Ten years ago, a fairy by the name of Daisy appeared and asked the child Eiji Hoshimiya what his one and only wish was. Although his wish remains a mystery, the consequences were catastrophic. In an event called the "Great Destruction," the world started to fall apart as everything collapsed and countless people died.
Now, Eiji is a high school student whose only concern is his sick sister. He does not remember what he wished for; all that he remembers is that his wish caused the Great Destruction. In the years since that event, thousands of other people have also received abilities to make their heart's desire come true. These people called "Orders" are believed to be evil and are hated by the general public. However, some of these Orders are after Eiji's life in vengeance for those that he killed. Will Eiji be able to survive the numerous assassination attempts? And the biggest mystery of all: what did he wish for, and what were his intentions in wishing for something that caused so much desolation?
I am but a mere man. I am not worthy of experiencing such greatness, but our lord and savior Mirai Nikki's Author is a merciful god. He hath brought upon us Big Order, a masterpiece that must be witnessed by all.
The story topples even the greatest of literary works. William Shakesphere and Mark Train wish they'd live to see this anime. It is about a young man named Edgy Yukiteru, who wishes to conquer the world after obtaining a Stand that allows him to control anything within an uncertain area. See how mighty Edgy is as his powers let him break out of any situation that is most convenient for the plot! Crucial plot elements like "drama" and "tension" shalt not exist in this grand adventure, for they are mere illusions created by humans. Big Order transcends our reality and is above such trivial things, and the great god Edgy cannot hope to be harmed by anything due to his awesome power.
But, alas! Harsh trials await our dear Edgy, as he doesn't use his power in the most effective ways. Is it because he lacks intelligence? Heavens, no! One must not underestimate this seraph, for he is merely toying with his enemies and giving them the faintest chance of victory, allowing the intricate narrative to play its part. Such mighty foes lurk in the dark, with power over nuclear weapons and innocent hostages. Such cruelty! But that's not all! The entire world foolishly misunderstands Edgy's celestial presence as they blame him for the deaths of billions of people. With this, we are given an extraordinarily realistic representation of real people; it's as if the show were actually filmed live from a rally of the glorious Donald Trump! And even Edgy's friends are mysterious characters as he peacefully neglects to control them by force. Is there anyone he can trust!?
Yea, Edgy does indeed have a loyal follower, his lone younger sister. A pure and innocent being, she plays a key role in the story as the motivation and love interest of our hero, for his order is dedicated to only her. Such a human relationship, it's as if the show were actually filmed live from a rally of the glorious Donald Trump! The adoration of his blessed imouto fills him with determination and motivates the audience to cheer on their beloved icon even more!
See the intensity of the challenging duels between Order Users as they clash together; their gorgeous avatars dazzle the eyes of the audience, but only for a short time. While these battles appear to only last moments with few actions taking place, it is merely a sample of what lies hidden away. Our sinful beings are not worthy of witnessing the true battles of the gods, and such we are limited to quick brawls with ordinary tactics and simple abilities. Be grateful for what you have, mortal.
Truly, no words can describe some of the bold details of the writing; I cannot name specifics, for that would be spoiling and therefore tarnishing the mystical plot, but you cannot prepare thy rear enough for them! Big Order is a shocking and surprising series with amazing dialogue and entertainingly absurd ideas that are sure to boggle your mind. When one thinks they know the secrets and intricate details of the world, they are greeted with new, astonishing discoveries. Such is the truth with Big Order.
The cast is nothing short of brilliant. Edgy is truly an hero whose intellect and manliness is unmatched, as is depicted with the impregnation of Rei. His personality is locked away from all others--including us, the lesser audience. His lack of characteristics truly make him the perfect being. His short-lived accomplice, Yuno Gasai, is a murderous wench who seeks to destroy Edgy, but her attempts always end in failure, providing us with amusement. Only in Big Order shall you see menacing villains turned into comical relief! And the saintly Rei Ayanami is but an innocent wanderer in the story, but witnesses the excellence that is Edgy Yukiteru, and pledges loyalty to him for all eternity for small, simple reasons. May we all follow her example, for we too have small, simple reasons for our lives.
Appropriately, Big Order is depicted through art that surpasses the fine works of Michael Angelo, Leonardo DiCaprio, Bob Ross, and so on. The holy Stands are gorgeously portrayed by fine computer-generated animation reminiscent of the year 2003, a golden age when shrubbery was leading a great country and Nickelodeon broadcasted amusing content. After all, if we are to go forward, we must go back. Studio Assread has once again proven to be the future of the anime industry. And no other anime has such breathtaking and unique character designs like Big Order does; they are masterfully crafted and gorgeous to watch. Some say they are “fanservice-y”, but that is merely a sin they have brought upon themselves for thinking such dirty things. It’s only natural for a lady with rock powers to have rock-hard nipples, and it is your duty to respect that. Shame on you. It’s no wonder why many viewers have reported sights of an Ultralight Beam covering much of their filthy screens; it is only visible to the eyes of sinners to prevent them from further descension. Should you repent, you may one day become capable of viewing the mature content like a responsible adult.
Ah, the great sounds of jazz! An elegant series such as this has but the most charming of music pieces to accompany it. No matter the scene or situation, the power of brass trumpets and saxophones will sound triumphantly. The opening theme, performed by none other than the esteemed Babymetal, is an explosive tune that is sure to rock the audience, and the ending credits is a haunting, hallowing experience that leaves you craving another episode. But they cannot compare to the greatness of the jazzy soundtrack.
...Oh, dear reader. How have you managed to read this much without rushing over to HorribleSubs to legally view this sanctifying experience!? Run along, my friend! Tell your friends and family about the good news, salvation is here! We have truly found perfection, and it is none other than the ten episodes of Big Order!read more
Decent potential, miserable output. 1/10 Do not waste your time with this!
This anime is a complete mess. The main chararacter is the most unrelatable unbelievably arrogant bratty annoying POS MC since Light Yagami (at least Light's ideals were not so incredibly base as doing his best Hitler impression to satisfy his sister-complex), the plot is just a constant stream of deus ex machinas, there's no sense of realism whatsoever (all the characters are one dimensional and their actionis/reactions make no sense), the theme has been butchered by unnecessary OPedness of the MC (due to lack of creative problem solving), and they are so inconsistent in trying to do everything that they don't succeed at anything - not humor, not dialogue, not emotion, not mystery, not psychological warfare, not cleverness, not action, not magic, not character development, not dark themes, not light themes. There's just so much wrong with this anime. The mangaka should commit seppuku. This anime is a complete fail.
If Sharknado is your favorite movie, then by all means, give this a try. But if not, stay away!read more
I almost never drop an anime but this anime is so bad....... Well wait, 'This anime is bad' is the understatement of the century. It is not bad, but an appalling, obnoxious, detestable, offensive and disgusting piece of thrash and it threw away everything that was left of my faith in humanity. In the first episode we have: an anti-social main character who wants to take over the world, a random cute magical girl who gives him superpowers for no good reason, a little sister screaming 'ONII-CHAN!!' at least 10 times during her 5 minutes of screen time, a Yuno-clone who wants to kill the main character, some kind of supernatural organization whose members look like they belong in a circus and last but not least, the Yuno-clone gets tentacleraped.... And that is only the first episode! Why did I watch this? Why didn't I quit after that horrible first episode? Why? At first I kept hoping that it would improve and after a while I just watched it to laugh at the pure stupidity of this anime. If this show was supposed to be a parody of modern edgy, supernatural anime shows, it would have been a great anime. But sadly enough, it isn't. Big Order is pure thrash. Also, the lack of a story and the amount of fanservice are both hilarious.
Normally, I would write something about the story, the sound, the art and the characters, but I just can't. Every second I have to think about this anime gives me a bigger headache. I just have one advice: Don't watch this anime, spare yourself and don't watch it! Peace!
Have you ever watched something soo bad, but is good...that would be big order. Big order is an anime that i was anticipating, the author who wrote "My future diary" wrote "Big Order" so i thought i'd like to see what else he has in store for us. But my god this is a joke...literally i find enjoyment in making fun of this shit xD. Let me explain....
Mirai Nikki + Code Geass = Big order's story xD.
Would be decent if the female lead's character design didn't remind me so much of Yuno...
I just can't stand this soundtrack so far have nothing for it whatsoever -_-
Lelouche - Intelligence = MC
Yuno - Yandere status + Hatred toward MC = Female lead xD
How am i enjoying this you might ask? Don't i find this to be complete shit so far? Why yes, i do. However i think it's funny that it tries to take itself seriously at times. I find myself roasting it at "critical" moments in the story x'D
So far i do think it's crap, but in all seriousness this could change to an 8 rating who knows. Maybe i am unfairly comparing it to Mirai Nikki...But i doubt it'll get any better seeing as this will only have 10 episodes. Ill be watching weekly for roasting sessions, so hopefully ill be watching it seriously after a bit.read more