Might as well jump straight into the ending themes, while I have the free time. 😀 Finding decent versions of each song on Youtube was harder this time around, so apologies in advance for any permanent ear damage the links may cause~
Can’t win them all. 😛 I strongly prefer the full version of this song.
Rolling Girls also makes both lists! Just a warning, the only version of the ED I could find on Youtube was from the final episode, so may contain spoilers if you haven’t watched it.
Not the series’ main ending theme, but while I did also like Tada Aoi’s “Yake Ochinai Tsubasa”, I find myself listening to Rakuen made far more often.
This one’s just hilariously good fun… unless you’re Sacchan. 😮
To make up for forgetting to include the Italian OP in yesterday’s post… okay, that’s a lie. This song’s actually good!
Obligatory Kalafina~ And an honourable mention to Arslan Senki’s “One Light”, which didn’t quite make the cut.
While still on the subject of songs that didn’t make it, leaving out Bump of Chicken’s “Hello, world!” from the OP list was a hard decision. The ending theme easily deserves a place, though!
A really relaxing song, and I like how all the little drawings on the blackboard come together to form one big Koro-sensei head in the end. 🙂
Another series that changed it’s ED themes every few episodes, but Secret Sky is my favourite by a long shot.
Subete ga F ni Naru’s ending theme also places higher than it’s opening, and narrowly misses out on being my favourite ED of the Autumn season to:
This could be a James Bond theme song… but that’d be a waste, since I don’t really watch Bond movies.
And finally, keeping up the tradition of bad anime series often having some of the best music! About the only reason I kept Ranpo Kitan on. That and the cross-dressing.
That’s all for anime themes this year, now let’s see if I can get Week 10’s rankings up tomorrow, and make it three posts in three days! 😀