This is review number four hundred and twenty six. This anime is part of the Fall 2014 lineup, and it’s called Psychopass 2. It’s an eleven episode anime about a non-moe character and a lot of people dying. Hey, if you’ve seen the first season then I don’t need to explain this one. Let’s just read on.
This is review number four hundred and thirteen. This anime is part of the Fall 1995 Lineup, and it’s called Neon Genesis Evangelion. This review is ridiculously long, and I apologize. The anime got in my head. Oh my gosh, it just ruined me. Let’s read on.
This is review number three hundred and fifty five. This anime is part of the Winter 2014 lineup, and I think I only have one more main series before I can officially close this lineup. The rest are less than five minute shows, and I can look at them at a later date. Anyways, the anime I’ll be reviewing is called Wake Up, Girls! It’s a twelve episode anime about a group of aspiring idols. It’s a really wonderful show. Let’s read on.
This is review number two hundred and ninety one. Holy sh*t. Is this real? I’m close to three hundred? Anyways, this is part of the Spring 2014 lineup in the noitaminA block. It’s called Ping Pong The Animation. It’s an eleven episode anime about a bunch of people training for the prelims of a ping pong match. Of course, it goes deeper than that. So much deeper than that and I think that’s one of the reasons to love this anime. Let’s read on.
This is review number two hundred and forty two. This anime is part of the Summer 2013 lineup. I think I can actually finish this lineup before the Fall 2013 lineup ends. I’m glad I was able to cover so much despite my slow pace. All I need to do is to sneak in the 24 plus episode anime and I’m golden. One problem at a time though. Anyways, the anime I’ll be reviewing is Gatchaman Crowds. It’s a twelve episode anime about a popular 70s anime getting a brand new installment to its series. It’s about superheroes battling alien scum and doing it in style. Oh, wait. It’s not. No, it is. Huh? Let’s read on.
This is review number one hundred and nineteen. This is part of the Spring 2011 lineup. I am close to reviewing the Fall 2012 lineup so I can’t wait for that. I’ll try to cover as much Spring 2011 anime as I can in the meantime though. The anime I’ll be reviewing is part of the Noitamina lineup. It’s [C]: The Money of Soul and Possibility Control or just “C”. It’s an anime about money and its importance on people. Its eleven episode long and I think it’s a pretty solid anime. Let’s read on.
Oh, also, the world didn’t end. The Mayans trolled us.