GLASSLIP

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2.8
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  • 20 out of 24 people found this review helpful:
    Beauty through the looking glass.
    Final revise at season end. Added a rough summery at the bottom of the review as a wrap up of my take on what happened.

    This slice of life series starts out with a beautiful blend of softer music and an animation that shifts it's style depending on flow, focus, or spectacle. There is quite a bit of attention paid to the smaller background details as well. Despite the beauty of the art, this ...
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  • 3 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Looking excellent so far
    After finishing the first episode. I'm quite pleased and am looking forward to watching this show progress into its later stages. It has beautiful animation, lively characters who as a group are diverse in terms of their differing personalities, soothing music that fits well with the show, and an intriguing story so far to top it all off. If you're a fan of Slice-Of-Life anime or are a fan of ...
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  • 1 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Glasslip, the awaiting anime that explains all beauty
    Glasslip: From the same creators as Nagi no Asukara, releases yet ANOTHER beautiful anime! It's truly astonishing just looking from the environment; especially the characters' eyes. But none the less, just from episode 1, i wait patiently and eagerly for more episodes, not to mention there's already love conflict. (Though this brings back the NNA memories...) I'm very excited for this anime ...
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  • 14 out of 106 people found this review helpful:
    Boring. What's the story because I couldn't tell.
    Well Glasslip was one of the most boring pieces I have ever seen. There was no story line even hinted at in the first episode. It's pretty important for a first episode to establish a tone and direction for the story and this anime lacked in both. In essence this portrayed nothing. Nothing happened for 20 minutes. Just a group of high schoolers just hanging out only to have their boring lives ...
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  • 5 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Oh my. Already a confession
    Episode 1
    For those who have watched Nagi-Asu, Okikura reminds me of Tsumugu while Touko Fukami reminds me of Manaka. Yukinari... slightly like Hikari since he seems to have defended Touko at the end of the episode. Currently, it's a bit early since it's only the first episode so my assumptions could be completely wrong! Though, it seems a bit promising as it's by P.A. Works who did ...
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  • 1 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Initial Impressions
    It seems they decided to mix “True Tears” with “Nagi no Asukara”. The anime has 24 min. aired so far and it´s already interesting (It would be difficult to wait five days for ep. 2). The art is superb (as expected from P.A. Works), the character design and of course the soundtrack so far is EXCELENT. I have hi hopes for this show, I just pray it doesn´t become another disappointment like ...
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  • 6 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Final Review (off of 5ep). Enjoyable Slice of Life
    So after watching the first 5 episodes, here is my review / other opinions:

    This anime is very slice of life and has the same types of emotions that Nagi No Asukara had (from the same studio) except with a little less action. So for people who have already watched and enjoyed that anime... well you should be enjoying this.

    Story (4): Based around a glass-blower, her friends, and an exchange ...
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  • 31 out of 45 people found this review helpful:
    Glass is Some Times Beautiful Inside and Out, But....
    Glasslip is about Tōko Fukami who hangs out with her four best friends at a cafe called "Kazemichi." During the summer break of their senior year in high school, they meet a transfer student named Kakeru Okikura, who claims that a voice from the future talks to him, and that it's led him to Tōko. His arrival sets off a series of events that will make their final summer together one full of ...
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  • 2 Episodes into the show
    The story seems to be very interesting so far. There is definitely a lot to go by with love triangles. The close-knit group seems to be very attached to one another, and the group is a bit shaken when a newcomer shows up. He insists he knows the main character from "the future". We'll have to wait and see what develops.
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  • 8 out of 26 people found this review helpful:
    Pretty boring if you ask me
    I'm giving it one extra star because the animation is simply beautiful, but the characters are plain, and the story is really unfocused in the first episode. I know I"m not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but after the first episode, I couldn't even think about watching the second. They basically described what life is like for a high school group. I went to high school. I watch ...
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