Well, another 년 passes 의해 for me, like the rush of watching one 아니메 after another on Hulu. Here's three more:
Level E—You start out thinking this show’s going to be about up-and-coming baseball player Tsutsui and his misadventures with his audacious alien “friend”, Prince Baka, but Tsutsui fades into the background and the Prince rules! We follow the Prince on episodes and story arcs as he messes around with people’s lives. Oh, but he’s not all bad. Sometimes he will help the good guys—if he feels like it.
This show was often hilarious, but I’d like to catch it in a dub someday. I’ve watched plenty of subbed anime, but for some reason, trying to keep up with the subs in this show fueled a headache.
Like "Waiting in the Summer", this show owes a debt to the "Men in Black" movie franchise. There’s a premise that the Earth is filled with aliens of all sorts, using disguises to fit in with humans. (And most of these aliens 사랑 baseball!) But that’s where the similarities end. Level E is all about the super intelligent, self-absorbed nut case that is Prince Baka, baby! Will the Prince ever get his comeuppance? Wait until the end and see.
Bodacious 우주 Pirates—The 제목 may lead 당신 to believe this 아니메 has a lot of boob bouncing and panty shots, plus riotous lawbreaking, but actually it’s pretty mild, except for kisses exchanged between a yuri couple (though it’s not the couple 당신 might think it would be). In the future, piracy is legal, and 우주 cruise ships even welcome them barging in and taking a few valuables. After all, the insurance companies will pay for everything.
Marika is a high school girl plucked from the classroom and into the captain’s chair. But the crew need not fret about her inexperience—she’s got the genes (her father and mother were pirates) and a strategic mind. Throughout the 26 episode series, Marika experiences the many sides of piracy through various “jobs”. Then comes the biggest test of all—one 의해 one, a super ship is hunting down pirate ships and destroying them and their crews. Will this be the end of the pirate lifestyle?
I was worried that this show would contain a lot of boring, play-by-play, chess-like battles, but although there was such content, the show was still interesting enough. Enough. The characters were likeable enough. Enough. 당신 notice I say enough because the show was just average. I doubt Marika and crew will find a treasured spot deep within my heart.
Zetman—This had a warning for “gore” which made me wary about watching it. The first episode was indeed disheartening with all its blood. But further episodes would prove it wasn’t all gore, all the time, and the show had redeeming values. All in all, I get sicker watching those “Itchy and Scratchy” segments on "The Simpsons".
The story involves two kids, Jin and Kouga, one poor, one rich, who seek to do justice even though they are just children. When they grow up, their sense of justice is still there, but differs enough to put a damper on their friendship. Kouga becomes the ultimate cosplayer when he has a suit built so that he has all the powers of his 가장 좋아하는 아니메 hero, Alphas. Jin, well, Jin becomes Zetman, having transforming powers he doesn’t quite understand. Both fight against the Players, beings specially created to fight in the arena. The Players rebelled, and some seek to live peacefully amongst the humans while others live for blood.
Jin meets a girl and she becomes his lover. I was delighted at this, because so often in the 아니메 I watch the couples I ship on never officially “get together”, never kiss, 또는 say, “I 사랑 you.” But Jin and the girl’s relationship will have its consequences.
The ending seemed not exactly happy, but not totally tragic either. Although I’m glad I braved watching it, this 아니메 seems skippable.