dtm42's Anime

Some titles here are in limbo; I'll never finish them, but I will probably never put them in "Will Not Finish" either.

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Divergence Eve (TV) Worst ever
One episode.

Forget the incomprehensible technobabble, the crude CGI, the uninspiring mechs, the outdated (even by 2003 standards) character designs, the limited animation, and the infamous torpedo breasts. Together those issues get the bulk of the criticism that is directed at this show, and they're all irritating to be sure. However, they aren't what makes this episode so awful.

It's simply not interesting. It's painfully boring. The characters weren't fleshed out at all and I was unable to care what was happening to them. And while holding cards to the chest is standard practice for a mystery story, the first episode explained nothing at all. With no information whatsoever about what was going on, there was no reason for me to be invested in the story.

I can tolerate - even enjoy - a mysterious and confusing first episode. That is, if it is well-made and shows promise. If it is well-directed. If it hooks me in. If I can be confident that all will be revealed, and that said reveal is logically sound and wraps up the mysteries. But on the flip side, I loathe and detest crap, and this episode is even worse than that.

Ultimately, this was one of the worst first episodes I have ever seen. I considered watching the second to see if the show got any better, but with such a diabolical start it hasn't earned that right.

Rampo Kitan: Game of Laplace (TV) Worst ever
Three episodes.

The same director-writer team helmed Danganronpa, which should tell you all you need to know.

Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F' (movie) Awful
It was even worse than I had imagined. No tension at all and completely unbelievable. It comes across as bad fan fiction. Toriyama has lost his way.
My Wife is the Student Council President (TV) Awful
One episode.

If it wasn't for the fanservice there'd be absolutely no reason to watch this, since it offers nothing else to the viewer. No story, no humour, no characters worth a damn, no originality. Nothing but one uncensored breast-sucking scene. Whoop-dee-doo, I can see dozens of such scenes like that in Seikon no Qwaser if I wanted to.

Vampire Holmes (TV) Awful
One episode.

Yikes this was a dire effort. The laughably amateurish animation I could tolerate, but the humour - or complete lack of it - was the real killer.

Asura Cryin' (TV) Bad
Three episodes.

The more it went on the worse it got. Episode one was amateurish, episode two was incompetent and episode three was plain bad. The show is just a bunch of poorly-realised tropes blended together with the bits then arranged in a convoluted and messy way. I've seen enough.

Chaos Dragon (TV) Bad
One episode.

So bad it's actually watchable, but only to laugh at how incompetent it is. I find it difficult to imagine that anyone would actually like this garbage for its own merits.

Isuca (TV) Bad
Yep, I only watched it for the fanservice. (Uncensored version, of course.) It's not like there's any other reason to watch this show . . .
Izumo: Takeki Tsurugi no Senki (TV) Bad
One episode.

I predicted nearly everything that happened in this episode. That's how by-the-book this series is in terms of being an cookie-cutter mid-00s eroge-based crapfest. Even when it was made it was painfully cliched, let alone ten years later.

Looking Up At The Half-Moon (TV) Bad
It wants to be emotionally touching but just comes across as an insipid and poorly-animated KEY knockoff. I don't even have the strength to hate it.
Prism Ark (TV) Bad
Three episodes.

Such a shame. The first episode was pretty good, but then the show descended into a painful high school comedy. Sigh.

Seraph of the End: Vampire Reign (TV) Bad
Two episodes.

In episode one the vampire is killed by Yu, Mika begs Yu to keep going to safety, and once Yu has gone Mika then passes out. In the episode two recap, the vampire is alive and sucks on Mika's blood whilst Yu watches, then Yu runs away. The events are fundamentally different, since the vampire being alive or not makes a huge difference to Mika's fate.

And really, this is but one example of just how flimsy the writing is. Being stoically generic is one thing, being incompetently-written and riddled with plot holes galore is quite another. I can see this becoming the next Big Thing, which is another way of saying it's a populist piece of crap. I would rather do just about anything else than watch another twenty-two episodes of this tripe. Hmm, the garden needs to be weeded before winter sets in . . .

Sky Wizards Academy (TV) Bad
One episode.

It's isn't actively awful (for the most part), but it is so lacking in any sort of life or inspiration that I just about snoozed through this. Pretty much the most "light novel" light novel-based series in existence (if you know what I mean), and another turd from the "masters" over at Diomedea.

Triage X (TV) Bad
One episode.

So bad it's actually watchable, this clunker of a show is a joke and yet the production staff aren't in on it. Most of the key roles are filled by veterans yet they've still come up with this abomination. Sure, Xebec aren't exactly known for producing quality, but surely they could have done better than this.

Aquarion (TV) Weak
Three episodes.

The characters really hurt this show. As in, the show would be better if all the characters were replaced by gerbils. Still, despite royally screwing up one of the most critical parts, the show is kinda watchable, if only because the gattai scenes are so unintentionally hilarious.

Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma (TV) Weak
One episode.

I'll admit this ain't my cup of tea, but even so it's still a poorly-done effort. It's just a weakly animated and scored "I wanna be the best" shounen battle story, only with culinary skills instead of martial arts or sports. The only time it really deviates from the formula is when it showcases bizarrely over-the-top orgasm scenes instead of the more sedate fanservice found elsewhere. And of course there's a special school (which apes Kill la Kill of all things) that the protagonist must attend, where he'll have to prove himself to be the best in his chosen field.

Had this been a straight-up parody it might well have been fantastically enjoyable, but unfortunately it plays it too straight. Of course it still could have been alright had it implemented the formula in a smart way, but take out the food fanservice and all you're left with is generic-as-crap characters populating a generic-as-crap story.

Gunslinger Stratos: The Animation (TV) Weak
Himouto! Umaruchan (TV) Weak
One episode.

I was disappointed that Himouto! Umaru-chan did not make a single Death Note parody during the overly-long potato-chip-eating scene. Not even one.

Oh, and, I was also disappointed in everything else about Himouto! Umaru-chan. Perhaps if it was a five-minute short it might have been more tolerable.

Kyōkai no Rinne (TV) Weak
One episode.

Boring, painfully generic, and there's absolutely no chemistry between the leads. In this episode the girl had no other involvement in the story apart from being the dude's moneylender. I know that Rumiko Takahashi can write good starts to her stories, as seen in InuYasha and Mermaid Forest. But this comes across as phoned in, and that is a charitable assessment.

Plastic Memories (TV) Weak
Three episodes.

People went gaga over this? To quote GLaDOS, that would be funny if it weren't so sad.

Pretear (TV) Weak
Three episodes.

So bad it's hilarious, I had a fun time with these three episodes. So at least it isn't boring, even if it is completely derivative.

Punch Line (TV) Weak
One episode.

Is THIS what noitaminA has been reduced to showing? It used to be so much better than this.

Tokyo Majin (TV) Weak
Two episodes.

Anime offers a chance for writers and directors to present realities that are different from our own. When done right, this creative freedom can inspire and broaden the mind, as well as excite the blood with circumstances and battles that are normally improbable or outright impossible. When done wrong, however, you can get stupidity so profound it makes one's eyes roll out of their sockets. And so we come to this wacky show. Now, wackiness ain't a crime, but when you've got absurdly exaggerated delinquents trying to kill one another during school hours (with no punishment or police involvement), what was supposed to be a light and comical fight can quickly turn into an epic fail. Especially when the rest of the show is about dark forces committing horrible murders of innocent people, then resurrecting them into soulless zombies. Of course the show's tone isn't its only problem but it is the most glaring. A little bit of humour to alleviate the grim mood is always a good thing, but if the humour comes on too strong the whiplash is devastating.

Aoharu x Machinegun (TV) Not really good
One episode.

Admittedly I'm not in the target audience, but this show needs to work on its humour because I struggled to find anything funny or enjoyable about it.

B Gata H Kei - Yamada’s First Time (TV) Not really good
It was really hard to decide what rating this show deserved. As a comedy it works well, at least for the first half of the show. In the second half the humour just got too repetitive, although there were some strong spots here and there. As a drama it just isn't up to spec, quite frankly, and the ending is fairly disappointing. The actual romantic chemistry between the two leads is lacklustre, and I never got the sense that Kosuda actually loves Yamada. Attracted to her yes, but I expected more, especially by the end of the show.

Overall the show was quite watchable, and far better than I had originally pegged it as. But despite some moments of hilarious humour it was just too flawed to fully enjoy, and I actually skip-watched a lot of the last five episodes because the show had mostly lost my interest. That's not a good sign.

Danchigai (TV) Not really good
One episode.

I hate to be a grump because it looks harmless enough, but I didn't laugh once. Yeah . . . not good.

Etotama (TV) Not really good
One episode.

Your mileage may vary. See, apart from the very impressive battle, there isn't a whole lot to like here. Unless, that is, you like the show's brand of meta humour, in which case you'll be all over it. The script certainly throws enough jokes out there, but none of them landed for me, and I found the episode to be a tiresome viewing experience. That's not good.

God Eater (TV) Not really good
Three episodes.

The main character is actually tolerable - he's not the typical annoying loud-mouthed bratty shounen hero, which is good - and the action is kinda nice. Plus along with an unique art style the show also sports attractive female character designs, and who doesn't like those? But this poor video game adaptation cum Attack on Titan ripoff is just too stupid and too by-the-book for me to care about. Ufotable makes good-looking stuff but they should concentrate on their writing. Also, lose that obnoxious director.

This is probably a generous grade.

Michiko & Hatchin (TV) Not really good
Finally finished this and it's a relief to get it over with. The writing had gotten so bad that by later episodes it was a chore to watch. There was a lot to appreciate about this show but it mucked up too often and in too many ways, and even its much-vaunted style and edginess and setting and, of course, its lead pairing, could not save it.

What a waste of potential. Though a female director is a good thing and anime could do with more of them, I can't help but wonder what would have been if the show wasn't in the hands of someone as inexperienced and clumsy as Saya Yamamoto. If only her ideas and style could have been handed to someone who could've provided the substance.

I give this show a fairly generous 4/10.

Nadia - The Secret of Blue Water (TV) Not really good
Three episodes.

The tone is juvenile, the plot is weak, Nadia's hippy attitude is annoying, and Jean is a nanpa stalker.

Ninja Slayer From Animation (ONA) Not really good
One episode.

I am aware of the history of the franchise, and I get what Trigger were trying to go for. But the show itself is basically one big in-joke, and this particular brand of humour is an acquired taste. If it doesn't appeal to you - it didn't for me - then there's actually nothing else to like here. (Well, except for the opening theme song.) I know it's a bit predictable to say this, but had this show been Kill la Kill with ninjas it would have been a lot better.

Ray (TV) Not really good
One episode.

"This is one hell of a hospital," moans a thug at one point before passing out. Yes indeed. And that's a problem. The hospital in Ray - where the series looks like it will be largely set - is so daft it ruins suspension of disbelief. The kung-fu practising nurses, and the (literally) "tempestuous" hospital director modeled off Blackbeard are also completely ridiculous. Then there's the medical "science", where apparently tumours can shrink at will and even retreat into an organ to to hide from the scalpel. It's like the original mangaka - Akihito Yoshitomi, who also penned the diverse Blue Drop and Eat Man - didn't even try to make the medical side of the story realistic.

Ray - the character - has magical eyes that allows her to see through solid objects (Superman-style x-ray vision, basically), and yet that's the easiest thing to accept in the show thus far. As a young girl she was in some sort of obviously evil facility, and the lingering trauma from that ordeal is conveyed surprisingly well. She was rescued and given those eyes by no less than Black Jack himself, which make her an ace at surgery and first-aid, and now she wants to use her ability to save others. Even having seen just one episode I found her to be likeable and sympathetic, someone who takes the job of treating people very seriously because she knows first-hand how life-changing a good doctor can be. That's actually a fairly compelling narrative, and Ray is by far the best part of her show. While that's not saying much, given how bad everything else is, the show would have been far far worse without a quality lead character such as herself.

So yeah. The premise is a respectably decent one and the lead character is a very good one (it's nice to see an adult in the driver's seat rather than a teenager). Both it and her deserved better than this.

Stellvia (TV) Not really good
Strawberry Panic! (TV) Not really good
Three episodes.

For hardcore yuri fans this show is like crack, but for the common man it is just vapid, insipid and boring. Not lifeless, but pretty close to it.

Terror in Resonance (TV) Not really good
Ultimate Otaku Teacher (TV) Not really good
Two episodes.

There are many forms of otaku wish fulfilment. Examples include - but are by no means limited to - a magical girlfriend dropping (often literally) into your life; being transported to a fantasy land where you get to become the hero who will save the kingdom and marry the princess; and being the sole male member of a wacky high school club. Now it's time to add another one to the list; using your otaku skills to become a fantastic teacher. Okay, so there was Outbreak Company, but that was an extremely fun and clever parody, and the teaching aspect was prominent but not front and centre.

In fact, Ultimate Otaku Teacher more closely resembles (to the pointing of aping) Great Teacher Onizuka, only with an otaku instead of a gang member. Does it hold up well? Kind of. UOT is more realistic than GTO, and the consequences are more serious. However it is so concerned with promoting otakudom that it forgets to be funny. And I usually like listening to Hiroshi Kamiya but his performance here got on my nerves.

So yeah, UOT is otaku wish fulfilment done poorly. Which should come as little shock to anyone.

Xam'd: Lost Memories (ONA) Not really good
Six episodes.

It's clear that BONES put a lot of effort into making this show. The backgrounds are detailed, the scenery is full of life, the music has a grand feel to it, and the attention to detail on buildings and machines is impressive. The level of animation in some of the early action sequences boggles the mind. If only as much care and effort went into everything else.

First off, the plot is a mess. While it's not unusual for a story to keep its cards close to its chest, too much about these episodes is confusing, which made it a huge effort to care about anything when I didn't know even the basics of what was going on. Nothing gets explained to the fish-out-of-water main character and therefore nothing gets explained to us either. Keeping important details from the viewer is one thing, but being deliberately obtuse about everything - to the point where the viewer gets tired of floundering in the dark and just switches off - is not smart. And worse, unlike in some previous BONES works, the writing here gives no assurance that everything will make sense with time. Peeks at reviews of the end of the show confirms this suspicion.

The other fundamental issue is with the characters, who would normally be expected to carry a show if the plot fails to fire. A few of them act normal and/or reasonable, as a normal person would given their particular circumstances. However, most of the cast act bizarrely, with unprovoked mean-spiritedness, out-of-place incompetence/stupidity and just baffling viewpoints being common afflictions. Characters act so little like actual people that at times suspension of disbelief is impossible and all I can see is these weird artificial constructs, like someone's warped facsimile of a human. With this in mind, I'd say at least two-thirds of the cast were completely lost on me, and anytime they were on screen the only thing I wanted was for them to get off it.

So yeah, another disappointing BONES original work. They seemed determined to ape some of their more popular works, thinking that this would automatically bring them success. The most fun I had whilst watching Xam'd is spotting all the similarities to Eureka Seven. That's a pretty damning indictment.

Yatterman Night (TV) Not really good
Who the heck was this aimed at? It's too juvenile for adults but too dark for children. It wildly veers from genuinely-touching emotional moments to the most stupidly bizarre fight scenes. It tries hard to have insightful social commentary but always undermines itself by taking the easy way out. Half the show is filler. There's no consistency here.

Oh, but there is. The show is aimed at man-children who want a darker story but are still nostalgic for the silly antics they watched in their youth. The show is an affectionate sendup of its predecessor but they overreached in trying to keep too much of the potty humour, shallow characterisation and simplistic plot resolutions. It's sad really, because there was a lot of potential here to reinvent the story for an older, smarter audience.

Casshern Sins (TV) So-so
Chiko, Heiress of the Phantom Thief (TV) So-so
Fourteen episodes.

Why does every anime based on the works of Edogawa Ranpo turn out to be so poor? Is the guy cursed or something?

Dragon Ball Super (TV) So-so
Two episodes.

I don't like the direction the franchise has been taken in. This series is completely unneeded and feels like filler (which is not surprising, because a lot of is) and a cash grab (which is not surprising, because it totally is). Perhaps it will pick up when the fighting happens - in fact, I assume it will - but even then I can just watch the battles on YouTube.

Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (TV) So-so
One episode.

Not nearly as bad as I thought it would be, but still difficult to watch.

Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens (TV) So-so
Five episodes.

First three episodes were okay - not particularly good, but still quite watchable - and then the show veers into harem territory. And the "goddesses must be idols" gimmick is exactly that; a gimmick. And why does the male lead have to be thick-as-bricks?

So basically, the show has started to annoy me, and so I'm dropping it before I really get pissed off.

Mikagura School Suite (TV) So-so
Three episodes.

Whether you enjoy this series or not largely depends on whether its hyperactive female lead (who provides virtually all of the comedy) and the school battling system work for you. They didn't for me, so I found it kinda boring.

Nazca (TV) So-so
Seven episodes.

It started off quite good, but has only been dropping in quality with every episode. If it keeps on this track it will be terrible by the end, and I'm bailing now.

Panzer World Galient (TV) So-so
Not bad for 1984, but everyone in this show - except for Hilmuka - is an utter moron. At least the villain had an interesting and thought-provoking motive (hah; pun very much intended).
Reideen (TV) So-so
Twelve episodes.

Oh my god this show was a chore to watch. It isn't bad per se - although it isn't good either - but I was bored out of my skull. It's mind-numbingly generic, and while it isn't lifeless it is absolutely dull. It is baffling that the guy who directed this also helmed Outlaw Star. The thought of facing another fourteen episodes of this mire was daunting and I just couldn't muster the energy to give a damn and continue on with it. Which is sad in a way, because the plot was finally getting into gear, and the main character was finally opening up a little and becoming more likeable. Ah well, I did give the series plenty of time to win me over so I don't have anything to apologise for.

(The) Rolling Girls (TV) So-so
Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend (TV) So-so
Five episodes (including episode zero)

It's smarter than the average otaku-targeted harem show, I'll give it that. But the two leads are the show's two biggest weaknesses. Megumi, the female lead (yes, I do consider her as such, and not just because she's the titular character), is bizarrely passive and creepily calm, to the point where she's not a character but more like a plot device. But while Megumi is weird, I could tolerate her. The bigger problem is Tomoya, the male lead, who pisses me off with his obnoxious over-the-top rants. One wonders how closely connected to reality; not very, I'd say. Yoshitsugu Matsuoka has unfortunately made a career out of playing badly-realised male leads in badly-written series, although he's certainly done well out of it. Anyway, whether it was his fault or the director's, his performance as Tomoya just destroys the character. It's pretty damning that - after four regular-season episodes - I have zero investment in Tomoya's goals or his character in general. And before you think that I don't like him because he's an otaku, think again. Keima from The World God Only Knows is very similar to Tomoya in terms of being a hardcore otaku who regularly rants about how things 'ought' to be, but Keima is interesting and sympathetic and funny, whereas I just want to punch Tomoya to shut him up.

If Tomoya had been a much better character - and if Megumi had shown some personality - I would have enjoyed this series. It had potential, it did a lot right, it was just let down. That's a shame.

Urawa no Usagi-chan (TV) So-so
One episode.

Short anime that is just a tourism advertisement for a city. Episode didn't leave an impression on me one way or another.

Wakaba Girl (TV) So-so
Two episodes.

The original Wakaba Girl manga was written/drawn by Yui Hara, who also authored the manga for Hello!! KINMOZA. Now, the Wakaba Girl manga was written/drawn earlier and it shows, as the mangaka just hadn't quite mastered the formula when she made it. Sure, it is cute enough, but the jokes struggle to land (if they land at all) and the characters aren't all that well realised. I assume Wakaba Girl only got an adaptation because of the success of Hello!! KINMOZA and its anime series; maybe some executive thought there was an appetite for more of Yui Hara's work?

Anyway, it isn't a terrible show, but it's just not at the same level as its contemporaries, simple as that. Consider this grade to be slightly generous.

Yukikaze (OAV) So-so
Two episodes.

The animation and art are fantastic to be sure (especially considering when it was made), and the plot is serviceable enough. But how its creators made air combat and flight in general so boring and lifeless I do not know. The characters are almost impossible to empathise with, and the shoddy direction doesn't help either. Even if you like planes, give this one a pass.

Yurikuma Arashi (TV) So-so
Three episodes.

Like Revolutionary Girl Utena and Mawaru Penguindrum before it, Yuri Kuma Arashi simply doesn't work as entertainment, and it doesn't even work as a piece of art. It only works as intellectual discourse. Everything that happens is only meaningful in symbolic terms, and all the characters that populate the story don't matter in and of themselves, they are merely allegories to get a particular message across. I really hate that about Ikuhara. There's no reason to actually care what is going on in his works unless you are already invested in the themes that he is espousing.

Amatsuki (TV) Decent
Binbō Shimai Monogatari (TV) Decent
Gourmet Girl Graffiti (TV) Decent
Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi (TV) Decent
Parasyte -the maxim- (TV) Decent
Patlabor the Mobile Police (TV) Decent
Two episodes.

Its goofiness and all the slapstick content make it difficult to take seriously. I wasn't expecting Section 9 levels of professionalism but come on . . .

Anyway, it's not terrible but it's not for me.

Hellsing Ultimate (OAV) Good
I Can't Understand What My Husband is Saying: 2nd Thread (TV 2) Good
In Search of the Lost Future (TV) Good
The high school friendship side of things was quite strong, and it was an emotionally moving story. But it did take a knock with dodgy (and confusingly messy) time travel mechanics, and the whole "fated death" nonsense was tiring and had no real business being in a science fiction show. But I enjoyed In Search of the Lost Future a lot more than its quality would suggest, mostly because I really cared about the characters. On entertainment value you can bump up the grade to an 8/10.
Kamisama Hajimemashita (TV 2) Good
Log Horizon (TV 2) Good
Re-Kan! (TV) Good
REC (TV) Good
(The) Seven Deadly Sins (TV) Good
Death Billiards (movie) Very good
Hello!! KINMOZA (TV) Very good
Hidamari Sketch × 365 (TV) Very good
Hidamari Sketch × 365 (special) Very good
Kamichu! (TV) Very good
Hikaru no Go (TV) Excellent
Fifty-nine episodes.
Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun (TV) Excellent
Actually, I Am… (TV)
Aishiteruze Baby (TV)
Aquarian Age - Sign for Evolution (TV)
Baby Steps (TV 2)
Blassreiter (TV)
Blood Blockade Battlefront (TV)
Bokura ga Ita (TV)
Castle Town Dandelion (TV)
Charlotte (TV 2015)
Classroom Crisis (TV)
Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (OAV)
CROSS ANGE Rondo of Angel and Dragon (TV)
Daily Lives of High School Boys (TV)
Death Parade (TV)
Destiny of the Shrine Maiden (TV)
Digimon Adventure tri. Saikai (movie)
(The) Disappearance of Nagato Yuki chan (TV)
Durarara!! ×2 The Second Arc (TV)
Durarara!!×2 Shō (TV)
Excel Saga (TV)
One episode.
Eyeshield 21 (TV)
Five episodes.
Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya 2wei Herz! (TV)
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (TV)
Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works (TV 2)
Full Moon o Sagashite (TV)
One episode.
Gangsta. (TV)
Garo: Honoo no Kokuin (TV)
Ghost in the Shell: Arise Alternative Architecture (TV)
Gilgamesh (TV)
Gunbuster (OAV)
Hatsukoi Limited (TV)
Hell Girl (TV)
(The) Heroic Legend of Arslan (TV)
Hidamari Sketch × Honeycomb (TV)
Hidamari Sketch × Hoshimittsu (TV)
Hidamari Sketch × Hoshimittsu (special)
His and Her Circumstances (TV)
One episode.
Hitohira (TV)
Karas (OAV)
Three episodes.
Kemonozume (TV)
Kishin Taisen Gigantic Formula (TV)
Knights of Sidonia: Battle for Planet Nine (TV)
Kurokami The Animation (TV)
Lovely Complex (TV)
Lupin the Third (TV 2015)
Maria the Virgin Witch (TV)
Million Doll (TV)
Mind Game (movie)
Miss Monochrome - The Animation- 2 (TV)
Mitsuwano (OAV)
Mobile Suit Gundam (TV)
Two episodes.
Mobile Suit Gundam Seed C.E.73: Stargazer (ONA)
Two episodes.
Monster (TV)
Eight episodes.
Monster Musume (TV)
Moonlight Mile 2nd Season - Touch Down (TV)
My Love Story!! (TV)
My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! (TV)
(The) Mysterious Cities of Gold (TV)
Non Non Biyori Repeat (TV)
Now and Then, Here and There (TV)
Our Home's Fox Deity (TV)
Overlord (TV)
Prison School (TV)
R.O.D -The TV-
Rage of Bahamut: Genesis (TV)
Revolutionary Girl Utena (TV)
RIN - Daughters of Mnemosyne (TV)
Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers (TV)
Rurouni Kenshin (TV)
Three episodes.
Rurouni Kenshin: New Kyoto Arc (OAV)
Sasameki Koto (TV)
School-Live! (TV)
Seiyu's Life! (TV)
Selector Spread Wixoss (TV)
Shigofumi - Letters from the Departed (TV)
Shigurui: Death Frenzy (TV)
SHIMONETA: A Boring World Where the Concept of Dirty Jokes Doesn’t Exist (TV)
Shirobako (TV)
Shonen Onmyouji (TV)
Show By Rock!! (TV)
Skip Beat! (TV)
One episode.
Snow White with the Red Hair (TV)
Sola (TV)
Solty Rei (TV)
Sound! Euphonium (TV)
Tears to Tiara (TV)
Terraformars (OAV)
(The) Third: The Girl with the Blue Eye (TV)
Tokyo Ghoul (TV)
Tokyo Ghoul √A (TV)
Touka Gettan (TV)
(The) Tower of Druaga: the Sword of Uruk (TV)
Twin Spica (TV)
Ushio & Tora (TV)
Venus Project: Climax (TV)
Wakako-zake (TV)
(The) Wallflower (TV)
Wish Upon the Pleiades (TV)
Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches (TV)
Yona of the Dawn (TV)
Your Lie in April (TV)