Legoshi (CV: Chikahiro Kobayashi) is a wolf, but he is cautious not to scare the herbivores, as there is tension between carnivores and herbivores. One day he needs to get flowers from the gardening club and meets the dwarf rabbit Haru (CV: Sayaka Senbongi). They didn’t know what they signed up for when they began talking with one another. Especially since Legoshi had tried to eat the rabbit the night before…
Continue reading “Beastars”
This batch is the shows I dropped during this winter season. I didn’t pick up all this time, but I think I gave the majority available in Sweden on Wakanim and Crunchyroll (combined) a try.
Boogiepop and Others
An urban legends tells that Boogiepop will relieve you from life, but few knows the truth. One who does know though, is Keiji Takeda (CV: Chiaki Kobayashi) because it turns out his girlfriend has Boogiepop (CV: Aoi Yuuki) sleeping in her subconsciousness, waiting for the abnormalities to show up and to remove them from this world.
This seemed like a good psychological mystery/horror show and I watched a lot of it at once. But then I just got bored after a while and stopped watching. And I guess that says enough.
Continue reading “Batch #10”
It’s all shows I’ve only started from the autumn season of 2018. Most of the season wasn’t very much to my taste, so I didn’t feel like even watching the majority, but I did give a few a try. The next batch is likely going to be another post of started and dropped shows, but I’d like to share a comic batch soon.
Ms. Vampire who lives in my neighborhood.
Akari Amano (CV: Yuu Sasahara) and her friends talk about a ghost story. As they mystery ghost is described as a doll, the doll-crazy Akari decides to look for it. And she finds the vampire Sophie Twilight (CV: Miyu Tomita), and starts living with her because Sophie really looks like a doll.
This show was basically cute girls doing cute things with some girl’s love hints and supernatural elements. Pretty much what you’d expect from that description, I suppose. Continue reading “Batch #9”
First of all! So sorry about missing the monthly post! I was a week behind in my mind and thought I had one more week to write my D.Gray-Man review. (Gosh, Anny! Where’s the spoiler alert?!) But you know, I can’t be the only mum who write reviews of fiction who forgets they need to write a review because childcare takes up all mind power… right?
Anyway, I watch so many shows and read so many titles I never write a proper review of, that I could probably post a batch every 2-3 times a week and still have a monthly post. Maybe I should do that. Maybe I shouldn’t. If I do, I guess you wouldn’t mind the missed monthly post as much… Maybe? Or not? It depends on you prefer quantity over quality? I guess? Wait did I just say my batch posts are bad?!
Continue reading “Batch #8”
You know that you can trust Hoozuki (CV: Hiroki Yasumoto) to place you were you belong in Hell, and we get to follow him, King Enma (CV: Takeshi Nagasako) and the minions’ daily life in Japanese Hell. This second season introduces us to new characters as well as let us see old ones return.
Continue reading “Hoozuki no Reitetsu 2”
It’s been a while since my last batch post, but allow me to briefly share my thoughts on a few shows I’ve watched recently (or not so recently but never finished the posts for). There will be another batch soon, because I didn’t want this post to be too long and I’ve binged a lot of shows while I was pregnant and during the past year and I’d like to share my thoughts on at least a portion of them. Next month will be a game review, but I think there’ll be another batch post the month after that.
In Japan a school for spies was created in 1937, and we get to see individual stories related to this agency of spies, called D-Agency.
Continue reading “Batch #6”
Okay, so now that you’re all high schoolers, I hope you understand your responsibilities and study hard…
…is what I’m supposed to say, but really, all that boring stuff is secondary.
Like it or not, these three years of high school will really fly by. How you spend them is up to you. You can focus on your studies, do your best at sports, or goof off the entire time. Everything goes. The most important thing is that, for the three years you spend in this school, you enjoy yourself each and every day.
Fun makes might!
Fun makes right!
And fun is infinite!
Over the next three years, eat, sleep, and enjoy yourself to your heart’s content.
Futaba Ooki (CV: Ai Kayano) has just moved to a new town and is going to start a new school. Because it’s far from her home, she’s practicing riding her moped and takes the chance to explore the area, when she stops by to take a look at the sea. There she’s fiddling with her phone as an elderly woman starts talking to her. The woman makes Futaba look away from her phone to actually take a proper look at the sea, and something in her starts shifting…
Continue reading “Amanchu!”
The service of the dive massively multiplayer role-playing game (DMMORPG) Yggdrasil is going to be terminated and the player Momonga (CV: Satoshi Hino) decides to be on until the servers shut down, and then go to bed. But as the time passes midnight… he doesn’t disconnect. He quickly realises this is abnormal and start gathering information as he’s alone with only the NPCs in his guild in their guild home… Continue reading “Overlord”
When Nadeshiko Kagamihara (CV: Yumiri Hanamori) just had moved to Yamanashi, she met Rin Shima (CV: Nao Touyama) who was out camping. Rin is a solo camper who focuses on winter camping, and she brings Nadeshiko back to her camp, as Nadeshiko is more or less a lost child at this point. It’s the start of a friendship between the two, and the start of a new hobby for Nadeshiko. Continue reading “Laid-back Camp”
Ichirou Suzuki (CV: Shun Horie) is a game programmer. While he’s doing a death march before the release of games, he has to sleep at the office. However, after falling asleep he finds himself in a body that looks like a younger self and his name is Satuu* and he is level 1. He notices the environment and UI are similar to two of the games he has worked with and thinks it’s a dream, but is it really one? Using a few overpowered starting skills against a horde of monsters, he finds himself levelling up – but he to everyone else he’s just level 1. Soon enough Satuu gathers friends he can journey with in the mysterious dream world with. Continue reading “Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody”