Sousei no Aquarion Evol is set in the spring of 1966. Shin Tsukishima, who is travelling to get a crystal radio, meets Yuno Kawazu, a girl crying on a beach in Izu. Shin and Yuno are guided by the Book of Genesis and meet each other halfway. The boundaries between three worlds begin to distort.
Original episode that will be screened at Project Aquarion's 10th Anniversary event scheduled to be held on June 28, 2015.
It was awesome. Seriously. That ending... It maked me cry when Sousei no Aquarion OP started playing...
Anyways, it was an ONA of course, so you guys shouldn't expect too much. Story was bad. It was really bad. I watched non-subbed 5 minute ago. If you guys watched Sousei no Aquarion nearly 1.5 years ago, like me, it makes you shout at Apollo's appearence is shown.
It was boring. I don't talk about this much, because I don't wanna give you spoilers.
It was the same as Aquarion Evol. If you liked that art, there is no problem.
Awesome ! Like the other Aquarion TV series, sound was really
good. (Sousei no Aquarion, Aquarion Evol) Especially when ONA is ended, there is a black screen, where is cast is shown, in background, playing Sousei no Aquarion opening playing...
You just enjoy when your favourite character is talking :D
Story - The story is poor, I won't go into too much, it had some decent amount of action, but it does feel very rushed. We have the characters of Genesis (Apollo, Silvia and Reika) meet the characters of Evol (Amata, Mikono, Zessica, Kagura, Yunoha) and one thing really bothered me. This takes place after the events of Evol, yet for some odd reason Amata and Mikono seem to have no clue whatsoever of who Apollo or Silvia are. Another complaint is some characters like Silvia and Reika are rarely seen or heard from, and that Apollo seems far too OP. This would have
been far more better as a movie, the pacing might have been better as well.
Art & Sound - Art is the exact same as Evol, with the same recycled music from Genesis and Evol (still never get tired of listening to it)
Character - It's good seeing the old characters again, and when you see Apollo fighting with Kagura, it's comedic yet wierd at seeing how similar they are. While I found Apollo and Kagura comedic, I was very disappointed at how little screen time Silvia and Reika got, and how pathetic Amata still is.
Overall - It is enjoyable due to the combination of music and action scenes which is typical of Aquarion, yet what is also typical of Aquarion is a flawed story that has serious pacing problems, as well as poor character developement.