There’s a glimmer of a great idea in Death Parade, but it’s ultimately little more than a unique curio.
While Puella Magi Madoka Magica is indebted to magical girl tropes, it offers an immeasurably darker take on that material than you could imagine.
Isuca ain’t your typical fanservice anime.
Gloriously weird in a way that will either revolt or delight you.
The fourth season of To Love-Ru takes fanservice to the extreme.
Sailor Moon R is a complex representation of teenage coming-of-age, satirising and celebrating the solipsistic tendencies of youth.
A consistently excellent show celebrates one of its strongest seasons by exploiting the diverse storytelling enable by rich world-building.