Airing during the Fall 2013 season, Yu-sibu (or Yushibu) is one the titles that did manage to leave a lasting impression on my viewing list. Besides having an absurdly long name, it is also very similar to Spring’s 2013 The Devil Is a Part-timer, another fantasy/comedy themed work spawning from a light novel. Both being very different and unique in their own ways, Yushibu did manage to standout more for me even if I can’t necessarily deem it the better production, but do think of it being more of a guilty pleasure than anything else.
Known to most avid anime fans through art and various other media, I do have to admit it was quite a surprise to find out that Super Sonico would be getting her own anime series back during the Winter 2014 anime season. Originally created by Nitroplus to promote a musical event, the character’s popularity is definitely nothing to sneeze at launching a few games, countless PVC figurines, and so many 18+ doujinshi it will make your head-spin. Not that I actually indulged in any of that material myself…nope, not me. So was the anime adaptation staring this popular character any good or just for mere kicks…?
Apart of the Valentine’s Day sale offered at participating retailers this week (or a few weeks ago since I delayed posting this), I decided to pickup the oddly appropriate Chūnibyō demo Koi ga Shitai! or also known as Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions. Along with some other smaller anime-centric purchases made
this week , this has to be the least romantically endowed of the bunch, but still one I wanted to add to my collection.