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24 of 24 episodes seen
To start off, I really loved this anime. The first few episodes were good, but when the story started to get explained I fell in love. (Im big into occult lore and religous beliefs around the world. Im not necessary religous but i love to read about them)
The story was amazing. The way the who made it did a great job, they only gave pieces of information each episode so it would keep the viewer questioning whats gonna hapen next and keep guessing. It may get confusing at times especially near the last six episodes, but the viewer understands most of it. The romance in it is different. Instead of trying to pit the two lovers together right of the bat or in the middle and working their relationship from then on, the company actualy made subtle hints at what they could be and did something great in the end of the story in my opinion (trying my best to leave out the spoilers) which turned out great.
The art was very easy on the eyes and was pretty nice. There was nothing really eye catching but there was no mistakes either in my opinion. The company did very well with what they had. They used very little CG and I couldnt tell they did at all, so the way they blended the works was amazing, usually the viewer could tell easily that the person(s) attempted to cover up the CG but in this anime I havent noticed at all.
People may cry about how certain people in the anime were just annoying due the amount of yelling, crying or whimpering some of the characters did but, this goes for the character side also, I believe it was great for the anime. Dont get me wrong it may tend to get annoying at times but the company kept true to the characters they created. Some may be scared and depressed, while others are full of life and carefree. The rest of the sounds such as the songs and magical/guns/explosions/ect were amazing. not one flaw that i could see in it but, they werent the "masterpiece" quality in my opinion, but they were great.
This company did perfect with the character development and creation. The viewer could easily tell each person by their personalities. (and some of the sound goes here as well) Like I said in the sound paragraph, the company kept true to their characters. The way they had their characters react to certain situations were amazing, or how the characters would develop over time into either a better person or worse person depending on the character was fantastic and yet keeping their intial standard emotions was amazing. This anime did right by this and I applaud them. Good Job!
I generally enjoyed the whole series but the first few episodes in the anime werent the best, personally I'd like more of an impact begining but this anime doesnt need that. They introduced the viewer slowly and caught the person up to speed on whats happening, but this has its flaws. The viewer may get bored right off the bat because he/she may think that this anime has no story at all and may drop it after the first few episodes. Its sad but true. Also there was a few episodes that wer a little too slow that seemed as though the company were trying to drag on certain scenes than they should have. But thanks to the last six episodes it made the anime worth every little thing they may have done wrong worth it. (even though they were minor :P )
Overall I lved this anime. There were some dull moments but most of the time it was great. The weak parts of the anime may be minor, but the strong points in the anime are great.
I believe this work is realy great and is worth watching, even those people who read the manga and are die-hards for the manga version the story of this anime may touch your heart and is compelling. It may not be the same story as the manga but this allows you to watch a whole knew story take form and enjoy what it has to offer. Hope you like it read more
25 of 25 episodes seen
PLEASE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES DO NOT WATCH THIS ANIME, YOU WILL REGRET IT. AND IF YOU DO, YOU CANT SAY I DIDNT WARN YOU. read more
5 of 12 episodes seen
Based off a series of novels this anime follows it closely. Its your normal highschool boy struggling to gain power throughout the anime and is feared for the power he may one day posess, with your typical harem mixed in with it. But what i find interesting in the story is the christain's church's staning in it, i loved how the anime talks about fallen angels, angels and demons are battling each other (or once did).
I want to say the art is better than a 7, but i just cant. there were quite a few instances where they could have worked with the coloring and even the backgrounds a bit more or add certain details in some of the combat. but overall it was good so there i nothing really to bash on it about.
The sound was good, the sound effects were spot on but could have been chosen better at certain times again. the songs wer decent nothing really got me all hyped about so all in all, it was good.
Every character was different which was nice. dont get me wrong they over exagerated certain aspects of the characters but that is its humor in the anime so i dont see a fault in it at all. such as the perverted teenager is exagerated beyond words but, its humorous in the situations it puts him in. Now with the 12 episodes of going through certain character's backgrounds it did very well. Now if they get a second season and stick with the novels it will soon tell the story of every person in the group and explains why each one was chosen by Rias (the master devil of the group) and why they hold grudges to certain groups.
I really enjoyed it but this may be a little biased due to reading the books and getting really pumped for the show. But if you dont mind all the perverted scenes go ahead and watch this, its funny, puts the viewer in a good mood (most of the time), and has a decent story which is easy to follow.
Overall it was very nice. It may have some bad moments throughout the anime but overall it kept me either laughing, or on the edge of my seat waiting for more every week. And i hope whoever watchis this anime will enjoy it as much as i have. read more