Three of the shows I’m watching were at their last episode: Tokyo Raven, Samurai Flamenco and Hamatora, and all three had satisfactory endings. Buddy Complex and Nobunagun have one more episode to go, and Nobunaga The Fool is continuing in the spring season.
Tag: Samurai Flamenco
The season is almost over. Samurai Flamenco, Tokyo Raven and Hamatora are really close to ending. It’s a bit unclear for Buddy Complex (there has not yet been a second season announcement) and Nobunagun (I don’t remember how many episodes it is supposed to have). For its part, Nobunaga the Fool added another mecha, which […]
The winter session is coming to a close soon, so all the shows are building up a climax or just going crazy like Samurai Flamenco and Hamatora. Buddy Complex and Tokyo Raven have a nice setup for drama. The Nobunaga shows are going slower, but I believe both are 2-cours (26 episodes) so the ramp is not […]
The shows are building up! Tokyo Raven was full of drama and promises plenty of action in the next episode, as does Nobunagun. Samurai Flamenco had a slice of life/character episode, which introduced us to Goto’s personal problems. Hamatora focused on Three this week, and Nobunaga the The Fool had some action and exposition.
The end of the wesinter season approach and the shows are really moving toward their finales or mid-season cliffhangers. Lots of tears in Tokyo Raven and Nobunaga The Fools. Samurai Flamenco came up with its craziest episode yet, if that was possible. Buddy Complex set up the temporal paradox and, finally, Nobunagun had an action-focused […]
Olympics break means two shows were skipped this week: Samurai Flamenco and Nobunaga The Fool. The others are staying current, though. Tokyo Raven is ramping up the finale and it might end up stressful. Buddy Complex cruises on Sunrise mecha show script and Nobunagun shows some nice action and drops really interesting information to move […]
Things are moving, everywhere. We get even more craziness in Samurai Flamenco, if that’s possible. Nobunaga The Fool has another sad episode, and the other Nobunaga show focuses on another group of characters. Finally, Tokyo Raven is a mix between moving to the final stretch and a breather episode, while The Buddy Complex still looks […]
We had two totally ridiculous shows this week: Hamatora and Nobunagun. It’s like the writers asked themselves to put the most absurd ideas into these episodes. They are not bad episodes, mind you, just a bit “out there.” As for the other shows, we get battles and plots in Tokyo Raven and The Fool. Samurai […]
So, after fighting with my new computer hardware I got to finish watching my anime and write this. Tokyo Raven was mostly a “setup” episode for what is to come, as was Buddy Complex. Nobunagun was all guns and Samurai Flamenco was full of surprises. Hamatora was another cases that didn’t really advance the plot […]
Another strong week, even if some shows are going into crazy-land a bit. We’ve got drama, action and lots of talking. Tokyo Raven and Hamatora have been the highlights of the week.
There are lots of fights this week, some drama, and more of “what the hell is going on?” That’s the best way to summarize this week’s anime.
New year, new shows. Funnily enough, I’m watching two shows based on Oda Nobunaga’s life, sort of: Nobunago the Fool and Nobunagun. This winter season seems to be a bit of a crazy-mecha season as well. We have magic, sci-fi, genetics, reincarnation and time travel this season. Hamatora is like the odd show out, and […]
Winter holidays are over and the last episode of the fall season has played. Gingitsune has left us for good, but both Tokyo Raven and Samurai Flamenco are going to be part of the winter season.
We are getting close to the end of the fall season. Tokyo Raven and Samurai Flamenco are going to stay with us for the winter, but Gingitsune and Galilei Donna are leaving us. This means that this week we had “before the ending” episodes for pretty much all shows, ramping up the story and ending […]
Gingitsune was a bit boring this week, but the three other shows made it up for it. Tokyo Raven was all about fighting monsters. Galilei Donna became even more like science fiction. Finally, Samurai Flamenco continued to be awesome. Each episode is a bit more what-the-hell.