The writing and direction in the episode were very cool and the pacing was excellent. The characters still need to develop a little more, Porta, for instance, was pretty much redundant during the episode, but the voice acting particularly from Masato’s character, Haruki Ishiya was really good.
There is a lot of excitement about the amazing animated tv show called: The King’s Avatar (Chinese: 全职高手; pinyin: Quánzhí Gāoshǒu) aka Quan Zhi Gao Shou. This provides background info and news in preparation for the release of Season 2 and the Live-Action series
It has a good start and the silly-factor made it interesting and there was lots of fun stuff that I really enjoyed. Alas, in the end, the show was less innovative than I thought it would be and this will be the last review.
Just so you know, you can vote too! Select users tab above the review block and rate the epsiode yourself. This review is prompted from the news article ‘wishlist of anime for the Summer Season of 2019‘. Episode 1 was also reviewed HERE. So, I was nervous that the first episode was too good and ..
This is a showcase anime. It’s a little like Gegege no Kitaro in that it’s 50 years old and has been done a few times, it’s therefore highly respected as a story and also an important part of Japanese Anime culture. There were never going to produce a cheap and nasty version of Bem and I gotta say, it definitely lives up to the hype!
Very thought-provoking, intelligent, exciting and fun. I really enjoyed the info about Calcium Carbonate as wasn’t aware of all its uses or importance in our society. So, it was a fun show and I learned something. All we need now is some disco-dancing-vampire-bikini-girls and maybe baseball, and it’ll be perfect!
The episode is called the Dragons daughter and we were introduced to her as the show opened. She assists her father or guardian, to run an orphanage and they both look after some sweet little orphans.
The series is based on the “momcom” fantasy light novels written by Dachima Inaka and illustrated by Iida Pochi about a poor dude reluctantly travelling around a World of Warcraft type world with his OP (Over-Powered) mother in tow
In this episode (called The Heart of a Fire Soldier) we are introduced to a new character Arthur Boyle. Shinra and Arthur grew up in the same academy and Shinra, who always had trouble with communicating effectively, suffered a little jealousy because of the seamlessly easy manner that Arthur managed relationships with people
I thought it was great! The voice acting was the highlight although the graphics were great too, especially the use of colour. Production values were high and the direction was very tight. The all important coolness/funniness and sexiness was very high. Next weeks episode is called Necromancer – I cant wait!
Although the show is marvellously produced, well voice acted and has great characters that are developing at a nice pace, it’s written for 12 year olds. There is nothing for us older kids here!
This is the second episode of the anime reviewed last week (Demon Lord, Retry! – Review – Episode 1) and I still don’t hate it but the next show will have to be special to give a thumbs up recommendation to you. This weeks episode is called “Golden Luna.”
The first episode is called, Lost Ones from Another World and once you got the hang of it, the show was ok. This is a show which I will definitely apply the three watch rule before deciding if it’s worth viewing to the end of the series
The first show was really good, a little slow moving (as voiced numerous times by members of the family as we watched) and some of the acting was a pretty poor and hammed up, but it was definitely watchable and I am definitely watching more
Before watching I was frightened that it could be a silly fan-service, crime flirtation full of girly blushes and macho stupidity – all knickers and guns. I was pleasantly surprised. The two main leads were equals in every respect, both with clear personalities and motivations and completely different cultures. It was over in what seemed like 5 minutes
We weren’t allowed to see anything other than their two dimensional personas which seemed flat and shallow. I found myself not caring of any of them managed to accomplish the levelling exercise or not. I guess the over the top nice dude with the allergies was just about tolerable, but …. naa not really, he was a just a limp dick where as all the others were just dickheads
The show was great, it it hadn’t been for the stoopid whiny, overly dramatic bit from the middle to the end, the show would have been much better and appealed to older fans and not just teens
This first episode was really good. Well produced, I’m not impressed by the style of animation but it was ok I guess, voice acting excellent and story was good too. Overall cool/fun/sexy factor was high too. I’m probably going to watch each episode of this series judging from the first episode (I know it’s too early to tell yet, but this is that good)