Did your favorite shows make the cut? What did we choose for #1 and why is it Eromanga-sensei? Read on!
In his annual musing, Zigg talks about how he was surprised (in both good and bad ways) by many of the shows which came out this year.
2017, despite being something of a garbage fire of a year, ended up being pretty good for anime. Between some original standouts, old franchises returning to form, and some excellent adaptations, anime is as fresh as it’s ever been, even in the face of some truly offensive offerings. As my life gets busier, I find I end up watching less than I’d like, but nonetheless, here’s my arbitrary list of awards that give me an excuse to talk about some of that anime.
As is our custom, the GLORIO crew will be posting a variety of retrospectives on anime, music, drama, and whatever else we want to talk about that happened in 2017. As is also our custom, I’ll be kicking things off with my favorite anime moments of the year.
If you go about doing a season preview, it is only obvious you also close off on a season review. In The Wrap-Up, all of our contributors get to shine a spotlight on the show they thought to be the very best of the past few weeks, as well as reflect back on the preview to see which…
In 2013, Trigger dared to save anime and bring joy into our cold dead hearts with the original Little Witch Academia OVA. In 2015, they threatened us with smiles and magic yet again with Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade. In 2017, could they make lightning strike thrice? We share our closing thoughts on Trigger’s latest original anime TV series.
It’s the last Roundup of the season and we say goodbye to… not much actually. Sakura Quest and Bahamut are continuing into summer and thanks to some delays Tsukigakirei and Atom: The Beginning will be ending after the start of next season. So… farewell, Little Witch Academia, we’ll see you when you finally get officially released on Netflix.