Ministry of Silly Walks

[Anime-Koi] Outbreak Company - 01 [h264-720p][72AD8D78].mkv_snapshot_12.59_[2013.10.05_17.47.15]

Five more premieres to throw at you tonight, Freezing Vibration, Outbreak Company, Yuushibu, Golden Time, and Little Busters Refrain. A couple of these were not on my original chart, but were on my shortlist of follows for the season. I have to say, of the nine first episodes I’ve watched, this season is shaping up to be a pretty tight season. Cream-of-the-crop material? That remains to be forseen. Let’s see what we got.


When Life is Just a Game


So, here is the thing. Initially, I was not even going to bother finishing Ore no Kanojo to Osananajimi ga Shuraba Sugiru because frankly, I didn’t enjoy it. However, the mid-section of episodes sorta got interesting, and from reading Twitter responses in the final few weeks, I felt it would be prudent to at least finish it and either give it its due process, or be shocked and turned around. I’m afraid there was no Turnabout here today. But I am a fair man. I will explain why.

Also included are final reviews for Minami-ke, Sasami-san@Gabaranai, Little Busters even though it’s one episode left, it’s pretty much done to me. Also, a short blurb about Ai Mai Mi even though I will not formally review it since it was a “shorts” anime. With this, Spring has come to a close.

I’m Really Lazy

It seems we're at an impasse here.

It seems we’re at an impasse here.

So yes, it’s been about three weeks since I’ve had a proper update with this season’s showings. I’ve made some Twitter comments, and updated the Quick Bites on the sidebar, but not much else. It’s really because while what I am watching isn’t bad, it’s nothing really gripping to write about either. This has prompted me to watch regular programming, notably NCIS, Top Gear, and Archer. But since those are not anime, I can’t tell you how good they were.

So I’m terribly sorry for that, and I’m going to fix it. Hold on to your butts.

Dancing in the Stars

Getting very close to the end of the season, and before you know it, the holidays will come and go and we’ll start anew in January, and I still have no idea what is on my docket for next year, but for the meantime, let’s jump in with this week’s offerings.