Kono Suba Season 2: Exceptional Comedy with Entertaining Characters [Review]

One of the most satisfying feelings as a reviewer is to see one of your favourite shows receive a sequel and for it to be so much stronger than its predecessor. Sparked with a fresh look into its animation while keeping the lovably useless characters we became attached to last year, Konosuba Season 2 is incredible. Not only has the narrative become more dynamic and actually progressed from season one, but the scenarios have only gotten more ridiculous – which works wonders for this show’s unique style of comedy.

Sakamoto desu ga?: An imaginative and unpredictable form of comedy [Review]

In Class 1-2 of Gakubun Prefectural High School, one student had the entire school’s attention from the very first day. He’s stylish carrying out class duties, at lunchtime and even when he’s sent to stand in the hall. Every single move he makes is Cool, Cooler, Coolest.

Sakamoto desu ga is the comedy show to take a Nichijou approach in blowing up simple situations into extravagant experiences. Following the coolest guy in school, the show explores themes both within and outside of the high school to create constantly varied adventures of a colourful and lovable cast. Studio Deen do a good job of managing a noticeably low budget to create a variety of amusing tales following the most popular guy in school.

Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo! [Review]

Kono Suba is the amalgamation of a concept so tiresome and overdone that viewers groan at the mere mention, while retaining  an impressive level of effective comedy. At its core, people have regarded this show as a parody on the typical video game world trope. However, to undersell this incredible gag comedy in such a way is treason. With its lovable characters, beautiful visuals and effortless presentation of humour, this show goes the extra mile to bring something fresh to the new year.