Aggretsuko continues doing what it does so well, even if the gap moe is turned down a bit.
A mature, heavy, and heartwarmingly human piece focusing on fatherhood and family. Complete with a beautiful and tender soundtrack that gets the feels rolling.
Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka
While I really liked the premise, I feel the execution fell short on all fronts. Lackluster animation, characters, and dialogue led me to literally fall asleep during the final battles.
Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!
Eizouken is a funny, passionate, beautiful love letter to animation and the entire process behind making it. Truly a standout piece among anime and TV shows as a whole.
Sweetness and Lightning
A sweet and wholesome Slice of Life that takes you through the joys of discovering cooking, and learning to do so for those you love and care about.
Despite taking place in a restaurant, this is not a food or cooking anime. Rather, it's a Josei harem romance that borders on the line of being a Soap Opera.
WorldEnd: What Do You Do at the End of the World? Are you Busy? Will You Save Us? (SukaSuka)
It tries to have the scope, depth, and rich history of Stormlight or a Final Fantasy game, but watching it feels like watching a speed-run of said game. For how much of the story is focused on the romance element, it all feels tremendously hollow, with very forced "emotional scenes."
Land of the Lustrous
A gorgeous and fresh experience with masterfully crafted music and visuals and strong emotional elements.
Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku
Wotakoi hilariously and truthfully shows the joys of being passionate about what you love and finding someone with that same passion, and the difficulties when your passions don’t match. It shows the unique difficulties of working with certain personality types that are more common among nerds, and how that dynamic is different for different couples.
A good wrap-up for some lingering characters while being a fitting inclusion to the series.