Animecast: Spring 2016 Anime Season Review Part 4

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It’s time to put a bow on the Spring 2016 Anime Season as we dive into the final part of our reviews. After knocking out the final series, we also give our take on many shows that are continuing into Summer.

spring2016revierwp4featAnime Reviewed in this Episode: And You Thought There Is Never A Girl Online?, Three Leaves Three Colors, Sailor Moon Crystal 3, Cerberus, Tanaka-kun is Always Listless, and Wagamama High Spec. Also including Between-Cour Reviews of: Ace Attorney, Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Re:0096, Rin-Ne 2, Twin Star Exorcists, and Re:Zero -Starting Life In Another World.

Note: Following our spoiler free reviews of all listed shows and outro music, we get into a spoiler discussion of Re:Zero -Starting Life In Another World-. If you have not watched Re:Zero to episode 15, avoid listening beyond the 1:49:18 mark.

The intro music for this episode is the OP for Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn Re:0096 called “Into the Sky” by SawanoHiroyuki[nZk] feat Tielle which can be found on iTunes. The outro for this episode is the ED for Three Leaves Three Colors called “Guchoki Parade” by Triple Feeling. Following the spoiler segment we play the ED for Re:Zero called “STYX HELIX” by MYTH&ROID.

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.