With 2018 having wrapped up that it's time that I rank all the shows I watched and completed. Once again, this is going to be a two-parter with everything from the middle tier and below in this post, and the top two tiers are in the next one coming soon. As this is only going to consists of shows that I watched that those I dropped or didn't watch (at least through all the episodes that aired in 2018) are going to be excluded. So that means dumpster fire shows that I decided to give the good old kill'em with fire judgment like Hakyu Hoshin Engi, Magical Girl Site, Conception, and My Sister, My Writer are not going to appear in the rankings, as well as shows that I skipped like Planet With (which I should give another try after it turned out to be one of the surprise hits), Ingress (curse you, Netflix), and Comic Girls that I might revisit later. In other words, If the show is not on my Master List of anime watched, it's not going to appear, so don't panic over an obviously terrible show not appearing on this list. While I also finished Sirius the Jaeger recently, I didn't start that show until 2019, so I'm excluding that show from the rankings as well.

There are a few shows with multiple seasons or parts that aired in 2018, and as such I'm going to take their average scores for the purposes of this list as I only want those shows from each franchise to appear just once. So that means for Overlord (seasons 2 and 3), Tokyo Ghoul:re (split cour), Sword Gai (split cour), Angels of Death (series and ONA finale), Fate/Extra (series and special) and Future Card Buddyfight X (series and All-Star Fight, which is a small factor because of its short length), they are combined into a single entry with the score being a weighted average of the two parts.

As always, I use a scoring system that's based on what the average MAL score typically is for shows in a certain grade range, that combined with grades that typical exam scores get you in college courses.

A+: 100+
A: 95-99
A-: 90-94
B+: 85-89
B: 80-84
B-: 75-79
C+: 70-74
C: 65-69
C-: 60-64
D+: 52-59
D: 44-51
D-: 36-43
F: 0-35

So with that, here are the rankings for everything in the middle tier and below. The shows in the top two tiers are appearing in a blog entry that will be coming soon.

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52. Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online: B- (Score: 79)
This is a satisfying side story that will please SAO fans as it gets all the entertainment aspects down with great characters, nice animation, incredible action, and decent character development. Above all, most of the aspects that dogged SAO after the first half of the first season are largely absent. Unfortunately, the show is far from polished when it comes to the more critical aspects of the show as the story was just silly in structure and doesn't add up to anything substantial, all while this show feels like it was catered more towards fans of the franchise. In all, it was an entertaining show to watch and definitely worthwhile for fans of the franchise even if it is somewhat lacking in substance.

53. Mitsuboshi Colors: B- (Score: 79)
This is another fun show about cute girls having fun. While the show tends to get repetitive, it does a nice job in keeping things very entertaining as the silliness was always great to watch. Not groundbreaking by any means, but nevertheless it's highly recommended for those who love these kinds of shows. For those who are not as invested in them, it's probably hard to recommend this show to them.

54. Forest of Piano: B- (Score: 78)
This show has a great concept of telling the story of growing up through classical music. It does a great job in character development, all while the piano music is great. While the show has some great storytelling, the show is hindered by its pacing as it was really slow, and I felt that the flashback could have moved quicker, all while it spent quite a lot of time with the pianists who don't play much of a role in this story. That led to an ending that feels like not much happened, but with a second season coming, there's a chance for that problem to be addressed.

55. Hakumei and Mikochi: B- (Score: 78)
This is cute and fun to watch as the two sure did some amusing stuff as tiny beings. The animation is great, while the stories are entertaining. While some episodes were great, some of them just missed the mark and the show is dragged down when those dull ones surface. In all, it's harmless fun to watch, but don't expect anything too out of the ordinary as there's not much that stands out about this show.

56. Amanchu! Advance: B- (Score: 77)
This season is started off strong, but tapered off in the second half. This series had its best episodes early in this season, but then it gets away from its core strengths in the second half and bogs it down with content that just felt out of place in this show, all while seemingly forgetting that the show is about scuba diving. So on an overall level, it's on par with the first season, but doing so with a great first half and a weak second half rather than being consistent all the way through.

57. Kokkoku: B- (Score: 77)
This show has some great entertainment value with the drama, mystery, twists, and turns that had me want to keep on watching. It has a solid story concept overall and good character development along the way. That said, the show had some serious issues with the biggest ones being the animation quality and the inconsistent execution of the plot. The show started off nicely animated, but progressively it seems to get worse, although it fits into the style of animation typical of the guys who once made up Manglobe. And then there's a good amount of the story that just felt too predictable. But in the end, this show's entertainment value made it worth watching as, for better and worse, it takes drama to the extreme.

58. Uzamaid!: B- (Score: 76)
This show is popcorn entertainment as the comedy is great. However, while the jokes came out as funny, some of them are repetitive and in poor taste. That said, it does a great job in being a comedy on an overall level, all doing a solid job in character expansion. So in all, this show is great for laughs even if it is inconsistent, and while the character expansions get the job done, they could have been handled better.

59. Happy Sugar Life: B- (Score: 76)
This show has a great concept that it stuck to well leading to some great drama, mystery, and character development as all of those made for an intriguing show. That said, this show is certainly not for everybody, and it was hindered by two major issues in the animation quality and the characters being so unlikable. In any case, this show set out to make the ultimate yandere, and it accomplished that making the show worthwhile to watch for the drama and romance more than anything.

60. Skull-face Bookseller Honda-san: B- (Score: 76)
This is one of the better shorts out there as it does an excellent job in portraying real life situations in a bookstore. The comedy is nicely done, and the jokes and skits are very amusing. But above all, this show has great educational value. Just about the only thing I had serious gripes with is the animation as it's pretty cheap and that almost convinced me to drop it. But it just needed some getting used to and once that happened, the show flew by.

61. Lost Song: B- (Score: 75)
This show does a nice job in establishing the characters, all while the singing is great and the plot has all sorts of intrigue. That said, the plot was too disorganized in the middle as things were quite hard to understand once the whole truth about a certain song is revealed, all while the show's storyline just doesn't flow in key spots. But in all, there was substantial character development that really made this show stand out.

62. Isekai Izakaya: Japanese Food From Another World: B- (Score: 75)
This show was made mainly as an advertisement for food, all while pretty much taking the concept of Restaurant to Another World to do it. Where this show falters the most is that things just get repetitive where in some way, shape, or form, the episodes are the same just changing the characters and food items. That said, where this show excels are with the characters as they are not just one-offs, all while they get some pretty nice development despite the show's structure. And then the Nobu Plus segments really help make it clear that this show is all about the food. In any case, this show was a pleasure to watch in spite of these obvious faults.

63. Ms. Vampire Who Lives in My Neighborhood: C+ (Score: 74)
Tthis show is your typical cute girls doing cute things show that does exactly what it needed to do, nothing more and nothing less. The show is a lot of fun to watch for the great characters, the amusing antics, and the decent character development. It's just that it's another one of those shows without any standout qualities.

64. The Ryuo's Work is Never Done: B- (Score: 74)
This show is a mixed bag of things that are great and not-so-great. When the show focuses on shogi, things are great as it handles character development, drama, and storytelling very well. But when it focuses on other things, it's pretty cringeworthy stuff and often inappropriate, especially with the pedo vibes running rampant while having to put up with cliches. This show would have been better if it just ignored all of that stuff to focus on the story seeing that it's a pretty solid one that could have been written much better since parts of it were rushed seeing that a number of side characters didn't get the attention that they should have gotten. So in all, execution is inconsistent, but when it's on, it's really great, and when it's not, it's hard to watch it.

65. Double Decker! Doug and Kirill: C+ (Score: 73)
This is an entertaining show for the characters, the irony, and the action, and for someone who really enjoyed Tiger and Bunny, this show does a nice job of reminding me of how great that show was. That said, while it was entertaining and was great on the technical side of things, the storywriting aspect was lacking. The show just simply dragged on all while the characters just didn't get enough development or expansion. And it's also trying too hard to be like Tiger and Bunny that some things just don't click. In all, it was an entertaining show for the characters and the technical aspects, but when it comes to the story, that's where this show could have improved on.

66. Seven Senses of the Re'Union: C+ (Score: 73)
This show has some great things going for it with its concept of combining Sword Art Online with Anohana, great character development, good drama, and an intriguing story. However, this show has some pretty major issues with pacing being the biggest one as it dragged out in the beginning, while rushing towards the end. That led to all sorts of consistency issues with the story. Also, the animation could have been better as Lerche is certainly capable of better things. In all, this felt like a show that needed two cours in order to make substantial progress, and that led to compromises being made in order to tell a complete story with just one cour to work with.

67. Harukana Receive: C+ (Score: 73)
This is a solid sports show that does something different in that it is all about maintaining a positive outlook as opposed to dealing with frequent adversity that makes it different than the usual sports show. While the show does a nice job in developing the main characters, the supporting cast, not so much as it simply introduces them and then not really doing too much with them afterwards. And then there's the animation that just doesn't look crisp, and the show has long stretches of stuff that just feels dull. But in all, it was certainly a solid show to watch for the volleyball action and the whole friendship circle stuff going on.

68. Dagashi Kashi 2: C+ (Score: 73)
This season does some things better, and some things worse putting it on-par with the first season. As for what this season does better, the half-length episodes work much better as things flow much better seeing that it seems that the first season struggled to fill up its allotted time slot, whereas this season didn't have that problem. And then there's a story going on where once Hotaru was introduced, it was just doing random things in the first season. On the flipside, the animation quality suffers from a change of studio, and the comedy is more inconsistent than with the first season. So pretty much, it's as entertaining as the first season.

69. As Miss Beelzebub Likes It: C+ (Score: 72)
This is a show that has great characters and humor to make for a comforting show to watch, but beyond that, there wasn't much that this show brought to the table aside from the animation style. The characters are great, the humor is amusing, and the atmosphere is pretty inviting. But at the same time, while a strong story is not critical for a show like this, there should have been a bit more to it. Also, the humor tends to get repetitive to put a damper on things. In any case, it's an enjoyable show for those just wanting a relaxing show.

70. Hanebado!: C+ (Score: 72)
This show started off strong, but the show became all sorts of cringeworthy to watch in the second half with the direction of the character development that was questionable at best leading to some bad storywriting and characters becoming too unlikable to rally behind. But in the end, the show was still entertaining to watch for the badminton action and the intrigue that the characters brought out.

71. Ninja Girl and Samurai Master 3rd: C+ (Score: 72)
While the overall product of this season is pretty much the same as the first two seasons, this show does a nice job in having things take a dark turn going to show that history wasn't so kind, all while things changed up quite a lot with the characters facing adversity for a change. Besides that, it's still has all the good and not-so-good things as previous seasons of this show in that the humor is nice, the characters are interesting, and the animation quality is what I have come to expect out of a short.

72. Akkun to Kanojo: My Sweet Tyrant: C+ (Score: 71)
Overall, this show is pretty much what I was expecting out of a short. It has fun characters, solid humor, and decent animation quality for a short, which made it worthwhile for its run length. The biggest issue this show has is its repetitive humor as the show just didn't have the variation all while relying on overplaying some of its cards. But in all, it's something that made it worth putting up for three minutes a week.

73. Lostorage Conflated WIXOSS: C+ (Score: 71)
This season pretty much caters to those who are fans of the WIXOSS franchise, while it's a step up from Incited series, it still pales in comparison to the Selector series. The animation continues to be very good compared to the Selector series, but the story isn't exactly up to par with it as while it's less predictable and more consequential than in Incited, there was just too much that didn't exactly click. In summary, the show continues to feed off its strengths with the solid drama, character designs, character development, and its focus on the implications rather than the game itself, while this season just had a weak overall story that puts a damper on things.

74. Slow Start: C+ (Score: 71)
This is just another run-of-the-mill show involving cute girls doing cute things as it has all the typical strengths and weaknesses associated with those kinds of shows. The cute girls do amusing things that make for a feel-good time to watch, but at the same time, it just doesn't do anything innovative. There are good episodes, and not-so-good ones that are just lacking. The overall story was just weak as there just wasn't as much advancement as I would have liked. In all, it's a decent show that will satisfy those who like these kinds of shows.

75. Takunomi: C+ (Score: 71)
This show is fun to watch for the girls and antics, but it's nothing groundbreaking seeing that it feels more like an advertisement for beer than an anime show. Pretty much, it's entertaining as it does what the show sets out to do, but nothing that sets it apart from other slice of life shows, especially with the repetitive nature of the show. But nevertheless, it's good that the episodes are half-length because this show just wouldn't work with full-length episodes.

76. Back Street Girls: C+ (Score: 71)
This show has an unusual and unique concept that makes this show stand out with transgender idols belonging to a yakuza. The comedy is really good, which is what makes this show worthwhile. But at the same time, the show just has poor animation, a fragmented story that it was trying to tell, and the tendency to repeat jokes. In all, it's all about the comedy, and it did that very well.

77. Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs: C+ (Score: 71)
This show should be thought of as a guilty pleasure and when seen in that scope this show is certainly worthwhile. This show pretty much is a clichefest of stuff that makes up a typical harem show with a supernatural twist to it. But in all that, the show ends up being really entertaining as the comedy is good, the characters are great, and the supernatural stuff is all nicely handled. This show makes no effort whatsoever to craft a story, but it was focused on doing those other things, and it does them well enough.

78. Crossing Time: C+ (Score: 71)
This show is solid entertainment for the short as it got pretty funny at times. As to be expected out of a short, the animation quality is bad and the biggest problem is that things got awfully repetitive. But given its short runtime that it does what a short is supposed to do.

79. A.I.C.O. Incarnation: C+ (Score: 70)
This show ended up being a huge disappointment seeing that Bones usually does a better job with their shows than this. The animation is great and the action and story concept are all strong. However, the show does a rather lackluster job with the story as it comes off as being too needlessly complicated and hard to follow, leading to a rather underwhelming conclusion. That said, it still is a decent time to be had for the action and the drama, but it could have been handled much better.

80. Devils' Line: C+ (Score: 70)
Despite the obvious similarities to Tokyo Ghoul, this show has a nice story concept full of intrigue, solid drama, and good character development that makes it entertaining to watch. While the story concept was solid, production values are just bad as this is what usually happens with a no-name studio. The animation quality was poor, while the story was just lacking cohesion with the way it was put together. Even so, it was a show that was worth it for the intriguing overall story.

81. Record of Grancrest War: C+ (Score: 70)
This show was greatly hindered by a rushed and poorly constructed plot that made the show hard to follow and left too much of a disconnect. The show is great on a technical side as the animation and soundtrack are incredible, while the action is amazing, and the premise, albeit too ambitions, had lots of promise and intrigue to it. So this is a show that could have been better if it was stretched out over more episodes as 24 episodes just wasn't enough to get a good story with the way things are set up.

82. Angels of Death: C+ (Score: 70)
While this show has entertainment value, it greatly varied from episode to episode. The show has great drama, a nicely-done mystery, impactful suspense, solid animation, and intriguing characters. That said, this show gets decimated by its awful pacing, weak direction, roundabout plot, and cringeworthy moments with the characters, and in particular the sluggish pacing is something that's going to really push a viewer's patience to the limit. In all, it's solid entertainment with a good concept, but fails to reach its full potential because of the pacing and direction.

83. Cinderella Girls Theater 3rd Season: C+ (Score: 70)
Pretty much, everything that was good and not so good about the previous two seasons applies here as this was designed for those who enjoy the Cinderella Girls incarnation of this franchise. The characters are cute, the humor is nice and sometimes it's not, and having it be a short makes it easier to watch. Nothing stands out more positively or negatively compared to other seasons.


84. Death March to the Parallel World Rhapsody: C (Score: 69)
This is another one of those highly cliched isekai and harem shows that takes a lot of the core elements, and more or less, just sits on them not trying to do a whole lot outside the box. That said, there were some really good things to come out of this show from the status screen to emphasize the RPG nature of the show, the MC's narration is nicely done, the characters are an interesting bunch, and some episodes were really good. But in the end, it was bogged down by its reliance on cliches and a lackluster story, though to be fair the light novels made it extremely tough to adapt.

85. Caligula: C (Score: 69)
This is a show with a great story concept and a solid foundation for great mystery to happen. This show does a solid job with the animation and character growth to support this mystery show. However, the execution is another matter entirely as the show was disoriented and had serious issues with pacing and clarity. And then there ware the action scenes that just poorly connected with the rest of the show. In all, it was a show that was great for the intrigue, but seeing it all go down is another matter entirely as that aspect could have been better handled.

86. Future Card Buddyfight X (and All-Star Fight): C (Score: 69 overall, 68 for X, 73 for All-Star Fight)
While this series is a huge improvement over DDD, it still falls well short of being as good as Hundred when this show was at its peak. The new characters in this series are better, while the whole Overdrive concept adds an interesting wrinkle to the story. That said, while Batzz is a huge improvement over Bal, he still can't replace Drum as the lead buddy, all while things were really slow to develop in this season leading to problematic pacing. But in the grand scheme of things, it fixes a lot of the problems DDD had, but just doesn't go far enough with the new battle mechanics. And then there's the All-Star Fight portion that gives Gao a great sendoff as the next series after this features his son as it does a great job with the chemistry between all the friends and buddies he has made to put an entertaining wrap on Gao's story.

87. Hero Mask: C (Score: 68)
This show is slow out of the gates, hit its stride in the middle, and then just blew it with the ending. Pretty much, this show does an excellent job with the drama, the mystery aspect, and the action, all while the artwork is pretty good. However, the story composition left plenty to be desired as it was all over the place at the beginning, but doing so in a way that draws attention. The middle part is where this show is at its peak and the drama takes off. But it got super-sloppy towards the end. It was a fun ride, but disappointing one as well.

88. FLCL Progressive: C (Score: 67)
This sequel was a disappointment as the show suffers from a weak MC, bland supporting cast, and an over-reliance on the crazy nonsense that makes for a story that makes little sense and has little substance. Above all, the show was just way too random for its own good and it doesn't help with the choice of studios as while Production I.G did an admirable job with the animation, Trigger would have brought it out to its full potential. That said, it still does a nice job with the nostalgia factor all while a couple of episodes were at least worth watching. But as a follow-up to an amazing first season, it's just a huge letdown.

89. Dropkick on My Devil!: C (Score: 67)
This show does a great job with the comedy and characters as those things made the show worthwhile to watch. In all, it was fun, but not very substantial as this show is bogged down by two critical drawbacks. First of all, the animation quality is pretty iffy as the studio just doesn't have a good reputation, and the artwork of this show doesn't do anything to change it. And second of all, this show just gets uncreatively repetitive. The show isn't groundbreaking by any means, but it does just enough to keep me watching it.

90. Last Hope: C (Score: 67)
This show has a great concept that kind of doesn't get told in the best way possible. The show has interesting drama, nice action, and interesting characters. However, the plot is just all over the place as this show wasn't exactly sure of what it wanted to be opting to spend so much time on stuff that really isn't essential to the main story at hand. This causes things to become disjointed and not cohesive. That said, it still carried some entertainment value with the setting.

91. Tokyo Ghoul:re: C (Score: 66 overall, 75 for part 1, 57 for part 2)
This show is a poor adaptation of a great manga as Shuhei Morita's absence is greatly felt, as well as the way the stuff in Root A just doesn't mesh well with the season's content. The first half was decently adapted as it was clear what this show was trying to accomplish, but the second half was just rushed, fragmented, and full of plot holes that probably would have been patched up with another cour to work with. That made for a season so confusing and full of randomness that is exacerbated in the action scenes. That said, the show's content is great (at least if it was properly adapted from the manga), the characters are full of intrigued, and the action itself is nice even if the story around it isn't. So to sum things up, the first half as just okay, but the second half was just a major rush job.

92. Fate/Extra: Last Encore C (Score: 66)
While this show had a decent concept, this show was just full of cringeworthy content. The show's story was simply way too confusing, it is way too roundabout with its storytelling, the characters just lack the appeal that the other Fate shows have going for them, and thing just don't mesh very well. That said, this show has some well-done episodes, all while the Shaft animation does a nice job in emphasizing the mystery aspect of this show. But in the end, being too complex for its own good is what hurts this show that is clearly attempting to cash in on this megafranchise.

93. RErideD: Derrida Who Leaps Through Time: C (Score: 65)
This show had a lot of promise at the beginning with a great mystery and a story concept full of intrigue. While the show delivers with great drama and visuals, as well as doing a nice job with the mystery aspect, this show totally whiffed on the pacing and character development as this show was trying to do way too much with just one cour to work with. Had this been a two cour series, this show probably would have been much better. In particular, the show just moved too slowly at the beginning while cutting corners on a lot of potential character development, leading to an ending that had the potential to be memorable, but instead was rushed and fragmented. In short, this show had potential, but failed to capitalize as this show just couldn't be adapted well with only a single cour's worth of episodes.

94. Xuan Yuan Sword Luminary: C- (Score: 64)
This show ended up being better than expected for shows based on source material of Chinese origin. It has interesting characters, great action, an intriguing story concept, and solid animation quality going in its favor. That said, this show is greatly hindered by poor execution with storytelling as the first half was just confusing with no sense of what this show is trying to be, all while the second half was just rushed. So in all, the action and characters made things worthwhile, and the story just shows why anime based on Chinese source material ends up flopping more often than not.

95. Dame x Prince Anime Caravan: C- (Score: 64)
This show falls right in line with what I was expecting for a show with otome game roots, but at the very least it's more watchable than the average anime adaptation from that genre. It certainly helps that the MC is a capable person, all while the comedy is pretty solid. That said, this show absolutely gets it wrong when it comes to the story as there were just way too many plot lapses and silly stuff going on when it should be crafting a story, not really addressing that until the final three episodes, all while the boys can become too much of a handful to deal with. In the end, it does just enough to keep me entertained.

96. Doreiku: C- (Score: 62)
This show had a great concept, but execution was simply terrible. The show has some great drama and while the characters are hit-or-miss, the ones that hit really stood out and made the show worthwhile. That said, the show's story is just poorly constructed due to the overly ambitious concept as with 23 characters needing substantial attention, that led to a rushed plot and cohesion problems as doing all this in just 12 episodes just isn't possible. So in all, it's worthwhile because of the drama, but the way the show was put together leaves something to be desired.

97. Micchiri Neko: C- (Score: 61)
Being a short, this show pretty much does nothing but showcase different cats doing amusing things. The amusement factor was satisfactory, but not much else is going for this short beyond that. And as to be expected out of shorts, the animation just isn't up to snuff.

98. 100 Sleeping Princes and the Kingdom of Dreams: C- (Score: 60)
This show is the standard otome game adaptation, which is not exactly a good thing. The story is just lacking and the animation quality is typical of this low-budget studio. Not to mention, it focused more on showcasing the pretty boys to the fujoshi fanbase than putting together a good story. But at the very least it was watchable as the lead is stronger than the typical otome game heroine, all while character development was decent making her more interesting than what boys in these kinds of shows usually are. It's pretty clear that there was a specific audience in mind when this show was made, and it does the job in catering to them. In the end, it's another generic otome game adaptation that at least does a few things better than than what most of these kinds of shows do.


99. Cutie Honey Universe: D+ (Score: 58)
It's clear that this show was made for Go Nagai fans as objectively, it fails on so many levels, but Go Nagai fans certainly would appreciate this show better. The biggest fault with this show is the highly fragmented story, while it has several other problems include an unappealing art style, and dense characters to the point where it gets irritating. That said, this show has some nice things going for it with solid action, a good soundtrack, the show's willingness to be unconventional to tap into the charm of Nagai's style. So in all, this is something only fans of the franchise can appreciate since it does lots of things wrong to make this show unappealing to most casual viewers.

100. Sword Gai: D+ (Score: 57 overall, 54 for season 1, 59 for season 2)
I just don't know where to begin with this show as it's a train wreck in just about every imaginable way. But above all, this show fails to establish the MC as the story just goes all over the place focusing on many different characters, while not really letting the viewers know that Gai is supposed to be the MC until the end. And it has a laundry list of other serious problems with a poorly-structured story, mediocre animation, and bland storytelling. Just about the only good things about this show are the action and soundtrack. At least the second half maintains focus of the story better, but overall the execution is as bad as it could possibly be.

101. Alice or Alice: D (Score: 50)
This is show is pretty much what it expected to be for a short with a slutty premise. That said, some episodes were really good, though most of them are pretty much trash, and being a short is what made this show bearable to watch through. So in all, while it's a trashy sister complex show, at least it had some entertainment value to it since it's a short lasting three minutes an episode.

102. One Room 2nd Season: D (Score: 48)
This season is pretty much more of the same as the first season in that watching this can be disturbing and make someone like me feel dumb with my actions in the show. That said, this season is a mild improvement over the first as the animation quality is better and the girls are less annoying than in the first season, but at the same time the I don't like that I'm still acting like a creep.

103. Jingai-san no Yome: D (Score: 45)
This is just another run-of-the-mill short with nothing really standing out and all the typical problems with shows that have this short runtime. The creatures were amusing, but that's just about all that's going for this show. The show just gets bland and repetitive, all while the characters are just there not really doing a lot to make this show stand out.

And with that, part 2 will come soon enough for the upper echelon of shows.