Category S: Loved Them So Much That Once I Got Going I Couldn't Stop
Sword Art Online & Sword Art Online II
Ready Player One in that they both feature fully immersive virtual reality worlds; the film version of RPO even makes a reference to SAO. Can someone please hurry up and develop this technology for real already? Also, I found out that there's a full-length SAO movie, but then when I tried to rent it, only the English dub version was available. C'mon, people, I need the original Japanese version with English subtitles, otherwise it just doesn't seem like the same characters! Can you please make that available? I want to give you money! (Edit: I discovered that there's a DVD version available for purchase, which I just might have to do.)
cosplayed as Maka and Soul. At the time I thought I sort of recognized them, based on seeing Maka and Soul elsewhere in a peripheral, subconscious fashion (probably at a Comic-Con in real life). So when I saw that the show was available on Netflix, I figured, why not give it a try. And wow, am I glad I did. Love it, love it, love it. The main theme song even inspired me to translate - poorly, I'm sure - the verses of an upcoming Second Player Score song into Japanese, which you may get to hear me attempt to sing if you attend the yet-to-be-scheduled release party for our third album.
One Punch Man
Previous category S shows: Death Note, Aggretsuko
Category A: Didn't Love Them, But Liked Them Well Enough
Ouran High School Host Club
(UPDATE 8/11/18: I just finished watching the last episode. Wow, so good. Not enough to elevate the entire series into Category S, but it definitely deserves a top ranking as far as individual episodes go.)
Previous category A shows: Devilman Crybaby
Category B: Tried To Get Into Them But Just Couldn't For Some Reason; Might Try Again Someday
Kill La Kill
Previous category B shows: Attack On Titan
Well, that's it for now. Let's see if I can wait another ten weeks before writing the next installment of Anime Roundup!