With the introduction of an ultra-advanced AI that surpasses human intelligence, beings that mankind is yet to fully comprehend made from materials far too advanced for human technology begin coming into being. Lacia, an hIE equipped with a black coffin-shaped device, is one of these. In boy-meets-girl fashion, 17-year-old Arato Endo has a fateful encounter with the artificial Lacia. For what purpose were these artificial beings created? Amid questions regarding the coexistence of these artificial beings and humans, a 17-year-old boy makes a decision...
Effects of synthesizing human intelligence due to expressing amount of emotions may considered to be just a petty schmuck cardboard detail. Let alone it brings no utterly sense of redeeming plot that tells within poor cringe setting apart it's memoir caricature.
Pretty sure, you won't expect anything usual besides it's turmoil humor other than the premises, Besides every visuals where too shiny more than came from a cheap third-rate crap. Along the details, Stories we're out linear on set of timing, characters we're too one dimensional with also had a self inserted whiny BETA c*ck, who regains her former fapping doll as his personal guest.
Referring to viewers who's state on early depression, that depicts your inner epitome of life looking how bad it is. Nothing's casually way more worthless than an edgy satirical degenerate that transcends into a detestable c*nt.
There is NO well written gaps as on crossing a boundary between sub interior to deepen as well it keeps a shallow truth that lies on behalf mindsets. A balance we're indeed forced by contradicting uncountable amount of plotholes and fed up horrible pacing that intends to be left through it's current aspects of the whole show.
Oh look? a Former REDJUICE design coming from it's new ver. or indeed the new Guilty Crown mixed up with a lot of overly innuendo on Clockwork Planet. Which is an absolute trainwreck. Feel free to judge this simulator vile concepts cause it's beyond nauseating which includes in the trash.
Beatless is a show with great potential, but terrible play.
It lures the viewer in with its tag line: I trust in your smile, even if you are a robot.
As the synopsis says, this show's setting is about humanoid robots integrated in human society. The story revolves around a new model of hIE, which can defeat military grade forces, and there are multiple of them. One of these new hIE-s has formed a bond with a high school boy, and possibly face some drama in the future.
The show's robots, hIE-s are past the uncanny valley. They already seem to be great use to society, yet
the society fears them and acts violently towards them, by breaking the law, destroying these robots, which are only helping the elderly and serving as vendors, next to many useful task.
Exploring the details intricately of these concepts could have lead to a deep philosophical Sci fy anime, that could be mentioned next to the names of shows like Steins:Gate, in the hands of capable producers and writers.
Instead we get glorified teenage girls in overexposing clothing fighting with over sized mecha weaponry, a wannabe Shinji clone, my single most hated character in the entire anime industry in the form of Arato Yuka, and a story more pathetic than Mirai Nikki's ending.
Couple of spoilers from episode one an two:
Right after the main protagonist gets beaten up to the point that he coughs up blood, the heroine shows up and saves the day. Without visiting a doctor, or anything the now bonded by a (BS) contract walk home to find the MC's sister waiting. Without questioning the origin of MC's new hIE, or the marks left by the beating (which are miraculously healed by) she accepts the new member of the household and the three of them proceed to make dinner...
Later on the sister, Yuka registers Lucia, the newly found hIE in a beauty contest,, without asking permission from his brother which she wins.
Spoilers end here, the show is, and probably will be filled with poor and badly written cases, of witch, given the context should never have happened, given that Yuka is not existing.
You see, Yuka is my most hated character in the anime industry, and the creators have not even made her to be hated. There are characters like Seryuu Ubiquitous or Jofery Baratheon who are made to be hated.
I hate Yuka because she has no redeeming quality, she is ignorant, selfish obnoxious, reckless and idiotic. "Yeah, but we were able to get Lacia back, and I ate some good food, so I'm fine now!" (this sentence refers to an even of episode three, where Lacia was kidnapped ) is a line that perfectly describes her.
And the worst thing is her character is used to justify events like the beauty contest. Her character actively ruins the anime with every single second she is on the screen.
The animation is above the average, but its not something special. The music is kinda generic and resembles those which are found in futuristic technology videos that are complete bull-crap.
So yeah, if you wanted anything good about this show, turn around and don't let it fool you.
becareful when you reading this, maybe contain some spoiler ok
lets take a look at the characters, its interesting to see weak male being helped by a strong woman, the effect is amazingly good but i only say this based on the first episode, well i hope the next episode is more than amazing lol
lacia is really really beautiful character its good to be paired with arato, i wish there will be a lot romance scene in the next episode, beacuse action genre will always be good to be paired with romance
the story in episode 1 is a litte bit predictable , so dont think
about anything when watching this anime, if you think then maybe you will lost your interest at this anime, so far so good i will watch the next episode soon because i think its worth to watch
This might be disinteresting, or in the lines of Toji no Miko, a good story plot that moves too fast for it's own good, that breaks the flow of the story and becomes far too convoluted to the understanding of many. As such with Winter 2018 2-cours, the worst record for 2-cour starts.
In a post-futuristic world where androids known as hIEs are created as a means to collide with the human world, these artificial beings are a measure of far superior AI human technology, and when that threatens the future of humanity, creating corruptions around the city, our MC 17-year-old Arato Endou encounters Lacia, an
extraordinary hIE, a red box, that will change his life and involve him into the convoluted setting that's of typical terrorist attacks and whatnot.
Honestly, the story presented thus far seems interesting from a general standpoint, but overall, it's not going to draw more eyes into watching this show, which of now is surprisingly going at a pace that comes and goes like the staff intended to.
I'm honestly not liking the selections of characters here, it's more than the simple idea of just calling them generic, they're outright basic and sometimes annoying to the point of "Please switch the character focus!" So with that, I'm not gonna bore by showing character traits as for now, they're just for show.
Diomedea shows are always hits or misses, and I would like to say that this falls in the in-between section for now. While the futuristic aesthetics look decent, the action itself is, or should I say, over and underwhelming to say the least. Sure, for now it looks OK, but I would honestly like to see where this series go from now on to display all that's worth.
Like most Winter 2018 anime out there, the selling point is always the music, and specifically for a damn strange reason, for less-than-stellar shows this season I really question the use of famous artists, like GARNiDELiA and ClariS here. Sure, their songs are great on its own, but to sell the show based on the OST here, it is a quirk that I realize that will follow future trends of anime. One such example is Pop Team Epic with an amazing OP, and this show does the same example. It's not bad with the tried-and-true formula, but I wished there was more unique set pieces.
Overall, with only 20% of the show in the way, I'm NOT sold on the show, but am interested at its progression, and can understand the frustration of extending the original source material with filler scenes that don't make any sense at all. Maybe another yellow light at this and see it at the halfway-point.