Let's be honest. "Isekai" is a disgustingly overblown genre that is filled with some of the worst dreg in both manga and anime. In order to sift through the bad and painfully mediocre, I've come up with ways to tell whether a protagonists trip to another world is worth the time or if it's just another additive to the dump heap.
Yep, yet ANOTHER article on Yuri on ICE. But I swear I have a good reason this time, since Crunchyroll's first ever Anime Awards ended up being butchered by popular vote, especially when it came to categories that Yuri on ICE was nominated in. With its runaway success, I would like to take a moment to explain why I did not like the anime as much as others. In fact, I found it rather lacking in multiple departments. Hit the jump to find out just why I'm a soulless and homophobic monster.
I've had this idea for so long about a first-time player of Dark Souls discovering the terrors of Dark Souls 3. It's a little rough, but I think I may have a good idea on my hands.