Sorry, not dead, just lazy.
Very solid anime about aging gymnast. Runs through themes of going to the next generation, expectations and retirement and also motivation. Builds up well and stays relevant for the most part. That talking bird though.
100-man no Inochi no Ue ni Ore wa TatteIru:
Not bad actually. Super inconsistent tone, but it works well for contrasting the elements. Somehow. But it's pretty chuuni. PRotduction is fine, and the story looks like it's going completely mad. I will say that it was fun. A fun show is definitely worth someone's time.
Munou na Nana:
First episode has a plot twist but it gets pretty forumlaeic after that. It's fun, and there's some twists - It stays unpredictable but not in a good way since you're just waiting for the twist every single time. Oh here it is, not surprised. Twists only work if they're a surprise. If you're actively waiting for it, it's not a twist but just something they don't tell you until later. Still that said I recommend this since it's fun the whole way through.
Maoujou de Oyasumi:
Cute, that's about it. Makes me giggle about how soft and nice everything is and how pointless everyone's struggles are. Except the princess, of course. Worth watching if you want cute things to see.
Pretty good. Highly recommended. Not deep at all but has enough of a side-loading of high-technology dystopia to make it interesting overall. Very pretty and is violent without being edgy or embarassing. Post too long. Click here to view the full text.