Thanks for playin', buddo! I'm glad you've enjoyed both shows. Which one did you like better?
Glad to see you dip into Stardust Crusaders too. You won't like it as much early on, and it'll take a while for you to really start enjoying the show. It's a slow burn. Stardust Crusaders is faithful to the source material to a fault, almost nothing is left out so the pacing is inferior to the first two parts you already watched, which edited and trimmed down Phantom Blood and Battle Tendency to become ideally paced for anime. But while it feels kinda stuck in the mud at times, Stardust Crusaders slowly ramps up, and after a while you'll enjoy the hijinks and adventures Jotaro & Crew get involved with. Much more than Part 1&2, Part 3 truly feels like it earns the "Bizarre Adventure" title. And when it's all over, you'll wish it had kept going. Stands at first don't seem as interesting as Ripples, because in the beginning they barely scratch the surface of what Stands can do. But after introducing the principle characters, the Stands start getting weirder and weirder, and the battles become just as inventive and strategic as the ones in Part 1&2. By the end of Stardust Crusaders, the Stand battles blow Ripples out of the water (pun intended). They're just massively so much more powerful too that at best, you could use Hamon maaaybe for some basic utility (like walking on water and shit) that honestly isn't that necessary in most of these battles.
Umaru is my guilty pleasure of the season.
I've watched about 10-11 episodes of Steven Universe. I'm starting to come around a little and find Steven less obnoxious, but the kid is still a massive dipshit.
The music in the show is pretty good, up until anyone starts singing. Well animated too. The setting kinda bugs me because I want to place it in a real location, but it feels like a synthesis of a bunch of different places. Like, half SoCal beach, half Jersey Shore, half Pac Northwest, half NE coast. It's weird. I also find myself kinda groaning at some of the more obvious anime references, usually because they're so transparent and rudimentary, but that's just me being an anime hipster.