It’s been a long time since I write one of these review so I just write this down while I have some time in this weekend. Since I would upload it to my Blog, I should write this in English. So I hope fellow mindtalkers wouldn’t mind, its not as if my English is great, but somehow I’m more hype up if I write in English and it’s a good exercise for leveling up writing skill. 😛
2012 Spring series have a some good series running, my #1 pick is probably Accel World, combination between action and drama is quite intense. I love how the protagonist would struggle and push forward despite his disadvantageous. Other series action that I like is Fate Zero continuation, although some new viewer, especially non-Fate Series Fanboy unlike me quite confused and decide to drop it. Actually there’s also Zetman but since I plan to view it later (maybe) I won’t write it down.
On the comedy genre we have Kore wa Zombie Desu Ka: of The Dead, the sequel of the Kore wa Zombie series where Ayumu who become a zombie, and at the same time a Magiclad Girl (but he’s a boy) continue his struggle against Megalo (teh monsters). Other absurd comedy just like this is Haiyoru! Nyaruko-san, where cute girl aliens fight around in outrageous situation. Also more moe comedy stuff like Acchi Kocchi also good to be enjoyed with non-high-tension with cute rabu-rabu situation.
This upcoming anime season look pretty promising. Few sequel series such as Kampfer, Kami no Mi (The World God Only Knows), and Maria+Holic definitely goes to my view list. While other love-comedy stuff that I’m going take a peek probably Lotte no Omocha, Oretachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai, and Denpa Onna to Seishun Otoko. The action series that I familiar are Ao no Exorcist and Deadman Wonderland since I read the manga and both OK. Other action that looks promising probably is Hidan no Aria since it’s adopted from light novel. I also put some small review on current running series that might help you pick a series.
Spring 2011 Anime Preview Table by Cowboybibimbap (1.8 MB)
Hmm~ Not much to say but I’ll be lookin forward for Freezing, Kimi no Todoke II, Oniichan no Koto Nanka Zenzen Suki ja Nai also on my preview list so far: Mitsudomoe, Madoka Magica, Rio -Rainbow Gate-, Horou Musuko, Infinite Stratos.
The winter 2011 anime chart (1,8 MB) credits goes to thecartdriver.com
KITTTAAAA~ Finally out~
First episode is covering the part that they skipped on first season, I think this is supposed to be parallel with the Accelerator and Last Order first meeting arc. (Before Hyouka & Golem Elis appearance).
Fall 2010 Anime chartfag - warning! 1.4 MB
Autumn has fall~ and my college task also piles up like crazy. Despite that and la Nina that haunt the southeast Asia, somehow I still want to post some (or else I’ll become total wacky I think).
This season is quite special, in the beginning there’s at least 13 show that looks interesting. Buts most of all is To Aru Majutsu no Index II, can’t wait to see the most unlucky guy kick buts of the bad guys~ XD. Other that that there’s a bunch of sequels of previously famous series such as: Sora no Otoshimono – Forte, Arakawa Under the Bridge X Bridge, Motto~ To Love Ru and Super Robot Wars OG: The Inspector. (not forgetting other series, that I’m currently not quite interested, such as: Hetalia Axis Power, Hakuoki Shinsengumi Kittan, Letter Bee REVERSE, Pokemon, Fortune Arterial: Red Promise, etc.)
Anyway the shows has started last week~ so in addition this time I’ll add some short first glance review on the first episodes of the shows that I manage to get. The rating is subjective to my taste, so bear with it~
edit: added Yosuga no Sora, Motto To Love Ru review. WHERE”S MY INDEX (T__T)?!?
Another summer has come, though here there’s only dry season 😛
Summer Anime 2010 Chart, from chartfag.wordpress.com size: 1467Kb
as usual, I probably get most first episode and eliminate until 2-3 show. But the one that probably kept are Sekirei, Ookami. Can’t wait to see the Black Rock Shooter OVA (and more Aki Sora incest action muhuhu~)
Who says that ghost story can’t be entertaining for people who hate horror like me~ BakeMonogatari which literally means GhostStory, provide something different for us.
Autumn 2009 Anime Season (952 kb)
It’s already August and September means new seasons is coming. The most anticipated series probably is Darker than Black 2: Comet of Gemini, To aru Kagaku no Choudenjinbou (A Certain Scientific Railgun), and of course the second season of Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu.
Next season summary (795 KB)
It’s June already~ and I barely review things with jobs on the line and so on. Anyway looks like the series that I confirmed to follow gonna be Spice and Wolf II, I already read the novel though, and I can assure (if they they don’t change the story) it’s gonna be interesting. For this series I gonna review further (hopefully) this weekend.
Other series that might interesting to watch especially for type-moon (Fate S/N, Tsukihime, Kara no Kyoukai) fans probably CANAAN which adapted from the visual novel 428 of course by type-moon. here’s a quick quote from ANN:
The official Japanese website for the anime adaptation of Sega and Chunsoft’s 428 ~Fuusa Sareta Shibuya de~ visual novel has launched with the announcement of the anime’s official title: CANAAN. The visual novel for the Nintendo Wii tells a present-day story about a detective, a young man, a virus researcher, a freelance writer, and a cat mascot character who are brought together by bizarre events with worldwide implications in the Tokyo neighborhood of Shibuya. Sword of the Stranger director Masahiro Ando (not to be confused with the similarly named Sailor Moon animation director Masahiro Ando) is overseeing the animators at P.A. Works (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex: Solid State Society, Darker than BLACK).
And, well ecchi anime lovers probably gonna wait for Princess Lover! which totally looks like another Harem anime which is adapted from *cough*eroge*cough*. For other interesting series that I gonna peek is probably Bakemonogatari.
Hmm~ for fan who didn’t get enough just by 13 episodes, looks like their pray has been answered. Although they must be patient…
Here’s a quote from ANN
Second Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu TV Anime Green-Lit
posted on 2009-02-05 04:18 EST A “Dengeki no Kanzume” pamphlet enclosed in Isuna Hasekura and Jū Ayakura’s Spice and Wolf X light novel has announced that production on a second season of the Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu television anime has been green-lit. Like the first series that ran in 2008, the new project adapts Yūsaku Igarashi’s otaku romance comedy light novel about a boy who discovers that his high school’s most unattainable girl is a secret otaku. Mamiko Noto and Wataru Hatano lead the cast by reprising their roles as the girl, Haruka Nogizaka, and the boy, Yūto Ayase, respectively. Similarly, Munenori Nawa (D.C.S.S. ~Da Capo Second Season~, Kiss×sis) will return to direct. Series script supervisor Tsuyoshi Tamai (Inukami!, Strike Witches) and character designer Satoshi Ishino (Excel Saga, Puni Puni Poemy) also return from the first season. The first season’s Studio Barcelona is producing the animation again under its new name, Diomedea. (The studio reformed and changed its name last November.) The same “Dengeki no Kanzume” pamphlet also confirmed the summer premiere of the Spice and Wolf II television series and the April premiere of the Asura Cryin’ television anime adaptation.
Source: 2ch Image © Yūsaku Igarashi/ASCII MediaWorks/Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu Production Committee