Series: Anime that need another season

I can’t for the life of me shake the feelings I have about certain anime, it’s always been a review that’s harsh or one that’s so mild I can’t make out my own point, but for a while at least, that’s going to change.

Today marks the first day that I’ll run a series on the site and hopefully, contribute more towards the anime community. Without further ado, the first anime that I feel needs another season is Anonymous Noise.

Anonymous Noise didn’t end

There were a few people out there that watched the anime from start to finish, I was one of them who watched Anonymous Noise every week with the now extinct Anime Strike channel on Amazon.

But from the first episode to the end, the anime kept me wanting to see more, wanting to see how Nino and Momo were going to progress, especially with Yuzu involved.

Progression was great in the series on its first season, everyone grew. Nino had development that couldn’t be ignored. The love interests that were being built up weren’t minor, to say the least, and each episode added to the complexity while taking away from it just enough to keep the story moving.

In the middle of the anime, there was an obvious lull as Nino and Momo seemed to fight each other’s emotions. Briefly, Yuzu became a focus in development as well because he was the one who knew what Momo meant to him.

However, bu the time we reached the end of the season, a few twists led viewers into a cliffhanger. No real closure, no true decision on who Nino selected and if Momo was going to even come back.

Yuzu was left there, and viewers were too about what should have been.

Continuing Manga

The manga version of Anonymous Noise is still going to this point of 2018. Hopes of another season hang in the balance but it’s my hope as well as the hope of anyone else who cares about the Shojo series, that a second season will come. Bring the music too, I want a new album from in NO Hurry.


    1. Very true. Anonymous Noise is one that came to mind very quickly. Especially after rewatching it again. I just can’t help but feel empty

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