If you’re hungry for more slice of life with extra helpings of sugary “Moe” to the point it’s almost cloying, yet has some genuinely good moments, go pick it up. There are better mindless slice of life shows, but I didn’t resent watching this one.
Jojo’s is an extremely over-the-top presentation of a lot of dramatic, sexy-posing men, and it is a beautiful thing.
A truly beautiful movie with interesting, fresh, and unexpected elements, but still in the shadow of its predecessor, Your Name.
Take the humor of ProZD, strictly apply it to anime, add a production crew and cast, and you'll have a good idea of what to expect.
While the roster was down from 77 contestants to 32 (the price of watching Naruto this year) there were still some excellent shows watched this year. Order flexible.
With some extra sentimental feels and more polished animation, this is a great finisher that fits right in with usual K-On shenanigans.
KyoAni breathes their signature love into this piece, making it another great show for de-stressing and having a stakes-free good time.