Sabikui Bisco

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Synonyms: Rust-Eater Bisco
Japanese: 錆喰いビスコ
English: Sabikui Bisco
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Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 11, 2022 to Mar 29, 2022
Premiered: Winter 2022
Broadcast: Tuesdays at 00:30 (JST)
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: NAZ, OZ
Source: Light novel
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, FantasyFantasy, Sci-FiSci-Fi
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

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Score: 7.181 (scored by 8408584,085 users)
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Ranked: #31662
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Popularity: #993
Members: 209,529
Favorites: 1,322

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Synopsis

An apocalyptic event has ravaged Japan, leaving nothing but endless sandy plains behind, and a strange rusting disease terrorizes the remnants of civilization. According to the government, the horrific state of the new world is the result of mushroom spores being spread by the likes of Bisco Akaboshi, labeled the "Man-Eating Mushroom."

But Bisco would beg to differ. In reality, he is a "Mushroom Protector," determined to uncover the legendary "Sabikui" mushroom—said to be the ultimate cure for the rusting disease. Joining him on his quest are his giant crab Akutagawa and the kind doctor Milo Nekoyanagi, who is actively searching for a rust poisoning treatment for his sick sister. Despite the prejudice aimed toward him by the common folk, Bisco refuses to give up on his quest to purify the rotting world.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Jabi

Supporting
Saitou, Shirou
Japanese

Kurokawa

Supporting
Tsuda, Kenjirou
Japanese

Plum

Supporting
Hanai, Miharu
Japanese

Inoshige

Supporting
Inada, Tetsu
Japanese

Nuts

Supporting
Fujiwara, Natsumi
Japanese

Staff

Ikariya, Atsushi
Director, Character Design
Koizumi, Kisuke
Sound Director
Kubota, Takehiro
Episode Director
Murai, Sadayuki
Script, Series Composition


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"Kaze no Oto sae Kikoenai (風の音さえ聞こえない)" by JUNNA
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Ending Theme

"Houkou (咆哮)" by Bisco Akaboshi (CV: Ryouta Suzuki) & Milo Nekoyanagi (CV: Natsuki Hanae)
2: "Houkou (咆哮)" by Milo (CV: Natsuki Hanae) (eps 10)
3: "Buchi Nuke!! (ぶち抜け!!)" by Takeshi Ueda (eps 12)



Mar 28, 2022
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Another unique story with an interesting setting and cool art squandered by bad writing and shitty animation.

The first real scene takes place at a border crossing. The officer manning the checkpoint is making small talk with a man who’s trying to pass through, and both men are looking at a wanted poster. The wanted poster features a man with unmistakable red hair and green eyes wielding a green bow and arrow. The man trying to pass through is suspiciously covered from head to toe in rags, and he even wrapped his face. However, his eyes are visible, and they’re green. He’s also carrying a green ...
Mar 28, 2022
Before reading id recommend Watching the trailer, and you'd immediately know whether it's a hit or a miss for you.I can confirm the Soundtrack in the anime is on the same level. this is one of those few times that a trailer is so good that it gives you a proper taste of what's to come and also hype you up for it
Sabikui Bisco is a sleeper hit shounen BUT,
The final few episodes proved it is STILL a SHOUNEN anime :” D

Now, Let me bring up my fucking shounen chart

Worldbuilding — probably the best in a very long time
Power ...
Mar 28, 2022
In most shows I've reviewed, I primarily focus on the enjoyment and aspects that I noticed when I watched the show. If the show has terrible characters, then I would state that, if it has sluggish animation, I would say that too. However, most of that is put in particular aspects in which anything referring to art would be talked about the artistic backgrounds and designs of our characters.

For this particular case, I want to make a different approach to this anime called Sabikui Bisco and make a full-fledged review, vastly different from what I have written. Without further ado, time to start.

"I love you."

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