In Jel’s absence, the crew chats about this season’s usual anime lineup and sneaks in some Kamen Rider talk.
In addition to our regularly scheduled anime, we chat about Evangelion 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a Time and the debut of Fena: Pirate Princess.
Anime might not be good this season, but at least it’s… interesting? We continue to analyze the shows we are watching, including the previously impossible concept of a bad baseball episode.
We discuss a few new shows trickling in while coming to terms with the shows we’re watching this season, including possibly hitting the backlog.
For unexplained reasons, an ordinary Japanese high school has been pulled into another dimension, with 36 seniors still inside. What’s more, some of them have developed unusual superpowers.Thinking the school is in danger of falling into anarchy, a small group take it upon themselves to govern the rest of students.
In Japan, 2041, adherence to or even belief in any kind of religion, spiritual movement, or supernatural phenomena has been completely outlawed. As a security force is tasked with tracking down and incarcerating anyone found guilty of committing such a crime, two brothers have seemingly broken free of a research lab and are on the run, and must keep their psychic abilities hidden for fear of alerting the authorities.
Akira Shiroyanagi is an introverted schoolboy whose only interest is games. One day he’s confronted by a monstrous being who attempts to kill him, then recruited by a mysterious lady named Mion to be part of a superpowered series of deadly duels.
Guess what’s back, back again?
We talk about a lot of shows we probably will not be watching by next episode, but it’s not all bad, right? …right???
Everything trash about anime in one complete package.
Ryuuhei, a high schooler in Shibuya, Tokyo, is bitten by a mysterious cat-like creature named Tris. He is soon transported to an alternative realm populated by ancient and deadly entities that he is tasked to defeat as a “Knocker Up”, alongside a cast of fellow superpowered fighters.
What if Momotaro but on the sidelines (or, “Riverside”) there were additional peaches and those peaches became horny ogre hunters?
A high school chemistry teacher diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer turns to manufacturing and selling methamphetamine in order to secure his family’s future.
Eighteen-year-old Fuuka Miyazawa decides to take an impromptu vacation to Okinawa after she fails to realize her dreams as an idol in Tokyo. There, she meets Kukuru Misakino, the self-appointed director of a local aquarium.
Misumi Makoto is transported to another world, but is banished to its very edge. He befriends various monstrous species and makes powerful beings into his slaves.
Kobayashi and Tohru are confronted by a new chaos dragon named Ilulu. Tohru manages to stop her from destroying the city, but now Ilulu wishes to learn more about Tohru’s relationship with Kobayashi.
Uramichi Omota is a former gymnast who is currently employed as the star of a popular children’s television show. He’s extremely unhappy with his life, and it’s starting to affect his work.
A young duke, known to us simply as Bocchan, was cursed by a witch when he was just a child. As a result, anything he touches dies. Though his family has abandoned him, he’s served by his ever-loyal maid Alice, who enjoys nothing more than teasing the easily-flustered duke.
It’s been years since Ryoma Nagare, Hayato Jin, and Musashi Tomoe saved the planet from the Dinosaur Empire. Things have taken a turn for the worse as insectoid monsters have emerged to wage a new war on mankind. Now, a new generation of Getter pilots must save the world. Ryoma’s son Takuma, the hybrid saurian Kamui, and the clairvoyant Baku Yamagishi pilot Getter Robo Arc against Earth’s newest foe.
Some random guy finds himself on a suspiciously spacious plane with a mysterious suitcase — upon which he is promptly roped into assisting a brilliant detective who is coincidentally also a middle school girl. Together they fight a guy whose ear spouts tentacles, visit a school festival and have a lot of magniloquent conversations about nothing. At best.