In her first article for Mithical Entertainment, Scarlette takes a look at a few anime series that have taken the conventional formula and flipped it on its head.
A series that attempts to revitalize the spirit of Voltron, BBK/BRNK makes some missteps with its formulaic character development and awkward animation style. However, there’s a bit too much promise buried beneath the exterior to ignore it outright.
A bright and cheerful opening episode leaves me with a lot of optimism regarding Myriad Colors Phantom World; a series that utilizes self-awareness to great effect.
A refreshing departure from the rest of the Winter season’s offerings, Rakugo is an immersive and engaging character drama that should be on everyone’s must-watch list.
Though Schwarzes Marken features a stunningly familiar universe, a unique twist on a divided Germany combined with a well-executed display of man’s inhumanity to man makes the series more than worth your time.
With a fantastic opening episode, Erased is an intelligent and haunting series that is easily one of the best shows this season.
You ever wonder what kind of show you would get if you let an angsty middle schooler take the helm? Divine Gate does us the courtesy of answering that question.
Opening with a much darker tone than last season, GATE is promising a return to more of the canonical storylines that make the light novel so intriguing.