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Anime roundup 1/5/2017: Best of 2016

The best sf anime of the year, plus bonus thoughts on reaching a milestone.

Anime roundup 6/23/2016: Destroy All Monsters

In this week's viewing: Concrete Revolutio explains what it's really about, The Lost Village brings its monstrous story to a close, and more!

Anime roundup 6/16/2016: Fun For the Whole Family

In this week's viewing: Re: ZERO and The Lost Village go on family-induced guilt trips, Kagewani comes up with a novel use for blood ties, and more!

Anime roundup 6/9/2016: Stand Back, I’m Going to Try Science

In this week's viewing: The Lost Village and Kagewani uncork the pseudoscience, Concrete Revolutio dives into cheesy filmmaking, and more!

Anime roundup 6/2/2016: Little Fuzzy Animals

In this week's viewing: Mutant killer bunnies (for peaceful purposes), magic killer puppies, and more!

Anime roundup 5/26/2016: The Dark Forest

In this week's viewing: Re: ZERO crushes its hero's spirit again, Concrete Revolutio takes on Vietnam, and more!

Anime roundup 5/19/2016: Red Herrings

In this week's viewing: Re: ZERO and The Lost Village fling confusing clues in all directions, and more!

Anime roundup 5/12/2016: The Weapons Shops of Nerima

In this week's viewing: My Hero Academia starts combat training, The Lost Village gets tacticool, and more!

Anime roundup 5/5/2016: Chasing Shadows

In this week's viewing: The Lost Village reveals its monster, Re: ZERO drops more hints toits mystery, and more!

Anime roundup 4/28/2016: Who’s the Boss

In this week's viewing: Kagewani gets around to updating us on the title character, The Lost Village is cagey about its protagonist, and more!

Anime roundup 4/21/2016: And This Is Where the Story Really Starts

In this week's viewing: Two more premieres, and then the final lineup for the rest of the season!

Anime roundup 4/14/2016: Shock and Awww

In this week's viewing: Another batch of premieres with a lot of surprises (good and bad), plus big news for the British Isles!

Spring 2016 SF Anime Preview

Spring, and a young fan's fancy turns to a new anime season.

Anime Roundup 12/31/2015: Shadow Play

In this week's viewing: Kagewani has a suitably horrifying ending, Concrete Revolutio drops a huge bomb, and more!

Anime roundup 12/24/2015: Sad Tidings

In this week's viewing: Gundam kills people off, Concrete Revolutio digs up wartime atrocities, and more! Merry Christmas, everyone!

Anime roundup 12/17/2015: About Time

In this week's viewing: Catching up means a double dose of flashbacks, a sudden improvement in Utawarerumono, and more!

Anime roundup 12/3/2015: Family Ties

In this week's viewing: Gundam says family is a necessity, Utawarerumono says it's embarrassing, and more!

Anime roundup 11/26/2015: Getting Warmer

In this week's viewing: Concrete Revolutio fills in more puzzle pieces, Utawarerumono finds its way back to a plot, and more!

Anime roundup 11/19/2015: Same Ol’ Same Ol’

In this week's viewing: Kagewani is still scary, Gundam is still fighty, and more!

Anime roundup 11/13/2015: Free As a Bird

In this week's viewing: Concrete Revolutio uncovers the marvelous truth about the Beatles, and more!

Anime roundup 11/6/2015: The Color Out Of Space

In this week's viewing: Concrete Revolutio mixes it up further with Martian monsters, Iron-Blooded Orphans makes it into orbit, and more!

Anime roundup 10/29/2015: Misfits of Science

In this week's viewing: Kagewani gets down to business, Concrete Revolutio has barely begun to complicate, and more!

Anime roundup 10/22/2015: Military-Entertainment Complex

In this week's viewing: The final commentary lineup for the season is whittled down, but not by much!

Anime roundup 10/15/2015: Tragicomedy

In this week's viewing: The remainder of premiere week serves up attempted humor, unintentional humor, and Garo. And a dancing android.

Anime roundup 10/9/2015: I Need a Hero

In this week's viewing: The start of fall premiere week runs the usual gamut from tired formulas to fascinating experiments.

Fall 2015 SF Anime Preview

If there's one trend that really has me smiling this season, it's the unusually high number of anime-original shows.