After watching the announcement of the anime I quickly went and read the webtoon (right now I'm behind with several weeks of content), I can only express what I've felt watching the first arc adapted to anime with one word: Amazement. I would recommend it to shonen fans right away!
'Might not be the fanciest anime ever made, but what I saw made me really satisfied in terms of animation.
They also did great in modifying the introductional episodes and making it more lively as an introdu
Before I start getting into the show, I have not read the webtoons the anime is based on.
Animation's pretty awesome with fast-moving fight scenes and a distinct bold art style.
Will be honest: to me, Bam was so bland and uninteresting due to his lack of personality, but Khun and Rak I think made up for that.
Soundtrack is decent and the finale (last couple of episodes) was by far the best part of the series: it left the story on such an open/cliffhanger note, it made me want a s
It leaves me hungry for more. Definitely funny moments throughout the series. I actually skipped the first 6 episodes at random because I just wanted to see some fancy cooking right away "anime style." Then I never went back to re-watch them 😄. Definitely got hungry all the way through this one, my recommendation, don't watch on an empty stomach.
Downside to this show is it takes awhile to get going in between cook-offs, or I'm just impatient 🤔
Overall, would watch again for orgasmic d
Adorable little mini-series made to promote conservation efforts at Dо̄go onsen. Hi no Tori characters, redrawn in a modern style, felt at home wiith the mythic history of the hotsprings. Stories went by incredibly quickly, so it felt like a lot of information was glossed over.
Hi no Tori, or in English, Phoenix is an adaptation of famed mangaka Osamu Tezuka's unfinished work. The series is a collection of 5 short story arcs who are united by brief appearances by the titular Phoenix, and a focus on humanity's progress through difficult transitions. Each arc is 1 - 4 episodes in length, and it is better to watch and absorb a single arc at a time than binge the entire series. The art style and narrative elements can feel a bit dated to the contemporary anime
Alright, let's get this review done.
8 out of 10 stars for me.
Let's get more in depth.
In the beginning, the show is brilliant. A normal yet brilliant student named Yagami Light finds a "notebook of death" to kill people with. Simple, right?
However... He doesn't use it for evil (depending on your views). He does it for the betterment of the world. He starts using the notebook to kill criminals left and right, all across the globe, seemingly by supernatural means. Soon enough, cul
If you’re here, you may be asking: “What’s all the hype about this anime?” It’s not exactly action-packed like Attack on Titan, or over-the-top with political caricature as in Hetalia. It isn’t a brilliant cat-and-mouse supernatural thriller like Death Note. So what exactly has people talking about a slice-of-life fantasy anime where people get turned into animals?
Assuming you’ve seen season one already, (and if you haven’t-- you should watch it like, yesterday,) then you should be fam