Hello and greetings fellow otaku,
Well I welcome you one and all to 2013. I hope that you all got over all your new years eve and day partying and are ready to watch some of the new anime that will be hitting the streaming sites this winter. Thus it is with great pleasure that I introduce the first new segment of the new year entitled What To Watch, AKA What I Will Be Watching in which I will share my recommendations on some of the series that you should be watching through the different seasons. So to kick off the 2013 winter anime season, I would like to present to you for your consideration Cuticle Detective Inaba.
Now your probably asking yourselves, why am I going to be watching and reviewing this particular series. Well I have been on a detective anime kick recently. As you may recall, a few years back I did a review of the anime and manga series Steam Detectives by Kia Asamiya and just this past holiday weekend I finished watching Case Closed (Detective Conan) which I am currently on Vol. 27 of the manga.
But when I heard about this series, it really captured my interest. For one reason, the main character is a part wolf and has a good head of hair which is a interesting shade of red. But from what I can read in the show description on Crunchyroll this is more of a comedy detective series than a serious series. But overall it looks like an interesting series. Thus this is one of the series that I recommend taking a look at as part of your winter anime viewing.
Title: Cuticle Detective Inaba
Where To Watch: Crunchyroll
When: Fridays 10pm Eastern\9pm Central\7pm Pacific
Keep in mind that the 10pm showtime is about the same time that it airs in Japan and that you need to have a premiums account with Crunchyroll to watch it the same time it airs on Friday. However if you wait a week, the episodes will be available for free viewing in a few days time.
And make sure you stay with us because I will be watching each episode and giving you my synopsis of each, spoiler free by the way. So buckle up anime fans, 2013 is going to be awesome here at AFC. So until next time, remember that there is a ton of great anime and manga out there. All you have to do is find it. Ltrs.
Link To Watch Cuticle Detective Inaba