It’s all too easy to remember the awful shows we subjected ourselves to over the course of the past year, but often much harder to remember the stuff that surprised us in the best of ways. In order to cap off 2016 on a positive note, I’d like to take this opportunity to talk a bit about those anime titles which, while not necessarily the strongest of the year, definitely exceeded expectations.
Welcome to “A Very GLORIO 2014″, our look back at the best of the past year. We’ll be featuring a different post from each of our authors everyday leading up to our top 10 shows of the year. For our next installment, Zigg muses over the good and the bad and what this year might mean for the future
Summer is generally the least interesting period of the year in the world of music, yet I must say I was pleasantly surprised at the sheer amount of enjoyable anime songs this season. I suppose the guy running many a voice actress’s lackluster soprano through Protools deserves a break as well. In any case, it’s time to select the best of the best as the season comes to its end.
Tuxedo Mask stirs up trouble all over town, causing the Sailor Guardians to become suspicious of him.
Usagi befriends the extremely tall transfer student Makoto Kino, but danger lurks in the form of an evil bride.
Both the Sailor Guardians and The Four Kings hunt for the D
Jadeite of the Four Generals attempts to destroy the Sailor Guardians, presumably by dismantling their animation budget.
Usagi becomes friends with academic ace Ami Mizuno, but the bad guys look to turn her genius to evil ends.
Usagi Tsukino is an ordinary 14 year old girl who’s clumsy and bad at her studies. One day though she rescues a mysterious talking cat and is granted the power to transform into the defender of love and justice, Sailor Moon!