ChaoS;Child episode 10 sees this series continue to chug on at the level of quality it apparently is satisfied with – namely, better then Occultic;Nine, but, still far short of being good. So, in that respect, there’s nothing noteworthy about this episode. However, the flashback scenes in this episode crystallized to me one of the problems this anime faces.
That problem is the production staff doesn’t care enough to try to make ChaoS;Child a good anime.
For the first time in slightly more than a year, I can say that I’m completely caught up on all the currently airing anime series that I want to watch. It’s nice not having that feeling like I’m missing something good and it’s nice to have a large group of shows that I’m watching that fit the various different types of series I want to watch.
One star of this season is Kuzu no Honkai (Scum’s Wish). Though, I’ve decided I don’t like calling it Scum’s Wish because I think the word “scum” is a bit too harsh to describe the main characters and it conflicts with my desire to see all the characters end up genuinely happy. (Yes, even the music teacher.) So, I’m using the Japanese title because that removes the problem for this English speaker.
The penultimate episode to Shirobako, episode 23, removed what little doubt I had that 2015 could possibly feature a better anime then Shirobako. Much like last year at this point of time, when I knew Hunter x Hunter had no need to worry about anyone rivaling it, I know I’ll spend the rest of this year looking for which anime will earn the number 2 spot in my year end countdown. There are many scenes from this episode of Shirobako that make the episode so memorable but there’s a small scene that really drives home how great this anime is.
Normally, I’d leave discussing why I dropped a series for the mid-season post or season review post because, much like a child, one shouldn’t reinforce bad behavior by drawing attention to it. However, episode 6 of Majimoji Rurumo really got my blood boiling and I’m not going to be satisfied with just burying it amongst all the praise I’ll have for other series like Sabagebu! and Barakamon at a later point; so, here we are.
My brain broke a few days ago and I hope talking about the cause – Hunter x Hunter episode 116 – will start the healing process because I have a slew of mediocre to good anime series I’m watching right now that I’d like to finish and, right now, I have utterly no desire to do so.
Long time, no see everyone. 🙂 I’ve been working on a couple more substantial posts lately but I couldn’t pass up mentioning the latest episode of Milky Holmes Season 3 aka the Let’s gut Milky Holmes of everything remotely good and replace it with nothing Season.
Now, it’s true that this season of Milky Holmes has been a huge disappointment so far but episode 11 saw our two main characters introduce a new direction to the show that just might salvage this season.
Per my anti-spoiling policy I’ll be tucking the rest of this post below the fold so I won’t accidentally spoil future readers perusing this blog.