Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions: Complete Seasons 1 & 2, as a series, isn’t quite as frenetic as the anime I’ve comes across over the years and this one does at least have some charm especially in regards to its lead characters.
Hyperdimension Neptunia is your typical Japanese anime series with your usual designs and humor, but I did find somewhat entertaining for what it is. This Complete Series set, through FUNimation’s S.A.V.E. line, offers good video/audio transfers while the features are, to say the least, light.
“Attack on Titan”: Part I is an incredible anime series and perhaps one of my favorites alongside or just behind “Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex.” The voice acting is excellent and the story compelling from beginning to end, and that’s to go along with beautiful animation.
“Tokyo ESP” isn’t the most innovative anime or anything and borrows more than a few ideas from the likes of “X-Men” but it’s still an incredibly fun and entertaining one-off series with some great voice work on both the Japanese and English sides while the animation, albeit basic, is still fairly nice to look at.
Hardly perfect and having a few of the problems I had with something like Maken-Ki, I found “CS: CubexCursedxCurious” is a fun and charming little anime series that I found entertaining in spite of moving a bit too fast in its storytelling and unfortunately fits in all the plots and characters into one season.