If there’s one thing about
But the question is :
- How many is too many?
- Can you watch them all?
- Should you watch them all?
- What are the benefits?
- How you should you go about it?
All these questions and more come down to the pros and cons of watching
Let’s get into it.
1. You can watch at a relaxed pace
There are tons and tons of
Because it’s airing now I can naturally watch it at a relaxed pace without:
- Wasting too much time.
- Being hasty.
Or feeling like I don’t have time to be doing any of it. I mean it’s just 20 minutes per week. Most of everyone in the world has at least 20 minutes to spare.
- Spy x Family.
- Summertime Render.
- Aharen Is Indecipherable.
- The Demon Girl Next Door S2.
Anime like Shield Hero S2, Ascendance Of A Bookworm S3 are also on my list but to avoid overdoing it they’re on hold in the background.
As long as you’re not too invested in watching everything and you choose something specific to watch you can do it at a relaxed pace if watching seasonally.
2. Keep up with
Assuming you care enough to pay attention to
This is more important if you’re:
- You’re in the industry.
- You make YouTube videos.
- You’re a so called influencer.
Or anything else that’s relevant and would give you more of a reason to keep up with
If you’re an
3. Weekly conversations
It’s no secret that
Some of those weekly conversations can be:
And whatever else.
If you’re a creator it also gives you the chance to literally be part of the weekly conversations which leads to the next point…
4. Weekly topics to talk about/write about, etc
There’s no better fuel for a creator than an industry that’s filled with so much content, ideas, aspects, and things to talk about non stop.
Think about it:
- There are dozens of
animeairing every season.
- People talk about those dozens of
- Some of those
- Some of those
- Others fall out of favor.
And so on…. And that gives you the advantage of being the front and center of a conversation by either:
- Sharing your opinion on it.
- Reviewing an
- Discrediting an
anime(if you don’t like it).
And basically giving your take which could gain a lot of attention. The “controversy” aspect is probably the most obvious that people talk about because people can’t shut up about it.
The problem with watching
On one hand if you’re keeping up with the
On the other hand if you’re not watching
Some people don’t know when to shut up because of the HYPE moments an
- My Hero Academia.
- One Piece.
- Demon Slayer.
Twitter is usually the main villain.
6. Harder to watch older/other shows simultaneously
This is something I’ve noticed myself. You just can’t watch a lot of (or a few)
One of a few things will happen if you try:
- You’ll end up abandoning the older show you wanted to watch.
- You’ll fall behind with the seasonal
- You’ll half ass it and watch bits and pieces of both seasonal and other
- You won’t remember much because you haven’t invested in either properly.
Let’s say you wanna watch Neon Genesis Evangelion because you haven’t watched it yet, but you also wanna watch:
- Ascendance Of A Bookworm S3.
- Rent A Girlfriend S2.
- Shadows House S2.
- Bleach TWBW arc.
That leads to my next point….
7. Time management
- How do you manage your time right?
- How do you watch
animeseasonally in a way that’s productive?
- How do you avoid wasting your time?
It’s gonna be different for everyone but it’s unavoidable if you plan on watching
8. Impossible to binge watch
Goes without saying, or does it? When you decide to watch
You can’t binge something that’s still airing and hasn’t even finished. That’s obvious, but necessary to point out.
That also means you can’t finish an
This is a con in this case, but a PRO if you don’t watch
One of the worst things that can happen when watching a solid
This is more of either a patience issue or an issue with the cliffhanger itself. It all comes down to the person.
It all comes down to you.