It’s that time again as I plan to watch some anime shows for 2014 Season. While I’m going to continue watching Nobunaga: The Fool (and probably Buddy Complex if Season 2 is all go), here are the shows that I’ll watch and sometimes blog them.
Now with so many shows premiering in Spring, I’m going to blog a few shows in a weekly basis, then watch the rest and make a post out of it as “The rest of the season…” from beginning, middle, and the end.
So without further ado, here’s the watch list: One for weekly blogging, the other for “The rest of the season…” post and the like. BTW, I’m excited that μ’s is back!
1. Black Bullet
2. Captain Earth
3. Hitsugi No Chaika
4. Kanojo ga Flag o Oraretara
5. Love Live! School Idol Project Season 2
6. Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei
7. Mekaku City Actors (aka Kagerou Project)
8. No Game No Life
1. Akuma no Riddle
2. Bokura wa Minna Kawaisou
3. Blade & Soul
4. Gokukoku no Brynhildr
5. Mangaka-san to Assistant-san to
Including Nobunaga: The Fool, that makes my blog list up to 9 shows while the other 5 are relegated to the “watch only” list.
Of course, it would be nice if next month will air a Gundam series (replacing Gundam Build Fighters) instead of waiting till fall. But hey, at least there’s Captain Earth from BONES to make up for the loss of GBF, as well as complimenting with Nobunaga: The Fool in the mecha anime department. I would consider watching Knights of Sidonia, but I can’t ’cause Takehito Koyasu is there from the beginning.
Oh yes, and while Love Live! will be back as expected and will blog it for Spring, there’s a new anime series called Mekaku City Actors, which is based on Vocaloid music videos produced by Jin (or Shizen no Teki-P).
It’s similar to Black ★ Rock Shooter that both of them has a story to tell in the form of music videos. What sets them apart however is while Black ★ Rock Shooter has one song that later produced a multimedia project, Mekaku City Actors (or Kagerou Project) is composed of many songs which was followed by a light novel series from the same producer that flesh out the story further. Afterwards, Kagerou Project spawned a manga adaptation, and now an anime adaptation from SHAFT.
As for the rest of the blog list, it’s full of light novel adaptations. There’s one from Kodansha which is titled Kanojo ga Flag o Oraretara, and the rest are from Kadokawa, composing of Black Bullet, Hitsugi No Chaika, Mahouka Koukou no Rettousei, and No Game No Life.
Anyways, see you next month!