Now that every show has had a few episodes to make its case, it’s time to tell you what we’ll be blogging this season. This is Random Curiosity’s Winter 2022 blogging schedule.

As per illustrious tradition, this is a tentative overview of our plans for the new season . . . or would be, but with multiple episodes under our belts, we’re pretty confident in our picks. Will some of them fall flat in the home stretch? Probably. This is what we’ll stick with for now, barring any unforeseen changes in the near future. Although, it should be mentioned, there is likely to be a pickup or two down the line thanks to the late airing of some shows (as Yaseen Hijazi and Ryman’s Club can attest to!)

With winter now reveling in its full glory and shows having settled into the groove, this season is admittedly looking sparse on coverage. A lot of it comes down to the limited number of “good” choices, but it’s also down to some of us being hammered with real-life duties and responsibilities. Life sucks sometimes, and anime cannot always be a high priority! Don’t expect those with 0s by their names to be completely inactive, however; Gabie has some posting plans I’m sure will surprise 😉

Before I leave off too I’ll sum it all up as usual with another big thank you to all. Random Curiosity wouldn’t be the same without you reading and commenting, so make sure you stay safe, stay healthy, and get in some snow (or sun) while the season is at its height. Winter may be restrained for us this year, but spring is always something to look forward to!


    1. Nice choices.

      Aside from some epic returning shows, this season isn’t too exciting. There are always exceptions such as Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi o Suru turns out to be fun (when I ignore the fan service…) and will be catching Sabikui Bisco, which I haven’t had a chance to watch yet. Also, looking forward to Yaseen’s reviews on Ryman’s Club.
      Thx for everyone’s hard work!

  1. Parse coverage is okay, that just means the remaining series will be covered in a more comprehensive manner (quality over quantity). It looks like Slow Loop didn’t make the cut: that’s not too surprising, I suppose there’s a limit to how much one can talk about themes surrounding a “found family in a group of misfits” (so far, the series definitely isn’t about found family at all), but it is good that the bigger and more exciting series are getting some shine time.

  2. Not surprised you’re dropping Tokyo 24th Ward. It’s an anime original so we don’t know enough about it to tell if we should be hyped or not, and it’s from a studio that’s juggling three shows in one season, which is never a good sign. However, I AM surprised you’re dropping World’s End Harem!


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