Anime Playlist – Shirobako

Shirobako - Aoi, Ema, Midori, Misa, and Shizuka

Earlier in the week Sentai Filmworks announced their Black Friday sale… (No affiliates code or commercial interest, just a satisfied customer.) Turns out that most everything they had on sale, I’d bought during their Spring Sale. (See my Experiment in Unboxing post for details). But this time around, something I’d wanted last time was on sale – Shirobako!

Which reminded me that I haven’t done an anime playlist post in a while, and that both Shirobako OP’s are on that list:

Shirobako OP 1 – Colorful Box, Yoko Ishida

Shirobako OP 2 – Treasure Box, Masami Okui

Anyhow, just a quick post because it was on my mind… For my American readers, I wish you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving, and we’ll see everyone next week when regular posting resumes!

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Be sure and check out the other posts in the Anime Playlist series:

Laid Back Camp (franchise) – Recovery of an MMO JunkieSekireiYuuki Yuuna (franchise) – Shirobako

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Worth Reading – 7/15/2019

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In this edition…  Shirobako, Land of the Lustrous, some thoughts on the responsibility of anime fans, and a couple of AMV’s.

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Looking back – Winter 2015

Just for fun, each season I look back four years to see what I was watching back then and talk about what I thought of it then and now.  Since it’s Winter 2019, that means it’s time to look at Winter 2015 and cringe (or not) at what I watching way back when.

Saekano - Tomaya's first glimpse of Megumi...

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Looking back – Fall 2014

Just for fun, each season I’m going to look back four years to see what I was watching back then and talk about what I thought of it then and now.  Since its Fall 2018, that means it’s time to look at Fall 2014 and cringe (or not) at what I watching way back when.

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Worth Reading: links and stuff. 8/31-9/6 2017

A new feature for the Lounge!  I’ve sometimes collected these snippets and put them down at the end of the weekly reviews, but they’ve never seemed to fit well there.   So, instead I’m going to collect them in their own weekly post.  Episodic and current anime links will continue to be in the weekly post because that’s where they fit best.

Some weeks there might be less than others, or maybe no posting at all, but so it goes.

A shout out goes to Jon at Jon Spencer Reviews for helping me brainstorm the title.

Worth Reading

  • First up – a link I post with a lump in my throat…  Mage in a Barrel is ending regular posting.  As I’ve said before, Bless was the inspiration for starting this blog and has long been a mainstay of my anime reading, so this is a sad thing indeed.  Though, knowing Bless, he won’t be able to stop posting entirely for any length of time.  But, ya gotta follow your bliss.  Good luck Bless!
  • Over at Shinyuu, Yukinocake posts a wonderful review of the Orange manga.  If you haven’t read the manga or seen the anime, both are available on Crunchyroll and I highly recommend them.  Of the two, I slightly prefer the manga as the anime has some pacing issues.
  • The Weekend Otaku examines the animation quality of the shows he’s following for the Summer 2017 season.  I don’t think he gives Abyss the credit it deserves, but it’s still interesting reading.
  • Lita at Lita Kino Anime Corner posts on the value (or lack thereof) of seasonal hype and balancing that with with your own judgement.  For my part, I try not to be swept up in it…  but I don’t ignore it either.  It’s just one more data point in evaluating whether or not to watch a show.

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