Adachi to Shimamura Review

The second floor of the gym―this was the place where we generally met. It was class time, obviously, there weren't any classes going on in a spot this way.

This was the place where Shimamura and I became companions. We hung out here―talking about TV shows and cooking, playing some ping pong... This is the place where we encouraged our fellowship.

Keeping my head propped against the divider, I let out a little moan.

What was this inclination? Recently, I'd longed for me and Shimamura kissing.

Not that I'm that way. I'm certain Shimamura isn't either. It's not in any event, something worth rehashing myself about, however, dislike that.

It's simply that when she hears "companion," I need her to consider me first. There's nothing more to it.

Beatless Final Stage Review

Beatless is a Japanese science fiction serial novel written by Satoshi Hase and illustrated by Redjuice. The series has inspired three spin-off manga series and a 24-episode anime television series by Diomedéa, which aired from January to September 2018 in the Animeism programming block on MBS.
In 2105, with the great advancement of technology, the hIE's (an acronym of humanoid Interface Element) are human-like-robots/androids (the first one was invented in 2057), and were used as public and personal servants for their society.
One person, named Arato Endo, a high school student, treats hIEs like equals or humans, and though he wished to buy one, his financial situation hinders him from doing so.
In the middle of a night, while he was returning home from a usual grocery store run, he was violently attacked by the hIE, and the electric-powered car, and he was only seconds before his imminent death, until Lacia, an abnormal hIE equipped with a weaponized coffin, comes to his aid, and saves his life.
In the chaos that follows, a hacked electric car was threatening to run them over, and Lacia makes a deal with Arato to assume ownership to her in exchange for calling out to her and saving her life, and that she requires him to take full responsibility of her actions, to which he reluctantly accepts.

Asobi Asobase Review

Asobi Asobase (Japanese: あそびあそばせ, transl. "Why Don't We Play Together?")[a] is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rin Suzukawa.
It began serialization on Hakusensha's Young Animal Densi website in June 2015, and has been compiled into ten tankōbon volumes as of August 2020. An anime television series adaptation by Lerche aired in Japan from July to September 2018.
The series centers on Hanako, Olivia and Kasumi, second year students at an all-girls middle school and the only three members of the Pastimers Club, a not officially recognized club.
The club has very ambiguous goals, usually consisting of whatever so-called "pastimes" the girls happen to think up.
Hanako is Olivia and Kasumi's classmate who is extremely energetic, dragging both of them into her pace by playing strange games at school.
Despite her childish nature, she is shown to be highly intelligent in her academics and is a natural talent in sports, although she has no interest in them. Her family is shown to have some of wealthy or noble connection as she is able to obtain objects upon request.

Bem Review

Humanoid Monster Bem (妖怪人間ベム, Yōkai Ningen Bemu) is a 26 episode Japanese anime television series, which first aired on Fuji TV between October 7, 1968 and March 31, 1969, on its 19:30–20:00 timeslot.
The series was later remade into a second anime television series, which premiered in April 2006 in Japan on Animax, featuring a new cast, with a total of 26 episodes also produced.
A live action television drama adaptation premiered on NTV on October 22, 2011. A film was released on December 15, 2012.
For the series' 50th anniversary, a third anime television series adaptation titled BEM was confirmed to be in production. The third series aired from July 14 to October 13, 2019.
A new film titled BEM: Become Human, was released on October 2, 2020. It streamed on Funimation's website on October 29, 2020.
A spin-off live-action film Yokai Ningen Bela was released on September 11, 2020.

Enen no Shouboutai Review

Fire Force (Japanese: 炎炎ノ消防隊, Hepburn: En'en no Shōbōtai, literally "Blazing Fire Brigade") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Atsushi Ōkubo.
It has been serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine since September 2015, and collected into 26 tankōbon volumes as of November 2020.
An anime television series adaptation by David Production aired from July to December 2019 on the MBS's Super Animeism block. A second season premiered in July 2020.
In North America, the manga has been licensed for an English language release by Kodansha USA, and the anime television series has been licensed by Funimation.

Isekai Cheat Magician Review

Isekai Cheat Magician (異世界チート魔術師マジシャン, Isekai Chīto Majishan, "Fantasy World Cheat Magician") is a Japanese light novel series written by Takeru Uchida and illustrated by Nardack.
The series began as a web novel series on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in 2012, where it is still ongoing as of January 2018. The novels were then published in print by Shufunotomo beginning in 2013; thirteen volumes have been published as of September 2020.
A manga adaptation by Karin Suzuragi began serialization in Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Shōnen Ace magazine in December 2016, with nine tankōbon volumes released so far.
An anime television series adaptation by Encourage Films aired from July to September 2019. In October 2019, Crunchyroll started showing the dubbed version.

Kanata no Astra Review

Astra Lost in Space (彼方のアストラ, Kanata no Asutora) is a Japanese manga series by Kenta Shinohara.
It was serialized online between May 2016 and December 2017 via Shueisha's Shōnen Jump+ website/app. It was collected in five tankōbon volumes.
The manga is published in English by Viz Media. An anime television series adaptation by Lerche aired from July 3 to September 18, 2019.