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What have you been watching / reading this week? (Anime/Manga)

What have you been watching and reading this week? You don't need to give us a whole essay if you don't want to, but please write something! Feel free to talk about something you saw that was cool, something that was bad, ask for recommendations, or anything else you can think of.

If you want to, feel free to find the thing you're talking about and link to its pages on Anilist, MAL, or any other database you use!

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    Deva
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    Planning to rewatch Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon today. It is a cute, heart warming series that you will easily fall in love it.

    Planning to rewatch Kobayashi-san Chi no Maid Dragon today. It is a cute, heart warming series that you will easily fall in love it.

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    1. vivaria
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      This is very much a 'problematic fave' but the things it gets right, it gets so goddamn right. I've been debating a rewatch too... I was going to wait until S2, but with the KyoAni fire and having...

      This is very much a 'problematic fave' but the things it gets right, it gets so goddamn right. I've been debating a rewatch too... I was going to wait until S2, but with the KyoAni fire and having lost the director (;_;)... I don't want to hold out hope, and might just dig in again.

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  2. Grawlix
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    I had a bit of free time this week, and just finished Gabriel Dropout and Interviews With Monster Girls. Not sure about how I feel about myself for watching shows about high school girls being...

    I had a bit of free time this week, and just finished Gabriel Dropout and Interviews With Monster Girls. Not sure about how I feel about myself for watching shows about high school girls being best friends, but here I am. :p

    I watched Gabriel Dropout partly because of the memes, partly because the premise piqued my interest after watching Good Omens. Lots of fun, would recommend.

    Interviews With Monster Girls was absolutely delightful. Super wholesome, with some (admittedly on the nose) positive messages about special needs people and other historically ostracized groups. Has kind of the same "healing" vibe of Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid (with far fewer moments that make me go yikes, as much as I also loved that show).

    I also started Demon Slayer and adore it so far, but just haven't been in much of a shounen mood for the past few days.

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