Navigating through any social media outlets during this anime season, you’d be hard-pressed to not find any gifs or screen-caps of anime girls in swimsuits strutting their stuff. No, everyone didn’t suddenly become obsessed with ecchi overnight. It turns out, girls clashing their booties and boobies makes for an explosively exciting sport. And this is exactly what Keijo!!!!!!!! is all about.
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The next episode of March comes in like a Lion is a particularly powerful one, exceeding my expectations in just about every category. From a bunch of new, interesting characters being introduced, insightful small moments, backstories being further explored, to Rei’s Shogi world — this episode has it all. We’re even treated to some of the trademark eye close-ups Shaft loves to use ever so much.
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Alternative names: 3-gatsu no lion // 3月のライオン
I’ll be honest, as a fan of Shaft’s prior works (Bakemonogatari and Arakawa Under the Bridge, to name a few) I’m going into this series with high expectations. It also helps that the art style is reminiscent of Your Lie in April — another series that to say I enjoyed would be an understatement. I wept like a baby after finishing that series. I’m expecting a narrative that is equally as moving from March Comes in like a Lion.
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Kei Serinuma is a seemingly simple girl who knows what she wants, and boy does this show make it a point to drive this across — She loves boys. I mean, sure, that in itself is normal… right? No, what I’m saying is — she REALLY, REALLY loves boys. Continue reading “Kiss Him, Not Me — Initial Impressions”