Ashita no Anime

Anime of Tomorrow

Anime of the Week (1/20 – 1/26)

Anime of the Week – Psycho-Pass
Ginoza and Akane talk about what life was like before Sybil. No matter how carefully crafted a system may be to safeguard the happiness of the people, there will always be those who seek to break it because of their ideals or take advantage of it for their own benefit.
January 20 Kotoura-san Ep. 1 Initial impression – revealing the truth http://wp.me/p1Gaby-HQ
Shinsekai Ep. 16 Sometimes, no matter how much you want something or how hard you try, you have to accept that it just wasn’t meant to be.
Little Busters Ep. 15 I enjoy these kinds of scenarios that highlight how girls can be mischievous troublemakers in their own right.
Kotoura Ep. 2 I love how Manabe is a strong enough man to cut right straight to the chase and stand up against Kotoura’s female bullies.
January 21 Amnesia Ep. 2 There’s no doubt this is a shoujo anime. You need to look no further than the characters’ garish fashion sense. Bleh.
January 22 OreShura Ep. 3 For Yukari Tamura’s sake, I really want to like this show, but the characters’ thinking hasn’t been remotely reasonable.
Sakurasou Ep. 15 Friends who love you for your passion are the best. It’s even more wonderful to stand tall knowing someone’s got your back.
January 24 Tamako Ep. 3 I’m glad to see this series is nothing like K-ON aside from its visual style. It has a unique charm and a little mystery, too.
January 25 Psycho-Pass Ep. 14 This anime is crafted with a terrible beauty. Crime is rare beyond comprehension—to the point of being unbelievable.
December 26 Zetsuen Ep. 15 When the will of fate is capable of bending reality to protect your existence, the results of that favoritism can be scary.
Maoyuu Ep. 4 The political advantages of love vs marriage are powerful. I’m not complaining, but a little more action couldn’t hurt.
Kotoura Ep. 3 Sometimes it takes more courage to be loved than to love someone. But sharing hardship is an important part of friendship.
Vividred Ep. 3 When a series is clichéd to this degree, the slightest flaw can crumble the whole thing. So far the premise hasn’t faltered.

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