Koe no Katachi is Kyoto Animation’s latest theatrical release. It is also arguably one of the most beautiful things to have ever graced us.
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Hai to Gensou no Grimgar is about a group of young boys and girls who suddenly find themselves in a mysterious new world with RPG mechanics, having no memories of their previous lives save for their names. It’s a show full of potential which doesn’t quite reach the mark.
More than the music itself, the performers’ feelings in their great performances shine in Hibike! Euphonium’s penultimate episode, making it one of simple beauty.
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.
Rei continues to explore the mind of fellow shogi players in this new episode of 3-gatsu no Lion; the experience isn’t quite as heartwarming as the last time, but perhaps more revealing.
Hibike! Euphonium’s latest episode is surely its weakest yet. Although Reina’s fans will be glad to see her under the spotlight, the twenty-four minutes teach us all too little.
Girlish Number recovers from previous blunders as Chitose starts getting what she deserves, both professionally and in her personal life.
3-gatsu no Lion has a rare shogi-focused episode… though there’s little actual shogi. The show, once again, centers itself on themes such as the meaning of the game to its player.
Hibike! Euphonium’s tenth episode is a thoroughly impressive run through two parallel stories: the first being Mamiko’s, and the second Asuka’s.
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.