The first episode didn't leave a big impact on me, but it had an interesting story, and after watching the second episode it feels that the story is moving along just fine. Two seemingly important characters are introduce, the detective and his daughter. One thing I really like was the opening song, it has a Spanish feel to it. Most likely I'll keep watching this anime, it has a pretty common story, but it still works for me.
I don't know too much about this anime, after just watching the first episode, but I'm going to keep watching it. The characters are interesting, the setting is different than what I'm use to watch, and they are well drawn.
After watching the above scene I realize that this anime has nothing new to offer. Of course she is so rich she can buy the school and improve it so she can be with the main character. Of course there are militarize maids that help in their missions. Of course they meet before, when they were kids, but he just doesn't remember her. This anime only lasted two episodes before I dropped it.
Itsuka Tenma no Kuro Usagi
This anime barely lasted the first episode before I dropped it. The main reason is the censorship they use. Sometimes it looks like when you take a picture and after you develop them you see this huge line going across it. Other times it looks like you took a picture directly at flash light.
The appeal of this types of shows is the fanservice, but this anime obscures it so much that there is no real fanservice. At one point the moans of one of the girls was just remove. Hyakka Ryoran Samurai Girls did a much better job at censoring. If some one wants to watch this they should wait for the uncensored version to come out.
This show is getting interesting and slightly more coherent.
Apparently this show has something to do with basketball. All I know is that Hinata is my favorite character in this show.
Ikoku Meiro no Croisée
This is probably my favorite new show this season. One of the complains I have for this show is that the animation looks kinda weird sometimes. It feels like they put more attention at the background than the characters themselves.