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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Review of Spring 2015 anime Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches. Two years on, did this promising show live up to its promise?
Demi-chan wa Kataritai comes to a nice conclusion, even though this isn’t exactly the kind of episode one would want for a finale.
Demi-chan wa Kataritai delivers its most beautiful episode yet as its eleventh spectacle is truly something to behold.
The ninth episode has the Demi-chans trying to control their demi powers while the following spectacle attempts to answer the biggest question which arises upon seeing a dullahan having lunch.
The seventh episode of Demi-chan wa Kataritai has some focus on Sakie and succubi in general, though it’s not the kind of focus we expected.
Five episodes of A-1 Pictures’ Demi-chan wa Kataritai have aired and it is shaping up to be one of the strong anime of the season.
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.
Like an athlete tired after a marathon, 3-gatsu no Lion goes for its calmest episode yet right after its first shogi match. While preceding entries each advanced the story in their own way, this one is built on subtle hints alone, making it somewhat unsatisfying.
Fune wo Amu returns somewhat improved: incredibly flat as it may be, the lack of pretentious concepts devoid of any interest in favor of simple emotional exploration and comedy makes the whole more bearable.