I don’t have much time for anime series these days, so i rarely even try another to watch the new ones as they get are on-going, but i did get wind – as most people in anime online spaces did -of this new slice of life anime called Bocchi The Rock, based on a 4-koma manga of the same name by Aki Hamaji, and slowly but surely became the sleeper hit of the season.
Move over, Lain, because the internet has a new goddess or idol (in the other, liturgical sense). At least months worth of.
Given my love of slice of life animes and the many out-of-context clips promising a fun ride, i decided to see the entire series after all episode became available on Crunchyroll (where it’s officially streaming), and even do a full review, because there’s no shame in bowing down to the power of Bocchi THE Rock.
Especially since i often forget i do pay for Crunchyroll.Continua a leggere “Bocchi The Rock! (2022) [REVIEW] | Gloomstar Requiem”