I took a look at opening sequences and whether they matter to me. Is the opening sequence of anime something that's just a remnant of an era?
Episode 3 is upon us and it carries on along the same wavelength as the previous two. It's actually progressed quicker than I thought it would but we have an inkling that things will be difficult. A review of Tsuki ga Kirei, Episode 3
With the realisation that there are a lot more ways to read manga than just buying it, I decided to try out the MAL 2017 Reading Challenge! Here's my challenge list and my bingo card and hopefully this'll mean I've a lot of manga content upcoming in the next year.
As the final moments of Heine's first day draws to close, the tutor waits to see if the four princes will come to the lesson. If you don't like slow shows you might want to leave this series until the end of the season. A review of The Royal Tutor, Episode 3
The series continues and is even stronger than the opening episode. The episode was respectful of its characters and their age and had its roots firmly in reality. A review of Tsuki ga Kirei, Episode 2.
This week introduces the remaining cast members in through the use of interviews, as expected. Nothing out of the ordinary happens here, but it was still a pleasant episode to watch. A review of The Royal Tutor, Episode 2
Tsuki ga Kirei tells the story of two adolescents that meet each other in middle school. They see each other, and feel something, but neither seems to want to put a name to these feelings. A really sweet start to what could be an amazing Slice of Life series. A review of Tsukigakirei, Episode 1
Sakura Quest deals with the life of a young woman who ends up in a job and a town as far away from her expectations as possible. This episode introduces us to Yoshino Koharu and shows us the first day of her new job. A review of Sakura Quest, Episode 1