I will start by saying that the story of this anime is absolutely amazing. It's your typical weak to strong hero journey but it's truly well done. I haven't read the manga but it seems like it goes even deeper into the plot. Now that that's out of the way, let's focus on other aspects. The weakest aspect in my opinion is obviously the quality. 3D cgi simply does not work. There's no way around it. It doesn't matter how great your stories or characters are, if the delivery is weak, it will definitely impact the overall quality of the show. If a studio can't properly make a show, don't do it. Stop with the... See full review
Well that was fun. I wasn't expecting it to actually make me laugh. It's silly and over the top but you almost never get tired of the jokes. I didn't even know it was possible to make that many sex jokes. Overall, a very light anime to enjoy on Sunday morning.See full review
Sometimes you watch something and you're like "what was that?". Well this anime is that. It was boring but quite intriguing at first. And I have to say the calm atmosphere of the setting made me continue to watch it. It's rare to see anime on simple everyday life interactions. But slowly several plotlines started to pop up and I got confused as hell. I thought we would see some kind of analysis on the different characters and their daily life struggles but it was just hinted at without any depth. It mainly focused on the story of one character which, towards the end got accelerated. It went from... See full review
I thought it would be like Isekai Quartet at first since it has a similar art but it's not that good tbh. The humor is barely there and the plot, although interesting, is badly executed. I would they would tackle common fantasy rpg tropes or something in a fun way but it falls flat. It's more of a joke of a joke than something well thought out. Do studios have money to throw out the window like that? If so then there are hundreds of good manga out there waiting to be animated.See full review
I mean, we all know why we are watching it right? I actually found this specific genre randomly and found it quite intriguing. Since then I sometimes partake in research with my fellow men of culture to discover the secrets of the universe. Such is the vow we made when we decided to take on this mantle of cultured people. But I won't give it a high score cause it wasn't really creative. It coud have been more fun... or cringe depending on how you twist it. It just felt repetitive and the personalities of the girls, aside for maybe the kuudere and the yandere, weren't that impressive. It felt too much like... See full review
Why are yall giving it such a bad score, its cute and all lmao ! Especially the badboy and the gentleman capybara. BEST ANIME EVER, fight me.See full review
If I were to resume this season of MHA in one word it would be : Boring. *This review may contain mild SPOILERS* As someone who loved last season and cried my balls out I came in this season excited and boy was I disappointed. I liked the first episode. I thought it did a good job of closing Midoriya and All might arc. Or so I thought. First of all I didn't read the manga and I don't really care about what happened there, it has no value in an anime review. - Characters : Midoriya is the main character, he's supposed to take the mantle of All might and become the new symbol of justice. That's something... See full review
Every season you find a show that is mostly slept on by people because it's not shonenesque enough and so doesn't appeal to the bigger audience in the anime community. This is one of them.
I was drawn in from the first scene of the first episode. It was so intriguing, no explanation, the action just starts and you follow a character and discover everything in the world with him, it was amazing. I can also see why it might push some people away because it can get confusing. But i'm a huge mystery fan so I thought the concept of the show was interesting. Fast forward to the 7th episode, which is the... See full review
I'm a huge Isekai fan, and that is to say Isekai in the large sense of the term. I consider every show where a character lives in a world setting different than his original one an Isekai. So this show started pretty good, I'd say the first 19 minutes of the first episode were great. The world was slowly explained, we got introduced to various characters and I really liked it overall. Imagine a game where every single action you take is permanent. No reset nothing and it goes on forever. Typically when you kill a mob or NPC they just come back to life if you reboot the game or buy a new one. In this world... See full review
If you're here it means you already watched the first season or read the manga. If not then what are you waiting for? Just a short review since there is nothing special to add. If you love seeing Kaguya's face then you'll be served. The range of Kaguya's emotions keeps on growing and I couldn't be happier. These first few episodes were heavily Kaguya focused and her character developed even more. She's more in tune with the feelings and emotions. I can see the climax coming soon. The rest of the crew is still as funny and energetic as before. And I can even see a hint of character development for... See full review
This review contains SPOILERS so read at your own risk.
Now let's get down with this shall we?
What is happening in Shounen world? I'm in no way a purist who only loves old stories and criticize everything new. I love Isekai stories which are loathed by many. I watch different genres, the weirder the better. I don't like elitism and gate keeping in the community because it also prevents us from moving forward. But I got to say, the future of the industry is not looking good quality wise. I have 3 main problems. Plot, Character development and power levels. Animation is a bonus. - Plot : So we... See full review
My review is a bit biased because I am reading the manga but this is the story that introduced me to the whole isekai otome game sub-genre. I feel grateful that the first story I read was the best in the whole genre. This is just a sweet and lovely anime. Do not come here with preconceived notions on what a good story should be cause it will kill your experience. Let yourself enjoy this new thing and follow along the adventures of "Bakarina" as she tries to prevents herself from meeting a bad end. Although the anime fast forwards a bit it still shows us each and every single character's personal... See full review
This is not a groundbreaking show. In fact it isn't even a show. When I saw the first episode I thought it was just mindless anime I'll play in the background which it is in some way. Just 3 minutes of moe. Nothing much to say. I only knew it was an add by reading comments if not I would have seen it as another slice of life aimed at kids which i'm fond of when I try to relax. So cute characters, generally with a character archetype personality doing silly things. In that case playing a card game. I think it's fun and it's not trying to take itself too seriously or make some grandiose statement. Watch it... See full review
Lmao these other reviews are taking this way too seriously. This is the type of show you watch while doing something else or juste before sleepling (that's what I did). You don't come here expecting a piece of art, just a quick laugh here and there. It's just a way to lighten your mood so it's impossible to give it an accurate score. But I have to say the cat was quite a good villain hahah.See full review
Listen, if you are not (wo)men of culture this is not for you. But if you are, you'll enjoy the heck out of it.See full review
Sigh... Here we go again.
It's really hard for us, hardcore isekai fans to defend the genre when shows like this get an adaptation. It would hurt nobody if it stayed in the abyss of mangaland with its fanbase but they had to bring it to animeland. As a manga reader I can tell you this show is bad and it doesn't get better. It's like a different version of Kenja no Majo.
The premise as usual with those stories is interesting. You have an mc that gets isekai'd in a medieval fantasyland but with a twist. He enters the body of the 5 years old child of a lowly noble family somewhere in the... See full review