Kaiseki Anime Podcast Episode 071a – Fall 2020 Season Review (Part 1)

  • 00:00 Intro
  • 02:27 Assault Lily Bouquet
  • 03:56 By the Grace of the Gods
  • 07:29 Golden Kamuy Season 3
  • 11:20 Gymnastics Samurai
  • 16:46 Higurashi When They Cry Gou
  • 18:43 I’m Standing on a Million Lives
  • 20:11 Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? III
  • 24:05 Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM
  • 27:36 Iwakakeru -Sport Climbing Girls-
  • 30:50 Jujutsu Kaisen
  • 33:47 Mahouka S3
  • 37:30 Moriarty the Patriot
  • 40:00 Outro

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Music Credits:

  • “Clover 3” by Vibe Mountain
  • Is the Order a Rabbit? BLOOM OP: “Tenkū Cafeteria” (天空カフェテリア) by Petit Rabbit’s
  • “Seasons” by roljui

2 thoughts on “Kaiseki Anime Podcast Episode 071a – Fall 2020 Season Review (Part 1)

  1. Spoiler warning

    I thought that Iwakakeru did a good job in taking that aspect that I thought was a huge negative at the beginning, Jun’s intolerance of even the hint of anything less than 100% commitment, into a good story arc, although the “I’m going to disappear until I figure it out… but of course I don’t figure it out until I interact with others in the show anyway” way of doing that was kinda ridiculous. I also thought they did really well having Konomi’s arc be realistic, in that she didn’t become the bestest ever, but her self-improvement was what helped the team achieve its goal. Overall, I think that the show did really well with not just following the normal Sports Shounen kind of arcs, even having Sayo have to sit out the Finals due to injury. They still got in the super-evil-bad-guys, which was trite and unnecessary, and I felt like they included too many opponent characters to keep the flow as smooth as I’d hoped, but overall the show was a lot better than I thought it would be.

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  2. Spoiler warning

    I thought that Iwakakeru did a good job in taking that aspect that I thought was a huge negative at the beginning, Jun’s intolerance of even the hint of anything less than 100% commitment, into a good story arc, although the “I’m going to disappear until I figure it out… but of course I don’t figure it out until I interact with others in the show anyway” way of doing that was kinda ridiculous. I also thought they did really well having Konomi’s arc be realistic, in that she didn’t become the bestest ever, but her self-improvement was what helped the team achieve its goal. Overall, I think that the show did really well with not just following the normal Sports Shounen kind of arcs, even having Sayo have to sit out the Finals due to injury. They still got in the super-evil-bad-guys, which was trite and unnecessary, and I felt like they included too many opponent characters to keep the flow as smooth as I’d hoped, but overall the show was a lot better than I thought it would be.

    Liked by 2 people

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