Thirty three anime. I am hurting bad. I think I have three main series left and two anime shorts. The rest are on-going kid shows so I think it’s safe to close this lineup for now. I’ll need to collect my energy for Soul Eater Not and I’ll need to see the first seasons of Hanamonogatari and Mushishi before I watch it. Again, these are grouped according to their score. Anything eight and above is something I wholeheartedly recommend. Those grouped in 7s are flawed but good shows. I think most 6s are mediocre but still enjoyable to a degree. Some 5s cater to specific individual who’ll find their appeal charming despite the heavy flaws. 4s are doable but boring and 3 below are just plain bad. I think I am finally getting a good grasp of how my score system works. Anyways, click on the picture to see the review.
To those that care, I will not be moving on to Summer 2014 for now. I have unfinished business as I skipped Winter 2014 and I need to mop up Fall 2013. The perfectionist inside is insisting I come back for the shows I purposely abandoned. I will also tackle Fall 2010 as it is in my review poll for now. This’ll keep me busy for a long time. Oh, and another lineup as well. This is a lineup I dropped in favor of current lineups but I think it’s time to comeback to it. I’ll keep it secret for now. That’s that. Let me rest now.
This is review number 300.
I’ve reached 30% of my goal and it took a really long time. Thankfully, I am still inching into my 1000 goal. I mean, seriously, three hundred anime reviews is a triumph for me. My life got really hectic and balancing my work with anything else is pretty hard to do. I think I have come up with a good way to balance them now though after sixteen failed attempts. Heh, this’ll be my seventeenth if this plan fails as well. It’s hard to do something you must and something you love together unless the thing you must and love are the same. Sadly, my work is not about anime. I hope it is and maybe someday I’ll have an anime related job but for now, just having a stable life is OK. At least The Pantless Anime Blogger is looking pretty good. I already have big plans for this site and I am working on them as we speak. Trust me, other sites will copy this idea as well just like they did with my review poll. That’s right. I said it.
Anyways, the anime I’ll be reviewing is called Baby Steps. It’s a twenty five episode anime about a guy who becomes in love with tennis and he had the skills to become a pro after just two short years of playing the sports. It’s a pretty interesting anime but I do have my complaints. I also have a lot of things I particularly like so this is a decent anime. Let’s read on.