With stunning animation, a unique premise and hilarious and memorable characters, One Punch Man delivers a knockout punch to end 2015.
A fun, if predictable, supernatural shonen series, Ushio and Tora might not be one of the best shows of the season, but it’s definitely worth your time (if you have any to spare).
A favorite from his childhood, Mithrandiel takes a look back at Lensman – Secret of the Lens. How does it hold up?
Iron Blooded Orphans certainly has what it takes to stand among some of the best the Gundam universe has to offer. Time will only tell if it will deliver on its promise.
Charlotte starts off with promise, but ultimately winds down a road the viewer barely sees coming, leaving fans dazed and confused when the credits finally roll.
Though often compared to the legendary series Cowboy Bebop, Outlaw Star is a romping space-adventure that is able to stand on its own.
A hilarious twist on a traditional action series, One Punch Man is 70% comedy, 80% action and 200% awesome. It is definitely worth your time this Fall season.
With great animation and a story that stands out, GATE is one of the more entertaining shows from this last season.
While the premise is a road many anime viewers have been down before, the striking animation and balanced pace of the opening episode invites viewers back for more.
A unique action/adventure anime that morphs into an engaging mystery, Rokka – Braves of the Six Flowers successfully steps off the path often taken by other series and is an intelligent and refreshing series more than worth a watch.