I hate when gundam gets edgy. And thus Tekkadan was born!!! I'm liking where this is going. Although the show tackles some serious themes, however, there's never a dull moment when you've got two, um, idiots roaming the battlefield. As the title implies, orphans such as child soldier and protagonist Mikazuki Augus play a huge role in the plot, as dissatisfaction with the status quo is fueling what looks like unavoidable conflict between various factions in Mars and Earth. When it comes to enjoyment, however, I had lots of fun watching this show despite all its obvious warts. If you like funny shows that can be both crude and though-provoking at the same time, you can't go wrong with Gintama. Priority one is to get some honest work, which might be tougher given their recent troubles with Gjallarhorn.
Every new episode of the anime concentrates on juvenile soldiers fighting with adults and establishing the security company headed by themselves. Story 300 years have passed after the epic battle of Earth with its outer colonies. I initially had low expectations for Rakudai Kishi, which looked like it was going to be another one of those dime-a-dozen harem academy shows. You should see the threads on 2ch etc. Honestly I thought that maybe he would've let Crank live, but I don't think that Crank would've wanted to work with them, besides he knew that if he returned he would've been killed so he asked Mika to do it, to preserve his honor. Spoilers All spoilers must be tagged.
At the very least it's a brand new direction for Gundam, but that's to be expected from Mari. There might come a time when Orga will have gone so extreme that Mika has to reject his order and put a stop to him. The series revolves in a futuristic world of Mars. I don't know about you but my first reaction is not to trust any dude with a mustache like that. However, Mars still depends on Earth in spheres of economy and development. Then you've got signs of cracks from within the newly minted Tekkadan group. Mika is ruthless,killing people with ease with no emotional distress visible perfectly fitting for a child solider.
If you like analytical-mystery shows, this one's for you. Really great episode, once again, three times on a row. He hasn't had much interaction with Atra despite her supposedly having a crush on him. There's no moral conflict in Mikazuki, who does whatever Orga tells him. At the same time, I hope the show also continues to forge its own identity, which so far has been steeped in a more serious, real-world approach to the kind of disturbing problems that most folks like to avert their eyes away from. Though there's a lack of Akihiro this episode or I missed him lol.
I'm being positively serial here, folks. Haikyuu has always been a fun romp for yours truly, thanks to its interesting personalities combined with what Will Ferrell would call volleyball strategery. Welcome to the real world, folks. It has also been colonized. A tale that chronicles the exploits of the silver-haired Gin, his crew of misfits for hire, and an assortment of hopelessly, well, hopeless characters, Gintama is oddball comedy of the highest order.
It wrapped up in March of the sane year. Part hero story, part satire and chock full of hilarious moments and great action, One Punch Man is easily the breakout show of the season. Darn it, Jim, I'm a doctor not an engineer! I would love a gundam that's not edgy and idealistic. Fortunately, Rakudai Kishi did not feature any dragged out love triangle or quadrangle as its protagonist proved to be quite decisive in the love department and is very likable to boot. I've never read the One Punch Man manga.
. A sort of ray of peace when there often is none in their line of work. This episode raised the body count once again while establishing a new balance of power that better shows the main cast's true colors. It seemed to me like he was considering letting Crank live but then changed his mind as soon as he saw his bracelet. It's a gripping portrayal of war that does not directly resemble any series that precedes it, leaving us all in suspense. Unlike the whiny yet pure tendencies that many a Gundam main character has exhibited in the past, Mikazuki is almost like a freaking machine. This period of time was called Calamity War.
Mika reminds me of Jonnah. . It was getting tiring to see those alleged mc soldiers who can't do anything. The fight itself was pretty fast though but intense. I Need A Hero No. It's a show that basically chronicles the world of gods, humans and the gray areas in between.
It's funny that Orga doesn't think Crank is being honest—he's probably the most honest person around in this episode. I really liked the design of this mecha though: Looks like we got a fight between it and Mikazuki. Crank was a good character. Admittedly, the show drags on a bit toward the second half of the fall season after a wonderful start, which is why it dropped down my list after starting out in my top five. The conflict exposed the corruption of Gjallarhorn as well, and the world was changing slowly but surely.