Quite honestly, I didn’t know what to expect of Binbougami Ga! Having seen the first episode, I can now say that Binbougami will probably be that one “weird but funny” show of the season. Yes, you could argue that Jinrui is also weird and funny, but that isn’t the point of that show. Binbougami on the other hand, is pure comedy.
Humanity has declined is a surrealist-slash-macabre social commentary that utilizes the advantages of satire and black humor to get its cynicism across to the audience in a backdrop of a post-apocalyptic pastel-colored dreamland.
Ah, yes. Another one of these bad light novel adaptations.
It wasn’t as bad as I was expecting it to be. In fact, I think it’s pretty good…
For this season, there aren’t many animes that I am interested in, unlike the Fall season. Some have the ability and potential in my opinion to be good from the plot summary. Only Black Rock Shooter and Another are on my definite “to-watch” list. The rest will depend on recommendations and my boredom.
But I’m sure you’re wondering what’s the reason behind the name for the post.
Well, I still haven’t decided what kind of posts to put here and over at Interests Of a Psychopath. This was a post that took 4 days to write as I would gain interest, then panic over the exams, study and forget about it. I didn’t want to post it here because its all my personal thoughts and a group post with the same intention ought to be more apt for AOIA.
It’s a first impressions post of some of the animes of Fall 2011. The ones I’ve bothered to watch anyway. Here it is. Enjoy my delusional writing ( I was incredibly stoned when I typed it out)
Based on the first episodes of these two series, I am now inclined to see how they will go. Nichijou has great art and shows a very chaotic approach to everyday life and Steins;Gate had a more Inception-like approach. Two completely different shows yet both are arguably equally entertaining and appealing (at least to people like me). Continue reading