Posts Tagged Sengoku Collection
Seeing as the Autumn anime season is already upon us, a number of anime having recently aired with fervent discussions trailing closely behind, there’s no better time than now to provide a brief overview to the assembly of anime premiering this season, primarily composed of my thoughts, opinions, and general hype for each show. So what anime am I keeping my eye on that might be wise to do the same? Come and let’s explore what is to be the Autumn anime season of 2012!
This The previous week: the wonderful minimalistic approach to romance in Hyouka, calling into question the usefulness of the secret treasures in Sengoku Collection, wondering about the difference between split and continuously running anime with Rinne no Lagrange, and easily my favorite scene in Sword Art Online.
This week: outshining the Sengoku characters in Sengoku Collection, thoughts on the commitment to its plot in Tari Tari, an inability to grow-up in Space Brothers, and what I wish we saw more of in Hyouka.
During one of those previous weeks, I forget which one exactly: presenting effective yet limited character relationships in Sengoku Collection, questionable abandonment of the Voxes in Rinne no Lagrange, continuing the character problems in Tari Tari, and curious about Chitanda’s curiosity in Hyouka.
This week: Natsuyuki Rendezvous is losing me, a curious and disorienting visual effect in Sword Art Online, my love for those amazingly animated “explanation sequences” in Hyouka, and yet another remarkable aspect of Sengoku Collection.
These middle weeks of the Summer anime season serve as a highly appropriate period to provide evaluations, grades, and rankings on each of the anime we’re following. Here, you’ll find my reviews for each of the anime I’m following for the Summer 2012 season.
This week: why Satoshi is more than a database in Hyouka, altering character dynamics in Sengoku Collection, abrupt character growth in Tari Tari, and the perfect way to ruin a great story in Sword Art Online.