“Fear is freedom! Control is liberty! Contradiction is truth! That is the reality of this world!”
Kill la Kill is an anime that has been on everyone’s minds since it began airing last year, and for good reason – labeled the “spiritual successor” of the massively popular Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann and being Studio Trigger’s first major anime, expectations were high and the result is a controversial mix of the expected and the unpredictable.
Now that it’s finished airing, the question remains – is it worth watching?
Here are the albums of the week, now including two soundtracks that overlap with an earlier post. Regardless, these three were bound to show up eventually.
Since we’re at about the halfway point for anime airing this season, I figured I’d give a “thoughts so far” post to add on to what I said after the first episodes. As a whole, this season is going well, but it doesn’t quite have the types of standouts that I noticed all last year. If you’re interested in my initial thoughts from the beginning of the season, you can see them here.