Angel Beats!, one of the more popular animé in recent memory, is a 2010 series from Key Visual Arts, the same company behind Kanon, Air, and animé classic Clannad. Unlike most of their other works, though, this one was not originally a visual novel, meaning that they had no foreground to work with – everything was completely original this time. While popular, that isn't a sign of quality, so the question must be asked: Is Angel Beats! good?
"It doesn't matter how many relationships we seem to have. We're all alone."
Okay, yes. I realize that no one requested this. I also realize that it's been out for some time now. However, the biggest reasons I'm actually giving this a review is because of the fact that I have just finished reading the light novel by Yukito Ayatsuji and that it's half past 3AM and I have nothing better to do. With that being said, it's Time for Another review!....
I promise not to make another pun.
Sitting here trying to figure out how to begin this review was probably the hardest part about starting it. I have no idea where to begin and where to end the talk about Baccano. The thought of not knowing where this review would end up quickly became the perfectly ironic start for talking about this crazy, unexpectedly suave Anime.
Hello there! Skip the introduction and let’s get straight to the boobs!
Oh… wait a minute? What’s all this in between the boobs? Is this… actual plot development? No no… it must be cleavage. The genre says ecchi so it has to be over the top ecchi madness with no plot… right? WRONG! I’ve got to say, I was pretty impressed with this anime. Not because it was the most spectacular anime around, but because it was so… weird…
I have rated this series 4/5 because there is no such thing as a 100% perfect series
This series is without a doubt one of the best series I have watched. It doesn't hold back with its dialogue as you will soon see upon watching this series. (if you do not like swearing I suggest you avoid this series)
The dub for this series is up there with Fullmetal Alchemist in terms of quality, yes it is that good. And it wasn't even done by FUNimation.
It seems that October's rolled around and I thought it'd be only fitting to compile a sort of Halloween-ish review. You know, blood, vampires, ghouls, zombies, and otherworldly abominations that are meant to traumatize kids under the age of ten. So to reign in the new month, I decided to start off light and as the month progresses, the reviewed series that I choose will become more gruesome and terrifying.
So how about we just get into it. Here's the first review of the month: Bludgeoning Angel Dokuro-chan.