With the year finally come to an end, it’s time to take a glance of some of the top shows I enjoyed and share some thoughts on blogging this year as well.
Love Live School Idol Project
Almost every year, I do the 12 days of Anime thing every year. With that, we will focus on more yuri pairings of course. As expected, they are in no order.
Now that Kanon finally gotten over her lingering anxiety issues, can she and her friends make it to nationals? The answer becomes obvious.
It’s obvious that Kanon and her friends make the cut. The headmistress apparently calls them to her office. I wonder what her request is.
Now that Kanon and her friends figured out a name for their group, now comes the hard part. Yes, surviving preliminaries is a challenge of its own.
Now that Ren joins the School Idol Club after finding out that her mother enjoyed being a school idol, here comes the hard part. Yes, coming up a new name for the group.
Now that Kanon and her friends finds out that Ren has money troubles that can affect the school, can they change her mind about school idols?
Now that Chisato changed sides or rather curriculums to become a school idol, there is still one looming threat. That is from Ren of course, who dislikes school idols.
While Kanon struggles to create lyrics for the new song, Chisato feels uneasy before the competition.
Since the Fall season last year was quite busy, I didn’t quite finish the anime for the third generation of Love Live.
As expected, instead of doing the whole save the school thing, Nijigasaki High School Idol Club finally shake things up with focus on the individual idols. Not only that, the main character also isn’t a school idol at all. With that, does it live up to the previous generations? Let’s find out.