I’m over this show.
(Spoilers in this review)
You know what you’re getting when you’re walking into Knight’s & Magic. Mechas and magic and an isekai protagonist who knows everything because of his past life as a programmer. Programming solves everything.
Despite meeting viewers’ expectations, I will stop reviewing this series on an episodic basis. Don’t get me wrong – I know there’s plenty of other shows out there that are way worse. But this series just isn’t exciting despite its attempts to lure me in with the fact that Silhouette Knights’ core is a secret or the fact that there is a mole within the school. I can watch an episode and have nothing to say afterwards, which is exactly what happened here. Yes, I’ll keep watching Knight’s & Magic (against my better judgement), but this is the last time I specifically blog about it. Call it a lack of interest, I suppose. Sorry, folks.
tl;dr – the first victim of Summer 2017 on The Lily Garden is Knight’s & Magic.