There are so many great shows out right now and just as importantly, they are all diverse and different.
Animation-wise, in the east, Log Horizon has been freakin' mind-blowing,
incredibly meta in a good way and hits all the right spots for any
tabletop roleplayer. Second season of Chuunibyou Demo and Seitokai
Yakuindomo has been fantastic. One of the more pleasant surpise for me
this season has been Sekai Seifuku – Bouryaku no Zvezda; it's like a
deconstruction of the super sentai genre and in an incredibly optimistic
Western animation-wise, Rick and Morty has been the dark horse for me;
I'm a Dan Harman fan (love his podcast too) but his collab with Justin
Roiland brings about a show that can do low brow jokes just as well as
high concept scifi stories. This season of Bob's Burgers has been
fantastically as usual. Adventure Time has captured that old spark of
awesomeness and Regular Show has been zany as usual.
In TV land, Brooklyn Nine Nine is the surprise show for me. I really
don't watch that much TV anymore but I dig Andy Samberg's work so I gave
it a try; I'm glad I did because Brooklyn Nine Nine has just the right
amount of great characters and non-sarcastic comedy slant.
Oh yeah, Arrow has been a freakin beast of a show for me, it continues
to surprise me how they've adapted the convoluted backstory of the Green
Arrow (which is as complicated if not more than Batman's) and made so
much sense out of it. Arrow is simply an awesome show. Can't wait for Flash and Gotham.
So there you have it, this busy season of entertainment media and
another reason why I'm behind in drawing all the projects I have planned