is there anything you like yet?
These are the ones I'll be checking out based on the premises and demographics, or because they're continuations of things I've seen. Sekkou Boys for comedy,
Anything else worth checking out? For example some shows with good staffs working on it?
Hype for Rakugo.
Hype for Grimgar.
Bokumachi is quite strong.
Phantom World has nice tits.
Marshmallow is cute and well-made.
Stride is quite lame, Haruchika is bad.
Stride and Grimgar stand out for their directors so they're worth at least a shot. Phantom World has typical Kyoani production value, so if you're okay with ecchi then definitely go for it. Active Raid has Taniguchi, will probably be fun?
ERASED was good
HaruChika was alright
Dagashi Kashi was good and it also did things to my dick
Phantom World was bad, but man can Kirby succ
AssClass was neat
I hope Durarara's final cour is as good as the original.
>Stride and Grimgar
Interesting, seems like I should finally check out Aoi and Mouryou no Hako as well. The new shows don't seem that interesting premise-wise and Stride design-wise but I'll give them a try.
Well, will probably give it a try. Their shows totally aren't my thing but I admit they look beautiful and I found Hibike to be pretty damn impressive. I've already degraded myself to defending K-on over LotGH on this board despite not really liking it so what the heck
Doesn't resonate too well with me but I'll check it out as well.
Thanks for those.
>V1 - October 18 2015
Wew lad, might as well not post anything at all.
Here's what I'll be watching myself
Nah it's the subs.
I plunged and went with the hulu subs and the episode was god tier, as expected. Alpha and socially adept MC, no romance and genuinely interesting cast of characters. Easily AOTS, but people will overlook it unfortunately.
>Prince of Stride is so meh. I don't know why Madhouse's only notable director gets stuck with bland material.
A braindead monkey ignoring Morio Asaka, who is more respected than Ishizuka.
I've been a little out-of-the-loop recently, and I'm still having some trouble discerning that this is actually a thing. So, let me get this straight:
it's a show about four statues, inanimate marble busts from Italy, becoming idols somehow? And they have a manager and everything?
I don't understand. Their manager looks cute, though
I've only watched Haruchika and Divine Gate, which were okay, and Active Raid which I didn't like. I'll probably watch atleast an episode more of the first two.
Looking forward most to Boku Dake and Ajin.
they are actually alive.
And her manager accepted the work without knowing they are statues. She actually has a trauma with statues because busts were the only thing her art school made her paint and she hated it
GATE, Haruchika and Gyaruko-chan been pretty good.
Boku Dake, Active Raid and Divine Gate sound interesting but doesn't finish to buy me, so I won't pick it up yet.
The rest is really bad and is only good if you are watching it with your dick.
Barring last Fall anime has been kind of shit since about Summer 2014 or 6-7 seasons now and that Fall 2015 was simply acceptable if nothing else. I don't think that 2016 is going to be any better or worse than 2014 and 2015, just more of the same really.
Even the Fall was pretty bad when you compare it the Falls of 4-5 years ago. What really surprised me was how utterly meh Spring was in 2015 too, like usually you get something decent in a Spring season, but that one was largely forgettable other than a couple second seasons of some stuff and Arslan Senki. Too much light novel and visual novel shit yet again really. That's the one thing I hope 2016 manages to cut back on somehow, but I severely doubt it since it makes too much money off of shallow otaku.
I haven't even bothered to watch any Winter shows nor have a motivation to watch them, and this is the first time it happened after religiously following seasonal shows since 2008. Maybe I grew tired of waiting weekly, that or I'm busy trying to catch some shows from the last season.
Boku Dake is the only really good thing airing.
Rakugo is good too, has potential.
Dagashi and Sekko Boys are fun.
Phantom World is a my guilty pleasure this season.
Dagashi seems fun
wasnt on mal, but i googled, and im pretty hype tbqhwy
Phantom world was shit, but I'll watch anyway because my dick misses Amaburi.
ERASED was fucking amazing, but I'll hold my hype for now.
Shoujo-tachi wa Kouya wo Mezasu was nice, felt like Saekano without the "le self awereness" meme and some thought put into it.
Dagashi kashi was stupid, but the good kind of stupid.
Haven't watched other shows yet, but I'll work on it this weekend.