It’s that time once again folks; the Backloggers community content round-up! This post will make the 12th one, and it’s so hard to believe that we’ve been doing this for a full year now. We’ve gone through so much good content from you guys and we enjoy putting these small compilations together hopefully as much as you guys enjoy looking at the content from our perspective. We have no intents of stopping these anytime soon (despite how it may seem at times), and we’re striving to keep the good content rolling! We’re always putting effort into making sure y’all are getting quality content presented, so as always, any feedback is appreciated!
It sure has been a while folks, but we are back in business in Owningmatt land!
I’ll quickly go over some updates and then we’ll jump straight into the content since I’m sure this is the post that everyone was waiting for after all of this time. If not… well, I guess you’ll have to wait for the next time. Anyway.
Log Time is the podcast of The Backloggers where we talk about anime, manga, light novels, and where grown men get really giddy over shows that were specifically made for girls because damn if they can’t be good love stories.
In this episode, Owningmatt and Mythos wrap up some talk on Dungeon, get nostalgic over high school band camp with Hibike! Euphonium, laugh over stereotypical bad guys in Show By Rock!, love on some love stories in Ore Monogatari, and gush over great writing in Yahari.
Also, please ignore the fact that we complain about the audio. It was mostly just in our headphones and not the fact that we were going crazy. We found out Mythos had a really crappy connection with his mic that all the audio was routing through so everything’s fixed now.
Well, looks like it’s that time again. This post may seem a bit late, but unlike what I’ve done in the past, I feel that it’s been a more productive and informative experience to talk about the shows a little bit after episodes have been aired. The original way I’ve done this is to write before the airing shows start and talk from a more predictive stance, and while I think that it’s interesting to be able to look back at my opinions before a show starts, I realized that it’s not exactly fun for others to read, nor does it feel very fresh.