I went into this series expecting it to be yet another generic isekai series & in the end that’s what it turned out to be. What’s kinda disappointing is that that there were numerous instances when I felt like it could have been more. Unfortunately, whenever some interesting plot element or character development surfaced, it got squashed as quickly & anticlimactically as possible. While it was most likely due in part to a desire to wrap things up In the time allotted, the end result is u
I am very much a fan of anime that takes place during the Victorian era because I adore the period dress of the characters so Gosick got points from me right away just for that. The first few episodes admittedly were a bit odd to me & didn't seem to make any sense. However, as the show goes on all the bits & pieces start coming together & the overall story that is laid out is quite engaging; most notably the backstories of the two lead characters, how their pasts bring them together,
Really good. It’s basically about kids going to a hero school. I love the intros, and the art style. It’s a classic, and a must-watch if you like main-stream anime. That being said, it’s not exactly bland.
As someone that grew up astonished at the hardly discernible polygon of the early technical age, Ajin's animation didn't seem to bother me all that much. Certainly didn't subtract from the interesting storyline and characters. In fact, this show has one of the greatest antagonists in the quinquennium of anime. Satō (real name Samuel T. Owen) is enough to carry the plot as far as adversaries go, yet there is so much complexity to his character and it's an intriguing journey. Ajin has a rather uni
Perfect tribute to Ashita no Joe, with just enough individuality to be interesting on its own. Fairly enjoyed the balance between paying commemoration to a classic while exploring fresh elements. Hip-hop artist Mabanua sets an excellent mood between that of the average Joe, hustling through a dream of wanting more out of life. Although character development tends to rely too much on whether or not the watcher has ever been invested in the material of its counterpart. Whereas this thirteen episod
At first glance, Violet Evergarden seems like an anime muddling between themes and uncertain about its course of direction. It's easy to get sidetracked by the extraordinary visual work of Kyoto Animation. Their salaried employees prove that the extra leeway yields great quality and indeed, Violet Evergarden is stunning! Touching on emotional conveyances with detail in anatomy and atmosphere. It almost eclipses the bizarre account of a weaponized fourteen year old, running rampant alongside hard
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