5 MAL Scores I Disagree With

MAL scores (or myanimelist scores) – they serve as a rough estimation of how well an anime is received. But ofcourse, if something has a high score, it doesn’t mean its a series that will most certainly without a doubt work for you. Nor does a low score mean you will find the series terrible too. The majority may feel one way, but it doesn’t mean you will feel the same way too. In this post I will highlight some of the MAL scores that I would change. Cases of both the score being too high and too low will be included. Remember that this is just my opinion, which I’m not supposed to have (in the words of PewDiePie, or should I say – Gloria Borger). Clannad After Story (Score: 8.99) Starting straight away with what I think is the most controversial entry on this list. Many have described Continue reading…

Rambling about my dropped anime

With 115 completed items on my very own myanimelist account, I consider my 6 dropped items to be a relatively low number. This is because I usually always carefully consider if an anime I’m about to start is worth watching and will it work for my tastes. But sometimes those calculations can go wrong. It can result in slower watching of the series, usually an episode at a time in the hopes that a better part of the story is coming soon. Or, in the more extreme cases it can result in new entries on the ‘on-hold’ list or even the ‘dropped’ list. So what are the 6 worse than all the others series that I just couldn’t bring myself to finish? Kimi ni Todoke (MAL link) My first ever dropped anime was Kimi ni Todoke. And I remember feeling bad about myself for this simplest of reasons – the Continue reading…