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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We’re at the top three of my best anime list and those of you who know a lot more about the medium than I do will have realised that I am really only skimming the surface when it comes to genre and the depth of things out there to watch. Which is something I’ve always been open to admitting. I know what I like and it’s going to be very unusual that I foray outside of my comfort zone, even though I am really trying.
Today’s entry is the last one I post before people probably start to get mad at me. So I’ll make the most of my newfound admiration for anime before all the other anime bloggers out there lose all respect for me. Despite how much I personally enjoyed today’s show, I haven’t seen too many others talking about it. So many it’s no as important as I think it is, but as my introduction to a long running series, it impressed me quite a bit.
So let’s get into it… after I list the previous seven shows on my list:
#10: Goblin Slayer
#9: Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Golden Wind
#8: The Ancient Magus’ Bride
#7: Golden Kamuy
#6: Attack on Titan
#4: Megalo Box
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During this, my first year trying to get into Anime, I found myself picking up a number of shows I would have otherwise never invested any time into. Lupin the Third is the one of these shows. Truthfully, I had actually heard of Lupin the Third beforehand. It’s a show that did get huge outside of Japan, it just so happens Part V is my first actual experience with it.
Not knowing anything going in, it managed to grab me almost right away. It makes a hell of a first impression. It’s a show that seeps style from every pore and is a lot smarter than I would have ever imagined, but let’s not get a head of ourselves.
Continue reading “A Beginner’s View on Lupin the Third Part 5”