Anime I’m Currently Watching: Spring 2019 Part 3

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Oh boy. I’m already tired of writing articles about anime. Thankfully this is the last part to this “Anime I’m Currently Watching” trilogy. Not thankfully though is that I don’t know if my next article is anime oriented. Let’s just hope it isn’t. I just looked back on the last two parts, and I’m cringing. But besides that, take a look at these final three flipping anime.

Senryu Girl

This anime is quickly turning out to be one of my favorites this season. It’s very, very wholesome, and it turns out that it’s romance focused! Oh and guess what?! Since I’m lazy, I’ll insert the summary from MyAnimeList. “Yukishiro Nanako is a cute, cheerful high school girl with one peculiar trait—instead of verbal communication, she writes senryu (a type of haiku) poems to relay her thoughts. Together with ex-delinquent Busujima Eiji, they are budding freshmen of the school’s Literature Club. Even though Nanako doesn’t talk, with the power of senryu, the adorable pair has no problem enjoying their fun school-life through the tune of 5-7-5 syllables.” As I said, it’s a very wholesome anime, with romance being nodded as more new episodes come. And I’d be talking about Nanako and Eiji. The reviews on MyAnimeList believe that this show is too bland, not original, and waste of time. And this goes back to Nanako and Eiji. I really like their relationship in the anime, and they are so wholesome together. And I find Nanako’s way to communicate very charming and a good different.


NEW GAME! is NOT an anime new to this season. I just started watching it and after the first episode, I’m not really hooked. Suzukaze Aoba joins the video game company she’s admired as a kid. I mean it is JUST the first episode, so I can’t judge it too harshly. I don’t know if I plan on continuing, or dropping. One good thing I can say about it is that the art style is very bright and poppy, just how I like it.

Wise Man’s Grandchild

Once again, I’m going to insert the summary from MyAnimeList. “A young man who had surely died in an accident was reborn in another world as a baby! After that, he was picked up by the patriot hero “Sage” Merlin Wolford and was given the name Shin. He was raised as a grandson by Merlin and soaked up Merlin’s teachings, earning him some shocking powers; however, when he became 15, his grandfather Merlin said, “I forgot to teach him common sense!”

An “abnormal” boy’s unconventional other world fantasy life starts here!” I have mixed feelings about this anime. I feel it’s very rushed. VERY rushed. Everything also feels unoriginal and cliche. The main character is also VERY overpowered. He could probably solve all the problems that are encountered in that world. “Perfect” is the word to describe him in that world. I’ll most likely watch this anime to the end, but forget I ever even watched it.

I guess this last part of this trilogy was not a great one. But I’m officially done with this, and I’m hoping to God I won’t do anime anymore.

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