And the way that the Mud Whale actually changes is so satisfying to watch. Overall 4 Story 0 Animation 0 Sound 0 Character 0 Enjoyment 0 If you asked anyone to describe Children of the Whales, they would probably call it a tragedy. Sound director Jin Aketagawa known for his work on some other fantasy series impressed me with the overall direction. That being said, the main attraction on paper is so far the setting. Indeed, the characters in the show is a mixed bag. Mais ce calme pourrait prendre fin suite à sa rencontre avec une étrange jeune fille: Lycos. Before even watching, I had to be less optimistic because it meant the likely event that the show will omit content and also leave questions for the viewers.
Complex themes woven into the story are not delivered through tiresome exposition. I rarely found annoying given that it allows for the many interesting themes to be visible and easily analyzable. Une saison 2 a été annoncée? Do us a favor and do it. As I said before, the premise seemed interesting. For 100 unmarked, with a lifespan of ~100 years probably on the high side, but that makes the math easier , and a uniform distribution over age, we would expect about one person to die per year, and therefore at replacement, about one should be born.
Arrêtez vous sur cet anime. Felt like too little happened with too much unnecessary talking. Another cliffhanger, but this time I'm actually really excited to see what comes next. A badass Shuan again next episode? That pink guy cringes me every time he starts to talk, hope he dies soon. No one cares about how good a show looks if the story going alongside it is subpar. The Council is really irritating and looks stupid.
Why don't the inhabitants of the island have permission to fight? Everything felt like slow motion. Chakuro is the main guy who bears a gentle personality. Therefore, we have 17-21 births per year. I just wish they took more time to expand the story and characters to really capitalize on this series as a whole. The only thing that could make you doubt is the Daimonias.
Some of the citizens hate the Mud Whale for how small and closed off it is. That's the sentiment Chakuro begins to lean towards after realizing the Mud Whale's rules are biased. The friends of the main three characters also have individual arcs. As if they were magnets, the more they experience the more through learning from each other and the tragic events they experience, their characters progress in visible ways. One day he makes a trip with some friends including Ohni to an island they discover nearby without the authorization of the Council.
J'attend impatiemment la saison 2 et je le recommande! It's mostly the comedy and the character tropes that give it away. Au début je me suis un petit peu ennuyée mais je ne m'attendais pas à un changement de situations assez brusques et c'est l'une des raisons qui m'a poussé à bien m'intéressé à cette histoire!. But even during the low points, the show is still stunning and it held my attention constantly. However, the story's fast pace here churned along without much regard for each subsequent event. Mais ce calme pourrait prendre fin suite à sa rencontre avec une étrange jeune fille : Lycos. The narration doesn't bother me even though it's excessive like Durarara but Natsuki Hanae has a monotonous and boring voice.
They aren't supposed to have emotions so they should just be indifferent. It felt like an anime that really wanted us to really embrace its ideas but fell short on capitalizing on all of them. In an endless sea of sand of the Sand Era, Mud Whale is a moving vessel composed of an unique civilization. Because they don't have the right to kill, yeah! Citizens of the Mud Whale feel like they belong there. Whether this turns out to be for the worse or the better remains to be seen. In a word, it's sloppy. If there's anything future generations would need recorded, it's this.
They do a good job of defining a turning point in the story but their mellowness is gentle on the ears. I feel that last sentence so hard. I never felt like the show wasted my time. Chakuro is the village archivist; young and curious, he spends his time documenting the discovery of newfound islands. The culture, the society, traditions and institutions of the Mud Whale were perfectly conveyed during this episode both through Chakuro's elegant words and tiny tidbits here and there. Staff, this anime really stood out in the artwork department.