Dream Eater Merry 1: yeah um, the only characters I really care about at this point is the dude who keeps making haikus of everyone and
. HOWEVER, the aesthetic gives the show a very nice painterly feel, with a pretty interesting dream world. I'm kind of hoping the dream world will change from episode to episode, it probably won't, but it would be p cool if it did. Also the fight scene was nicely animated even though it was directed by Michael Bay.
Yeah, that sure is some p terrible framing and character design, I mean why not just give her whole pieces of clothing clothing? and what is up with those shots she looks like ten years old so I'm not exactly sure why they would do that!
All the worst high school anime tropes rolled into one yawn-inducing half hour. The writing was lazy, the premise made no sense, and the action scene (singular) was too confusing to be enjoyable. It reminded me a lot of Ladies vs. Butlers, actually. Mediocre, but I'll give it the standard three-episode test before dropping. 2/5
Freezing is a really jarring mix of talking heads, graphic violence and fanservice. I'm not sure what I think of it yet.
I hope the first little mystery GOSICK gave us isn't an indication of the quality of the main dish, because I figured that out way too fast. That guy does have some amazing hair, though.
"Onii-chan no Koto Nanka Zenzen Suki Janain Dakara ne!!" has the three-strike combination of a stupidly long name, horrible character designs, and a moronic premise. I'm not even going to bother with this one.
Seriously though, what is with those character designs? Is this a show about anorexia?
Is this a Zombie!?: I found this to be a pretty funny slap-stick comedy. Perhaps I was simply surprised but I'm definitely giving it 3 eps to see where this goes. Hopefully they level off the fan service though.
So a snotty brat who fancies themselves a detective?
Yep but it's actually decent! For a second there I thought it would be a mystery of the week show that involves the fabulous le Blois come in and give Victorique a case, she solves it, the end! But it looks like it's stepping out of that cosy mystery setting with them
actually going after the criminal and onto the boat
however this may just mean a change of scene, and we'll still be faced with a cosy environment, considering it is cut off from civilisation. I am interested to see where this goes. 3 eps to impress!
I'm not one to sit through an episode of anime if I don't find it interesting. Perhaps I have just hit rock bottom with regards to interest levels. Would explain the re-watching of School Rumble (although I still think it's funny )