Alright, this is the final entry for this mini-series. So far I've shared with you not only just how big a weeb I've become but also twenty of my thirty favourite anime series. Below is the final ten series that are, in my opinion, the best of the best.
Number Ten - Orange
Orange is an anime that is weirdly similar to Erased even though this is a drama/romance series not a mystery/thriller. The premise
Having been sick all year (not an overstatement), I've had a lot of time on my hands and I've spent a great deal of that time catching up on the enormous number of anime I've wanted to see and not yet been able to. With that in mind I figured it'd be good to close out the year with a brief series showcasing the series I have enjoyed the most in my decent into full weebdom.
Originally, I was just going to do an updated top ten but I've now fallen
WataMote is a 2013 comedy and slice of life anime following the every day activities of Tomoko Kuroki who suffers from extremely severe social anxiety and lives her life as a shut-in, although she's desperate to change. I have been skipping this anime over for several years now every time I've come across it, but thanks to the nagging of TheRealOCD I have finally sat down and watched it. Let's see how it went.
Rewrite is a recent anime generally classed as a part of the action and fantasy genres and is based on a visual novel by Key. The anime follows a group of central characters who are caught up in paranormal events and has a strong focus on the relationships between the characters.
The premise of Rewrite isn't exactly revolutionary, but is certainly something I can get behind. At the beginning of the anime we