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Winter 2013 – Week 6 Anime Review

psycho_pass-16-akane-protagonist-tears-crying-emotion-blush-justiceThis week: Robotics;Notes losing credibility, identifying with a character in Chihayafuru 2, the decentralization of the township in Shin Sekai Yori, the distinctive and original school uniforms in Tamako Market and why Zetsuen no Tempest is a fanservice anime.

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Jormungand – 4

With every passing episode, the remaining cast of Jormungand appears less like a band of elite bodyguards and more like a team of functioning units.  While there has been no significant decrease in talent or ability among these exceptional soldiers, they maintain to lose what little humanity they began the anime with.  Rather than acting, behaving, or flourishing like what is expected of humans, these characters feel almost inorganic in how they live, almost like each is a piece of some grand machine that Koko operates.  Whether it’s a lack of character development in general or opportunity for significant depth to emerge, the cast of Jormungand (excluding Koko) is easily this anime’s greatest weakness.

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Steins;Gate – 5

When did this anime adjust from murdering girls, falling satellites, and texting across time to searching for computer parts, watching fireworks, and wearing lab coats?  Not that I have anything against fireworks or lab coats; I mean, putting on a lab coat does make you feel more important and that’s always fun, right?  But that’s not the point here… what happened to all the elements that hooked me on Steins;Gate?

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