So I am a Spider, So What? Has been a series I’ve been watching, but haven’t really talked about. It’s been a great show and honestly the show that I think Isekai Slime, has wanted to be. The music is also quite catchy too. The tune of the week is the second opening to the series. Bursty Greedy Spider by Konomi Suzuki!
Zombieland Saga Revenge has been a great follow up to a great series. The humor, comedy and everything is all on point. Of course the real selling point is the music and it hasn’t let us down. The tune of the week is the opening to the second season: Taiga yo Tomo ni Naite Kure by Franchouchou!
86 -Eighty-Six-, has shaped up to be real damn interesting show. Gritty and well told, with a story that is about something without beating your head with the message. The music ain’t half bad too! The tune of the week is the ending theme for the series: “Avid” by Sawano Hiroyuki
Fruits Basket has always had great openings, at least the first one for each season. For it’s third and final season, it is no exception. The tune of the week is the final opening theme to the series: Pleasure by WARPs UP!
Combatants will be Dispatched! is from the makers of Konosuba, and while I don’t know if it as good as that great comedy, the music has been catchy as shit! The Tune of the Week is the ending theme to the series, Home Sweet Home by the main female cast!
This show has fast become one of my favorite of this season. So sweet, so carefree, and just damn good. The music is a big reason why as well! The Tune of the Week is the opening theme for The Saint’s Magic Power is Omnipotent: Blessing by Aira Yuki!
One of the best surprises of this more subdued, but still excellent anime season is that How NOT to Summon a Demon Lord’s second season has been nothing but superb. Great animation, great ecchi and great music. The song today is no exception. The Tune of the Week is the second opening to the series: EVERYBODY! EVERYBODY! by DJ KOO & MOTSU!
Where does all that Fate gacha money go? To openings and songs like this. The tune of the week is the opening theme for the Cosmos in the Lostbelt chapter of the mobile game: Yakudo by Maaya Sakomoto!
I didn’t forget this! Our look at Gundam SEED may be finished, but that doesn’t meant we can’t enjoy the music. The tune of the week is the fourth and final opening to the series: Realize by Nami Tamaki!
I randomly picked up this show, and binged the entire first season in a day. I’ll be talking about it sometime in April, but what I can say that is is damn funny and damn sweet show that is able to talk about a difficult theme and not completely trip over itself. The song is also damn fucking good. The tune of the week is the first opening theme for the series: Sparkling Daydream by ZAQ