WorldEnd: What do you do at the end of the world? Are you busy? Will you save us

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4.7
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  • 33 out of 36 people found this review helpful:
    Just watch it, seriously
    It's rare when a show has both an interesting premise and good directing. Just reading the crunchyroll description got me excitied for an interesting story and world-building, but watching episode 1 made me realize the potential this show has.

    Why I'm excitied based up to episode 2:
    -No info dumps. There's a lot of plot setup and world building, but it comes naturally as the characters ...
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  • 13 out of 14 people found this review helpful:
    Excellent opening to a promising series!
    Ignore poor reviews and give it a shot for yourself. If any claim a lack of world building, as I know one review did, it's only because it doesn't spell everything out for you.

    It expects you to infer certain facts. The prejudices are world building. The flash backs are world building. The subtle hints throughout the first episode leave a great deal to be curious about.

    This series is ...
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  • 8 out of 8 people found this review helpful:
    A beautiful first episode, promising things to come.
    This one came out of nowhere for me. Spring was going to be all about My Hero Academia, Attack On Titan, Kado, and Love Tyrant.

    Suddenly, this poorly-titled show came out of nowhere with stellar animation, music and storytelling, and got me hooked instantly. I have no idea where this show will go, and honestly it come be terrible for all I know. But this show has potential, and a lot of ...
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  • 5 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Excellent storytelling
    This is how you tell a fantasy story. The show puts the characters at the center, and provides only the amount of detail about the world that you really need. No pointless exposition. That gives the characters room to breathe, and it gives us a thoughtful, passionate series about love amidst war that feels real and relatable despite the fantastic setting.

    This is not an action series; it's ...
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  • 5 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Needs some more explaining
    This is a reflection over the first season after episode twelve:

    It has a LOT of potential to be an interesting story. I had the the same feeling watching episode one when I first saw episode one of sword art online. Hopefully, the story doesn't slowly murder itself over four miserable seasons. Season one is mostly plot building and relations between characters. We often are told about ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    A series about characters and their feelings
    When I started this series, I was a bit skeptical, "fairy kids with swords? The hell?", but this show surely moves away from that premise, in a post-apocalyptic world about which we learn bits by bits, out main character is the only human left, having been beaten, cursed, have everyone dear to him die, and an outcast, he has a very lowly look about life, until he meet Ctholly...

    And that is ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Hidden gem of this season.
    Whoever shortened this title to Sukasuka needs get a raise. Holy moly this title is flipping long. Anyways watch this show because it is the hidden jewel of this block. If you want exciting action, comedy, fan-service, you have come to the wrong place. Now if you want lots of thrilling talking, conversations, world building dumps. moral and ethical discussions, and massages you are in luck. ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    great characters great plot
    This was just a random anime I chose from a list and it doesn't disappoint. A lot of animes have a useless male protagonist...but not this one! He has flaws and there are times I wish he wasn't so dense but it all works out and comes together beautifully.
    Everything works for me in this anime. Get ready for some feels baby.
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  • 5 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    A good story makes for a good anime. Excellent pacing of a good, original plot.
    Willem Kumesh one of the few surviving humans in a town of beastmen that doesn't like him. He meets a girl name Chtholly when she first comes to town, she's also human. He teaches her how to hide her humanity and then takes her to the highest tower in the city, where she wants to go. Soon thereafter several beastmen show up and take her away.
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    A fringe review of Shūmatsu Nani Shitemasu ka
    I must confess that I have grown rather tired of all of the light novel based animes lately. Perhaps it is because I am growing further and further away from the target audience which is usually young adults. Regardless of the reason, I have always found that light novel based anime typically tend to gloss over many of the details that are presented in their original pages. Of course, there are ...
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