(WARNING: I say Pokemon a lot in this review) For those of you who live under a rock in an internet free land, Pokemon GO is the latest “big thing,” not too long ago that being Overwatch (which is still big, and still fantastic,) in where you can download a free app on your phone, go outside, and catch gen one Pokemon monsters. Sounds great right? Well, not entirely.
So, two of my favorite manga are getting adapted this season, and hey, the first episodes of both are available to stream, so I’m going to talk about them.
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After finishing Charlotte I now believe that KEY simply can’t write original anime projects at all. Charlotte takes every problem Angel Beats had, and makes them worse.
Video games, as a medium, tend to conventionally put us in the shoes of capable individuals with the ability to defend themselves. Rarely do we see a game put us in the shoes of an utterly defenseless protagonist, and even more so a disabled one.
Yuri undertones should be a fucking crime. You go all the way with that shit or you go home. In all seriousness, I liked this one, put down your pitchforks.
Sharpen your pitchforks, I’m reviewing Amiburi. If you’re going to torch my house, please do so when I’m asleep.
On a side note, Nichijou season 2 confirmed for never.