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When does it premiere? April 2, 2016.
What is it? Rachel Heine’s life story. It follows Retsuko, a red panda who works in the accounting firm at the company of her dreams… except her co-workers are morons and her workload is damn near impossible. So to relieve stress, she goes to karaoke by herself and sings death metal.
Why should I watch? Because an adorable red panda sings death metal karaoke. Seriously, though, it looks like a cute slice-of-life comedy and the episodes are only like 90 seconds long. You have 90 seconds.
KABANERI OF THE IRON FORTRESS
What is it? In world in the throes of an Industrial Revolution, humanity has been forced to hide in massive, fortified train stations from monstrous, zombie-like creatures known as Kabane. These things cannot be killed unless their hearts, which are protected by a layer of iron, are pierced. The only way to get from station to station is via armored trains. But all hell breaks loose when the staff on one of the trains turns into these nightmarish beasts.
Why should I watch? Because it looks like Snowpiercer meets Attack on Titan, and who knows when we’ll ever get another of either of those. And it’s made by the same people that make Attack on Titan! Just call it Attack on Train. Doesn’t that sound good? Yeah, that sounds real good.
Now, this is obviously a small fraction of the animated awesomeness coming your way this spring. What new and returning titles are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments below.
Flying Witch et la saison 2 de Attack on Titan peuvent aussi intéresser. Y'a un nouveau Gundam trop laid pour les fans hardcore