It’s time for a roundup of what’s hot in the season. Haven’t started following the watch list? Check out the previous post for a sum-up of what’s coming this season. There are many series run beyond my expectations and it’s an story that I don’t really have much time to follow all of them. Sadly, I will have to pick what’s the most suitable for me and, of course, for the rest of us.
It’s time for another post of recommended series of this season. If you haven’t checked out our list of new Anime this month, it’s time. There are tons of them, I mean it. Here is a list of a total of 19 series which is divided into recommended and casual watching sections. The recommended series are those I like a lot and think you will feel the same way, while the casual watching ones are I currently follow and you may want to have a try if you like it.
Most of the series in this Fall except Initial D have aired the first episode and wonder how you guys like it. We had a very long list this Fall but basically ended up follow only few of them. The graphic and animation quality are highly improved however the story itself remains biased, probably due to the fact that I prefer interesting story personally. Of course there is always good side and we have some series really stand out from the crowd. For example, Chuunibyo demo Koi ga Shitai! and Little Busters!.
Late post. A month has passed and things are a mess at this moment. Guess all we need is a little bit more patience and consistency, and keep on the move. Back to the topic. How do you like the new series this season so far? Do enjoy most of them and the downside is we don’t really have that much time to watch them all. Some of us might simply start to watch the entire series after all the episodes are aired and that’s also what I do from time to time.
After the first week of the release of the April 2010 Anime, I found that there are tons of great Anime that we failed to mention in our previous post. HEROMAN, one of the April 2010 Anime I failed to mention somehow attracted my attention. Upon reading the introduction of the story I found this is quite ordinary and boring. And what’s more, the character design is not quite my style and I of course kicked it from my watching list. However, as a blogger I decided to try out every series of the new season and there were always shining new stars came out from the so called “boring series”.
I’ve being long interested in Japanese Drama but to be frankly I’m not an expert at this field and I only like several actors and actresses, say, Tomohisa Yamashita (山下 智久), Kazuya Kamenashi (亀梨和也) and so forth. Am recently interested in the 2008 Japanese Drama Bloody Monday.
Bloody Monday is originally a Manga authored by Ryou Ryuumon (龍門 諒) and tells the story of a virus deal clinched in Russia on the Christmas eve. I haven’t read the Manga before and you can have detailed information at Wikipedia.
Chrome Shelled Regios (鋼殻のレギオス, Koukaku no Regios) is a Japanese light novel series by Shousuke Amagi (雨木 シュウスケ), with illustrations by Miyou (深遊). The story is really attractive. I was told that there’re too many characters in the novel and it was difficult to make it into Anime. But there it was. Visit Wikipedia and Anime News Network for more about the Anime. Visit official website (JP) of the Anime.
Meme Higashiya’s four-panel Manga series Recorder to Randoseru (Recorder and Satchel) just announced its TV Anime adaptation. A light is probably threw into your mind from the title. We have a few elementary students series in the Summer season, but Recorder to Randoseru seems to have a very different style from Usagi Drop’s heart-warming and RO-KYU-BU’s fan service story.
According to the official website, TV Anime of Red Data Girl was announced. Animation studio P.A. WORKS and character designer Kishida Mel will be responsible for the series. Written by Noriko Ogiwara, Red Data Girl is a series of fantasy novels revolve around Izumiko Suzuhara, a 15-year old girl who has the ability to destroys any electrical devices that she comes into contact with.
Late release of REI’s artwork. Maybe you have already known, REI (Circle name: REI’s ROOM) is not a Japanese but a Chinese (Taiwan) and also one of the most talent illustrators in the world. Sometimes I got confused with her artwork and Satoshi Kiba’s (木場智士, Circle name: RETRO).