Do I recommend it? Of course, but only to those who don’t feel the need to judge everything that happens in front of them. DMC is a series to enjoy and put aside the pressures of our lives for a while. Finding it filled me with joy because it’s not easy to find so much originality in these times. Would I see it again? Sure. To write this review, I took the opportunity to repeat some chapters and I would see them many more times.
We are halfway through 2020, and still, fantastic titles like Rezero Season 2, Oregairu Season 3, Burn The Witch, The Millionaire Detective, etc. are waiting to be released in the 2nd quarter of 2020.
So, if you are looking for which upcoming anime you should watch in 2020, aside from the mainstream ones, then you are in the right place. So, buckle up because I have gathered some upcoming gems that you can't afford to miss this year.
The best way to describe Black Lagoon would be “unique”. It’s an anime that in the style of the first decade of the 2000s narrates all its events in a crude way and without softening any aspect. You won’t find absurd scenes in the story and each of the actions of the characters is justified by the overwhelming personality of each one.
I would definitely recommend watching the full series. Mainly because conflicts not only happen on the planet but also at the space base, due to the political discontent that develops during the 26 chapters. It is not the typical series that places the protagonist at the center of the universe, but in parallel, problems arise that are totally foreign to him.
There are many anime on this planet that are unlikable. These anime sometimes have bad animation, whilst at other times the story itself can be quite boring. Well, some of these anime are just poor adaptations of the original source material. It can be a very saddening thing when a manga artist’s hard work is not portrayed in all its glory. Today, we are going to take a look at some anime adaptations which are not as good as the manga.
Vinland Saga deserves all the hype that it is receiving right now. The first season of this anime might’ve gotten a little repetitive in the middle, but it started to get extremely good again as we approached the ending.
Tokyo Ghoul is a production that I would certainly enjoy several times. There is nothing unnecessary in it, and although many fans disagree or have dismissed the anime or the second season because of its unexpected turns, what made this story interesting was precisely Ishida's determination not to follow the rules and do what he wanted.
Every shonen anime is filled with underrated characters. You can’t blame the author for focusing on the main characters because if they were to create a full storyline for everyone, then 10,000 episodes wouldn’t even be enough. So it’s understandable for some characters to get more screen time than the rest.
I had a very good experience with Inuyasha, because it’s a series that has a bit of everything and doesn’t fall into one genre. It’s so comprehensive and careful in its script, that from the smallest child to adults they can enjoy it without obstacles. It’s a long anime with a light plot that is entertaining and relaxed, being suitable to see it in our routines or to share it with the family.
It is the only anime of its kind, a premise never seen in idol anime before. This show is one that will break the usual stereotypes people hold about idol otakus for the most part. As we see Eripiyo, Kumasa, and Motoi as just people who spend their time enjoying the things they love. We see the Kansha events that idols are used to hold after their presentations to connect with the fans.