All is fair in love and war, especially psychological manipulation, mind games, and peepee jokes. The brothers get all that and more with Kaguya-Sama: Love is War. Kaguya and Miyuki, the top two students at a prestigious academy and leaders of the student council have fallen for one another, but their massive egos refuse to allow them to be the first to confess to the other. Thus begins their battle to make the other wilt before them. Also featuring: Steins;Gate, One Punch Man, and Detective Pikachu.
We are the bone of our horse, or something to that effect. The brothers hang out in a comic book shop with a bunch of adorable degenerates in Denki-gai no Honya-san. Set in a doujinshi shop in fake-Akihabara, Denki-gai no Honya-san follows the everyday life of the diverse staff. From “naive” Hio-tan to the all-knowing Sommelier who can tell at a glance what special-interest literature will bring joy to your pathetic soul, there’s something for everyone at the Umanohone. Also featuring: Fairy Gone, Demon Slayer, One Punch Man 2, and the Promised Neverland.
The brothers take their first viewer request and follow melancholic moe-blobs in the snow in Girls’ Last Tour. Set in an indeterminate far dystopian future, Girls’ Last Tour showcases a war-torn landscape, a dead fish, a weird cat, a kettenkrad, and two naive survivors as they try to stay alive and find other traces of living people. A deeply introspective experience, it is the first nightmare slice-of-life the Aniki brothers have seen. Also featuring: Dragonalia Lost and Overlord.
Having not had enough of cute girls doing cute things, the brothers decide to watch cute girls doing nothing in a country side that makes them both green with envy with Non Non Biyori. Following four girls and one boy in a country-town school house, Non Non Biyori is a show about living in a questionably rural area when you’re young, imaginative, and suitably silly. Also featuring: Kamen Rider Build, Kingdom Hearts, and Searching.