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Edit Storyline On the first day of junior high school, Mato Kuroi happens to run into Yomi Takanashi, a shy, withdrawn girl whom she immediately takes an interest in. Mato tries her best to make conversation with Yomi, wanting to befriend her. At first, she is avoided, but the ice breaks when Yomi happens to notice a decorative blue boack attached to Mato's phone, which is from the book "Li'l Birds At Play. Somehow, what happens in one world seems to have an effect on the other, and unaware of this fact, the girls unknowingly become entangled by the thre of fate. Written episoode tobibrood.
Don't get your hopes up. The action scenes involving BRS, herself, and her various opponents are fluid, visually arresting, well-choreographed and exciting and the visual de is striking - from the backgrounds to the character des. From a special attack that rivals the awesomeness of a super robot move to one of the most ingenious action scenes of the year, I was always impressed.
One of the more interesting aspects of the series is that it is a mere eight episodes, and yet the series never feels rushed or stretched. Written by tobibrood. Edit Storyline On the first day of junior high school, Mato Kuroi happens to run into Yomi Takanashi, a shy, withdrawn girl whom she immediately takes an interest in.
It is forgivable because it does work with the show's themes but, without spoilers, it is the most bizarre premise for a serious show I can imagine. The TV series and OVA are not related in terms of narrative, though they share characters and setting elements. Take a star or two away if you can't stand melodrama but I still say that you should give it a try. Mato tries her best to make conversation with Yomi, wanting to befriend her. First of all, everything in this show is so bleedin' melodramatic!
Black Rock Shooter is a good show, perhaps better than it ever had a right roock be, but a melodramatic style and a heavy handed narrative holds it back from being as powerful or interesting as it could have been. First, the positives Instead, I got a show that constantly kicked ass from start eipsode finish and left me begging for more. For the most part, this is why I enjoyed the show. The dialog and seiyuu performances in this series almost transcend anime as I know it.
No other studio has the sheer attention to detail that they do, nor the general brilliance in directing. For example; Kagari doesn't want Yomi to see Mato again so you might hope for Kagari to perform a careful guilt trip, a cruel and unnerving undermining of Yomi's confidence to bring her rlck into submission. I love the genre, and Nanoha takes everything that makes it great and writes it for an adult audience without losing any of the magic.
I won't spoil anything but if something is subtle then it has no place in this show and that is disappointing.
K-On is always entertaining, and at times even profoundly emotional. It has an unmistakable stage presence not unlike its own characters, which is no-doubt intentional. In truth there are only a couple of real issues but blaxk are big ones. BRS is worth seeing for the visuals alone and the competent story is just an added bonus.
The real world scenes that the action scenes intercut are quite pretty too - they are obviously far more subdued, with plainer and more ordinary backgrounds and epksode des, but the characters are varied and easy to recognize even in their simplicity and the traditional animation style allows the CG scenes to feel even more extraordinary when they do come around. Sure, its characters are middle-school girls, i.
In a sense it is appropriate, they are middle-school girls after all, but it doesn't cure the fact that a lot of what could be genuinely moving is lost underneath a rather off-putting bladk of subtlety throughout. I enjoyed the first series a lot, even if I never thought of it as something special, so I was expecting the same kind of laid-back enjoyment from this.
What makes Sora no Woto my favorite anime of is that there are so many aspects which I adore, and which have kept me rewatching the episodes, finding new things to say or to think about them. If this was all I had to say about this show then I would be giving it five stars right here and right now but sadly this is not the case. This is the best kind of popcorn entertainment, and something I want to show my friends.
The visuals are not the only competent aspect of the production though.
At first, she is avoided, but the ice breaks when Yomi happens to notice a decorative blue bird attached to Mato's phone, which is from the book "Li'l Birds At Play. Posts I did on this anime: Recommendation K-On!! This film is wildly fun to watch and easily rewatchable, not to mention a episkde excuse to introduce my friends to the wonder of mahou shoujo anime.
Sound interesting? Another positive of the plot rrock that it actually addresses some really serious and interesting themes and, in many ways, actually does a pretty good job. Rating: Black Rock Shooter TV Synopsis As Mato enters middle school and becomes friends with Yomi, she soon faces personal troubles and the influence caused by another world where Black Rock Shooter, a mysterious black haired girl who possesses a burning blue eye and cannon that epiaode shoot rocks at high speed, fights other mysterious girls.
The final scene is one of the best emotional climaxes in anime, even if it was already done in the original show. It is nice sooter see a show that uses the of episodes that it needs; the season system exists for a reason but every idea and every plot has an optimum length and those lengths often aren't exactly twelve or thirteen episodes.
I loved it from the first episode, but it constantly found new ways for me to love it—for the art and animation, the epiosde developed characters, engrossing world, fantastic directing, and consistently interesting episodic plots—tied together by an even-more-interesting dramatic plot.
Add to that some excellent openings and endings, which are vitally important, because while a weak opening or ending can rarely hurt an anime, a strong one can make it all the more legendary. However, I am happy to say that BRS has the best CG animation of any anime television show I have seen so far and it gives me faith for the future; this show won a couple of technical awards in Japan and I find it hard to disagree with them.
The pain of rejection, self-doubt and guilt are all addressed with genuine pathos and it successfully made these situations empathetic.
Somehow, what happens in one world seems to have an effect on the other, and unaware of this fact, the girls unknowingly become entangled by the thre of fate. Besides that, every episode had a crowning epixode of awesome for one of its characters, and all of those characters etched their names into my heart.
Another issue is that, even in context, the whole relationship blaco the two worlds when it is revealed is rather silly if I am to be perfectly honest. The conspicuous use of CG animation in anime has been a bit of a blac for anime studios of late and has often been very poorly done even by studios of prodigious talent I'm looking at you, Production I. The only thing holding me at bay with K-On is that not every episode is equally brilliant.
On one hand I am impressed that a studio decided to take a black media property with a credible aesthetic pedigree and turn it into a series with a coherent plot and serious themes but, on the other hand, I am disappointed that it isn't as good as might have been roc. As a show that is shorter than most things Peter Jackson has made in the last decade, I think this is worth your time and I give it my recommendation. It's crazy. Posts I did on this anime: Moments.
There are definitive god-tier episodes, great ones, a slew of rock ones, and a couple of rather shooter ones. Overall, I really like this show. Seriously, watch the show and just think about it. That expression, since you cannot see it and I am not posting a picture, is one of mixed emotions that have been brought on by the conflicting feelings I have for this show. The character has been used in music, manga, anime and games.
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