There are many anime titles out there focusing on what we would change if we’re given a second chance to relive our past. The best recent example that came to my mind is Boku Dake ga Inai Machi. ReLIFE carries a similar tone except it doesn’t emphasize too much on what the main character, Kaizaki Arata, would change when he was given the second chance to be a high school senior again.
Instead in ReLIFE, while also sorting out his personal issues, Kaizaki remembers to treasure the moments at what is his second time as high school senior.
Be warned though, from hereon there may be spoilers here and there.
Oh dear, what am I looking at here? The only series that stood out by reading the summary alone is Rinne no Lagrange and that’s only because I saw the first season already! Crisis?!
Usually, I don’t have many on my list before the season starts but will eventually add a few more after that. That’s because I’d sample the first few episodes of a series and then decide they’d stay on my watch list. Last season, however, due to lack of time I didn’t get to watch even the first episode of many series. Shows like Hyouka and Shirokuma Cafe are hot on my Twitter feed, but I didn’t get to watch more episodes of these series even if I want to.
She cracked me up. She’s mysterious. She’s a saddist. She’s a genius. She’s mean. She’s kind. She’s like everything packaged in one character. She’s Mayo Chiki’s ojousama Suzutsuki Kanade!
Soooo…Spring Anime 2011 season is coming to an end. How has it been for you? I picked up Moshidora and A Channel as planned here. Along with those two series, I picked up Hanasaku Iroha and Hidan no Aria as well. Just to let you know, I haven’t seen any of the latter two series’ episodes since the sixth episode – which is why there isn’t any Hanasaku Iroha post lately. I intend to continue with it, just thought I should gather a few more episodes first.
The other day, I was reading the Summer Anime 2011 list and have roughly decided what to follow. It has become a habit.