Animecast: Summer 2017 Anime Season Review Part 1

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The Summer 2017 Anime Season is coming to a close and the hosts of the Otaku Spirit Animecast are here to give their thoughts on the early-enders. Creations battling it out, romance both tragic and hilarious, and reviving the boonies!

summer2017reviewp1featAnime Reviewed in this Episode: Katsugeki Touken Ranbu, My First Girlfriend Is A Gal, Sagrada Reset, Love and Lies, Re:Creators, Sakura Quest, Netsuzou Trap NTR, Aho Girl, and Tsuredure Children.

Note: Following the spoiler free reviews for these shows, and following the closing music, we go into a spoiler discussion on a few shows. If you have not watched the below shows, avoid listening within their time stamps.

1:42:51 – 1:44:38 Sakura Quest
1:44:38 – 1:52:22 Sagrada Reset
1:52:22 – 1:56:01 Love and Lies
1:56:01 – 2:11:22 Re:Creators

The opening music for this episode is the OP2 for Re:Creators called “Sh0ut” by SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]: Tielle & Gemie. The closing music for this episode is the ED1 for Sagrada Reset called “Tonari Au” by THE ORAL CIGARETTES. After the spoiler segment, we close with the ED1 for Sakura Quest called “Freesia” by KNoW NAME.

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.