Also it felt like they used Celty as a "Deus ex machina" towards the end.
I think towards the end it started to feel a bit convoluted. I think they could have cut down on some of the storylines.
Watched Durararararararara Ketsu it was alright. Pretty much the same quality as previous seasons.
Watched Dimension W last night and it was alright. I don't think that there's much to it but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
I honestly don't see where the overwhelming positive feedback comes from. It's simply not that great.
Also I feel like the ending was far too cheery for the theme of the show. Everyone being happy and everything working out feels so bland.
The killers identity was in my opinion too obvious way too early. I get that they want to leave hints but you shouldn't expose it early on.
It became abundantly clear that no matter what happens he would be able to fix it. I wish the show would have had a more helpless theme.
With him going back to 2006 the show kind of lost a sense consequence. I was no longer thinking who he could save after that point.
I thought the first episode was pretty solid and all in all liked the show until episode 5 where the MC goes back to 2006.
Just finished watching Boku dake ga Inai Machi (Erased) and it was quite a letdown.
Also what annoys me the most is that this show plays it safe as possible. At this point it feels like they have a formula to making anime.
Like how he was drinking and was so cautious with his actions. I thought they were foreshadowing his true self but then they just off him...
There was some interesting ideas at the start with Manato. They could done something interesting with him.
Obviously in the end he comes through and uses that MC plot armour against the ultimate bad guy.
First of all the MC is so basic. He's pretty much made to be reflected on. In the first few episodes he's barely a character.
Finished Hai to Gensou no Grimgar it was pretty bad. I don't see a way they could have fucked up this concept any harder than they did.
The ambiguity with the characters past is somewhat interesting and if done right could bring a breeze of fresh air to this pile of clichés.
3 eps in Hai to Gensou no Grimgar and it seems pretty bad but i think that there's some potential.
Also it feels like the characters act in the most convenient way possible so the story can flow and you don't hit a brick wall midway.
There are several points where a character asks something they should know just so they can have a lengthy explanation of what it is.
Also through out the show they take extra measures to insure that the audience understands what's going on.
Everything they explain in the first episode is later told over and over again making the explanation completely useless.
Finished Schwarzesmarken and idk where to start. It's quite bad. I guess at the very start the show opens with an in depth explanation.
Saw "The Little Prince" about a week ago it was pretty good. Don't have any real gripes with it. I mean it's not perfect but i enjoyed it.