Well this week marks the end of a handful of shows as the season starts to draw to a close, and we go without the cartoons for a couple weeks for the holiday and new year. Tonight, we take a look at Kyoukai no Kanata, Outbreak Company, and Yuushibu. Even with as lackluster as this season was, they ended on fairly decent notes, amidst some criticism. Let’s do it to it.


Three-Star Surround Sound

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Approaching the Christmas season, I have to deal with three major things each year:

  • Clients’ last-minute requests for the most ludicrous of things before they disappear on vacation, often right after making said request.
  • Four different holiday outings in four different places. Divorced-family first-world problems.
  • Buying gifts.

Of course this means my time allocated towards chinese cartoons and other such tomfoolery will be limited, but I hope to ride out the end of this season’s shows with minimal fanfare. But I may release some reviews early before the show ends. Hell, I could release them right now really. I doubt there will be a TWIST.

Anyway, here are a few highlights of what I found relevant this week.

Internal Affairs

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Three weeks into the new season, and most shows hold steady, for the most part. I’ve begun to sort of rank and file things into what I watch sooner than other shows, and consequently I am leaving
some shows unwatched due to having other things to do. Such is the life of a regular person with a regular job trying to hold on to the glory of chinese cartoons every week.

This week I’m going to touch on Kill la Kill, Aoki Hagane no Arpeggio, Non Non Biyori, Outbreak Company, Kyoukai no Kanata, and Freezing: Vibration.