Only ones I'm sure of are Dagashi and Phantom World (just because KyoAni).
There are some other shows on there that may or may not be any good but we'll just have to wait and see what happens.
Myriad Colors because I'm a KyoAni fanboy. Dagashi Kashi and Dimension W. Nothing else really looks interesting to me at the moment.
All I want is bahamut, the rest doesn't realiy speak to me
>Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut
>The story of the light novel series revolves around Lux, a former prince of an empire named Arcadia that was overthrown via a rebellion five years earlier. Lux accidentally trespasses in a female dormitory's bathing area, sees the kingdom's new princess Lisesharte naked, and incurs her wrath. Lisesharte then challenges Lux to a Drag-Ride duel. Drag-Rides are ancient armored mechanical weapons that have been excavated from ruins all around the world. Lux used to be called the strongest Drag-Knight, but now he's known as the "undefeated weakest" Drag-Knight because he will absolutely not attack in battle. After his duel with Lisesharte, Lux ends up attending the female-only academy that trains royals to be Drag-Knights.
that sounds... great...
Seems Spring/Summer are going to be the big ticket seasons, at least from the announcements we know of so far.
Winter is almost always the weakest season of the year, and typically Spring or Fall are the strongest, true right now actually as at least to me current Fall is the best season of 2015 by a longshot.
Kono Subarashii, planned on reading the LN, but I become lazier and lazier when it comes to reading as I grow older.
Ao no Kanata
Saijaku Muhai no Testament
This season looks very boring, but going by the things I watch on a whim, these would probably be the ones. Aside from Ketsu which is a continuation of course.
Oh, is the LN side story that goes so far with grimdark and guro that it comes off over the top even compared to TDA and the main trilogy got an anime now?
Oh what a shame. Why didn't they stick with Satelight?
Boku dake ga inai machi
Shouwa genroku garkugo shinjuu
prince of stride
>Will probably watch full run
Shouwa Genroku Garkugo Shinjuu
>Will probably drop after two episodes
Sekko Boys due to the strange PV they released some time ago.
Other than that, whatever /a/ is getting way to excited over.
I usually only choose one or two shows at the beginning of the season and pick up shows that catch my interest from threads. Last season I watch twelves series but this I'm only watching two.
Looking at the list I'll probably try
too bizarre to pass up
>Accidentally trespasses in the female dormitory's
>Haruhito and his companions find themselves in a "game like world"
>Wold you like to go to an alternate world?
>Even more assclass
Kill me please
Will Gonzo redeem themselves?
Your shit's outdated OP. Notably missing AOTS Komugi.
That's too bad, I'm playing the VN right now and it's really good.
Even so that's also a version 1, both that and OP's are early and shows often get announced late or even last minute.
Version 2 update (on the 28th) will give a better idea of how it's shaping up. Even so it's already at 24 shows and Winter is typically the smallest/weakest season; I'm not sure how much more it'll grow.
>time traveling murder mystery
>Shouwa prisoner takes up Rakugo
>two mecha crime dramas
>Snow White as a medieval pharmacist S2
>statues of Medici and Mars make a boy band
>people ignore all these to complain about how there are unoriginal shows
Do you even like anime, or do you just like shitposting?
I don't have it saved, but if I did I'd post that graph about 'standards for appreciating anime over the number of series watched'.
I'm with you, though. Next season looks promising and even if they turn out to be shit I'm still going to watch because I'm not so high on my horse that I won't watch a show because it's mediocre.
>oyasan wa shisunki
Please don't be a short
That's why I haven't for sure decided to watch it fully yet. I rarely pick up shorts since they tend to be disappointing but it looks interesting enough if it's a full length series.
I'm also hoping that Ajin's 3DCG isn't as bad as Sidonia's was, but considering how much more focus there's going to be on human motion and such I'm not holding out hope.
Dimension W is starting to look pretty fucking alright.
>MC is some guy with an awesome car and is not some faggot highschooler
>cyborg loli companion
>scifi world not involving fantasy magic crap
Is there a PV anywhere?
Sounds like your typical "science has gone too far!" shit to me. Only instead of the hero being obsessed with agrarian life it's somewhere between the industrial revolution and the 1970s.
I didn't watch the anime, so maybe they covered it already, but she goes off to apprentice somewhere else for a while and has to deal with a plague. And then there's some stupid thing about pirates kidnapping them and I dropped it.