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Text Post: The new season posted by snakespm
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  • Ranmaru
    +3

    The first thing I watched this season was Ranpo Kitan earlier today. I enjoyed it a lot. I feels like Detective Conan with the atmosphere of something like Mouryou no Hako. I liked it a lot. I haven't read any of Edogawa Ranpo's novels but I like myself a good murder mystery and the first episode got me hooked so I hope it can keep up after a promising first episode.

    Other than that I'll probably take a look at Akagami no Shirayuki-hime (which, I hope, will be something like Akatsuki no Yona which I quite enjoyed), Charlotte (which is another Maeda/PA Works thing so I don't expect too much), Gakkou Gurashi (I love the manga so I hope the anime will entertain me as well), Gangsta (that can't possibly go wrong, can it?) and Wakako-zake (a slice-of-life short about going out for food and drinks? Hell yeah!).

    • snakespm
      +1

      So far I've checked out Gate and Classroom☆Crisis on Crunchyroll. I've enjoyed Gate so far, but Classroom☆Crisis was a bit.... lacking.