Presented in no particular order, with no explanations whatsoever, 56 anime that are better than Fate/Zero. Be annoyed to your heart’s content. And oh yeah, there’s a review at the bottom: Continue reading
The last episode really built up to Fate/stay night, so I have hope that Ufotable may in fact do something in that regard sometime in the future.
Spring 2012 started strong. I mean, real strong. I thought I was going to be overwhelmed by the sheer number of the shows that I have to watch, but I ended up dropping all but six shows out of the 24 that I picked up. So yeah, this season kinda sucks.
For your convenience, I have decided to employ three rating systems in this post. The first is how I regularly rate anime in MAL, but more specific. The second is based on the western grading system and the third is based on Baka-Raptor’s method of rating anime.
Fate/Zero is a good(?) show, and I’m sure it’ll get better now that adrenaline is pumped back into the Urobuchi machine. However, that doesn’t change the fact the Fate/Zero can be incredibly monotonous.
For those of you who may not know, the messianic complex, or simply the messiah complex, is a state of mind where one believes that he/she is, or is destined to be, a savior, and all other notions not completely agreeing to his/her ideals are wrong. People with this way of thinking are usually very idealistic in nature – a perfect example would be the Nazi Germany Fuhrer Adolf Hitler. Most often, the beliefs of people who have messianic complex are unshakable, making them very dangerous if they have significant influence in a community and/or have considerable destructive abilities.
Clearly, magic isn’t a very good career path to pursue.
Well, I’m sure we all saw that coming.