Tokyo ESP drops rights into the late stages of a tense plot with terrorist espers rebelling against the Japanese government, and its unorthodox introduction works in its favour to set up what should be an interesting cour of anime.
Satomi Koutaro has a terribly supernatural freeloader problem threatening his new peaceful bargain of an apartment, but despite the spirits and aliens haunting him, Rokujyouma no Shinryakusha!? comes across rather mundane.
Zankyou no Terror is probably going to ask you to think — and lead by the direction of Shinichiro Watanabe, that shouldn’t surprise anyone.
A high school pervert summons a witch who can grant his every wish and that’s the most important thing you need to know about Majimoji Rurumo.
If you’re unfamiliar with the world of boys-love shows, Love Stage!! might be a great entry point to consider.
Despite its fronts, Jinsei has little to do with a life advice column in a high school student newspaper, and more to do with the stupid antics of those trying to give advice.
Ao Haru Ride is one ride you probably don’t want to catch unless you want to cringe your way through another bland high school love story.
Just when you think there couldn’t possibly be another way to tell a high school romantic comedy, Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun throws its lot into the mix.
Picking up right where it left off last winter, Space Dandy is back with another round of hit-and-miss episodic humour.
Ruthless vigilantes run amok in the capital of Akame ga Kill!’s fantasy world and a good mix of light humour and dark violence make the first episode stand out.