This is review number three hundred and fifty eight. This anime is part of the Winter 2016 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is called Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash. It’s a twelve episode anime about SAO being given a much better story. No, this is actually a very different being and I actually like the change in perspective. Let’s read on.
This is review number three hundred and forty six. This anime is part of the Fall 2008 lineup. The anime I’ll be reviewing is called Moryou no Hako. It’s a thirteen episode anime about a headless girl inside a box freaking people out. The actual story is not far from that, by the way. Also, if you’re wondering why I’m watching an old show, it’s because I used to do this. This anime is part of the ten recommended anime in that list, and I will be reviewing them alongside Winter 2014. Yes, this also means that the post is coming back once I finished the ten anime in the list. So everyone, prepare your non Boku no Pico anime and let’s have fun with the next one. This anime is one of the strong shows in that list of ten. Let’s read on.
This is review number two hundred and twenty four AND a half. What? Notice the half. From now on, I’ll consider any anime that runs for five minutes or less as a “.5” number. I feel like if I keep watching short shows and give them a full number, then I’m very much cheating on my goal. This time around, two short anime will occupy a number. I won’t combine them into one post because one review deserves one post but anything that runs below five minutes (or anything not reaching 10 minutes) gets half a number.
Anyways, the anime I’ll be reviewing is a short anime from the Spring 2013 lineup. I’ve basically run out of anime to watch and I have no motivation for Nyaruko-san 2. I’ll be reviewing Aiura. It’s a twelve episode anime that runs for five minutes. It’s about three girls and their normal life. Yeah, it’s one of those shows so let’s read on.