Action, adventure, and service?!
The spring season has been a rather mellow one here. I’m not too happy about it, but summer will be a lot better. There are several shows I’m very excited to cover. Now, with that said the season ahead will be a difficult one. A lot of the summer shows will be brutal to stitch up, though that’s part of the fun. Anyhow, let’s talk about what we have on the upcoming lineup.
Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no wa Machigatteiru Darou ka II – The blue string sensation is making a come back. I’ve been a fan of Bell and Hestia since their debut. Season 1 was a fantastic ride, and I expect a similar one going into season 2.
Toaru Kagaku no Accelerator – I recognize quite a few of you want some Index content on here. I’m a fan of the series, but going back to do all those episodes just isn’t possible right now. As such, Accelerator will give us a chance to start somewhat fresh. Additionally, I can’t say much about the plot for this one, but the girls will be nice to view.
Lord El-Melloi II-sei no Jikenbo: “Rail Zeppelin” Grace note – This one was a given, but in case you’ve forgotten, I already planned this one months ago. Episode 0 was covered here back at the start of the year. I hope you’re ready for tons of cute Gray pictures.
Dr. STONE – If I had to rank my favorite weekly shonen jump series, then here’s number 2. Let’s just hope the episode count on this one doesn’t kill me.
Tejina Senpai – As long as this isn’t censored, then this will be our seasonal short fan service show. Tejina Senpai truthfully doesn’t have a whole lot going on, so if the televised broadcast is censored, we may skip out on it.
Sounan desu ka? – Four girls stranded on a deserted island, sounds fun! I’ve read a good bit of this one, and enjoyed every moment of it. I also expect great things coming out of this show with Ezo’la on the job.
Everything above is most likely what’s to come here this summer. There’s always a chance things might change, though. Additionally, if you think there’s a summer show I’m not giving a chance, then feel free to let me know. I’m always open to suggestions. Moreover, it’s likely that our summer season will be interrupted again this year. August or September seems likely when I’ll be moving. When that does take place, I’ve prepared a few posts to cover the gap. Hopefully I’ll have enough, but no big promises. Lastly, I have a sample of what those posts will be like. Check the post prior to this if you’re interested. It’ll be similar to what you’re use to here, although a lot less text. Let’s just say it will be dreamy. Anyways, here’s hoping Summer 2019 will be a good one. Look forward to plenty more here at, Anime Solution!
Just for convenience and peace of mind.
Why stick with the ones that were officially licensed?
If you’re asking how I watch anime, then all the English sites that legally host them is posted on the resources page.
How do you get them?
So nobody wants to help you? How sad.
When I say posts, I mean the entire package. From watching, to media work, then writing it all up.
The offer is actually there on the contact page, though no one has asked. Until such a time, it’s just me.
How do you find the time to watch some of the current airing shows if you are too busy with posts?
Why not ask for help and rest?
Yes, the current rotation of 9-10 weekly shows eats up nearly all my time.
I’m only one person. There’s only so much I can do alone.
You are too busy with current shows?
Why do you not post more older shows that isn’t too recent?
I do not have time to watch shows outside of my rotation for Anime Solution. These posts take up every minute of my waking hours.
From the get go, Anime Solution was always going to focus on currently airing shows. I don’t mind going back for older shows, though.
Why not watch the first four seasons?
So you rather focus on the current anime shows?
While I understand the popularity behind Symphogear, I’ve never watched a single episode of it. Jumping into it on season 5 would be an impossible feat for me.
For the most part, the blu-ray rotation here is used to do past shows. Since Anime Solution started at the end of 2017, there’s only so much I can do as a solo act. As such, I’m willing to take on any show, but it’s going to take a while for me to work on it. Airing shows will always take priority, though I don’t doubt you’ll one day see older Fate shows on here.
Can you do Symphogear XV along with the first four seasons?
Any plans on bringing in past anime that came out over a decade ago like the original Fate stay night or Cardcaptor Sakura?
If one of the shows I listed above don’t work out, I would probably go for Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru? There’s not a single Doga Kobo title I’ve seen that disappoints. As for Isekai Cheat Magician, well I’m kinda on isekai break. Not that I don’t enjoy some isekais, but we’ve already done a lot of them here. Joshi Kōsei no Mudazukai sounds fun, though I fear what it will become mid-way into the season. It honestly looks like Daily Lives of High School Boys, but with girls. Lastly, movies have been difficult to get to. Since it’s just me, there’s very little time to watch anything outside of the weekly rotation. Also, Kizumonogatari and Heaven’s Feel hold the current movie queue.
That is a great list!Some good additions to the Summer 2019 lineup would be• Dumbbell Nan Kilo Moteru,• Isekai Cheat Magician,• Joshi Kōsei no Mudazukai…AND before My Hero Academia Season 4 starts, you should do a media review of the “My Hero Academia: TWO HEROES” Movie! It’s excellent. ??