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For real though, it’s exciting to see Gintama returning for more.
As one of the last series remaining of the 2000′s era of Shonen Jump, the manga has been hinting at its impending end.
And if you thought I was joking about sequels (or continuations, I don’t discriminate), we have Love Live! Season 2, 3-gatsu no Lion 2nd Season, Osomatsu-san 2, and Himouto! Alongside all of those we also have an adaptation of a prequel (and sequel) to the popular “hero” show Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru, an adorable slice-of-life that combines anime-tropes with maid cafes in Blend S, a painfully accurate description of a point in time most if not all online gamers experience in Netojuu no Susume, and last but not least the return of our guilty pleasure cooking show Shokugeki no Souma: San no Sara.
Overall, not too shabby of a season, even if it is a little heavy on the sequels.
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We will try to point out what appeals to us in each series, in the hope that it will help you determine if it coincides with your tastes.For more information, still check out the Overall Impressions section at the bottom, which includes an expanded explanation of each category and a list of all shows by excitement level.Disclaimer: Back in ye olde year of 2012—which is a joke that’s starting to wear thin, since that was half a decade ago—previews were done by a single writer, Divine.Please check out MOON PHASE for complete listings, syoboi for specific air times, and Fansub DB for a list of potential sources for each series.As the most senior writer on the staff (no point in it really, just felt like saying it), I have to honestly commend the entire Random C Family for doing a fantastic job at getting things done each and every season.