Fate Prisma Illya is the longest running Fate anime, and it’s a spinoff. It’s a very love/hate sort of show with great moments, fun comedy, a rather interesting story and of course..Kuro. The opening and ending themes are also really great. So the tune of the week is Fate Kaleid liner Prisma Illya’s first opening: starlog by Choucho!
I know you can actually read the lyrics to this song, but you may as well just have someone replace ever single word with “Cry, cry, you are going to cry, is this making you cry yet? You’re going to cry watching this opening, start crying. You crying yet?” Anyway, the tune of the week is the opening theme of
Sadness: The Anime, wait sorry… the Fruits Basket remake: 「Again」by Beverly
The Summer of Love has begun, and what better way to celebrate than watching the opening of the very first season of High School DxD. This song is catchy, fun and straight up opens with uncensored boobs, showing the great strength of it’s titular show: completely owning what it is. The Tune of the Week this week is -Trip- Innocent of D, by Larval Stage Planning!
Goblin Slayer was one of the great hits of last year, a dark and thrilling fantasy adventure without a hint of isekai in sight. Love it hate it, Goblin Slayer helped proved that anime can dish out some good old sword and sorcery when needed. So this week’s tune of the week(ish) is the opening them of Goblin Slayer: Rightfully by Mili.
Isekai has been around long enough now that there is safely a “big four” in the same veins of Shonen Jump’s old “Big Three”. So what happens when you smash those four together in a high school setting? Well you have the show Isekai Quartet, and the Tune of the Week is week is Isekai’s Quartet’s opening theme: Isekai Quartet sung by the main leads of Tanya the Evil, Overlord, ReZero and Konosuba!
YU-NO: A Girl who Chants Love at the Bound of This World is the anime that no one seems to be talking about this season (not even on WordPress!) and I don’t know why. Seven episodes in and the show is already a gripping and interesting story of time travel with plenty of “spiciness” added into the mix.
Either way, the Tune of the Week is the opening of YU-NO: “Kono Yo no Hate de Koi wo Utau Shoujo” by Asaka
Do you know how fucking hard it was to find this opening theme online? About as diffiuclt as fans are finding enjoying this show with all the bullshit censoring. Even on the AT-X version. I mean if you are going to fucking put it on-
Right..sorry..the Tune of the Week this week is the excellent opening theme to Why the Hell are You Here, Sensei!? Bon Kyu— Bon wa Kare no Mono