I'll prob watch freezing too, maybe i'll pick up something else if it looks good, but i've been busy lately.
Yeah, I know what you mean. I've only been watching TWGOK, Attack on Titan and Space Brothers over the summer season.
Now that I have time to look at the previews and read the descriptions, there is some lulz to be seen. Though it could only be me.
Arpeggio of Blue Steel wrote:
Seventeen years ago, a mysterious AI navy called the Fleet of Fog conquered Earth's oceans with incredible technology. Fairly recently, a young captain acquired a Fog submarine. Also, the Fog ships have decided to create female avatars.
That last line had me in stitches for some reason. Perhaps because I was reading it in the voice of Kyon. I read all anime descriptions in that voice.
Diabolik Lovers wrote:
A girl with an active sixth sense ends up living with six brothers, who are actually vampires.
Sadly, I'd probably enjoy this.
Gallilei Donna wrote:
A 'battle action adventure' series, about three of Galileo's female descendants, who are on international wanted lists.
Another I could potentially enjoy.
Kyoukai No Kanata wrote:
Based on a dark fantasy light novel. Disturbing events begin to unfold after a half-demon high school boy with healing powers that leave him invulnerable to wounds rescues a girl with the ability to manipulate blood.
Sounds like Wolverine meets someone from Deadman Wonderland. Could be worth a watch if done well.
Log Horizon wrote:
People are stuck in a VR game and can't log out. Yes, you have heard of at least one series with that premise recently.
I'm a sucker for this kind of thing. Not sure if it'll go more SAO, Btooom! or Ixion Saga in its handling of it, but I'll at least have to check it out.
Ore No Nounai Sentakushi Ga Gakuen Love Come O Zenryoku De Jama **** wrote:
NouCome for short. The main character is a boy is cursed with periodically being given mental multiple-choice questions, which have the answers become reality. Around the time the story begins, this power causes a beautiful girl to fall before him.
Between the preview and the description, this is exactly the kind of thing I'd watch.
Outbreak Company wrote:
A NEET is sent to a fantasy world as a moe evangelist.
Could be hilarious.
A girl turn into a man-eating monster, and her brother searches for a way to change her back.
If it goes dark, it could be great.