Aria the Avvenire

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English: Aria the Avvenire


Type: Special
Episodes: 3
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Sep 26, 2015
Producers: Shochiku
Studios: TYO Animations
Source: Manga
Genres: Sci-FiSci-Fi, Slice of LifeSlice of Life, FantasyFantasy, ShounenShounen
Duration: 21 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 7.961 (scored by 73767,376 users)
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Ranked: #5852
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Popularity: #3549
Members: 19,703
Favorites: 93
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Jan 6, 2017
Veronin (All reviews)
It's been some five years since I last watched Aria. In that large expanse of time, I've had several moments where I wondered if there was something missing in my experience of the series, as while I always thought Aria to be pleasant and enjoyable, it never quite had the same magic that so many others seemingly felt.

And indeed, with the beautiful Euforia playing once more in Avvenire's second episode, I was truly, honestly, starting to become convinced that I was wrong. But as the third episode drew to its close, and I noticed I had not felt much of anything since Euforia left read more
Jul 11, 2016
PyraXadon (All reviews)
About 10 years ago from the time of this review, the world was given the gift that was Aria, a series about the little miracles in life and to appreciate the gift of others. With Origination finishing up the main series back in 2008, we never expected there to be any more and that the story would just be washed away with that gentle little end. But here we are years later with the true and final installment of the Aria series, Aria the Avvenire.

Story: Taking place a few years after the end of Origination, we return back to the world of Aqua read more
Oct 20, 2016
blaZofgold (All reviews)
I think it's safe to say that Aria the Avvenire was truly a miracle of an anime.

First, some history. It's hard to appreciate this incredible ending to the Aria series without a bit of backstory. Aria began as a manga series in 2002 and enjoyed a very successful six-year run following the story of Mizunashi Akari and her dream of becoming a Prima Undine. It was adapted into a three-part anime series: Aria the Animation in 2005, Aria the Natural in 2006, and Aria the Origination in 2008, with both the anime and the manga ending at around the same time. And for seven long read more
Apr 7, 2016
Arcdash (All reviews)
Well, it has atmosphere. There's lots of sweeping shots of the scenery, and the sound design really fits the location well. Aria is known for its beautiful artwork, and it certainly delivers when it comes to that. There are tons of shots of towns and oceans and bridges, all lovingly rendered to the sound of strumming string instruments and angelic voices.

However, when it comes to the characters themselves, the art is not nearly as good. They really stick out compared to the beautiful scenery, all very plain compared to the backdrops behind them. Even tables look detailed in comparison. read more