So, getting back into sine qua non* of what is at least occasionally an anime blog, I note that
seems to be having a bad case of tournament arc and the other shows that look interesting are hard to find.
Posted by: Wonderduck at Wed Aug 21 17:24:15 2019 (+qGjD)
cop craft is showing on Hulu
Posted by: Joseph at Wed Aug 21 18:03:56 2019 (D2ZMK)
Katana no Astra is also on Hulu under the title Astra lost in Space
Posted by: Joseph at Wed Aug 21 18:11:46 2019 (D2ZMK)
I watch Cop Craft on the same channel Wonderduck does. Ep 7 came out Monday. It's quite good, although not living up to the amazing promise of the OP.
Posted by: Ben at Wed Aug 21 18:33:27 2019 (osxtX)
You can watch both of those programs at: https://www3.animepace.si/
Posted by: Jabrwok at Thu Aug 22 17:44:03 2019 (wKZS0)
I am enjoying Cop Craft
, though I understand the disappointment that others feels about. It is a buddy cop show, with an interesting twist in the premise - a more fantastical version of, say, Due South
. The twist in the premise has not being taken advantage of as much as it could have been, by the series. But it is a VERY well done buddy cop show. It has definitely been one of my 'must watches' this season, even if it is a FUNimation license.
Kanata no Astra
certainly has an equally interesting premise as Cop Craft, but I have a hard time mustering any interesting in watching the series for too long. I felt the same way about the manga it was based on, despite actually owning the physical copies of it.
Posted by: cxt217 at Thu Aug 22 21:05:46 2019 (LMsTt)
Jabrwok, that place doesn't look sketchy at all
Posted by: Wonderduck at Fri Aug 23 01:35:08 2019 (+qGjD)
Found Cop Craft and Kanata no Astra on animefreak -dot- tv.
Posted by: Frank at Fri Aug 23 02:53:59 2019 (rglbH)
Wonderduck, it is, and I tend to forget that because I only view stuff there in Pale Moon, which I set to not display pop-ups. I found a web-page some time ago that told me how to do that, so I almost never get weird new tabs or redirects.
If you've got a safe browser, the site doesn't do any harm (that I've noticed). But yeah, caution is warranted. Should've said that from the get-go.
Posted by: jabrwok at Sat Aug 24 18:36:33 2019 (wKZS0)
I go the ARRR! route. I've been enjoying it, although the ship does seem to run on the Improbability Drive with all the coincidences driving the plot. But it IS some truly classic exploratory Science Fiction, full of weird planets that surprise them in unexpected ways.
Posted by: Mauser at Sun Aug 25 04:28:49 2019 (Ix1l6)
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