Yoru no Yatterman Episode 12 Discussion
Apr 5, 2015 1:50 AM
Apr 5, 2015 12:38 PM
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Joined: Mar 2012
Oops they ran out of budget here, but some awesome zany animations earlier makes up for it. The end was surprising and beautiful, how Ga chan & Ally who opened her eyes became true Yatter, and the trio agree to acts as villain & never see them again.
After the awkwardly edited first episodes, pacing fell into place, and did feel like a classic kid's show which I expected.
Really liked some OSTs & OP/ED too.
Apr 16, 2015 7:36 PM
Apr 18, 2015 3:38 AM
Joined: Feb 2008
They didn't sing the Doronbo theme song, I'm disappointed.
So when they announced this show and released promo material, I kinda wanted to avoid it since it looked like one of those "gritty" "grimdark" "edgy" takes. First episode looked better than what I expected, but still wasn't sure. But thankfully soon it turned into Yatterman and into a very enjoyable show. I'm glad they went the funny route, since it gave me many laughs.
Final episode had the inevitable, some say predictable, but it was bound to happen. Gatchan and Ally becoming the new Yatterman was done well, and I liked the scene where they fight Dokurobey while both theme songs were playing. I liked how they used some shots from the opening, but yeah, the Tonzura fight was really sloppy and cheap, but thankfully they'll fix it in the bluray release.
Overall, as a comedy show it was pretty good. Characters were alright with some good development. The story was a bit on the simple side to fit the formula of 70s Tatsunoko, which isn't a bad thing, but not a good either. It could have used a bit more polish on the writing, and it could have been even better. Oh well, it was still the best show of the season, with other good shows ending with disappointment. Still, it succeeded as a comedy and Yatterman show, so 8/10.
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