Clannad First Impressions

Over the past, I have watched many anime that I feel like are essential to watch. Some of those anime include K-On!, The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Nichijou, Azumanga Daioh, Toradora!, Steins;Gate, Welcome to the NHK!, and Neon Genesis Evangelion. These are the kind of anime I must watch before I die or quit watching anime. The only anime left that belongs in that category is Clannad, which I heard is the saddest anime ever.

But before I start watching Clannad, I needed to watch Air and Kanon first. If I had watched Clannad before Air and Kanon, they would have felt lackluster. I thought Air was very great, and Kanon was excellent. Both anime had really sad and emotional moments, and while Air had good characters, Kanon had excellent characters. Now it finally comes to this moment, where I start watching Clannad. Continue reading


SLMOE’s Anime Watching: Week 20, 2018 Recap

The twentieth Sunday has arrived, and that means I get to share my experiences on all of the anime I watched. This week, I watched Initial D First Stage, Kanon (2006), Comic Girls, The World God Only Knows: Goddesses, Haganai NEXT, Haiyore! Nyaruko-San, and Heaven’s Lost Property: Forte. Continue reading

Comic Girls Episode 4 & 5 Thoughts

Comic Girls reminds me a lot of New Game and Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid. I don’t like fanservice and yuri undertones, which all three of these anime have. However, they all have many positive qualities, such as how cute, well-written, and beloved the characters are, numerous great moments, lots of funny moments, and the high quality art and animation. Comic Girls isn’t as well known as New Game or Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, but it has all the makings of a high quality CGDCT anime and needs more recognition.

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Comic Girls First Impressions

If you know me, you know that like many other anime fans, I watch seasonal anime. Ever since Spring 2015, I’ve always watched at least one airing anime per season (except for Spring 2016). There is no reason for me not to watch an airing anime, and I usually aim for the bright, colorful, peaceful, and cutesy anime, which is why I’m watching Comic Girls. And while I’m still watching Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Arc, I want to start watching an airing anime. Continue reading