Well I am finishing up the Fall 2016 series.
Fune wo Amu:
I liked the idea behind Fune wo Amu but one of the problems for me was that the emotions of the story fall a little flat. I think that some of the relationships were muted by the amount of time they had with the story. I had wished that the romance went a bit longer. I did enjoy the show and watched it with my daughter.
I have one episode left and want to find out if they will win or not. One thing about Japanese culture that I have noticed especially with sport animes is that the main characters do not always win. I am always a bit stressed rooting for the team.
Bungou Stray Dogs 2:
Also enjoyed and have one episode left. Trying to get everything caught up for the Winter 2017 series and I am off for two weeks. I am switching between games and watching the last few episodes in my seasonal backlog.
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken:
The villain was intense and the fight scenes were interesting. It is a loud anime, with a lot of that juvenile tough guy type talk but I did have a good time watching the show. I will be glad to take a break from it since it ran 39 episodes. I have a feeling that the next series could be about the invisible baby (I do not read the manga just taking a guess).
Saiki Kusuo no Psi Nan:
Was the sleeper hit for me this season. It is hysterical. Reminds me of Gintama a little based on the style of humor. I usually do not like gag manga when it is transformed to anime but this worked very well.
Winter 2017 shows looking forward to:
Demi-chan wa Katarita