It’s been like two years since I watched Fumoffu.
Today, I’ve watched tens of anime episodes… and at the end, I ran out of things to watch (lol… first time that’s happened to me in quite a while.)
So I started The Second Raid. Third season of FMP, and it’s by KyoAni. I was really amazed at how good it was compared to the recent animes I’ve been watching. In fact, it soared way above all the Fall 2009 episodes I watched today.
It seemed Code Geass-level to me. I haven’t watched a lot of military-oriented war/battle/politics animes lately (last one must have been CANAAN), but this one just shone through everything else I watched today.
I guess I should go back to watching some older animes. Mahoromatic (which I also finished today) was SOOO poetic and touching!
By my experience, most older animes are horribly drawn AND have stories that aren’t as good as modern animes… but that’s actually not true. Each era does have its own unique art style/quality, but newer isn’t always better than older.
Moral of the day. And tomorrow I have to go to school again. Touché, Sousuke.