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β–²πŸŒ±WAtched some New ANime[thoughts]

Posted by Uluri - October 17th, 2019

My thoughts to be exact. I'll mostly be saying if I recomend them or not. Spoiler Free, and based on 1st episode, some second episode. 1 being the lowest rating (there are no zeroes).

Iruma-Kun (Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun) β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜†β˜†
I have been reading the Manga since it was out, and I really like the manga. IN the anime, the series is zany and colorful. A lot of weird things are going on, so I feel that the colors and energy are fine for the series. However, I suggest to read the manga along side it or if you are easily given headaches because the animation seems to be a bit jumpy and might cause headaches. The transitions between locations and scenes could have also been done better and it makes things feel a bit stiff. I give the anime a 3/5 stars for being faithful to the story but haveing only okay-ish animation quality. Music vs other audio is something the series should think about fixing in the future, though. Music too loud in some places.

Ascendance of a Bookworm β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…
This one got me really excited to watch it. This is an Isekai series (in another world) but with very little... i'll call it static... that isekai's usually hang up on relating to their previous world/life. (examples: I'm japanese and I NEED my rice! I've just invented the Wheelbarrel/gun/car in this medieval world!) None of that nonesense. I enjoy the Main Character's discovery and experience of the world around them. I give this series 5/5 stars for story, a MC that I can enjoy, pacing, and some good artwork. The one thing that I can't stop seeing, though, is the artist had some trouble drawing kid characters, but that's not really anything to get hung up on. What's important is that this is a series that I eagerly await more episodes for.

High School Prodigies Have It Easy Even In Another World β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜†
This is an Isekai and a series about Mary-sue Characters. KEEP THIS IN MIND this series is about mary-sue characters, not just op main characters. Therefor, if you dislike mary-sues chances are you won't enjoy this series beacuse... that's the point of this anime and they firmly establish this at the begining. Going into this series knowing this, I have to say I really enjoyed the first and second episode a great deal. I give this a 5/5 because this series is using their Mary-sue characters so far in a way that would indeed be done by such characters without it being gringe terrritory. And they put quite a good fine work in the art/animation, too. OH BUT UHHH, just going to give a WARNING to not eat anything before watching the first episode. I give this 4/5 stars. I'm as excited to watch it as"Bookworm" but the first episode at teh begining was a bit hard to watch teh first half. I did follow up into the second episode and want to keep watching, though. This rating will def change based on what is to come. If episode 3 keeps up the same interest I'd easily move this up to 5/5 to redeem itself for the difficult introduction to the series and weird insert of [scene I warn about].

ASSASSINS PRIDE β˜…β˜…β˜†β˜†β˜†
This would have a 1/5 if they didn't put as much effort into the art/animation as much as they did. READ THE MANGA INSTEAD. They cut 80% of the content. If I could put it this way, I read the manga, and my brother didn't. Sat down together to watch and five minutes in the results were a VERY confused Kaioku and a very appalled Uluri. I had to pause the show and make Kai read the Manga, but I watched the full 1st episode myself just to make sure. They reduced this series into Ground Beef. Beyond minced. They could have gotten 2-3 full episodes in with the amount of content they cut out of the first episode.

The first five minutes of the episode you are left confused with no idea who anyone is, why anything is, and how anyone got where they were. Reading up to the same point in the manga, you know who the main character is, the plot of the series, How scene A led into Scene B and C, about the overall world, and even the personality of said MC and some side characters. (This is just the part I let Kaioku watch). This pattern keeps up throughout the first episode, and I can't even tell you how appaled I am at how much they cut out of it. I may even be so inclined to say they cut 90% of the series.