The Best Anime of 2015 (Part 1)
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There’s a case to be made for Oregairu’s second season being higher up on this list than where it currently is. Like Classroom Crisis, it’s really unlike anything else I’ve seen in the medium in my short time watching anime. That alone deserves some recognition. The characters here are complex and deep, as are the conversations that they engage in. It features icy characters that you’ll either relate to or push away, but the fact remains that the interactions that unfold are among the most interesting of any anime to air this year.
At times it definitely feels like it gets too full of itself. Where its first season featured the same kind of character exploration and thematic elements, it went about exploring them in the way that much more relatable. What this season can say that it did better than the last was that it did introduce us to the great Iroha. Though I may have had problems with the show, there’s no denying the fact that I’m happy that an anime like Oregairu even exists.