I have not seen Strawberry Panic. I want to, but at this point I’m not sure when I’ll get around to it.
But it’s definitely got some great songs for its openings. Both are sung by Aki Misato, and this is the first one.
(uploaded by Suscribete)
Star Driver is a hard series to describe briefly, but it’s definitely one I wish I’d gotten around to watching sooner.
The northern shrine maiden’s song is the perfect music to make a dashing entrance to.
(Uploaded by Rav6359)
90’s Sailor Moon had a lot of character songs, but even with so many there was a notable omission in the area of duets.
Sailor Moon Crystal changes that. The Infinity arc goes through three ending songs in 13 episodes, each focused on a different character(s) and sung by their voice actors/actresses. The second is Chibiusa’s and the third is Tuxedo Mask’s, but it’s the first that I’m talking about, “Eternal Eternity” sung by Junko Minagawa and Sayaka Ohara. Haruka and Michiru, AKA Sailors Uranus and Neptune, get an ending to themselves and finally get a song together after all these years, and it is yuritastic.
(Uploaded by Tomas AC)
Super Robot Wars XΩ continues to use its less structured format as a way to include pretty much anything it wants to. Idolm@ster Xenoglossia was a little surprising, and Crayon Shin-chan was something nobody could possibly have predicted (and probably never asked for), but this new one breaks down another boundary.
For the first time, a live action work is included in a SRW game. And it’s not any of the ones you probably just thought of. It’s not G-Savior either, the obscure live-action Gundam movie that some people think they’ve avoided solely because they didn’t want to open the door to live action.
The King of the Monsters himself, fighting alongside the King of Braves and the King of Hearts. And yes, Shinji is in some kind of Godzilla-Eva hybrid.
The Mazinger Z villains really hate the fact that Hideaki Anno is directing Godzilla: Resurgence right now…
MechaGodzilla is there too, so I guess you can’t say it doesn’t have mecha. (Also, Jet Alone from Neon Genesis Evangelion was based on Jet Jaguar.)