Though this may easily change by the time this post goes live (as I’m currently writing it about two weeks in advance!), the last completed anime I watched is the donghua Jie Yao (Antidote)!
I reviewed the show here. I liked Jie Yao quite a bit. It had light Banana Fish vibes without the same level of emotional taxation, and at 13 episodes, I was able to finish the entire thing in one free afternoon. Jie Yao tells the story of a rich kid named Cheng Ke and a street punk Jiang YuDuo who have to face their pasts together while working to secure their futures. As they do so, they grow closer day by day. (Yes, this is a BL title.)
It handles addressing mental health with such dignity and respect without downplaying the challenges that go along with living with/loving someone with them, and I was impressed. Likewise, there weren’t any “I need a man to save me” vibes in sight, which may or may not be a good thing depending on how you feel about such themes.
You can watch Jie Yao with English subs legally on Youtube by joining the BiliBili channel or by becoming a VIP member on the BiliBili website. I wish that Sentai or Funi would licence it, or even that Crunchyroll would air it, but if you want to see it, I’m sure you can find a way!
…stay home when you can, wear a mask when you can’t, wash your hands, and stay safe!