TPAB’s Top 100: Anime Moments of 2012 Part IV

This is the last part of our look back at 2012. Those moments that defined the anime experience, those scenes that you just can’t get enough of and those events that’ll stick with you forever. We started with Shining Hearts and Tony Taka’s awesome character design, talked about some great anime moments like Gin and Futayo kicking ass, talked about worst ones like the disturbing beach episode from Another and there are also a lot of kissing moments that I am too ashamed to admit. We have reached the top twenty five now and these moments are truly the ones that made the whole anime experience of 2012 an amazing ride. Have you seen your favorite moments yet? Maybe they’re in this one. Maybe not. I’m not exactly the kind of blogger that goes with the flow so some of these moments may not even cross your mind.

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Summer 2012 Lineup

These are all the anime of the Summer 2012 lineup. Suprisingly, there aren’t a lot of them. I’m missing three shows that are season twos (Yuru Yuri, Moyashimon and Dog Days) and I need to watch the first season to properly review them. There are three on going anime (Muv Luv, Kingdom and Sword Art Online) in the lineup. I have two more regular anime that I need to see and I’m pretty much done with this lineup in the meantime. On a side note, there are more than twenty five anime in the Spring 2012 lineup. I am not looking forward to next year.

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Kokoro Connect Review

This is review number eighty nine. I’m pretty close to a hundred so yay for me. I’ll be reviewing an anime of the Summer 2012 lineup. It’s Kokoro Connect and this anime is something I am very excited to see. It’s a thirteen episode anime about friendship and swapping bodies. That sounds nice, doesn’t it? I panicked a bit though because MAL listed it as a 17 episode anime but it’s actually only 13 episodes long. The other four is an OVA. It’s a nice anime. It could’ve been better though. Let’s read on.

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