Putting my hands up, I donno what to do for today, so as a summary for this year, I will just provide 1 line summary/comment for all the shows that aired this year and that I have either completed or watched to the most recent episode.
Ano Natsu de Matteru: Remon was the best character and too much of those icky feeling from love triangles, I don’t like them.
Binbougami ga!: Good slapstick comedy made less good by mediocre drama.
Black Rock Shooter: They should have stopped at the Vocaloid song.
Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!: Fun first half, ok second half, transition weren’t the best.
Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou: Funny guys doing funny things, reflecting parts of our high school lives.
Eureka Seven AO: Started of not bad and was promising, but ended up being a trainwreck with plot twists happening everywhere just for the sake of happening.
Fate/Zero: Expectedly solid, some really beautiful animation and really chilling plot in it.
Hidamari Sketch x Honeycomb: The best season of HidaSketch so far (high animation production value), especially with the focus on future for the girls.
Hyouka: Started off really slow, but it all accumulated to a truly beautiful end.
Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita: All fun and games underneath the harsh reality of demise of humanity, just like the fairies.
Jormungand: Koko is too loco for me.
Joshiraku: Sayonara Zetsubou Sensei but with J.C. Staff replacing Shaft
Kokoro Connect: I didn’t like how the characters was kinda secondary with the plot happening and revealing just to create drama.
Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? of the Dead: It know what the audiences wants and delivers it.
Mouretsu Uchuu Kaizoku: Had the potential to reach to the ends of the universe, but ended up with staying in the same solar system.
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse: Hey, at least the last 5 episodes is not total trash, as in stuff actually happens.
Natsuiro Kiseki: A surprisingly decently written show, but sadly it was not impactful enough for people to recognize this gem.
Natsume Yuujin-chou Shi: Another season of Natsume, another season of the same goodness.
Nazo no Kanojo X: Cute simple love story between the two protagonist, side characters only took away the experience most of the times.
Nisemonogatari: Deep, dynamic characters and beautiful animation cannot cover weak plot and blunt fanservice.
Sakamichi no Apollon: Give me back my jazz-centric anime, this one screams of Korean drama by the end.
Saki: Achiga-hen – Episode of Side A: Weak main cast, skips most of the mahjong battles, and the most important battle was not even focused on the main cast, but I can’t hate it because it still has mahjong in it.
Sankarea: Strong start, mediocre middle, disappointing end.
TARI TARI: I don’t money.
Tasogare Otome x Amnesia: Watched it only for the concept of the female protagonist, became boring as that initial interest went away.
Thermae Romae: Watching naked old guys bathing and naked Roman being excited at Japanese culture has never been this funny.
Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun: it is a pretty good shoujo romance, but it shows that I’m not that big of a shoujo romance fan.
Tsuritama: I just don’t get how people continuously ranked this show so high.
Yuruyuri ♪♪: Has its ups and downs, with some episodes just failing flat on their jokes, but their last two episodes was one of the best thing that happened that season.
Girls und Panzer: At a sweet point between character, battles and tank references, with special emphasizes on the battles where the studio really didn’t cut any corners.
JoJo no Kimyō na Bōken: Shounen done right, with battles that doesn’t drag and colorful animation.
Little Busters: As much as I like to bash on this show, there are some good moments to it; maybe JC Staff will put their weight into it when they start animating Refrain.
Psycho-pass: Good stuff, interesting to see so much psychology at play here, and am anticipating to see how far the current conflict will go.
Robotics;Notes: Interesting female characters, plot is still rather slow, still hopeful for the show to become excellent as the plot picks up.
Shin Sekai Yori: Some good concepts are being raised up here and there, not a big fan of it at the moment, but at least interested in how it will unfold.
Smile Precure: Have watched enough of episodes to be emotionally invested in each of the characters, and really like some of the clear messages given out from the recent episodes.
Space Brothers: This show just go on for way too long.