I was able to finish Love Lab this year. Thoughts of “Why did I stop watching this again?” were running through my mind while having fits of laughter. Ah, how many shows in 2013 made me laugh? Not much (because I did not watch much hahaha). After finishing I rewatched the episodes with Maki Makio in it. Such fun! 😀
I have also finished Maoyuu Maou Yuusha. Actually, it was more like a case of “it’s only about 12 episodes and it’s not annoying so why not finish it?” thing. Although some foreshadowing of things to come in the ending episode was interesting, more often than not I found the show boring. I don’t think the economics thingie was well handled–innovation blah3x now there’s progress–but it didn’t feel interesting. Maybe it didn’t blend well for me, like the way management principles from Peter Drucker did with Moshidora.
For the backlog, there’s still To Aru Kagaku no Railgun S, and Yondemasu Yo! Azazel-san Z. I don’t know if I will finish them this month though. And who knows when I’ll able to start on the 2014 winter anime hahaha.
On the manga side, I’ve been trying to read through the Chihayafuru raws. But the surprising blocking points are the small fonts. @_@ I have been trying recently to do more reading of raws and it’s really annoying to be faced with small fonts. Either I can’t make out the kanji, or I can’t make out the furigana (if I don’t know the kanji). I know I’m whining but yeah it’s my blog, help me vent my frustration. Onegaishimasu. 😛
I also read (whenever I remember to check) Space Brothers. I suppose my Japanese-language level is not good enough when encountering complex or technical terms, but I do still get the gist of most of the other dialogue. As a consequence I have stopped watching the anime. One could call that a surprising side effect.
Actually I was going to write a post about anime dropped because of the manga, but yeah, laziness set in. Maybe I will be able to write it in the future, but for now, ja! 🙂