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Three Weeks into the Fall 2017 Anime Season [message #354801] Sun, 22 October 2017 19:03
Dave Baranyi is currently offline  Dave Baranyi
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Well, I'm now three weeks into the Fall 2017 anime season and it looks like my viewing list has almost totally settled down. So here are the new shows I'm that still watching after the first three episodes:

“Infini-T Force”. This full 3DCG deconstruction of hero shows is lots and lots of fun. We've got four famous super heroes together somewhat unwillingly and a very snarky and uncooperative heroine who may well have equally super powers. The show looks great, the voice acting and dialog are a lot of fun, and it provides great action – everything you need for a show like this. Current rating: A.

“Osake wa Fuufu ni Natte Kara”. Three minutes of silly fun about a young wife who loves to have her husband mix fancy drinks for her. Tons of innuendo. Current rating: B-.

“Hozuki no Reitetsu S2”. The bizarreness continues and it's always fun to look at, but somehow the humour isn't quite as all-out as in the first season. Still worth watching. Current rating: A-.

“Garo – Vanishing Line”. Great retro action fun! The is the perfect beer and popcorn anime. Action, babes, monsters, humour – everything one needs in this sort of show. Current rating: A-.

“Mahoutsukai no Yome”. Beautiful to watch, but so far not being driven by any compelling conflict. Never-the-less, the promise in the story and the presentation keeps me coming back. Current rating: A-.

“Houseki no Kuni”. The strangest and most original story being broadcast at this time. The characters can be irritating but there is so much bizarreness that it compensates for the irritation. Current rating: B+.

I've only see the first episode of “Fireball Humorous”, but it's solidly there at an A rating again.

I dropped “Kujira no Kora wa Sajou ni Utau” after the third episode. It was becoming like a badly done Gundam side-story and I just didn't like the characters at all. So I'm gone and my final rating is C-.

Dave Baranyi
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