Animes in this Autumn is a double twins plus one trouble!
As much as I realise final sememster exams are less than a month away, the releases of this season’s animes catches my attention too much!!
Double of twins = (2 X 2) + 1 = 5 animes to be watched!
Firstly, it would be my favourite manga illustrator (Takeshi Obata)’s work – Bakuman having a Season 2.
I already knew that from the weekly manga, and from last year’s announcement. But still, counting down to this season was akin to the movement of the snails. First episode didn’t failed me, as my favourite characters were taking a decent amount of spotlight – Eiji and Hiramaru.
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I highly recommend this anime!
Secondly, it’s Persona 4
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Persona 4 takes place in a rural town named Inaba. There have been mysterious murders occurring whenever there was fog after heavy rain. There were also rumors about a channel on television airing only at midnight called the Midnight Channel, during which it is said that one can see their “other half” when staring at the TV screen.
After hearing about a recent unsolved murder which occurred during the fog, the characters— Yuu, Chie, and Yosuke— discuss how each of them had attempted to watch the mysterious TV channel and witnessed the murder victim. The protagonist later realizes that during midnight when the channel is on, his body can phase into his television set as a gateway to enter another world infested with shadows.
After discovering this, they all decide to explore. When first completely entering the world, dazed and confused, the main character meets Teddie. The Midnight Channel and the town murders seem to have a connection. The murder victims may be merely victims of the Midnight Channel. Everyone decides that they will together try to solve the mysterious murders by exploring the hidden world of the Midnight Channel.
I would say this anime is sticking close to the game version based on my game experience on Persona 3 (although I won’t have any idea how close it was with Persona 4). and I’m loving it!
It would seem confusing if you didn’t played the game because of the fast pace time period in this anime, it’s like 5 mins is equivalent to a day.
Thirdly, I have yet to watch it. But the title attracted me, it’s Phi Brain: Kami no Puzzle.
Kaito, a puzzle-loving high school freshman, is selected as a candidate for “Phi Brain”. He and his friend Nonah find an “unsolvable puzzle” near their school. The puzzle turns out to be a life-threatening “philosopher’s puzzle” created by the mysterious group POG. After successfully solving the puzzle, Kaito is designated as a Solver and is joined by other Solvers as they battle POG all over the world by solving the “philosopher’s puzzles”.
I’m really interested in this anime for I’m expecting tons of puzzle-solving cases as with the synopsis. Shall be watching this with my free time.
Fourthly, would be “Last Exile: Fam, the Silver Wing”
Set as a sequel to the original Last Exile that aired in 2003, Last Exile -Fam, The Silver Wing- is a story about great air battles with flying machines, powerful armies, and mysterious organizations. The main character is Fam Fan Fan, a fifteen-year-old girl who gets caught up in a war between two nations. Ades, the antagonist, wants the princess of Turan dead. With the help of Dio Eraclea, Fam and her friend Giselle Collette try to thwart the efforts of Ades.
I already knew the original, and would definitely be supporting this. The CGs are terrific!
Lastly, would be a BL anime, “Sekai Ichi Hatsukoi Season 2”. Yes, another Season 2 for me. *claps*
It’s from my favourite writer “Shungiku Nakamura”. I would prefer its other series “Junjo Romantica” over this. This series is more of the continuity of it, but with new characters. I’ll still support this anime!
thank you for reading my post! A total of 4 animes weekly for me!