A few shows have ended: Argevollen, Sword Art Online II, and Psycho-Pass 2. There is one more episode left of Shingeki No Bahamut, but Fate/Night is staying for the winter season.
Argevollen, despite being kind of slow, seems to walk toward an interesting ending right now. So does Shingeki no Bahamut and Psycho-Pass, although these two were not slow. Fate/Stay Night continues with exposition this week, but not much action. Sword Art Online almost concluded the Mother Rosario arc, this episode was really sad though.
Getting closer and closer to the end of the season. The winter season seems boring too, except for Aldnoah Part 2. I probably should focus on the shows I still watch, though. So Argevollen had a story twist, I didn’t really expect that one coming. Sword Art Online was a straight gaming moment. Shingeki is […]
We’re getting closer to the end of some of the shows, along with the end of the year. Psycho-Pass is again the best show this week for me, with Shingeki no Bahamut and Fate/Stay Night still being awesome, too. Argevollen is in the same spot as before: it’s not a super great show, but it’s not a […]
This week brings a few new episodes, and one recap episode.
Argevollen, Sword Art Online, and Shingeki No Bahamut had slow episodes without a lot of action this week. The episodes were character driven more than anything. In contrast, Gundam, Psycho-Pass, and Fate/Night had plenty of action.
Quite a few tense moments and exiting things this week. Argevollen had no fighting for once, but more special mechas are showing up. Sword Art Online ended its mini-Calibur arc. Gundam: G no Reconguista is starting to go to weird places. Shingeki No Bahamut is still all action-adventure and keeping a good pace. Fate/Stay Night has […]
Psycho-Pass had its psycho episode with the fourth one. I’m sure my hue is clouded after watching that. Argevollen had more Sturm vs Arge. Sword Art Online is back to a proper MMORPG. G no Reconguista is now fighting in space, while Fate/Stay featured fights in a cemetery. The final touch: Shingeki was not done with […]
Psycho-Pass is once again my favorite show. Fate/Stay Night, Shingeki no Bahamut, and G no Reconguista are pretty awesome, too. Sword Art Online and Argevollen are somewhat less interesting, but still entertaining.
Another week and more awesome anime. Argevollen takes a turn for the very dramatic. G no Reconguista somewhat advances the plot. Shingeki no Bahamut has a cheery demon. Fate/Stay Night has another long episode that felt too short. So did Psycho-Pass.
I am reviewing some new shows this week. Fate/Night Unlimited Blade Work started with a one hour Episode 0 that was totally worth it. Shingeki no Bahamut looks promising with the magic and swashbuckling, and Psycho-Pass is back for a second season. From the older stuff, Argevollen showed off more new mecha and Sword Art […]
Although Mahouka has ended, I expect a season two in a few years. Argevollen is back with much quality and a new mecha. Sword Art Online hasn’t completed its arc, which was really decompressed. One new show for the fall season is Gundam: G Reconguista. It’s trippy. Next week will have more new shows.
Captain Earth and Aldnoah Zero ended this week. Mahouka has one more episode to go. Argevollen had a break, well, a recap episode, and Sword Art Online is staying for the fall. Luckily for me, this fall season seems to be a big one, so I’ve got plenty to choose from to replace the ending […]
We’re almost at the end of this summer season. Mahouka is starting to rush things out to finish its plot in time for the finish line, and it’s really a good result, but much better to read the novel translation on Baka-Tsuki. Captain Earth had an expected plot twist with Puck. Argevollen had its best […]
There was a lot of talking this week on all of the shows. It’s like it was Let’s Talk week. Mahouka took it really slow despite only having a few episodes left to finish the current story arc. I guess the battles are going to go fast. Captain Earth delivered what was more or less a filler episode from […]