Tag Archives: Winter 2018 Anime
In the sixth episode of Star ☆ Twinkle PreCure, Hikaru takes Lala to the nearby observatory to try and get her to relax a little.
For the spring 2018 season of anime, we were reminded that the anime industry can be an incredibly harsh place. It’s unfortunate, but that isn’t what I want to focus on. Instead, I will be looking back over what I … Continue reading
Takunomi is a twelve-episode anime adaptation of the comedy manga written by Haruto Hino. The anime was directed by Tomoki Kobayashi, and the writer was Katsuhiko Takyama. The studio that produced it was Production IMS. Takunomi aired as part of … Continue reading
Hakumei and Mikochi is a twelve-episode anime adaptation of the slice of life manga written by Takuto Kashiki. The anime is directed by Masaomi Andō and written by Reiko Yoshida. The studio that produced it was Lerche. Hakumei and Mikochi … Continue reading
Good news: episode 10 is an improvement over episode 9 in terms of animation quality. Bad news: this is the last episode we will be getting of Maerchen Maedchen, as the broadcast has been suspended. I don’t know if or … Continue reading
A Place Further Than the Universe is a thirteen-episode anime original television series produced by Madhouse. The director for the series is Atsuko Ishizuka, the writer is Jukki Hakeda, and character designs are by Takahiro Yoshimatsu. The studio that produced … Continue reading
In episode 8 of Hugtto! PreCure, it is Homare’s turn to shine again. A face from her past shows up, and is eager to have her go to Moscow to pursue a figure skating career.
Mitsuboshi Colors is a twelve-episode anime adaptation of the comedy manga written by Katsuwo. The anime was directed by Tomoyuki Kawamura, and the producer was Shōgo Yasukawa. The studio that produced it was Silver Link. Mitsuboshi Colors aired as part … Continue reading
Slow Start is a twelve-episode anime adaptation of the manga written by Yuiko Tokumi. The director of the anime was Hiroyuki Hashimoto, and the writer was Yoshiaka Fujisawa. The studio that produced it was A-1 Pictures. Slow Start aired as … Continue reading