Zigg looks back on a year that soared and stumbled in equal measure, and picks out the stories that shone the brightest.
Like many people, this year has been rather busy for me for a variety of reasons both personal and practical. So rather than my usual arbitrary awards show with bespoke categories, I’ll just be going through all the anime I watched in 2020 in chronological order and giving each one the words I think they deserve, for either good or ill.
With monsters rampaging in the streets, every faction scrambles both to stay alive and to find the truth.
After checking back in with HQ, Headkeeper moves back into the Imperial Capital to extract their spies and find out what exactly the Empire has been hiding.
With most of the smugglers still on the run, the Imperial Government cracks down even harder as their own corruption starts to come to light.
Headkeeper stops at a village for car repairs and come across the remnants of an Imperial research camp.
Headkeeper manages to escape to another town with Innumael in tow, but an Imperial blockade cuts off their options.
Link dump incoming.
Years after a magical cataclysm summoned monsters into the empire, a fresh-faced cadet in the Imperial Army and an unassuming delivery man get wrapped up in smuggling illegal firearms to rebellious elements.