Upcoming Review Schedule for Spring 2016

Thought I’d post an official schedule for all my weekly reviews next season in order to increase hype for ’em whilst also placing some self-control in regards to when and what I write on here. Let me know if you prefer knowing ahead of time or anticipating the unknown regarding these reviews in the comments below.

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3/21 – The Boy and the Beast

3/28 – ERASED

4/4 – Myriad Colors Phantom World

4/5 – Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash

4/11 – Active Raid

4/12 – Batman v. Superman

4/18 – Durarara!!x2 Ketsu

4/19 – Digimon Story: Cyber Sletuh

4/25 – Heavy Object

5/2 – Dagashi Kashi & Konosuba

5/9 – Girls Beyond the Wasteland

5/10 – Captain America: Civil War

5/16 – Garo: Crimson Moon

5/23 – Empire of Corpses

5/24 – Harmony

5/30 – Gate 2

6/6 – Summer 2016 Anime Season Preview

6/13 – Prince of Stride & Undefeated Bahamut Chronicles

6/20 – Haruchika

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Said schedule may be subject to change due to circumstances I didn’t foresee, but for now, this is what I’m planning starting next Monday. All reviews will be posted at 6 AM CST on the listed days, some weeks will have two reviews posted on the blog (generally one on Monday and one on Tuesday), and some reviews will cover two things at once due to the individual subject matter not being interesting enough to deserve their own post.

What’s NOT Getting Reviewed

  • Lupin III (2015) – Not really much to say about it that you can’t say about the other Lupins apart from criticism regarding Rebecca’s character.
  • Bubuki Buranki – I don’t actually know how long this show is, and there’s not much to say about it anyways, considering it’s nothing but a shallow shonen action series consisting of nothing but talking and fighting.
  • Dimension W – Dropped it at Episode 5 and I have no intention of watching anymore due to it being fucking boring. Out of curiosity, I watched a bit of its latest arc and you shouldn’t believe what people say about things getting good. It’s only good if you consider Black Cat a good anime (and Black Cat sucks).

8 responses to “Upcoming Review Schedule for Spring 2016

  1. Bubuki Buranki is awful, awful stuff, and I find Dimension W to be just plain uninteresting, so I have no problem with you not reviewing those, and your reason for not reviewing Lupin is fair.

    Otherwise, I look forward to reading your reviews on the other shows, for better or for worse.

  2. Looking forward to your reviews, especially for ERASED because that went downhill fast. Do you think that you’ll eventually watch Rakugo? I thought it was pretty well-written. Very excited to see that you’re going to review Batman v. Superman because I’m really hyped for it, and looking at everything else you’re reviewing, I’m guessing that it’ll be the most positive review. 🙂

    • especially for ERASED because that went downhill fast

      The reason I’m doing ERASED so soon is because of its high profile and the fact that it’s the most interesting show to talk about. It may have gone downhill, but at least it’ll be fun to say why it didn’t work.

      Do you think that you’ll eventually watch Rakugo? I thought it was pretty well-written.

      Nah. I understand Rakugo is well-written and all that, but I can’t connect with the subject material for the life of me.

      Very excited to see that you’re going to review Batman v. Superman because I’m really hyped for it, and looking at everything else you’re reviewing, I’m guessing that it’ll be the most positive review

      There’s also Uncharted 4 man. Assuming it stops getting delayed, everything I’ve heard about it sounds pretty epic.

      • I’m very sorry. I don’t much about Uncharted 4, or about any video games for that matter. Video games are something I’ve tried playing many times, but I always seem to be so terrible at them. Oh well.

    • Just to let you know in advance, I will be bringing up the recent hit video game, Life is Strange, in my upcoming ERASED review. To put it simply, it’s got a VERY similar story to ERASED with similar flaws, although overall I think it executes the time-travel thriller/social issue stuff way better and I’m gonna use it as comparison in order to illustrate why.

      If you don’t have the motivation to check it out yourself, here’s an Honest Game Trailer of the thing to bring you up to speed when the review goes up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsDoEZLgHn4

  3. Half of those seem like picking on low hanging fruit, to be quite honest. Either they’re not very popular or well-received (and the few who liked them are used to be in the minority), or they are in fact popular but their flaws are already kind of well-known, so no big surprises either way.