We will try to point out what appeals to us in each series, in the hope that it will help you determine if it coincides with your tastes.
Disclaimer #2: Please note that this list does not reflect all the series airing this coming season.
It is meant to be as comprehensive as possible, but omissions have been made for shows that stray from the anime norm or seem to be oriented toward young children.
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As always, thank you to the entire Random Curiosity staff for helping with this preview.
Special thanks go to Divine and Xumbra, who encoded all the PV’s; Zephyr, who compiled the OVA/Movie list; Stilts, who was both manager and editor; Passerby, who missed errors; and Cherrie, who did formatting, links, pictures, and everything else that makes this wall of text into a coherent document. For more of a one-man-show experience, our very own Guardian Enzo has the Li A spring preview where you can find a second opinion on many of these shows.
Finally, I’d like to thank all you readers, commenters, lurkers, trolls, spambots, and the two of you who haven’t scrolled past this paragraph for your continued support of Random Curiosity.
Without an audience and feedback we all might as well be screaming into the void.
The heat of summer has mercifully given way to autumn here in the southern hemisphere, but in animeland, i.e.
the only place that matters, it’s spring, which means another big season of anime is coming.
We have sequels targeted at those seeking a blast from the past, including more Sailor Moon Crystal to continue an old franchise, and more Concrete Revolutio to deconstruct them all. Both Gundam and Macross have an iteration this season.
Of course, there are adaptations across the genres for your perusal: the popular manga Boku no Hero Academia brings us shounen action, the popular videogame series Gyakuten Saiban brings legal adventure, and Sakamoto of the titular Sakamoto Desu ga? But perhaps most notable are the original series that are harder to pigeonhole, like the supernatural bus trip of Mayoiga or Kuromukuro’s story of a samurai in a school on a dam, both to counterpoint the uncannily familiar Koutetsujou no Kabaneri. Our crack team of animethusiasts are on hand to be your Geiger counter for the entire season of anime. As a quick reminder, most entries are divided into two paragraphs: This season we’ll continue using our Expectation Levels.
Remember, these reflect our own subjective excitement level for each show; they do not necessarily reflect how shows will pan out.
For more information, check out the Overall Impressions section at the bottom, which includes an expanded explanation of each category and a list of all shows by expectation level.
Disclaimer: Back in the time of antiquity the scribes called 2012, previews were done by a single writer, Divine.