With the top anime of 2019, overall, out of the way, let's look a little closer at the bits that made each anime what they were, shall we?
"the sheer amount of time wasted to try and cop a feel out of an exhausted resource, halfheartedly and misguidedly, is so far from greatness, or even good"
"its dedication to loud comedy and oversold theatrics comes across as the show giving 110%, 100% of the time, and it pays the price for it."
"Being an all-style action show could have been a way to shift Fairy Gone’s rather bleak storytelling component to the background, but unfortunately there’s another issue here: it’s a weak production"
"while it doesn’t offer more than the ticket price, RobiHachi is a darn good time"
"the show never really does more than tell its overly simple story with a weakly developed conflict"
"There’s just not really a hook defined well enough for me to get behind the show"
"these lovingly directed comic chops will always score a laugh"
"Sarazanmai has a poignant message to tell,"
"The only thing RobiHachi guarantees is the wildest of rides, and, with this much chemistry, it's a ride that’s absolutely worth giving a shot to"