Category: Series/Seasonal Reviews

Spy x Family

Spy x Family

Spy x Family anime series cover art
Spy x Family

Series Overview

Spy x Family (same name in Japanese) is an action-comedy series about a spy and his family. We don’t know this spy’s real name. But, for his current assignment, he’s going by Loid Forger. His mission is to get married, have a kid, enroll that kid in a prestigious school, and use that to get close to his target.

Oh, and Loid only has a few weeks or months to get all this done. So, of course, that means his mission is impossible. But, just because his mission is impossible doesn’t mean he can’t accomplish it.

First, Loid adopts a child who seems to be smart enough to get into the prestigious Eden College. Next, he marries some random woman he meets in a tailor shop. And finally, he finds out that having a family — even a pretend one — is going to be the hardest mission of his life.

Spy x Family is one of the best anime of the season. It was also one of the most anticipated anime of the season, if not the entire year. So, yes, it’s a good anime and you should watch it. But, after watching the whole first season, I do think it’s a bit overrated.

Most of the episodes are good. There were one or two I didn’t like all that much. But, I was definitely bought into the hype surrounding the series while watching it. Now that I’ve had a chance to reflect on it as a whole, I’ve lowered my score.

And, the main reason for this is that I don’t feel that this series did anything exceptionally well. It’s a good, solid anime. There are anime that do everything Spy x Family does, but better. Kaguya-sama Season 3 is one example from this same season.

The Forgers

Loid Forger, code name: Twilight, is a spy with the organization WISE from the country of Westalis. His mission is to infiltrate the inner circle of Ostanian politician Donovan Desmond. Loid is a master of disguise and something of a rockstar among WISE’s agents.

Anya Forger is Loid’s adopted daughter. Like her father, she too has a secret. Anya is actually an esper who can read the minds of those around her. Because of this, she’s aware that Loid is a spy — something she finds exciting since her favorite anime is about a spy.

Yor Forger, formerly Yor Briar, is Loid’s wife and Anya’s adoptive mother. Her secret is that she’s actually an assassin, though we don’t yet know whom she’s an assassin for. As an assassin, she goes by the name Thorn Princess, referencing the signature spikes she uses to kill.

Anya and Loid taking a nap on the couch from the anime series Spy x Family
Anya and Loid taking a nap on the couch

While not a Forger, Yuri Briar is Yor’s younger brother, and therefore a part of the family. If you guessed that he has a secret as well, you’d be right. Yuri works for the secret police of Ostania. Specifically, his job is to track down and arrest spies from Westalis.

So, the dynamic between the various members of the Forger family is pretty good. They all keep their various secrets from each other. But, some of them have others figured out. For example, Anya knows her parents are a spy and an assassin respectively. And Loid doesn’t take much time to figure out Yuri’s secret.

I’m assuming that at some point more of their secrets will come out. But, I’m also afraid that could mess with the dynamic they currently have. Would the series have its same charm if they were no longer keeping secrets from each other?

What I Want from Part 2

A second season of Spy x Family is in the works. It’s currently called “Part 2,” but it’s a second season. And there are a few things I’d like to see from this second season that we didn’t get from the first.

The main thing I want is more Yor content. There is Yor content in this season of the anime. There were entire episodes dedicated to her. But, of the three Forgers, she’s the one with the least content by far in the first season. Most of the time, Yor isn’t much more than a background character.

We see a lot of Loid since he’s the first of the main characters we meet. He goes on various missions aside from having a fake family. And we get to follow along with some of these missions. Often, they’re intertwined with the main story.

Anya and Yor having drinks from the anime series Spy x Family
Anya and Yor having drinks

Likewise, we see a lot of Anya. She’s the big draw of the series since she’s cute and funny, so of course, she needs a lot of screen time. And she gets plenty of this screen time while she’s at school when Yor isn’t around (Loid sometimes is).

Yor doesn’t get much in the way of her own content. We sometimes see her at her fake job working for the government. But aside from that, she’s playing the role of the wife. We don’t get to see her going on assassination assignments like Loid with his missions.

The other big thing I’d like to see is more of Yuri. He’s definitely not my favorite character. But, he and Loid are opposites by nature due to their jobs (and relationships with Yor). So, having them interact more could be interesting. Also, Anya never got to meet Uncle Yuri.

Conclusion

In the end, I gave Spy x Family a 7/10. Originally, I had it at an 8. But, after looking back at the season as a whole, I can’t give it a rating that high. While I’m looking forward to this series continuing, it’s not one I would ever rewatch.

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The Executioner and Her Way of Life

The Executioner and Her Way of Life

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The Executioner and Her Way of Life

Series Overview

The Executioner and Her Way of Life (Shokei Shoujo no Virgin Road / 処刑少女の生きる道〈バージンロード〉) is a pretty good action-adventure fantasy anime. Its fans will try to tell you it’s either a shoujo ai or yuri series. But, that’s not true. It has female characters; that’s all.

Now, I’ll be honest, I started watching Shokei Shoujo in part because I heard it was yuri. So, I was a bit disappointed to learn that it isn’t. With that said, I still enjoyed watching it. The plot and characters aren’t the best. But, this series has a lot of great world-building.

I guess before I go any further, I need to say that the first episode has a twist. So, if you continue to read this review, you’ll spoil yourself on that.

The basic plot of this series is that it’s an isekai in which the otherworlders have immense power. If you’re summoned into this world, you may find you have the ability to control gravity or something.

Controlling gravity seems pretty cool. You could use it to fly. But, the powers the otherworlders have are on a much larger scale. If gravity was your power, it would mean you could reverse gravity on a continental scale, if not larger.

So, there are people in this world known as Executioners. And, the job of the Executioners is to track down and kill otherworlders before they go out of control. The more someone uses their power, the more their mind breaks down and they lose control.

Now, the main otherworlder in the series has the power to control time. The problem is that even if she’s killed, time resets back to before she died. So, our main Executioner has to take her on a quest to find a way to kill her.

Main Characters

Menou is the main Executioner of the series. Executioners are members of the church, also known as the Faust. And so, that also means Menou is a priestess. But, she’s a priestess who assassinates people with a knife and magic. As far as the main characters go, though, she’s pretty boring.

Akari Tokitou is my least favorite of the main characters. She’s the primary otherworlder who can control time. I didn’t mention this earlier, but the name for the otherworlders’ powers is Pure Concepts. Akari’s annoying. The only reason she’s interesting at all is that she has a Pure Concept.

Also, Akari’s last name is a reference to her Pure Concept. Toki (とき / 時) means time in Japanese.

Momo and Menou from the anime series The Executioner and Her Way of Life
Momo and Menou

Momo is my favorite character. I could honestly write an entire article only focusing on her. She’s Menou’s Executioner subordinate and seems to be stronger than Menou. Momo’s also the cutest character. And, has the same personality as Kuroko from A Certain Scientific Railgun.

Princess Ashuna is, well, a princess. But, she’s the kind of princess who carries a large sword around and looks for fights. While Menou and Akari are usually paired up in the series, Momo and Ashuna are, as well. I much prefer Momo’s and Ashuna’s dynamic over Menou’s and Akari’s.

Flare is the third and final Executioner we know of in the series. She’s the one who raised and trained Menou. And as such, Menou is also known as Flarette. We don’t actually know all that much about her other than that she takes her job very seriously.

Something I found surprising is that the community seems to like Menou and Akari a lot more than I do. I guess the fact that they’re so generic is a positive.

Pure Concepts and Human Errors

Okay, so now we’re getting to the part of the series I actually want to write about. Pure Concepts are a cool magic system. They’re not explained at all. But, the simple fact that each one represents the concept of something in its purest form is neat.

We know of at least six Pure Concepts by the end of the first season. But, we only know the names of three of them. And, we also know of another Pure Concept user, but nothing about their Pure Concept. So, it’s time to dive into real spoilers.

The Pure Concept of Null is the very first Pure Concept we learn of. This Pure Concept allows Mitsuki to erase things from reality. It nullifies things. We only got to see him use that power once before Menou killed him.

Akari Tokitou from the anime series The Executioner and Her Way of Life
Akari Tokitou

Akari has the Pure Concept of Time, as I already explained. The first time her Pure Concept activates, it only reverts time for her body after Menou kills her. But, later on, we learn that she can also turn back time for the entire world, if not the universe.

Pandemonium has the Pure Concept of Chaos. She’s considered one of the Four Major Human Errors. These were otherworlders who wreaked havoc on the world and left lasting effects. All the monsters that exist in the world today are the result of the Pure Concept of Chaos.

Pandemonium’s mother also had a Pure Concept, but we never learned what it was.

The other three Pure Concepts don’t yet have actual names we know. But, we know the lasting effects of them are the Starhusk, the Material Room, and the Sword of Salt. We know the Starhusk blanches things and the Sword of Salt turns things into salt. The Material Room is a mystery.

Conclusion

In the end, I gave The Executioner and Her Way of Life a 6/10. It could have been a 7, but I felt that the middle of the season was a bit boring. It’s still enjoyable, though, and I hope it gets another season. I want to know more about the Pure Concepts and Major Human Errors.

Also, this was one of the anime I reviewed weekly over the course of the season. So, if you want to read my thoughts on each episode, you can start with this joint review of Episodes 1 & 2.

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Aharen Is Indecipherable

Aharen Is Indecipherable

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Aharen Is Indecipherable

Series Overview

Aharen Is Indecipherable (Aharen-san wa Hakarenai / 阿波連さんははかれない) is a rom-com anime. The two main characters are Matsuboshi Raido and Reina Aharen. And as the title implies, Aharen is indecipherable — that’s the twist this time around.

Aharen has three defining traits. She’s short. She’s quiet. And she doesn’t know how to judge how close she should get to people. Because of these traits, she’s always getting into wacky situations. Or, at least that’s what you would think from how the series starts off.

In reality, Aharen isn’t all that indecipherable. Most of the crazy situations in this series only take place in Raido’s imagination. When he can’t figure out what Aharen is doing, he jumps to outlandish conclusions. So, in reality, Aharen is only indecipherable to Raido.

In fact, due to Raido’s imagination, most people are probably indecipherable to him.

Anyway, I didn’t watch Komi Can’t Communicate, but I imagine this series is similar in a lot of ways. They’re both about high school girls who can’t communicate very well and want to make friends. From my understanding, the main difference is that Komi has anxiety while Aharen is quiet.

I was never interested in Komi. But, I decided to pick up Aharen because the trailer made it look more comedy-focused. And, to be fair, it is comedy-focused. Also, for most of this season, Aharen Is Indecipherable was one of the anime I had rated the highest.

As the series progressed, though, I wasn’t getting the same enjoyment out of it. For the most part, the characters are good throughout. This is just a complaint I seem to have about a lot of more slice of life anime.

Let me know in the comments. Do you get tired of slice of life anime as they progress?

Characters

I already went over the two main characters in my description of the series. But, once again, they are Reina Aharen and Matsuboshi Raido. I don’t have much else to say about them, though. So, let’s move on to the supporting characters and go through them in groups.

The first group includes Aharen’s and Raido’s other friends at school. Mitsuki Ooshiro is one of Aharen’s childhood friends and is extremely shy. She’s usually hiding somewhere nearby. There are also Hanako Satou and Ishikawa. They’re less important, but they’re still part of the group.

Staying at school, there are two teachers who get a fair amount of screen time. These are Miyahira-sensei and Toubaru-sensei. In my expert opinion, these two female teachers are a romantic couple.

And speaking of romance, Toubaru-sensei has a potentially-fatal weakness to it. When she sees Aharen and Raido together, she gets severe nosebleeds.

Aharen whispering to Raido from the anime series Aharen Is Indecipherable
Aharen whispering to Raido

Outside of school, Aharen and Raido often run into some elementary schoolers. These are Futaba and Atsushi. Futaba has a crush on Atsushi and believes Aharen is trying to seduce him. Meanwhile, Atsushi doesn’t understand why his master, Aharen, hangs out with Raido.

Lastly, we have the siblings. Raido has a younger whose name we’re never given. She’s only ever referred to as “younger sister.” But, she’s not important in any way, so her lack of a name doesn’t matter at all.

Aharen has both a younger sister and a younger brother. And they both look like her to an extreme degree. Raido first meets Ren, Aharen’s younger brother. And because they look so similar, Raido mistakes Ren for his older sister.

Eru is Aharen’s younger sister. The joke with Eru is that she looks like she should be the older sister. She’s larger than Aharen in every way.

Less Unique Than Expected

My biggest complaint with Aharen Is Indecipherable is that it wasn’t all that unique. As I mentioned earlier in this review, all the wacky antics in the series are actually in Raido’s head. Crazy things aren’t always happening in reality, and that makes the series a bit more boring.

Funny things do happen in the reality of the series. For example, one of my favorite bits was when Aharen became obsessed with a fidget spinner. But, the best part of that bit was the extreme Raido’s imagination took Aharen’s obsession to.

In his mind, her use of a fidget spinner is going to affect every waking hour of the rest of her life. But, again, this isn’t reality. So, once reality retakes control, we’re left with nothing. There’s no lasting impact on the series. And the only character who knows what was going on in Raido’s head is Raido.

Reina Aharen ready to cook from the anime series Aharen Is Indecipherable
Reina Aharen ready to cook

Another great bit that solved some of these issues was when Aharen and Raido got into rap music. First of all, this happened in the reality of the series. They actually got into rap music and communicated with each other via rapping.

So, already, that solves a big problem most of the other bits have. It actually involves other characters, not only Raido. It’s not Raido imagining what Aharen would do. The two of them play off each other.

And as for a lasting impact, there admittedly still isn’t much. But, later on, Raido’s unnamed younger sister also tries her hand at rapping to communicate. With Raido’s imaginings, we never get tie-ins like that.

At the end of the day, it all comes down to the fact that Aharen isn’t actually indecipherable. If she was, and if she was always doing crazy things, it’d be better.

Conclusion

For most of the season, I had Aharen Is Indecipherable sitting at a 7. But, after finishing the final episode, I decided to lower my rating to a 6/10. I enjoyed the anime. And the OP is one of the best of the season. But, it’s not all that special compared to other rom-coms.

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Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3

Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3

Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 anime series cover art
Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3

Season Overview

Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 (Honzuki no Gekokujou 3rd Season / 本好きの下剋上 ~司書になるためには手段を選んでいられません~) includes episodes 27 – 36. At 10 episodes long, this is the shortest of the three seasons that have aired so far. But, it’s also the best of the seasons.

Season 3 picks up where Season 2 left off, with Myne performing her duties as a priestess with the church. From what we see, Myne appears to be the main source of mana in the country for the church. She travels all around the domain, offering her mana to the gods so that the people will have good harvests.

Myne also continues her work with the Gilberta company to produce books. And in this season, we get to see her develop a few more advancements that will bring her closer to her goal. In particular, she begins developing both a movable-type printing press and colored inks.

What I’d say makes this season the best of the three, though, is that there’s a lot of interesting conflict. This isn’t conflict like we had in the previous seasons. There aren’t battles against out-of-control plants. This time around, the conflict is a lot more political. But, that doesn’t mean there’s no action.

And, this political conflict comes from both sides of Myne’s life. There are those in the church who want to get rid of her because she’s a commoner. And there are rival businesses that want to protect their own financial interests.

Unfortunately, there’s not too much new lore in this season. On the bright side, there are some new characters that sort of make up for that. Well, it’s a bit hard to call some of the new characters actual characters, as you’ll see in the next section. But, one of the real new characters is good.

New Characters

Let’s get the two new characters who aren’t really characters out of the way first. Kamil is Myne’s new baby brother. As a literal baby, I can’t say Kamil is all that much of a character. He doesn’t have any dialogue or anything. The only things he does are laugh and cry.

Next up, we have Dirk, who’s also a literal baby. But, unlike Kamil who has a family, Dirk is an orphan. We don’t know who his parents are, though I have some theories. What makes Dirk more interesting than Kamil, though, is that we find out he has the Devouring like Myne.

While not exactly a new character, we also have Sir Damuel. He’s one of the knights from Season 2. But, in this season, he’s charged with being Myne’s bodyguard. So, while he was a background character before, he got an upgrade to the role of supporting character now.

Myne, Kamil, and Tuuli from the anime series Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3
Myne, Kamil, and Tuuli

Heidi and her husband (I don’t remember his name) are two more new characters. They’re Myne’s new business partners who help with sourcing the ink used for her books. I wouldn’t call them all that important. But, they do show up a few times throughout the season.

A more important character is Count Bindewald. He’s a newly-introduced antagonist of the season. Count Bindewald is a lord from a neighboring domain who happens to be friends with the High Priest. He’s not a very interesting character, but he’s more important to the plot than the others mentioned so far.

The final new character is the only one I’d call good. Sylvester is an eccentric blue-robed priest whom Ferdinand introduces to Myne. Sylvester is both an important character and an interesting character. In the last episode of the season, he adopts Myne as his daughter.

Setting Up for Season 4

From this point on, I’m not going to be tagging spoilers. A discussion of how Season 3 sets up for Season 4 with tagged spoilers would end up being a wall of black bars. If you don’t want spoilers, go watch Season 3 (and then come back).

I also should point out that a 4th Season isn’t actually confirmed yet. But, considering this series got 3 seasons already and people seem to enjoy it, I don’t see why it wouldn’t. This isn’t a one (season) hit wonder like No Game No Life. It would be a bit odd to cut the anime now.

So, the biggest change going from Season 3 into Season 4 is Myne’s status. Sylvester adopted her. And he’s not a normal noble. He’s the Lord of the domain. So, that means Myne, now called Rozemyne, isn’t a normal noble either. At least, I would imagine that’s how it works.

Sylvester from the anime series Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3
Sylvester

Does Myne’s adoption by Sylvester now grant her a higher status than Ferdinand? He’ll still be her senior in the church. But, it could be a situation like how Ferdinand seemed to have held a higher status than the High Priest.

Speaking of the High Priest, now that his crimes have come to light, he’s no longer going to be a threat to Myne. He was the main antagonist of the series up to this point. So, the next season should introduce a new antagonist.

My guess is that the next antagonist will be a noble from another domain. Myne’s enemies in the church are gone. And as the daughter of Sylvester, I don’t see many other nobles causing issues for her. The next antagonist could be from the same country as Count Bindewald.

Conclusion

Overall, I gave Ascendance of a Bookworm Season 3 a 5/10. It was fine. But not all that much happened until the end of the season. Most of the season focused on things like figuring out how ink works. I’m hoping the next season has a bit more going on.

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Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story Final Season

Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story Final Season

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Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story Final Season

“Season” Overview

Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story Final Season isn’t a final season. I already explained this in my review of Final Season Episode 9. But, I’ll do it again here anyway. This is actually the final 4 episodes of the 2nd Season that weren’t finished on time.

A standard cour of anime is about 12 episodes. The 2nd Season was 8 episodes and this “Final” Season is 4. Together, that makes 12. Also, the 4 Episodes in the Final Season are numbers 9-12, which is further evidence of this.

With that out of the way, what do I think of the Final Season? Well, while it’s not the ending I wanted for the series, I do still think it was very good. I’d put it about on par with the 2nd Season. Though, I still think the 2nd Season is better. It’s definitely better than the 1st Season.

But, what I found interesting is that most viewers think the Final Season is about on par with the 1st. At the time I’m writing this, the 1st Season has a 6.79 average rating and the Final Season has a 6.80. I don’t agree with either of those scores, but for different reasons.

So, here’s the thing about the Final Season of Magia Record. It does a lot of things very well, which is why I have it rated above the average. But, at the same time, it failed to resolve a lot of major plot points in satisfying ways.

While I know that’s a pretty big flaw, I’m having a hard time justifying a lower score for it. The issue is that 4 episodes weren’t enough to wrap everything up. And at the end of the day, that’s a flaw of the anime industry at large.

Disappointing Character Storylines

There are a decent number of characters in Magia Record. Luckily, despite being an adaptation of a gacha game, there was a limited cast. Still, there were character storylines that weren’t wrapped up at the start of the season.

Some of the main ones were Touka, Nemu, Ui (duh), Alina, and Kuroe. Now, Ui’s storyline got about as good of a conclusion as I could ask for. It wasn’t all that special. But, it did check all the boxes that it needed to. We learned what happened to Ui and got a definitive answer to the question “is she coming back?”

Touka and Nemu were a bit more disappointing. There was a twist involving them in Episode 10 that I liked. But, the conclusion to their story wasn’t good. They got talk-no-jutsu’d by Iroha and then that was pretty much the end for them.

Momoko's spirit saving Tsuruno from the anime series Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story Final Season
Momoko’s spirit saving Tsuruno

The biggest disappointments were Alina and Kuroe. So, for Kuroe, we got a very basic backstory and then that was it for her. Considering Kuroe has been in the anime from the start, I expected way more from her. Alina didn’t even get that, though, which surprised me.

Alina was one of the first antagonists introduced in the series. She also has a cool ability, and her character could have gone in a few different directions. But, in the end, we really learned nothing about her, and then she got defeated once and for all.

Of course, there were also other characters. Momoko and Mifune, for example, sacrificed themselves to save the other magical girls. This was fine. But, it also wasn’t explained well and was more of a Deus ex machina than anything else.

Oh, and the original Madoka Magica girls already dipped after recovering Mami. So they were gone.

Plot Points Left Unresolved

Embryo Eve and the Doppels are aspects of Magia Record that I’m not a huge fan of. I get that the Doppels are a game mechanic that connect to the story. They kind of had to be present in the series because of that.

But, with Embryo Eve, that’s something that’s all story. There are no mechanics that define how Embryo Eve has to “work.” And that’s where Embryo Eve failed for me. The writers had all this freedom, and they settled for the most boring option in the end.

What is Embryo Eve supposed to be for the Magia Record story? It’s Magia Record’s version of Walpurgisnacht (even though that also exists). The difference is that Walpurgisnacht is a calamity always looming in the background. Embryo Eve is little more than an oversized Uwasa. It doesn’t have the same impact — on the story, characters, or viewers.

Alina Gray's Doppel taking over from the anime series Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story Final Season
Alina Gray’s Doppel taking over

Despite being a “necessary evil,” the Doppels have more going for them than Embryo Eve does. Some of them have cool designs. And they did work well within the story in the first 2 seasons. But, I wouldn’t say that the conclusion of the story of the Doppels was good.

At the end of the series, we learned that the Doppels are actually part of Alina’s magic. She’s the one who creates Doppels. And since Alina doesn’t get any real development, the Doppels feel a bit empty. There’s no deeper mystery to them anymore.

It felt to me like Doppels were Soul Gem replacements in Magia Record. They replaced the need for Grief Seeds, sure. But they served the same purpose as Soul Gems. They illustrated the despair of magical girls. And finding out they’re manufactured by a magical girl took away from that.

Conclusion

I still ended up giving Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story Final Season an 8/10. You can argue that’s too high of a rating. But, I’d also argue the 6.80 it has on MyAnimeList is too low of a rating. It may not be as flashy as the 2nd Season, but the plot points it does well are better.

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