Saekano S2 thoughts

Saekano S2 thoughts

I got around to watching the last 3 episodes (9-11).

It’s good. I liked it. I want a third (and likely final) season.

But the last 3 episodes of Saekano’s season 2 did fall a little flat.

Here are some highlights, followed by some thoughts on where How to raise a boring girlfriend Flat falls short for me.

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“Violet Evergarden” looks absolutely stunning

“Violet Evergarden” looks absolutely stunning

I’m really looking forward to this one.

It looks gorgeous, and what I know about it has me intrigued. I’ll have to take a look if there’s an English translation for the light novel.

“I will run as fast as I can to wherever my customer desires. I am the Auto Memories Doll, Violet Evergarden.”


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Sugoi Japan Award 2016 winners: The manga, anime, novels Japan thinks you should binge on

Sugoi Japan Award 2016 winners: The manga, anime, novels Japan thinks you should binge on

Your Lie in April, Shirobako and Psycho-Pass? Yes, yes and yes!

Danmachi’s a fun read too.

Stuff like this gives me a warm feeling inside because it means there are other people out there who likes the same stuff I do.


sugoi 21 Chosen by the readers, these awards represent the cream of the current crop.

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World End Economica, my thoughts

World End Economica, my thoughts

If you’ve read Spice and Wolf or heard of Isuna Hasekura, you probably don’t need to hear this from me.

But, for the general populace who haven’t heard of light novels, or visual novels for that matter, here’s my TL;DR call to action for you.


Especially while it’s half off (50%!) on steam thanks to the year end christmas sales.

Now, really quickly here’s some of my thoughts on World End Economica: Episode 1. I’m not thinking too hard on this so the prose will suck.

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