Since I’ve been doing this 3 episode thing, the whole point of which was trying to find some new shows to watch, there have been a few of them that I’ve just rallied against from the get go. Which kind of defeats the purpose of giving new things a chance. There is some element of wanting to be fair and give everything a chance, but often it’ll feel like watching something out of begrudging obligation rather than keeping that open mind.
The problem here is that more often than not, I’ll go into the show already ready to dislike it before I even got going. That was the case with Seton Academy: Join the Pack! I’d seen a few people complaining about it on Twitter, and the premise seemed super generic to me, and so I was certain that this would be one of the shows I’d drop. But after all that, I guess that actually giving things a chance has paid off in some weird way.
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I’ve not been reviewing the latest reason of My Hero Academia episode by episode as I had originally planned on doing before it started. But with the conclusion of this most recent story arc featuring the Yakuza and the villain Overhaul I felt like it was time to voice some of the feeling I have been having about the series thus far.
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There not been a fat lot this season that has stuck out to me as something that could be described as “required viewing”, but of the shows I have watched so far, this one is by far the one getting the most attention. And deservedly so. There is something uniquely quirky and stylish about Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! right from the word go. And while I wasn’t so hot on it right away, it had done it’s job drawing me in by the time I’d finished its third episode.
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