Initially I didn’t feel like I had watched very many things at all during the last three to four months. However, when I sat down and wrote them all out, I was pleasantly surprised with myself! I suppose all that post-op bed-resting did me quite a bit of good with regards to chopping down the leaning tower of unwatched anime titles. With the exception of two to three titles, the rest were all fresh new experiences, most of which were rather awesome all around.
Welcome to the final #AniTwitWatches Kanon (2006) post! Today I’ll be covering the last four episodes of the series. This is going to be a little different than the previous mutterings as I’ve gone ahead and watched segments twenty-one through twenty-four and shall be talking about them collectively today, along with my overall feelings about the series as a whole.
The AniTwitWatches Kanon (2006) watching shenanigans continue today as I make my way through episodes fourteen to twenty. So far, I’ve had some mixed feelings about the series. It started off rather average yet entertaining, then ventured off into an evocative and grief-filled sector, then found its way back into something wholesome and whimsical, and once has found it’s footpath back into the strange and possibly sorrowful. It has definitely been an interesting ride to all sorts of places and I’m both curious as well as nervous to see what the next stop is going to be.
This time around I shall be chatting about my thoughts and reactions as I watch episodes ten through thirteen. Since everything seems to be taking a serious and solidly emotional turn, I decided to finish catching up in smaller batches rather than the massive ten episode binge I had originally planned. Similar to the previous write-up, I’ll be talking about the episodes as I watch them, so if my mutterings feel a bit random or all over the place that is why! If you haven’t watched Kanon, then I recommend you proceed cautiously as shall be discussing story spoilers.
Welcome to my super late entry into the Kanon (2006) AniTwitWatches shindig. AniTwitWatches is a community-centric anime watching event that is hosted and ran by Jon Spencer of Jon Spencer Reviews. Kanon (カノン) is a 2006 anime adaptation of a shōnen romance visual novel produced by studio Kyoto Animation with twenty-four total episodes.