Jie Yao


Antidote

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Alternative Titles

English: Antidote
Synonyms: The Cure
Japanese: 解药

Information

Type: ONA
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 9, 2020 to Mar 26, 2020
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Light novel
Genres: Slice of LifeSlice of Life, ComedyComedy, Shounen AiShounen Ai
Duration: 18 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.021 (scored by 27192,719 users)
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Ranked: #36052
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Popularity: #4937
Members: 10,476
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Synopsis

Cheng Ke has lost everything. Coming from a privileged background, he now has to search through trash to find his missing possessions. When one of his frustrated outbursts results in him being punched in the face, Cheng Ke finds himself unfortunately acquainted with terrifying gang leader Jiang Yuduo.

Circumstances lead to Cheng Ke becoming a tenant at a new apartment—which just so happens to be rented out by Jiang Yuduo. Cheng Ke's inability to complete even the most menial tasks forces him to overly depend on his landlord, and as a result, the two form an indescribable bond.

However, there are darker forces at play in the lives of both Cheng Ke and Jiang Yuduo. The two men are haunted by the pasts they left behind, and meanwhile, danger lurks around every corner. With mysterious figures following their every move, gang wars raging in the streets they walk on, and enemies itching to bring them down, Cheng Ke and Jiang Yuduo must always have each other's back.

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Opening Theme

"Jie Yao (解药)" by Jia Jia (贾甲)
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Ending Theme

"Xiao Cun Liulang Ji (小寸流浪记)" by Jia Jia (贾甲)



Apr 11, 2020
envoirment (All reviews)
This is a nice series which is now fully subbed and up on youtube. It's about the unexpected friendship between completely different men - one a gangster and the other a rich kid. My review is spoiler-free.

Story 8/10

The story is relatively simple at first, but as the series goes on it gets more interesting. There are some nice twists and interesting topics raised.

Art 7/10

The art is good/fine overall, but some of the animations could be a bit better - particualrly the lip movements at times.

Sound 8/10

Good choice of music in certain scenes and is used to build tension at the right points. The voice read more
May 13, 2020
Angelo_McGee (All reviews)
First of all, I love chinese culture, but I also hate it. Censoring a kiss scene? Same? It annoys me. It is really annoying to watch a BL without explicit romance (this implies that it is a any friendship). But that's okay, except for that, Jie Yao surprised me!

As soon as the opening started - that is a lovely chinese jazz - I freaked out inside: shit, there's something really good about this anime! The soundtrack is quite reasonable, but it fits perfectly all the time. The chinese accent is also very pleasant to hear.

Art is a little unstable, but it's not bad. Jian Yu read more
May 5, 2020
silvergate (All reviews)
STORY: Very simple story that revolves around two characters. There isn't really anything interesting going on except the friendship/love development between these two.

The art is your typical Chinese anime, but a little more adult-like. There are a few mistakes that kind of bothered me like the change of clothing in certain scenes, lip and hand movement and face angle changes.

Honestly, I only watched this because I was on a Chinese anime sprint, but I did finish it because of the characters. The comedy is good, but it's funnier in Chinese than in subtitles.

It also has a happy ending, and tell me someone who read more
Jul 25, 2020
09171 (All reviews)
it's about as strong an anime as you're going to get when it comes to a boy's love story without an overt communication of the "love" aspect. as someone who strongly appreciates seeing fleshed out gay relationships, the amount of times i watched this just wanting cheng and jiang to kiss already was high.

granted, there was also something nice about the pure platonicy of it all. it's clear this story is meant to be seen as a gay romance -- all of the hallmarks are there. but instead the characters only remain close friends. so, y'know.

if you want some sloppy and hardcore gay fucking, maybe read more

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