Bungou Stray Dogs has just thickened its plot. Dazai and Oda come far in their chase of Mimic and Ango, but only encounter mysteries eerier than before.
Hibike’s second episode is one of transition. The band’s off time and following training camp allows focus on the characters’ inner worries, from the smallest to the biggest.
Mahoiku is one of the three or so magical girl anime airing this season, and these first couple of episodes have shown this to have the most potential of the lot.
Izetta makes an underwhelming return. While the charm is still present, the story’s progression and focus on the dynamic between the heroines narrows the series’ prospects severely.
The highly anticipated 3-gatsu no Lion has finally come in – and it’s just as good as one could have hoped. Troubled as it is sweet, the spectacle is compelling, if not yet utterly spectacular.
Watari Wataru, of Oregairu fame, takes us on a ride through the seiyuu industry in his new work Girlish Number. In this first look, he shows us his amused, if somewhat skeptical, view of this world.
Hibike! Euphonium returns as if it had never left. We may see new characters, but it’s still the same Hibike of old, with its many strengths and few flaws.
Having left us with the reveal of Port Mafia’s leader and the arrival of Fitzgerald’s band, Bungou Stray Dogs returns with a sudden jump to the past.