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Aug 14, 2017 12:49 PM

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Great great show and Bell's monologue at the end was pretty good.
We even see the person who's supposed to kill Nonoko just before the Dragon takes off again.

I think it's safe to assume that Bell has died and is a part of the Dragon's teeth again as he said in his monologue whether Nonoko would laugh if she would hear his voice seeping through the teeth.

Shibana flies away still being a dragon's dentist, in her beautiful form to do whatever she thinks she has to finish.

Oh I still wonder why there was a small version of the Dragon she was attending to in her final moments, maybe it shrinks when it dies.


Great show, ridiculous but so good at the same time ^^
9/10
 
Sep 3, 2017 8:29 AM

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This was unique and I really enjoyed the art style. I also really like Nonoko. 7/10
 
Dec 6, 2017 5:16 AM

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I wanted to learn more about Blanco and why the hell all the bullets wouldn't hit him.
 
Jan 23, 2018 2:02 AM

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Someone is typing?
A plane?
Dragon.
I hear that TsudaKen voice in the background.
Bell knows them.
Dat headshot.
WTF at Blanco just standing there. These dudes got Stormtrooper aim?
Dat flashback.
WTF! Blano survived the crash untouched.
Shibana wants to bring back Takemoto?
Shibana acid trip.
Dem hands.
DAMN! Dat kiss. Dat tongue! All dat tongue!
Dat black ball.
The dragon fell.
Blanco sprayed them all.
It exploded.
Holy shit! It's taking all their heads.
Blanco killed TsudaKen.
Blanco shot Bell.
It got Blanco. His luck couldn't escape that.
It's the boy who will kill Nonoko.
Shibana left.
Nonoko looks for Bell.
Dat gun.

And that was the end. It was good.
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Mar 17, 2018 12:07 AM

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Overall a really interesting show with an interesting premise! I wonder if it'd be enough to make a TV series out of it though? Would be nice! Wishful thinking, of course.

Too bad Bell died.. again. :\

9/10!
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Mar 18, 2018 2:25 PM

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So Shibana lived, how lame. How could Bel die and she gets to live, how unfair. The series was very good though, simple plot and a good lead character Nonoko ( love it when she pouts).

Although I felt there was more to come though, judging by the way it ended. I guess it really needs a full series no matter what, I really need a series like this.

Overall it was good but short though.

7/10.
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Mar 31, 2018 9:45 AM

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Pretty nice! Some of the CG shots in the early parts of this episode looked pretty rough, but they really made up for it with the ending, which just looked absolutely gorgeous!

Overall, a pretty good way to wrap things up.

7/10
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Apr 22, 2018 5:16 AM
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I know this is old but I have this thought. The plot armor guy is a dentist, he knows when he is going to die so he doesn't care about standing anywhere, it's not his time BUT the boy that fought fate and didn't accept his "time" was brought to "change" the time of the plot armor guy so even tho the plot armor guy wasn't supposed to die yet, he did. That's my thought anyway.
 
Sep 17, 2018 5:01 PM

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While I enjoyed it, I wouldn't recommend this show to others unless they too have a secret crush for Tsurumaki-senpai.

The first episode introduces a lot of ideas, like the war setting, the various types of Mushi, the Dragon and its factions (the dentists, the military, and later on the monks), and how Nonoko predicted her death. Normally I don't mind rushing things a little bit, but a lot of these were barely touched upon on these two short 46-minute-long episodes. On top of that, there were those developments that just came out of the left field, like Mushi being capable of fusing with humans, how the rest of society deals with their day-to-day life alongside the Dragons (as seen on the airplane scene), the Dragon having a weak spot, and Blanco having some sort of connection with the dentists (either that or the gun was giving him supernatural powers, like some have mentioned on this thread).

There's a bit of charm to all the "mystery" surrounding these poorly developed elements, but still... Like some others have said before, I hope they can make a proper, full-fledged series next time.
 
Oct 24, 2018 11:09 PM

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I feel like this series is going to end up being forgettable to me. The first episode was pretty interesting but the second episode didn't explain much and the characters lacked much depth to them. It had the setup of a full series but it obviously couldn't carry out a lot if its own ideas to the fullest :/

5 or 6 out of 10. Ehhh...

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Mar 21, 10:13 AM

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Damn that was quite something, the animation, especially the colours where totally impressive in this episode! That ending was really amazing and quite lovely actually. Anime like this really makes you think to be honest, and to have such an ending was just magnificent I must say!

Really enjoyed watching these two episodes of pure greatness with such an unique setting and pacing. Really liked it!
 
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