Post Reply Myriad Colours Phantom World: rejoicing in innocence, discovery and acceptance
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I think by now we’ve all scrolled over someone’s disappointed wailings on Myriad Colours Phantom World. Maybe you were even one of those left feeling deflated, because you were expecting more from Kyoto Animation’s latest series. But then again, somewhere along the way, perhaps you caught a glimpse of something in its day-glow shades; something that persuaded you, for reasons unknown, to stick with it for one more episode. Both of us had the same experience of the show here at the blog, and I’ve been scratching my head for a while over what strange enthralment the series held. But now, I think I’ve put my finger on it, and the secret was waiting just below the top layer of goofiness and monsters-of-the-week.

For more on Myriad Colours, check out the rest of our feature on littleanimeblog.com - https://littleanimeblog.com/2016/04/09/myriad-colours-phantom-world-rejoicing-in-innocence-discovery-and-acceptance/

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