Ashita no Anime

Anime of Tomorrow

Anime of the Week (5/26 – 6/1)

Anime of the Week – Attack on Titan
Mikasa embraces Eren Real friends are there for each other in their darkest moments to pull them back from the brink of the abyss. It’s very powerful to watch these brave young men and women assess their situation, develop a strategy with the limited resources available to them and put it into action (not without a few problems to be addressed along the way). And in the end, it’s also nice to be reminded that sometimes the little things are what’s most important.                              
May 26 HenNeko Ep. 7 We may long for someone to love us, but it isn’t something that can be forced. You have to let it happen naturally.
Red Data Girl Ep. 10 We can seek the advice of our friends and family, but at the end of the day we are responsible for our own decisions.
May 27 Attack on Titan Ep. 8 My prediction was spot-on that Eren had turned into a titan, but Mikasa’s reunion was more touching than I expected.
Gargantia Ep. 8 Ledo is much more complicated than he appears at first glance. He’s not fighting for the glory, but to protect humanity.
May 28 Date A Live Ep. 9 It bothers me that Ratatosk had a way of preventing space quakes for some time, but hasn’t been using it for some reason.
May 30 Samurai Bride Ep. 8 It’s disappointing to see a series with a strong first season get such a lacking sequel. Even the ecchi feels lazy.
June 1 Railgun S Ep. 8 Justice without power is impotent. Power without justice is tyranny. Misaka is power and justice combined in one person.
Maou-sama Ep. 9 Other than being ironically creative in its reinterpretations, I didn’t see anything that was essential to the story.
Crime Edge Ep. 9 Though it’s not the most eloquent of stories, this anime nonetheless still manages to have its touching moments.
Red Data Girl Ep. 11 Isn’t it better to trust in how things actually are than to deceive ourselves and others with preferable, wistful lies?
Leviathan Ep. 7 This series isn’t very sophisticated, but because it knows it isn’t supposed to be sophisticated it’s still fun to watch.

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