world’s on fire I’m a relatively unaffected privileged middle class white asshole the US government is a joke etc etc fuck it anime time
Here we go, part 2. I have 89 emails informing me of recent edits to wiki pages since March 29th I’ve been too scared to try and sift through. This post covers anime that initially aired from April 5th through April 13th.
So, last time my seasonal review got delayed simply because of procrastination. This time, it was because OUR FUCKING INTERNET WAS BROKEN FROM MARCH 29TH TO APRIL 9TH. Very LOVELY timing especially since I WENT BACK* TO SCHOOL ON MARCH 30TH (*”back” meaning “oh hey its time for online classes and pacing yourself good luck”). This among, uh (gestures widely), meant that I was a little bit slower on the watching uptake than usual. I was able to watch SOME anime on my phone using our temporarily boosted cellular plan, but it’s not my favorite way to watch it. Just above watching on one of those in-seat screens on an airplane, I think.
Anyways, while I’d actually uh, finished watching all of the anime covered in this post for a whiiile now, I didn’t get around to banging out my thoughts until now, so. This post covers anime that initially aired from April 1st through April 4th.
It has come to my attention that I overlooked an anime during my last seasonal review, one that has since gained quite a bit of notoriety. It’s quite embarrassing that I overlooked such a hit!! As such, I am now quickly rectifying the situation before I release my Spring 2020 reviews in the following weeks.
Here we go!
Official Rating: Unavailable | Personal Rating: Adult
So… Harleen “Harley Quinn” Quinzel. Fan favorite ever since she appeared on Batman: The Animated Series in 1992. This last year they announced she was getting her own TV series, and it looked promising. And it was enjoyable for a time! And then suddenly… it wasn’t.
…Well, let’s get into it.
Official Rating: TV-MA | Personal Rating: Adult
Alright, we’re on a roll now! Let’s get right into it. This Seasonal Review entry covers anime released from January 9th to January 13th.
So. This review is less timely than the other two prior were. Don’t really have much else to say about that. Just that anime season starts line up very nicely with when my college terms start, and that I just felt like binging a bunch of RedLetterMedia instead of watching literally anything else for two weeks. Because of that, there’s going to be less summarization on these because I’m certain everyone and their mom already has done that.
Anyways, here we go. This Seasonal Review entry covers anime released from January 2nd to January 8th, along with Obsolete, which aired on YouTube in its entirety on December 3rd.
Hello and welcome back! Not much to say here, let’s get right into it. This Seasonal Review entry covers anime released from October 6th to October 13th.
No, that Lego video game review hasn’t come out. Oops.
Here we go, the beginning of a new anime season and the beginning of my career as a college sophomore! Hopefully this time I won’t fail half my classes. Well, I definitely won’t, because I’m taking an odd number, so failing half would be impossible. Yes, I’m safe! I’ll be doing something a little bit different this time–instead of forcing myself to watch an entire episode if I’m not enjoying it, I’ll stop and I will, of course, make a note of such in the review. I’ll also be splitting the season up a little differently, due to the heavy skew of anime released during the first week of the month compared to the second week.
This Seasonal Review entry will cover anime released from October 2nd to October 5th, as well as Cannon Busters, which was released in its entirety on August 15th.
Anyways um not sure when the LEGO viddy game review will come out because I killed all my free time with that genius move. Peace out