This is the series I’m most looking forward to next season. It’s supposed to be a “distorted love story” based on a light novel series by Ryohgo Narita. He also wrote Baccano!, which was adapted into an anime and was highly enjoyable for me.
I have seen the previous seasons of Nodame Cantabile, thus I’m anticipating the finale. An added interest is that I have played the piano for over 10 years, so it’s always interesting to see fellow piano players in stories.
Seems like a mystery anime based on a PSP visual novel. The mountain village setting and repeating nightmares aspect has me thinking of Higurashi no Naku Koro ni.
I’m always up for some good mystery though.
There’s always at least one harem anime every season. This one involves a cat-spirit demon huntress that protects the male lead who so happens to be allergic to cats.
The premise is interesting enough to merit watching. The Shogunate strategist wants the last practitioner from the No Sword School to help her recover the legendary swords. She gives him a reason to help by stating that he will fall in love with her.
Hmm, a 15-year old girl enlists in the army and joins a unit of five girls that protect a fortress overlooking a small village. They also play music. The small military detachment of girls reminds me of Sky Girls, but this seems to be more on the serious side – hopefully.
Vampires and blood. Looks like there are tons of action scenes – should be fun to watch.
Check out the trailer at http://www.vampirebund.com/.
I was disappointed at the upcoming anime season after a quick glance at what was airing, but upon closer inspection I found several series to look forward to.
Some of the series I did not include in this preview were your typical fanservice fare.