I’m not sure I’d call Remake Our Life! good: at least… well, not yet. It has a lot of potential, but as it stands, things are One of the most intriguing things about Remake Our Life! is how it’s starting to really explore Kyoya’s studies. It’s hitting those Shirobako-esque notes I mentioned wanting way back in the premiere, though…to compare this to Shirobako is a disservice to both series. They’re different, and that’s good. Shirobako feels like watching adults find their footing in a field they’ve got experience in: Remake Our Life! feels like watching my past self fumble through college and trying to be young adult.