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Fall Anime Watchlist 2014

Hello everyone! I feel that Shooting Star Dreamer is lacking in terms of recent anime, aside from the Naruto and Cardfight!! Vanguard posts. I would like to focus on the new, instead of limiting myself to a variety of older series. Therefore, I've created another watchlist, a little differently than my Winter one. I intend to at least attempt to watch most of these series, but it shouldn't be too hard because they seem to be the type I like.

Just a forewarning, I won't be doing any sort of review on these anime. Instead, I'll just be giving my thoughts throughout the season, and analyzing different traits within each. If you're looking for reviews, sorry! (Every now and then I review something.)

So I've decided to pick up a few titles in the Fall. They are displayed on the graphic above, but I've decided to give a little list here as well. Just click on the picture to see the trailer and click the name for more information about each anime. Also if there's something else you want to recommend or would like to see posted here leave a comment in the box below!

Here they are, in order of left to right on the graphic. (Starting on the top left and going down until the top right.)  Remember, click the name for more info, click the picture for the trailer/anime preview.

Fall 2014 Watchlist

Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso

 Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso PV

Denki-Gai no Honya-san 

 Denkigai no Honya-san PV

 Daitoshokan no Hitsujikai

Daitoshokan no Hitsujikai


 Shirobako PV

 Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru

 Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru PV

 Cardfight!! Vanguard Movie: Neon Messiah

Cardfight!! Vanguard Trailer

Considering (I'll add any recommendations here!)

Sora no Method

Sora no Method PV

Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete

That's pretty much it! If you guys have any recommendations or something you want to see on Shooting Star Dreamer, please leave a comment. This is just my selection of anime, but I'm open to trying others that are recommended.


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