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Wasurenagumo

Wasurenagumo

Alternative Titles

English: Li'l Spider Girl
Synonyms: Wakate Animator Ikusei Project, 2011 Young Animator Training Project, Anime Mirai 2011
Japanese: わすれなぐも

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 12, 2012
Producers: Production I.G
Duration: 25 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company

Statistics

Score: 7.401 (scored by 5328 users)
Ranked: #17272
Popularity: #1967
Members: 8,763
Favorites: 17
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Both are 30 minute OVAs that leave you speechless or utterly jawdropped.
Both are about ordinary people dealing with supernatural creatures.
Both are short stories which take you to a world you don't know very much about but there is some "other" that the main protagonist is up against. Also, you may not know exactly who the protagonist is until towards the end. Both end in a little bit of a twist, Wasurenagumo more than Cencoroll, and while Cencoroll will definitely leave you wanting more, after watching Wasurenagumo you may want to take a break. And think.
Two wonderful and creative shorts (about half an hour) - I highly recommend both and to keep an eye on future productions from these directors and artists.
Both have supernatural events going on, both have only 1 episode, both leave you asking for more
While I was watching Wasurenagumo, I had simmilar feeling like watching Aoi Bungaku. If you like one you will probably like another too.
There are yukai in both Anime and this short reminds me of a particular part of the story in InuYasha early on where they have to deal with the spiders.
Both Anime use a Gothic art style and also use bright colors mixed in. Both stories are of the horror genre. The stories also have a bit of mystery to them.
Although Wasurenagumo is not a horror, but is about Japanese legends too. And I think you might like it as much as Ayakashi: JCH
Both of these titles are single-episode TV specials whose stories focus on folklore fantasy creatures coming to life/being released and a small group of people who must deal with the creature(s) before they threaten lives too much. Shoka is more of a historical piece with ink drawings coming to life, whereas Wasurenagumo takes place in modern times and has a creature that was sealed away getting loose from its sealed location. Even so, The story manages to be self-contained in a mere 24 minutes, and the visuals, while of different styles (boy are they more roughly stylized in Shoka, probably to fit with the theme of ink drawings and calligraphy), are interesting.
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