progression from this anime at all.
Looking back on it I can say I at least enjoyed the first season a little bit, not as much as when I was watching it, but still a bit.
The second season is the worst thing to exist ever. Minami and Himeji become two of the worst female leads ever, and Miharu becomes one of the biggest bitches I've ever seen. The plot is almost the same thing for a set amount of episodes, and it's just overall not pleasant.