Story and characters: This is a story driven by it's characters, their choices and the repercussions. In the first ten episodes you follow two men, one older one who is frowned down upon by society and a second who is young and held up by society. They both get the same superpowers and one of them decides to help people and the other starts to murder them for fun. I enjoyed every second of the chacarter driven story, be it not that they decide to put the whole last conflict (and Trump for some reason) in the last episode and then force the two main characters to save a planet. If it weren't for... See full review
Lets start with saying that this is one of the worst upcoming series of the last few years. There have been shows that were plain trash and were loved because it was clear everyone was there for buts and boobs, this anime is different, it takes every anime trope and missuses it to become popular. There is Asta he's a whiny and powerless version of Naruto. He screams, he cries and is basically just a small child in a 15 year old body. but we should root for him because A: he is the main character. B: He is a underdog and C: he is the main character Then you have Yuno: the overpowered version of... See full review
Damn this show is entertaining! I've binged watched this without even stopping for a toilet break and I reccomend to anyone who needs a good laugh. Basically the story follows a stupid banana loving girl and an asexual boy as she does something pervy and he hits her on the head and feeds her bananas. There is also a nice average girl who points out how strange the things are they do, there is President Boob who has a very, very big crush on the boy and three kids, two of which are way more mature than the girl. They do all sorts of wacky stuff and you will realise how much this boy has to go through. He... See full review
Written after seeing 2 ep When I read the discription I thought it might have potential, but as a lover of original plots and interesting characters there is only one thing I can call it: BORING You have your main, how do you know he is the main? He is new, hot and everybody and goes to a former all girls school, sound familiar? He is also the only one not dressed as a girl, good in parcour and can fight of trained swordwomen with only some gloves, not OP at all *wink wink*. Let's talk about the girls then, maybe they are better? No! They are all Tsunderes or some other steriotype, they are weak, whiny... See full review
There are multible types of anime, most focus on a person or group and watch them grow while strugling to get past each obstacle (Haikyuu!! for example), there is the type where you have a OP character gets a problem which their power can't solve completly and they have to get help to save the day (Code Geass has this) and there is the type in which you look from the opponents perspective alot and see how diverent people try to take him or her out (Sakamoto, desu ga? is the perfect example of this). There are more types but these are not really relevent in One Outs. One Outs is definatly the last... See full review
Lets start with saying that it is more a entertaining series than actually a good series.
You follow a thief while he steals juwels to avenge his father, who created the identety of The Phantom Thief and was the best magician in the world but has 'died' (you never know with magicians) 8 years before the series starts. This new Phantom Thief uses magic tricks and illusions to escape from the squad constructed to him. Most of the episodes start with a bit of recorded advise from his father which he uses later in the episode, then you get a heist or a cute character moment (with Kaito being... See full review
This is written after seeing the full series.
It begins on a really harem like tone.
You get the boy, he only meets beautiful girls and they al represent a -dere type (one is instandtly in love, one is really cold and another one tries to kill him for a reason unknown). There are tons of fanservice and cute girls that you think you are in for a run of the mill harem-romance-comedy. How wrong that is. You discover (after a great deal of boobs and panty-shots) that each of the girls have a tragic past and they all have to deal with that in their own way. Most get one episode, until you come... See full review
Let's start with saying that it is good. The animation is great, the music is suporting and the characters are diverse and true to their onw nature. It is great to see how everyone strugles to come/stay on top and after a while you will most likely root for some and cheer for them no matter how well you know that it is fake. So I surely recomend this if you are looking for a really exiting sports anime. The only little downside that I found was that some things just dont make sence. For example, in episode 6 there are a 25 highscholers who have been given the instructions of climing a mountain. When... See full review
This was written after watching both seasons. Jormungand is heavely focused on its main cast, Koko and Jonah. You follow them for a large past in a series of unrelated events as they showcase more and more of who they are and what they stand for. Most episodes also feature a main-side character, which is okay since there aren't any generic or double characters. This continus up until the second half of the series where they decided to give meaning to the title and they introduce Jormungand, the ultimate plan of Koko and Miami. This is quite refreshing as the tension builds with every episode, so if you... See full review