Animecast: Spring 2016 Anime Season First Impressions

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We’re getting our feet wet in the new Spring 2016 Anime Season and it’s time for the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast to give their take on what shows have promise and which seem to be falling short. It’s a jam-packed episode so be prepared to take notes!

spring2016fifeatAnime discussed in this episode: Wagamama High Spec, Pan de Peace, Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Re:0096, Space Patrol Luluco, Hundred, Re: Zero – Starting Life In Another World, The Asterisk War 2, The Lost Village, Three Leaves Three Colors, Endride, Onigiri, Takana-kun is Always Listless, Bungo Stray Dogs, Kagewani 2, Ushio and Tora 2, Big Order, RIN-NE, Kiznaiver, Twin Star Exorcists, Anne-Happy, Shonen Maid, Ace Attorney, Flying Witch, High School Fleet, And You Thought There Is Never A Girl Online, Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress, Kumamiko – Girl Meets Bear, My Hero Academia, Cerberus, Joker Game, Crane Game Girls, Bakuon, Super Lovers, Terraformars: Revenge, Sailor Moon Crystal 3, and Rainboy Days.

The intro for this episode is the OP for Re:Zero called “Redo” by Konomi Suzuki. The outro is the ED for Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress called “ninelie” by Aimer x chelly.

We hope you all enjoy!

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Co-Founder of OtakuSpirit.com and Co-Host of the OtakuSpirit Animecast. A huge fan of anime since the early 1990s, consuming over 800 shows. While he's late to the collecting scene, he's found a lot of joy in filling his DVD/Blu-ray collection as well as collecting figures. Once a week, he posts unboxing and feature videos on anime goods to YouTube.