Cross-posted from my work at TheDigiQuest.com
Love is complicated. It’s an age old saying that will never lose its meaning and in one way or another, we’re all searching for it, or something like it.
Scum’s Wish is the story of that complication found in love and the emptiness left behind when your love isn’t reciprocated. When you can’t have the one you love, can you find comfort in someone else? In a replacement?
That’s right, it’s time for Part 2 of my spring 2016 anime season reviews. Sorry for the delay, I got caught up in work (well kind of), The Evil Within, and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. But, let’s suit up and take a look at some of the season’s more exciting anime: Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- and My Hero Academia.
Despite my ambitious anime list found in Spring 2016 Anime – First Impressions, I ended the Spring 2016 season completing just four anime. The series that didn’t make the cut were either dropped early on or just never made it to a legal streaming platform (“cough” Sinbad “cough”). While I won’t say there was anything inherently bad with them, I, ultimately, felt there wasn’t enough appeal early on to make me believe it would be worth my time. For the four final anime, I’ve prepared short reviews and thoughts, split into two posts. Overall, spring was not the anime season of dreams I had originally though it was going to be but there were a few stand-out definitely worth talking about (for better or for worse). For Part 1, let’s take a look at Kabaneri and the Iron Fortress and And You Thought there is Never a Girl Online? (Netoge Yome).