Wooderon’s Anime Pirate Crew

I don’t normally do this kind of thing. But I’ve seen enough of the bloggers I follow doing these kind of tag lists that I felt I wanted to give it ago, despite the fact that nobody actually nominated me directly, but why the hell should I let that stop me.

I actually spotted this on Mechanical Anime Reviews, written by Scott, so I’ll link his blog, which is customary in these things. and I’ll thank him for the likes he’s been giving my posts these past few months. As posted in Scott’s post, here are the rules I’m working from:

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Wooderon Anime of the Year 2018: #7

Not to spoil things too much, but this is another anime that is still ongoing as I write this. The deeper I get into this list, the more I feel like I should be less concerned with years of release and when things ended. Maybe I should just look at what I watched and enjoyed over the course of the year. Again, any of the more veteran anime bloggers out there want to throw some ideas my way, feel free.

Wooderon Anime of the Year 2018: #7

In this year of getting into watching Anime in a way that I never really have done before, I’ve come to realise that I have a pretty pretty strong appreciation for the ridiculous and the absurd. And nothing does this brand of over the top silly quite like anime does. This number seven entry in particular has kept me coming back mostly thanks to how weird it is, and the fact that it manages to top its own weirdness over and over on a pretty consistent basis. But then again, that could apply to a good number of the shows I’ve watched this year.

Here’s the list as it stands thus far:

#10: Goblin Slayer

#9: Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind

#8: The Ancient Magus’ Bride

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