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Blayde MacRonan wrote:
I've enjoyed the second season of Overlord so far, the second episode wasn't quite what I expected.

I'm a bit curious now; what were you expecting?

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And FMA: Brotherhood has returned to Netflix... with all the episodes available for viewing.

Oh now they have all the episodes, do they? NOW they FINALLY have the last thirteen episodes available?! Those *10 minutes of cursing later*-holes!!!


Darling in the FranXX was more enjoyable than I expected - at the very least, I'm curious to see where this goes.

Overlord is, alas, following the novels closely enough to spend a lot of time focusing on non-Nazarick characters. (I suppose it helps with the worldbuilding, but I've always felt the series was strongest when the denizens of Nazarick are the main focus.) Still watchin' it, though. XD

Aaaaaand my most anticipated series (Fate/Extra Last Encore) isn't out yet. XD Still about eight days to go there.


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Rednal wrote:
Overlord is, alas, following the novels closely enough to spend a lot of time focusing on non-Nazarick characters. (I suppose it helps with the worldbuilding, but I've always felt the series was strongest when the denizens of Nazarick are the main focus.) Still watchin' it, though. XD

If this cour follows the same pattern as the last one - and the opening theme strongly suggests that it will - then it's going to adapt the fourth, fifth, and sixth novels, which certainly aren't bad. But I really hope that we'll get a cour after this one, covering the seventh, eighth, and ninth novels, where things start to take a darker turn.


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Crunchyroll just added Good Luck Girl to their catalog. If you haven't seen it before it's a big pile of crazy fun and well worth watching.

Can confirm that Good Luck Girl is a lot of fun. It also feels like a blast from the past... the style of it feels very early 2000s. Plus, like most comedy anime, I watched the dub and I can confirm that its pretty good.

I've been slowly chipping away at an overwhelmingly huge backlog of shows to check out. Here's two of them:

91 Days was a prohibition era mobster drama that went relatively light on the anime tropes to deliver a pretty interesting story. I was surprised how gripping the drama and suspense were, I don't expect much of that from anime anymore. Great pacing and some unexpected twists too!

Samurai Flamenco lampoons tokusatsu heroes by placing ordinary people who desperately want to be them in the real world. Its awfully funny. Until suddenly it decides that it actually wanted to be a zany tokusatsu show all along! Seriously, this series does a hard turn into unfunny, tacky silliness at episode 7 and never looks back. Eventually I couldn't watch it anymore.


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Blayde MacRonan wrote:


Boy, I tell you... the things that I expected to happen in RWBY, these last couple of episodes threw all of it out the window. Not sure that I approve of all of it, but I can't wait for episode 14, the season finale.
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I agree, though I worry that ep14 will end on a cliffhanger after all the stuff they've pulled lately. Last few eps have been blindsides left and right .

My thoughts on the rest of the stuff this season so far

Overlord...Interesting so far but also the first couple episodes of season 1 was more attention grabbing than this one.

Katana Maidens...yeah this is not what I was expecting for this show, I was expecting a tropey rehash but the direction they've gone caught me off guard.

A Place Farther than the Universe... So far nice slice of life with a really different topic. Dialog feels a little ham fisted at times, and serendipity is a bit heavy but an interesting watch.

Citrus...moving on....

Darling in the FranXX...It's a Trigger show so I'll probably end up loving it regardless, but first episode didn't grab me the way they normally do.

Record of Gancrest War... Feels like someone couldn't get the rights to Suikoden so they made this.

A Ryou's Work is Never Done...interesting info about Shogi stuck between cringe, probably tolerate for a while to see how it goes.

Laid Back Camp...Encouragement of Climb 3.0..as an Eagle Scout and hiking and camping enthusiast myself I look forward to either complaining about the flaws, and/or congratulating them on accuracy depending.

Still need to find time to checkout Violet Evergarden, Mitsuboshi Colors, Seven Deadly Sins Part 2, and Killing Bites


Whats wrong with citrus?


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hmm..Technically speaking there isn't anything 'wrong' per se I just have a thing about abusive unhealthy relationships, and this so far just reminds me of the one from last season NTR. Maybe it'll get better, I seem to agree with you alot on media so ill keep watching for now so we'll see.


So this season, stealing what I've opined elsewhere and updating a bit:

Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Eh, this one didn't really do it for me. Mostly because the spin-off where they have a kid is the same thing over again, and I realize whathisface is a total masochist with no brains.

Sora yori mo Tooi Basho:
Backgrounds are amazing but the characters are too flat and shiny, causing a serious visual disconnect for me. Characters aren't remarkable, events are boring so far. Only seen two episodes, may watch more.

Citrus
I started on the manga but it didn't catch my interest. Probably give this one a miss.

Cardcaptor Sakura- Clear Card Arc
CLAMP: You know how you really liked CCS?
Audience: yeah, that one was super cute and fun
CLAMP: and how we gave you a second story arc that was basically the same as the first, only shorter and less interesting?
Audience: um, yes?
CLAMP: well, here we are again with the same thing for a third time
Audience: ....
Audience: eh, Sakura is still cute and big bro is still awesome. Let's see where it goes

Chou you Bing
If you liked the parody aspect of Excel Saga or Bikini Warriors, this isn't as good but still manages to be amusing. Pokes fun at fantasy, primarily. Crap animation quality.

Violet Evergarden
In not-Europe in the wake of not-WWI, some special forces girl who only knows how to follow orders is trying to learn how to be a Real Boy girl. Art and animation is lovely, and unlike that Antarctica one the character art doesn't clash with the backgrounds. It's very quiet and slow, but manages to not be entirely boring. Not sure if the story and characters will be worth it, but I'll give it a few more episodes.

Killing Bites
Therianthropes are used as pit fighters for giant companies. The guys are genuinely bestial in their battle forms, girls are, naturally, still mainly human with a few odd tufts of hair, tails and kemomimi. And giant boobs. A generic bunch of characters, but the MC isn't a high-school student, and the main girl has to take care of him against her will, so it's not the most cliche set-up, just close to it.
I doubt I'll bother watching another one.

Beatless
Rogue AIs escape. Obviously, they are all shaped like hot young scantily-clad chicks with oversized weapons. MC is a high-school student living alone with his little sister and had a thing for the lesser humanoid AIs that abound in society, and of course one of these robot chicks saves his life and wants him to become her new owner, because 100% autonomous AIs need owners. Combat, cliche and primitive discussions about the nature of true sentience. Looks like something between Chobits and GitS. The world-building is, apart from the robot chicks, quite fascinating. A lot of thought has been put into how increasing automation and computer power will affect life. It remains to be seen if they have truly done their homework, but it looks promising. I'll be keeping an eye on this show for the background stuff alone.

Hakumei to Mikochi
Slice of life of two cute little girls living in the forest. Eh, maybe. Certainly not offensive unless unrelenting cutseyness is offensive, but not particularly interesting so far.

Toji no miko
Something something, cute girls fighting demons, magic school, duels, or something. I think. I lost interest rather early on. The second episode gave us some story but I still think this is one I'm not going to finish.

Märchen Mädchen
Magical girl, magical school, special book, running around naked. Another one in the 'eh, maybe' category. Characters aren't particularly fun, seems like a more low-key Little Witch Academia. I'm more interested to see this take on magic than anything else. Some hints at yuri, if the art in the ending is any indication. Probably won't bother finishing this one unless it gets a lot better in the third episode.

Mitsuboshi Colors
Three girls, the Colors - protect the peace in their part of the city. slice of life, humorous, fun enough that I'll keep watching. The RPG (the dangerous kind, not the fun kind) scene took me by surprise. I'll keep watching this one.

Koi wa Ameagari no You ni
High school girl has a crush on her boss at work. Manages to treat the whole situation sensibly and avoid most squickyiness or make fun of it.

Ramen daisuki Koizumi-san
There's a girl who likes ramen. That's it. Nothing to see here.

Still watching Mahotsukai no Yome (still a great show) and Cupid's Chocolates s2 (because I like my harem comedies).


WHOOT!!!

8 new Episodes of Castlevania coming this summer to Netflix.


The spell books in Black Clover are a great idea for FRPGs.

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I've been following Black Clover.... but only in the dub. I tried to watch the sub for it, but the seiyuu for Asta causes me to cringe every time I hear him spea... er, scream. Surprisingly, the dub's voice actor for the same character handles that a lot better.

And yes... the concept for those spell books are indeed pretty cool.


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Just watched Your Name. Highly recommended. I honestly though I knew where it was going three different times, and all three times it changed the formula up on me.


Your name is amazing. The art is gorgeous and the atory is fine. The characters are adorable.


Well, you gotta admit. The Overlord knows how to make an entrance.

almost feel sorry for the lizardmen but damn, that is being a Necromancer in style


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Grancrest Senki
Concept is fairly standard - fantasy land, Lords with Holy Seals and their allied Mages fighting for dominance. A Lord can share the power of his seal by swearing allegiance to another.

Unlike most anime, the pace is fast. Too fast. Pretty much every episode, a war starts, and is fought to a conclusion in a fairly bloody battle. This gives you very little time to get a feel for more than a fraction of the numerous characters, or the political situation. The main factions are the Alliance and the Union (or similar bland names) but I have no idea of the difference between the two. Maybe it would work better binged than watched once a week? Maybe I just need to concentrate more?

It made me want to play a video game based on it. By the look of it, there aren't any.


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Matthew Downie wrote:

Grancrest Senki

Concept is fairly standard - fantasy land, Lords with Holy Seals and their allied Mages fighting for dominance. A Lord can share the power of his seal by swearing allegiance to another.

Unlike most anime, the pace is fast. Too fast. Pretty much every episode, a war starts, and is fought to a conclusion in a fairly bloody battle. This gives you very little time to get a feel for more than a fraction of the numerous characters, or the political situation. The main factions are the Alliance and the Union (or similar bland names) but I have no idea of the difference between the two. Maybe it would work better binged than watched once a week? Maybe I just need to concentrate more?

It made me want to play a video game based on it. By the look of it, there aren't any.

While not a direct 1:1, if you are looking for a video game with some similar elements I'd recommend trying to get a hold of the Suikoden series of games. I, II and III are really good, IV and V are ok.


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Greylurker wrote:

Well, you gotta admit. The Overlord knows how to make an entrance.

almost feel sorry for the lizardmen but damn, that is being a Necromancer in style

As is customary, the written presentation is better. But yeah, they still did a good job with that.

I was wondering how they were going to present Victim's speech, since it's supposed to actually speak Enochian but has some sort of innate translation ability. I was pleasantly surprised that they paid attention enough to detail to make him talk "over" some unintelligible background speech.

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So... yeah, that beatdown Frieza took last weekend at the hands of Toppo. Despite the fact he brought it on himself, I actually felt sorry for the guy. I'm wondering how messed up Android 17 is going to be on tonight's episode, because at some point, Vegeta will be taking on proto-GoD Toppo in his stead.

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Greylurker wrote:

Well, you gotta admit. The Overlord knows how to make an entrance.

almost feel sorry for the lizardmen but damn, that is being a Necromancer in style

I was just happy to have the forces of Nazarick back in focus. The lizard men have grown on me, but i’m still all about that Ainz Ool Gown.

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Greylurker wrote:

Well, you gotta admit. The Overlord knows how to make an entrance.

almost feel sorry for the lizardmen but damn, that is being a Necromancer in style

I was just happy to have the forces of Nazarick back in focus. The lizard men have grown on me, but i’m still all about that Ainz Ool Gown.

Agreed. As much as I've enjoyed the lizardfolk romance angle, getting Ainz back this episode made it that much more enjoyable.


Matthew Downie wrote:

Grancrest Senki

Concept is fairly standard - fantasy land, Lords with Holy Seals and their allied Mages fighting for dominance. A Lord can share the power of his seal by swearing allegiance to another.

Unlike most anime, the pace is fast. Too fast. Pretty much every episode, a war starts, and is fought to a conclusion in a fairly bloody battle. This gives you very little time to get a feel for more than a fraction of the numerous characters, or the political situation. The main factions are the Alliance and the Union (or similar bland names) but I have no idea of the difference between the two. Maybe it would work better binged than watched once a week? Maybe I just need to concentrate more?

It made me want to play a video game based on it. By the look of it, there aren't any.

Alternatively, you could play a tabletop game based on it, given that the Grancrest Senki light novel is set in the setting of a somewhat-popular tabletop RPG. Personally, I kind of hate the show for all the reasons I expected to: the character designs are kind of bad, the sound direction is really bad, the pacing is extraordinarily bad, and A-1 Pictures still couldn't animate a fight scene to save their lives. I guess I shouldn't be surprised that what amounts to a Forgotten Realms novel being adapted by a studio I don't like would end up being kind of awful.

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Well. Cocytus certainly pulled no punches. Was also not expecting...okay no, was totally expecting them to include that bit once they talked about scrying.


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Thunderbolt Fantasy - The Sword of Life and Death

just showed up on Crunchyroll for members

I don't know how many of you saw the original series but I loved it and this excites me


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Oh, Crusch, you ignorant slut. You're a lizardwoman and he's a lich; it would never work out.


Violet Evergarden is my surprise favorite this season, edging out Mahotsukai no Yome only because the latter started last season.
It's a slow, quiet show that takes its time but shows actual character development in every episode. It's heartfelt and simple without devolving into melodrama or cheap tricks or feeling bland.
And the art and animation is gorgeous and what it does with light is a treat for the eyes.


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Don't know when this will air but just the fact they are making a second season makes me very happy.

Second Season and Movie announced for Is it Wrong to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon.


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atheral wrote:

Don't know when this will air but just the fact they are making a second season makes me very happy.

Second Season and Movie announced for Is it Wrong to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon.

Hallelujah!


atheral wrote:

Don't know when this will air but just the fact they are making a second season makes me very happy.

Second Season and Movie announced for Is it Wrong to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon.

At last, the prophesied return of the best girl to end all best girls.


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Don't know when this will air but just the fact they are making a second season makes me very happy.

Second Season and Movie announced for Is it Wrong to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon.

FREEHOLD WANTS MOAR HESTIA


...I have an opinion on that, but spoilers. XD Suffice to say I'm glad of a second season and already hoping for a third.


I never could see the appeal of that one. It was just kinda bland.


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atheral wrote:

Don't know when this will air but just the fact they are making a second season makes me very happy.

Second Season and Movie announced for Is it Wrong to Pick up Girls in a Dungeon.

FREEHOLD WANTS MOAR HESTIA

Hestia (and her chestia) is bestia!


Bjørn Røyrvik wrote:
I never could see the appeal of that one. It was just kinda bland.

It's mostly a "young hero's journey" sort of thing, with a dose of harem.

As with any Harem series the Girls tend to be more interesting than the main character. I don't know how far you got with the series but as it went on they kind of toned back the Harem hijinks and focused on the dungeon adventuring. Bell ends up with a pretty good team and faced some pretty series threats near the end that I felt was a pretty cool way of doing things. I enjjoyed that stuff a lot

Spoiler:
and then there is the reveal about Bell's Grandfather being Zeus, which honestly really works for me and tied a lot of questions together, including "why is this guy attracting so many womens"


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Don't get me wrong, I love me some harem. I just didn't find any of the characters entertaining, and the entire dungeon set-up was one big yawn. Hestia was OK, the rest were forgettable, to the extent I can't remember any other except the sword chick who keeps getting replaced in my mind's eye with Darkness from Konosuba.


I'm kind of a fan of Lili the pack girl I thought she was a lot of fun and an interesting character.

but really it's all about the Elf girl from the bar.

Although I would take another Konosuba Season over Danmachi any day of the week


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Well, if nothing else, the Konosuba novels are being translated and released. ^^


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So I just finished up "I Couldn't Become a Hero, So I Reluctantly Decided to Get a Job" (Yūsha ni Narenakatta Ore wa Shibushibu Shūshoku o Ketsui Shimashita), and I have to say I enjoyed it a lot more than I thought I would!

This can be chalked up to one major reason: this show was a prime example of the RIGHT way to do ecchi fan-service material! Which is to say, it doesn't make it the central aspect of the show; instead, it focuses on the slice-of-life comedy (and, towards the end, adventure) first and foremost, and treats the nip-slips and panty shots as being what they should be: extras that serve to complement the series, rather than being its main focus. It was a refreshing change of pace to not see a show sacrifice utterly everything in order to up the sexiness factor.

Of course, the Crunchyroll broadcast censors all the times we see the girls topless, but it's comparatively unobtrusive about it. Besides, uncensored compilations are what FapService is for.


I loved that show.

The manager was best girl.

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Why hasn't anyone done an AMV centering on Rabbit from Zodiac War using SoaD's Psycho?

3 more episodes til the end of Dragon Ball Super. Wondering how Frieza is going to fit into the battle between Goku and Jiren....

So Netflix got back all of Brotherhood so they could show the live-action FMA movie... Gotta say, it wasn't bad, but it was disappointing to me. This was mainly due to some of the changes that were made because they really skewed my enjoyment of the movie. Like...

Spoiler:

No Scar, which means Nina's still alive as a chimera. Both Envy and Lust get killed by Mustang (who also makes his first appearance in Reole to help Ed stop the priest and was later set up for the death of Hughes).

Still, I took comfort in the fact that the actor for Maes Hughes did a good job. If they had messed that up, I'd have been really pi$$ed.

Finally watched C:Control all the way through and learned a lot about economics that I didn't have a clue about before.

Re-watching both Psycho-Pass and Thunderbolt Fantasy so I can watch their respective second seasons.


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Ancient Magus' Bride is a fantastic series and it's interactions with different fey actually got me thinking.

How would early humans have interprited a Sociopath. The sudden realization that the person in front of you has no sense of empathy, who's way of thinking is just alien to you and everyone else you know. I was wondering if that sort of encounter might be at the root of stories about the Fey. Fey are often portrayed as utterly alien in though and completely selfish in nature, at best able to fake their way through interaction with humans.


So, in less than a month, Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online starts airing. I'm fairly certain I'm not the only one who's developed a reputation among their friend group as the person who obsessively hate-watches Sword Art Online to the point where they know more about it than most people who actually like it. SAO has earned a special place in my heart as a story which manages to offend every one of my artistic sensibilities. Seriously, all of them. I hate its protagonist. I hate everything that happens as a result of its protagonist. I hate how Reki Kawahara doggedly refuses to explore the setting he's created. I hate that it has no interest in being a science fiction story in spite of being firmly set in a science fiction setting. I hate that the Alicization arc, the most interesting part of the entire series, feels like none of the main cast belong in it because it has just as much in common with a Metal Gear Solid plot as an SAO arc (and I'll say no more on that front, in fear of accidentally dropping spoilers). Honestly, I'm kind of impressed by just how tailor-made this series seems to be to annoy me.

But in spite of everything that I hate about SAO, I do like its setting and the conceit of its central conflict (honestly, this probably what keeps me coming back for more no matter how much I hate basically everything else about the series). Looking at the aftermath and societal consequences of a bunch of young people entering the workforce with only close-quarters combat and virtual reality proficiency could make for a compelling story in the hands of a competent writer. GGO Alternative isn't going to be about that, but I can still be in favor of a story set in the SAO universe written by a better writer. Keiichi Sigsawa, who penned the GGO Alternative light novels is, for my money, one of the most skilled and talented people in the light novel industry right now. Kino's Journey alone is proof of that. Sigsawa being a gun otaku and a big fan of shooting games as well makes him a perfect fit for writing a story about Gun Gale Online, given how one of the game's in-universe selling points is that its arsenal selection is largely made up of real-world guns. Sigsawa even finds a way to incorporate something of a call-back to the source material in the fact that the protagonist, LENN, uses a P90 (which has a kind of partner gun in the FN Five-Seven, which was Kirito's sidearm in SAO's Phantom Bullet arc). Honestly, I think a squad-based tournament like the GGO Alternative's Squad Jam makes for a lot more compelling fights than the source material's Bullet of Bullets tournament. Seriously, some of the stuff LENN and crew get up to blows the action in the main series out of the water.

The upcoming anime's production team is... interesting. I think the Kaibutsu Oujo anime is the only thing Masayuki Sakoi's directed that I cared about, but writer Yousuke Kuroda handled the screenplays for HeroAca, so at least the overall pacing and flow of the show should be pretty good. Studio 3Hz is still pretty new on the scene, but out of their previous work, Flip Flappers really blew me away with its animation style and was easily one of the best shows of its season, and I thought Princess Principle was at least above average. Plus, this will be the second show they've handled that Sakoi's directed (his previous work with them, Celestial Method is a complete unknown for me. Someone who's seen it can chime in on whether or not it was good), so at least they have someone familiar to them working on it. Tomori Kusunoki voicing LENN has me hopeful, especially with her performance in Marchen Madchen this season. But the real headliners are the rest of the main cast. Youko Hikasa is perfect for Pitohui, not only because of her range, but also because of some spoilery stuff down the line. Kazuyuki Okitsu playing M means I probably won't be able to not hear him as Jonathan Joestar, but I don't really mind that. It's a shame that Fukaziroh won't get a lot of screentime for the first arc of the series, but Chinatsu Akasaki is at least half of the reason why Felt was one of the few characters in re;Zero that I found tolerable.

All in all, I'm really looking forward to seeing GGO Alternative get an adaptation, especially by a studio I'm already generally inclined towards liking. If nothing else, there'll finally be a Sword Art Online property that I unironically like without any kind of qualifier.


I F*!%ING LOVE KINOS JOURNEY

But the ending was not very good


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One of the interesting things about next season is there are three Extreems of the Magical Girl Genre airing.

Magical Girl Ore
Maho Sojo Site
Cutie Honey Universe

Not one of these is a normal magical girl show. Each takes the genre in one strange direction or another and I'm going to have fun compairing the three


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At this point, much like giant robots, I feel like Magical Girl is more of a setting than a genre. And I've seen some very ridiculous magical girl stuff over the years. XD


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At this point, much like giant robots, I feel like Magical Girl is more of a setting than a genre. And I've seen some very ridiculous magical girl stuff over the years. XD

one moment......<checks DVD collection> Yep, I own that one


Sailor moon had a very interesting setting with the negaverse being a fresh take on antimatter. Magical girls are by definition a character theme. Negi was pretty much a magical boy.

Everybody has a least favorite Anime. I hated Attack on Titan. The title alone sounds like a mistranslation. They kept teasing about how the titans were created and the stupid key. The often copied scene where the titan peaks over the wall just highlighted how lame the rest of it was. If someone comes to your gaming table and wants to play a were titan, tell them they can just play a human fighter till they get a feel for the rules.


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Has anyone seen any of following and what did you think of them...

Urara Meirochou?

Interview with Monster Girls?

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid?

Show by Rock Season 2?

Valkyrie Drive Mermaid?

Marchen Madchen?

Dororon Enma-Kun?

Umi Monogatari?


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Urara Meirochou?
>Cute Girls Doing™ Fortunetelling

Interview with Monster Girls?
>Actually pretty chill. It's a slice-of-life series, and fairly relaxing overall. I'd recommend this one.

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid?
>I enjoyed it. It's a kind of modern-day fantasy mashup, and the dragons in general are pretty funny. I'd recommend this, too.

Show by Rock Season 2?
>Didn't watch it.

Valkyrie Drive Mermaid?
>Fanservice, yo. You like it or you don't. I only watched the first episode.

Marchen Madchen?
>Didn't watch it.

Dororon Enma-Kun?
>I actually bought this one, but I haven't watched all of it. It's kind of a throwback to manic comedy from a few decades ago, I think?

Umi Monogatari?
>Didn't watch it.

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o.O

Well that was some absolute wreckage on Overlord tonight. And I am SO stoked for next week.

Of the list above, I've only watched Interviews With Monster Girls, which I concur is an excellent show to relax with. The comedy is good and the characters are warm and engaging.


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Urara Meirochou
Cute girls doing cute stuff. I enjoyed it

Interview with Monster Girls
More cute girls, but slightly better story. Formally a harem but no hints that way in context. Pretty good

Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid
Dragon becomes maid for a office slave. Quite good slice of life.

Valkyrie Drive Mermaid
Bleh. I gave up after one episode. Not that I'm opposed to ecchi, but I generally want it done well without rapey overtones.

Marchen Madchen
Magical girls bond with fairy tales and go to school. Dropped it after three episodes. Nothing new, nothing particularly interesting.

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