So I was bored and this came to my Youtube recommendation and well, a few hours later I have finished watching the whole 12 episodes. I really enjoyed it. I didn't thought I would enjoyed this as much as i did. It really gave me Haikyuu vibes - which is the biggest complement I can give out to any anime or manga. I absolutly love haikyuu and it made me almost as happy as i would had been if I was watching haikyuu. And the fact that a lot of the VA's and Yuuki hayashi - the music person was also on haikyuu, made it felt like home for me. It is a good anime. The animantion quality is... See full review
This is a very light-hearted anime. So if you want to watch something fun and funny without complex characters or a heavy plot I would recommend you this. I loved the animation. And the music was fun. Not just the opening or the ending song but the background music was really good. The characters aren't that complex. Which is refreshing. Not everything has to have heavy trauma to be interesting. The problems they had were somewhat simple and easily resolved. Which made sense with the pace and the tone of this anime. The story isn't really bad. It was funny. And easy to follow. It was... See full review
I was very excited about this. Unfortunately, it didn't live up to my expectations.
The animation itself was good. The opening and the ending song are definitely on the list of my favorite.
It was the story part of the anime that I didn't like. In the beginning, we were introduced to this great young setter who isn't much of a team player. And because of his introverted nature and miscommunications, things happen. He moves to a new school and joins a new team.
It set up to be a story about him believing more in his team and being a team player. But the anime gave us nothing that would show how... See full review
I really enjoyed this. The quality of the animation is god-tire. The opening & endings both were great. Specifically the ending in the first half of the season, that slapped! Story wise I won't judge it much right now as we still don't know much of what is going on, ' the bigger plot'. So really excited for season 2!See full review
What I realy enjoyed about Talentless Nana is the story. I webt into the anime without even reading the synopsis except a few things that I ahve heard about it. And at the end of the first episode, my jaw was on the floor. Beacuse I did not expected the story go that way just from the get go. It was a great feeling. I really enjoyed the first few episodes. With the plottwist within the plottwist, it was amazing. The last few episodes were a little slow and I was a little dissapointed with how the season ended but I ahve really looking forward to the second season. I like the characters. I... See full review
As someone who was re-introduced to anime through Haikyuu, I was egarly waiting for this season. What I really love about Haikyuu is the story telling and the characters. It feels realistic and real. And that makes Haikyuu one of a kind. And same thing happen with this season as well. I loved the story. I absolutly love the characters. The OST tracks are one of the best. If I do have to so say one bad thing about this season, then it would about the outsourced epsidoes animation. The bench mark that had been set is too high and those (1 episode & a few places in another episode)... See full review