The 2013 Winter anime season continued to ride the wave of interesting and unique series that began in late 2012. Accordingly a few new shows have been added and some old favorites have advanced to their final stages.
The list is all shuffled as the new and old collide! Check it out to see which new series ranked higher than most of the oldies, and which series took the honorable title of best anime of the Winter season. Continue reading
How can a series with an unpromising plot improve? By returning back to the past and developing one of the characters that up to this moment remained in the sidelines. Episode 12 of Psycho-Pass does just that by telling Kunizuka Yayoi’s personal story. As it turns out her story is arguably the best piece shown in the series so far. But there’s a problem: Yayoi’s emotional past and strong personality completely overshadows Akane, leaving some question marks hanging in the air. Continue reading
The 2012 autumn season was a promising one. It had many fresh series, some of which turned out to be good against all odds. But as always there are a few bad series in the mix and one undeniable ugly series that – if you let it – will waste your time for one thousand and one nights. Continue reading
A wise old man once said: “with a great season of anime comes great responsibility”. Okay, maybe he didn’t. Nevertheless after arguably two slow seasons we are finely experiencing a flood of quality anime. Some I will be writing about for the first time. Others I’ve already covered in my first impression posts and will check back and see how they fare. Continue reading