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Anime: Summer 2013

list of summer stuff I watched and how I like it. I'm too lazy to do rdescriptions and all that this time so look it up if it looks interesting to you ror ask
1Meishi Smile

Toaru Kagaku no Railgun S: Great to have another season of Railgun. It was awesome to see the Sisters' arc from Index S1 from Misaka's perspective, which also made things even more emotional (Misaka 9982 ;______;). While the last arc was kind of lame, it made up for it with a classic Railgun climax with literally everyone you know just beating the shit out of everything (seeing the two swim team girls combine their powers to make that water skateboard thing was tight as shit) and ending with everything getting blown up while they recycle the cheesy trance based OPs. It's so cliche but felt SO GOOD! Favorite thing of the season, although it's not as good as S1 which is a 10/10 for me.
2Smoke Room
Vol. 1

Monogatari S2: While we're only halfway through S2 of SHAFT's brilliant adaptation of Nisio Isin's Monogatari novels, it continues to be one of my favorite series ever. With everyone back and even more crazy oddity mysterious, gorgeous animation, and abundance of Japanese puns, the new season does not disappoint. I'm really digging Otorimonogatari / Nadeko Medusa right now, really great to see my favorite girl back in the spotlight for once, now with some crazy dark shit going on. My only complaint is they're trying to cram full novels into 3-5 episode arcs, so they're a bit rushed and leave some stuff out, but all in all it's still really awesome.
3Tim Hecker

The World God Only Knows III: wow, was I excited when S3 for TWGOK got announced, and that it was adapting my favorite arc in the manga. S3 changes TWGOK's standard formula and adds actual danger and suspense to the mix, as Keima tries to track down his past conquests to find the goddesses necessary to stop Vintage from resurrecting Old Hell. With some of my favorite female leads back in the spotlight (Haqua, Tenri, and Ayumi, along with anime newcomer Yui), it's a buttload of fun that kept a huge smile on my face all twelve episodes long.
4Oneohtrix Point Never
R Plus Seven

Servant x Service: another great Karino Takatsu (mangaka of Working!!/Wagnaria!!) adaptation. Really great work based seinen / slice of life comedy that was just really enjoyable. While nothing terribly special, it was constantly cute and funny and every character in its ensemble was great, as well was the chemistry between everyone in the public service division. Also Lucy is the cutest new girl of the year like goddamn bruh.
5Slime Girls
Vacation Wasteland

Love Lab: it was cute and really funny but I didn't get around to finishing it.
Pure Heroine

Watamote: Poor Tomoko, the little shit awkward manifestation of every socially awkward moment you've ever experienced that you hate to love. Watch her just trip through twelve episodes worth of secondhand embarrassment as she fails to do anything. Having her best friend voiced by Kana Hanazawa was a big plus though. I ended it on episode 11 though cause at least that way it ended on a happy note.
7Boards of Canada

Gatachaman Crowds: I came into Crowds late in the game, after hearing huge amounts of hype around it. It was a fine watch, plenty of cool superhero action, fun, and at times lived up to its Gatchaman name. However, the ending was total dogshit and only barely managed to not completely ruin the series for me. Also, in retrospect, it really wasn't very good overall, aside from being pretty and tricking you into thinking actual plot development was taking place. Utsutsu was so cute but goddamn she didn't do shit all season, but then again, neither did anyone else.
8Forest Swords

Uchouten Kazoku: Another show I picked up do to hype. After watching and enjoying the first few episodes, I kind of forgot about it and don't really feel like finishing it.
9Gold Panda
Lucky Shiner

Shingeki no Kyojin: we all know it sucks but shit I watch it anyway. Although as it progressed the negative aspects of the show began to far outweigh the positives. Can I just read/watch a spinoff about Historia, Ymir, and Sasha?? Please? They're the only people I give even the littlest shit about. Okay I guess Levi and Hanji are fine too.
10Ling Tosite Sigure
just A moment

Stella Jogakuin Koutou-ka C?-bu: wow GAINAX you fucking suck now. K-ON! with guns? Guys I'll give you the benefit of the doubt with Medaka Box because even though it was shit it was still Medaka Box so I loved it, but really now?? RIP GAINAX, long live Trigger

Free!: dropped like two episodes in, didn't care. Future Yui and Gou were not enough to hold my attention for twelve episodes.

Danganronpa: terrible, and it even wasn't good just to see people from the game animated because the animation was fucking terrible. They left out any shred of character development / every fun part of the game. God that was terrible. I guess seeing Kirigiri with the ramen on her head and seeing Junko do a Dio pose was worth it though.
Tell Your World

Choujigen Game Neptune: The Animation: God-awful, just like the game. Not even the great animation and abundance of cute girls could do it for me. Sorry Mike
14Melt Banana

Blood Lad: I dropped four episodes in because I just couldn't care.
15Internet Club
The Sharper Image

Ro-Kyu-Bu! SS / Senki Zesshou Symphogear G / Gin no Saji: didn't get around to (I like little girls playing basketball as much as the next guy, I couldn't make it through Symphogear S1 despite being gorgeous and I just didn't get to Silver Spoon).
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