Gintama - Still hilarious
Ore Monogatari - Still adorable.
Saint Seiya: Soul of Gold - Fucking terrible, don't watch it.
One Piece (anime) - Getting good again but only in flashback, go figure. It's one of those times where regardless of the production issues that have plagued the past couple years the awesome writing shines through.
Roshinante was a fantastic character. He's an idiot who acted with his heart but not with his head. Feels very appropriate that he had the Corazon moniker because that dude had heart. Even though he was going to die no matter what, I didn't want him to die. If that's not a sign of a well written character I don't know what is. Even his ability was awesome simply for harking back to a time when devil fruits had very simple specific capabilities before they jumped the shark in the New Era. Like I still legitimately hate Law's power because it's a bunch of bullshit but after seeing this flashback I'm glad he of all people got that fruit.
Also watched Batman vs Robin. It was okay. Whoever titled that movie is an asshole because if I had known that they were adapting The Court of Owls arc in that movie I would've watched it a lot sooner. Not as good as the book it's based on though that's more of a testament to Scott Snyder and Greg Capulo's amazing talent. Personally I enjoyed Assault on Arkham more.
Second looks like Jojo. Although after @jesushammer's post I may consider the manga. I got to either episode 6 or 7 and my biggest problem with it is the pacing... like if I blink or look away it always feels like I just missed a shit ton of stuff and I have to rewind or it's just too confusing... but some people on this site and this thread seem to live by it so I'm willing to press ahead.
I love the JoJo manga as much as the next guy but there are times when the art style makes it straight up confusing as to what the fuck is happening during certain action scenes. Araki does love his Italian sculpture poses and it's sometimes a hindrance when conveying his awesome fight scenes. Between the slick sound design and color palette I think it's worth going through the anime first and then maybe go back and read the books for reference and a better appreciation for that styyyyyyle.