I think I was watching a different show compared to the masses. While I think it’s good, it’s nowhere near classic level the hype is raising it at. The comedy part of the romcom is okay, the production values sky-high, but the real story is far and between. The real juicy bits are when we get real character development like the last episode, but with 12 episodes and more comedy heavy than anything it’s hard to ask for something it’s not trying to be. Well, at least what we got this season.
Delicious first episode and really satisfying ending.
Funny slime takes over the world.
A ridiculously satisfying plot twist that turned Your Name into something very special.
Likable and overall cool guy MC solves the problems of pretty girls.
Your enjoyment depends on whether you can endure the first episode. I thought it firmly established what kind of show and world you’re getting into, however the other half of the anime community didn’t think so.
More than just a campy homage to a style of show I haven’t seen for a long time. It’s more than a monster of the week affair, so give it a couple of episodes to kick in. Its ending is better understood with knowledge of the original series but I can’t fault it for that because SSSS.Gridman wasn’t made for me.
Sure it’s about diving … sure.
Better, but I think they forgot to write the ending.
Just plowing through the campaign. To believe a multi-million dollar company made this is astonishing.