Samui’s weekly round-up, in which he shares his thoughts on the past week’s anime; here, Winter 2016’s third week.
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Girlish Number’s penultimate offering was perhaps its most satisfying so far. Chitose is the subject of discussion even when away from work; this build-up to her breakdown helps reveal the show’s true nature.
Girlish Number recovers from previous blunders as Chitose starts getting what she deserves, both professionally and in her personal life.
Girlish Number focuses on family issues, marking the show’s turn into something more character-based. While the disappointment is felt, the value of the issues tackled somewhat makes up for it.
Girlish Number takes us to the beach. But of course, this is no laughing matter when our voice actresses need to sell their “personal” side; making this a very expectable entry.
Girlish Number returns awesome as ever. This time the anime recording is ending, bringing a few summer activities as well as somewhat negative conclusions with it… while Chitose proves deluded as ever in an episode chiefly centered on her personal issues.
Girlish Number further establishes itself as the season’s best, as Chitose’s first major finally appears on television, marking the definite start of her story.
Girlish Number confronts our heroine with the reality of the industry as she faces her first big role. With the demands rising, her confidence faces its biggest test yet.
After Chitose got her first major role, Girlish Number decides to explore the industry’s many struggles. Hypocrisies, impossibly tight schedules, conflicts with the creators: no issue is spared.
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.