I love watching anime that can stir my emotions up, Kuzu no Honkai did just that - within the first three minutes of the anime I had my eyes rolling to the back of my head. I haven't watched a romance anime in a minute and was surely expecting this anime to be another one of those cliché romance anime I can check off once I was done with it as completed in my anime repertoire. But boy was I wrong; Kuzu no Honkai was so God damn messy, however I was here for all of what Kuzu no Honkai gave me though.
Riding off the coattails of my previous post, here's another quick "Five Reasons to Watch"-type of writeup; this time on Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen. The last time I watched the first season of Ao no Exorcist was back in high school, so the second season came out quite a while after that, and wrapped up not too long ago. Although Kyoto Fujouou-hen does have it's fair share of "issues," I'd rather focus on the positives of the sequel since they did outweigh the cons.
Here are my thoughts on Amachu! I've been meaning to watch this anime, since it's related to one of my favourite anime of all time, so I got around to finishing the anime not too long ago. I'm quite content with this twelve episode- long anime so I thought I'd jot down a few points on what I think about the anime, and covey to you why you should watch it as well!
A brief synopsis of the anime before I start: slice of life anime that follows the lives of a group of high schoolers that are part of a diving/ scuba diving club. The story focuses on a vibrant girl nicknamed, Pikari, and her friend "Teko" who happens to be an extremely shy girl, attempting to try new activities. Episodic anime, following the shenanigans of these kids, not too plot heavy.
First blogpost of 2017... almost two months in. Sorry for the lack of posts, I've been preoccupied with young adult pre-occupations, work, and school. I'll try my best to write more often, since I enjoy writing! To start off, this writeup will contain spoilers, so don't read any further if you have not seen Soushitsu!
So I was so excited to watch Soushitsu, yet by the end of this movie I have to label this as my least favourite out of the four so far... but still enjoyable! I felt like this movie was going to be the best so far since it focused on Sora, who I think is the most "character diverse" figure out of the gang. Didn't feel that way though since the last two episodes had me in slight confusion. Anyhow, here are my thoughts on Digimon Adventure Tri Soushitsu, after watching it a few days ago. This post is going to be different from my other Digimon Tri reviews where I'm just going to list and elaborate on aspects that I enjoyed and disliked about Soushitsu.