Humanity Has Declined

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4.4
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Happy Yet Thoughtful
    This show displays a mainly cheerful and humorous atmosphere, yet the presence of a deeper meaning always lingers. The very in-medias-res setting gives the entire story a very curious demeanor.
    The mix between the notoriously bizarre humor and the more mysterious and emotional moments gives the series a great balance.
    Wonderful show for those who enjoy a bubbly series!
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    There had to be one good show this season. Here it is.
    Most of this show doesn't make a great deal of sense, partly by design and partly (presumably) because of rushing through the source material. And it's a comedy, so you can't really get strongly attached to the characters or situations. Oh, and the episodes appear to be in random order time-wise.

    But it's cute without being stupid and funny without being tired. And the main character is awesome ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Pastel Coloured Doom
    About the weirdest anime I've seen for a long time. Setting the often travelled backdrop of human decay following some catastrophe against a deliberately uber-cute fairy-land in happy, smiley pastel colours with a very dark humour takes some getting used to. I like it.
    The fairies are on our side... but in sort of twisted way and with an ulterior motive O_0'
    They might look cute, but that's ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    A creative, clever, and interesting series.
    There is a lot to love about this anime, which not only does its job to tell a good and entertaining episodic story, but it also presents us with a lot of interesting ideas and scenarios to boot, and pulls us in with how compelling the show is, both explicitly and implicitly. The characters are memorable too, with the main character being a somewhat average introvert, with a twisted, snarky and ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Intelligently random and scary funny. Thought provoking satire.
    Humanity Has Declined is now one of my new favorite shows. I would advise, as have many others, that this is not for viewers who want things light, fluffy, and easily/over explained. There are many layers in these episodes, and the comedy is usually dark and comments on society. The dialogue is very quick and witty, and the characters are flawed in fantastic ways. Although the "technology" is ...
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  • Equal to watching paint dry,
    I don't know why they even bothered to produce this sad excuse for a Anime. This is what happens when they have no good story to work with its just a waste of the artists time and effort.

    They don't even have real names for the characters. They call her "Human" "I" "sweets" in Japanese. How hard is it to name someone?!

    The art itself is also cheap it looks unfinished and the backgrounds are ...
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  • Light, Refreshing, Weird
    I thought this was a post-apocalyptic series, it was but not the dystopic kind. For th most part it is light-hearted, but our heroine gets into some sticky situations. The human characters are stranger than the fairies. Almost everything goes in some wild tangent that I did not expect. It is similar to "Alice's Adventures in Wonderlang" and "Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There", ...
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  • Weird, but in a very good way
    This anime is very weird, but in a very good way. It does leave you thinking a lot! The Fairies' Time Management is an episode that's not very good, but the episodes after that do a lot to revive it. Episode 4 gives a lot of good tips on making manga comics, and the first two episodes are downright funny! Definitely worth a watch but if you don't like weird anime then steer clear of this one!
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  • Cute, enjoyable yet WTF? XD
    Pointless yet enjoyable. Cute and fluffy and full of fairies and candy, yet also full of dark humour, and one of the damn right weirdest series I've seen. After I've finished I felt like "what the hell did I watch", nor could I explain what I just watched.
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  • 0 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    It wasn't my cup of tea but it was OK
    Personally it isn't my cup of tea as it is a little too crazy but then for some people that may be a good thing. I wouldn't say it is terrible just at first I was left feeling confused until I realised that the episodes are best watched in two episodes per viewing.
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