I did not want to post this now because I have a lot more to watch in this lineup but I don’t think I can close this anytime soon. I sacrificed Winter 2014 for this abnormally long lineup and I ended up messing up both lineups. I’m a failure. It’s also fun reading my enthusiasm fade after each post. This is a massive lineup with a lot of season 2s and long shows that I have never encountered before. Of course, I’ll stay enthusiastic and say that I’ll watch all the shows here and tackle Winter 2014 as well but the realist in me says that I should just accept the fact that time waits for no one. Also, my review style is getting complicated long which is both good and bad. It’s good because I give every anime, no matter how insignificant, a fair review. It’s bad because it takes a toll on me to write so many damn long reviews. This is a problem and you can assure TPAB will find a way to fix it.
Anyways, these are all the anime that I reviewed for the Fall 2013 lineup where I had my first ever “Review Poll”. These anime are grouped by their score because people are b*tching about a score based main list. I always believe that discovering great anime is part of being an anime fan but then again, as a reviewer, I should be the one pointing people to them. So here you go. Click on the pictures to see the review.
This is review number two hundred and fifty two. This anime is part of the Fall 2013 lineup. I still have some Summer 2013 anime to finish up and some Spring 2013 anime to close but this is a new year and another step for this small site. First of all, let me direct you to the new page I set up called Review Poll. It’s a new experiment of mine where you vote which Fall 2013 anime I should review next. Sounds like fun, right? Drop by the page and cast your vote.
Anyways, the anime I’ll be reviewing is Kyoukai no Kanata. I promised to watch Free last in the Summer lineup so I think it’s a good chance to watch a KyoAni anime first in the Fall lineup. This is a twelve episode anime about a girl that likes to stab people. It’s actually more deep than that but I think the surprise is actually figuring out the plot, if that makes any sense. So let’s read on.