Thankfully this was a short lineup so I was able to watch a decent amount of the shows before my life got hectic. I’ll definitely circle back on the rest of the shows and mentally prepare myself for Beelzebub in the near future. 50 plus episode anime are way off my radar for the time being.
Hello there. Here is another review for my quest to reach a thousand. This is review number nine and today I’ll talk about a slice of life anime. I know the genre has a bit of a bad rep for being slow and boring. I have my fair share of slice of life anime I hate. It’s a hard genre to love but most of the time; the genre delivers some of the best anime around. Sure it doesn’t have gravity defying stuff or super powered beings fighting for two weeks and such but the genre holds something truly unique. It is real. The genre borrows real life subjects and turns it magical.
I remember my first slice of life, it was Asatte no Houkou. I was really captivated by it. It’s very slow and boring but life isn’t all about message in a bottles or dragons in your backyard. I am in love with this genre and I hope I can convince you try this one today.
The anime is entitled Hourou Musuko. It’s an eleven episode anime about gender identity. Let’s read on.