To the Abandoned Sacred Beasts

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3.5
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  • 47 out of 53 people found this review helpful:
    Poor 1st episode; spoiled a lot of mystery from the original way too fast
    To start on a positive note, Animation is of top quality. Fluid, well drawn, colorful, crisp, no jarringly obvious CG detected. Character design is faithful to the source material. Argument to be made that they could have preserved the original art style (which notably used some very somber, dark tones), but let's be real - carrying over handdrawn style is very rare with anime adaptations. It's a ...
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  • 4 out of 8 people found this review helpful:
    Japanimorphs: battle for soul and love
    Did you see the drum roll? that scene in the beginning made my panties wet. If the art remains consistent, this story of Micheal Jackson vs Wolvarine seems promising. Captain Ahab must uphold the oath, and maybe find his white whale, who took a fatal breast wound; or just collect an assortment of grills to fill the void left in his pancreas when baby ...
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  • 3 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Impressions After the First Episode
    After watching the first episode, I'm very much looking forward to more. The action is well-paced so far. A unit of soldiers called "Incarnates" can transform into a variety of mighty beast-human hybrids. There's a civil war going on, with technology pretty much the same as the American Civil War. Naturally, the Incarnates have a huge advantage, but they can still be killed with sufficient ...
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