I had zero expectations when going into watch these specials. Basically the only reason why I did it is because I have closure issues and was scared i'd miss something important to the story... which I found out by the this episode that it was completely untrue.
If you're just trying to kill time, or are like me and just need to watch it because of curiosity then go for it, but also know that you're not missing anything at all if you dont watch this mini series of specials.
Its not my call though, im just a picky person who if Im not constantly entertained
by a strong story line then im usually finding myself becoming bored and distracted easily, so I watched it simply to get through it, even though it really was not that interesting at all.
The weak point of these special is more than likely the story- because there really is none. They are short little mini-sodes that are entertaining to watch, especially if you're like me and love these quirky characters.
There isn't much other point to watch them for though. It's really just to hold onto if you enjoyed this anime a lot. (Like you don't want to let go of the sweet taste yet that the main anime gave you, this can help prolong that taste.)
So, the best part about these specials is to just sit there and enjoy them for their short few minutes. Don't expect to
get an amazing plot when these are not even half as long as the usual anime episode.
Overall, I give these short specials a 9. And remember, story is the weakest point, but that is to be expected.
By the time you read this review, you could have probably watch one or two of these specials already since they are so short, but I'll write it anyway.
To start, these specials are only around 1 min 20 seconds long each so it won't take long to watch all of them. They pretty much consist of short comedic episodes and some of them touch upon a little bit of the daily lives of a character or two. One of the them focused on a quick summary about Suguro's morning routine. Another one gave a quick glimpse of the return of the person
Rin beat up early in the series; I think you might remember once you seem and recognize he's the first main demon Rin faced.
I think I've already said most of what I could say. If you liked the comedy in Blue Exorcist, these are for you. If you didn't, you might want to think about skipping them. Some of them are kind of stupid though, but most are entertaining.
I watched Ao no exorcist specials with hopes of finding something funny & entertaining to watch in "Ao no exorcist"'s style as I liked the series for its humor & I wasn't disappointed.
My advice is to watch these specials if you are a fan of "Ao no Exorcist"/s comedy.If that is the case then you should watch these specials as they are only 2 minutes long.Although,make sure to watch the main series first.
Their is no real story,just some parts from everyday life of characters & some of their likes & dislikes.So if you want to know more about your favorite character then you should definitely
The art is nice but don't expect anything as great as in the main series since it is not as detailed as in the main series but still it is not bad for a special.The movements are not as sharp but still nice.
I liked AnE's(Ao no Exorcist) characters.All main & side-characters get at least one episode centered around them & we get to know more about them,either their interests,hobbies or anything else which they either like or dislike.
There are no opening & ending songs.Although the voice-acting is done nicely but still there is not much to expect in this department.Also,any mame-shiba lovers are welcome~:D
I enjoyed these specials.They are short & funny,just what I want.As I said before,watch them only if you want something more from Ao no Exorcist franchise:D