Also known as The King's Avatar, the show that took Asian and later worldwide anime watchers by surprise when it was first aired on the 7th of April. To the details! Type: TV Series Genre(s): Action, Game, Adventure, Comedy Source of adaptation: Novel The time it was aired: Spring 2017, April 7 to June 23 Studio responsible: G.CMay Animation… Continue reading Allow me to be real about Quan Zhi Gao Shou
Ah, finally I have the free time to write about something else other than Saekano! Hello there! This will practically be a 'Looking Into' post where I pretty much recap most of the episode, add commentary and where applicable, add insights and wise philosophies! All in all it's more than just a review. A… Continue reading A Difficult First (Sakura) Quest
Hi! Welcome back to 'Looking Into' where I.... well..... look into the sixth episode of Saenai Heroine no Sodatekata ♭! This week's episode skipped even more important source material than the last, gosh! I'll still consider it justice for Eriri's fans. However, it's only the beginning of a wild ride with previous five episodes being the… Continue reading Looking into Saekano Flat Episode 6: Betrayals
Even slice of life has different levels from its core. Flying Witch in my mind sits somewhere near the very core of the genre, where pretty much many other Iyashikei (癒し系) / Healing anime are hanging about. To the minor but vital details! Type: TV Series Genre(s): Slice of Life, Comedy and Supernatural Source of adaptation:… Continue reading My Opinionated View of Flying Witch: A true slice of life!
Just as I suspected, last episode was a dedication to Kasumigaoka Utaha; this episode is dedicated to Sawamura Spencer Eriri and is covering a part of sixth volume. Throughout the entire episode, Utaha clearly shows no exterior sign of romantic interest towards Tomoya, this means the fourth episode settled nearly everything. Her comedic self remains… Continue reading Looking into Saekano Flat Episode 5: Expectations and promises, to trust and to believe
Once again, I was hung on the cliff for a week. I loathe you, Takahiro Kawakoshi! (He's the third episode director) Again with the pre-opening-credit fan service we all need. I admit it; I did not expect it to turn out like this but I was thankful it did. It could have been a serious situation… Continue reading Looking into Saekano Flat Episode 4: Your move.
By the end of the second episode we have all been hanging on the cliff. Episode 3 of Saekano Flat quickly starts off with a hyped-up showdown that subtly tells us to not worry about it at all - you didn't miss anything important. Two things that really happened behind the scenes, between the two episodes:… Continue reading Looking into Saekano Flat Episode 3: Confidence, motivation and disappointment