Generally though, it feels like this will be one of those series that falls through the cracks, as its catering to a very specific audience will likely limit the amount of viewers who will watch, even though its short nature makes it easier to try out.
We’ve also included a list of all shows organized by expectation level, just to make things easier.
Disclaimer: Past season previews were done by a single writer, Divine.
It has been said that every ending is a new beginning.
Indeed, the end of the cold winter months signal the beginning of spring—and yet another new season of anime.
What you see is what you get with this series, which means that while it’s likely be a treat for hardcore fans of the group, it won’t provide much for those who aren’t.
On the other hand, those who haven’t heard of KARA before could use the series as a introduction to their music, and may find something likable as a result.
Unfortunately, none of the writers are full cyborgs like he is—we still have to eat and sleep—so we’ve divvied up the preview portion of this post amongst five writers (Baka Mochi, Moomba, Stilts, Zanibas, and myself — Zephyr) in order to try and match the high-quality and objective impressions you’ve come to expect.
Similar to what Divine did in the past, we will also try to identify what appeals to us in each series, in hopes that it will help you determine if it coincides with your tastes.
All times are given in a 24-hour, relative-day format where times are extended to show which day they belong to.
For instance, Friday morning at AM would become Thursday at to show that the episode aired late Thursday night.
KARA will naturally provide the opening and ending themes.