Well here’s a fairly new anime series for you guys to thoroughly enjoy. Based on the ongoing manga of the same name, Boku Dake ga Inai Machi is a series worth your time.
The story follows Satoru Fujinuma, a man who possesses an ability that sends him back in time moments before a life-threatening incident, allowing him to prevent it from happening. When his mother is killed, Satoru’s ability suddenly sends him back eighteen years to when he was still in elementary school, giving him the opportunity to prevent a kidnapping incident that took the lives of three of his classmates.
Beginning with Satoru, a wanna be mangaku in his late 20s in the year 2006. Satoru works part-time as a pizza deliveryman. He possesses an ability he calls “Revival”, which would bring him back to a time before a life-threatening incident would occur and allow him to prevent it. When his mother is murder for noticing a serial kidnapper in action, his “Revival” is triggered sending back 18 years into the past. This is where several several serial kidnapping happened by the same kidnapper killing three of his classmate at the time. Deciding to stop the killings before they happen in an attempt to change the future, Satoru befriends and protects Kayo Hinazuki.
A very intriguing story that will keep you saying “just one more”. The ost are smooth, accurate and well planned. Solid animation by A-1 studio. Opening song is spectacular and with 6 episodes released so far, Boku Dake ga Inai Machi is by far, the best series of this anime season. If there’s any series that you should watch, its this one. Airing every Thursday, be sure to watch it.
That kinda of thing happens. Seeing as how Akari moved on with her life. Found someone got married and all it makes one wonder why couldn’t Takaki do the same. He forgot about her in episode 2 till totally forget about her. His life since the beging? Well at lest from episode 2 on seemed so lonely and sad.
We got his story but bits and pieces of Akari’s. Wished they told what happened to Kanae in episode 3. What was actually sad was seeing how Akari and Takaki drifted apart and then how their life went after that. One found happiness while the other the other ended up sad, empty and alone. Takaki really should of been able to moved on.
Was pretty satisfied with the series. Good for a short 3-4 minutes show. Like the ups and down and all. Was surprised to see it getting a second season but none the less, was kinda happy too.
I enjoyed it and the last episode was for me, nothing more really needed for it. A decent ending.
Now I’m I big fan of this. If the opening or ending song of a series is to my taste and like, then I’m a getting it. The single I’ll download and look up the artist info. That’s how I got most of my songs that I listen to which by the way are all anime starting and ending or titles done by my bow favorite band. With bands such as Man With A Mission, Aqua Times, AAA.
For this anime season, the only song that appeals to me so far is both the starting and ending if the series Re-Kan! Good stuff good stuff.
Doing my search now to see which other sing if this season is worth listening to over and over again.
I’ve Just started watch the series and I must say, the whole concept sounds pretty evil. I don’t normally group or include an anime series with the whole secret society thing or go to that negative side but with this series and just the concept of if you feel stress, depending on your level you will be legally kill
even if your stress is just for a minute or two. Once that happens, you will be permanently label as an offender with no going back and judge. Even after you have calmed down, you are still an offender and will be taken in even if you haven’t done anything.
Machines installed in your brain having you synchronizing with software
it’s down right scary if you stop to think for a second what it really means. The food that they eat although I haven’t reach far yet, I’m sure that its all clone, genetic modified or whatever word you want to use to describe it food that they eat.
Changing appearance like if you’re in a virtual world.
This is just the fist and second episode I’ve watched so far so imagine the rest. No, in fact don’t. Watch the series and see if you agree with me or not.
All of this sounds like a conspiracy to me. A realistic one and something to come in the one world government. The New World Order. It all seem like something fun, enjoyable and desirable but at the end of the day, what price will you be paying for for this fun ?
In Fate Zero, The character I found most likable was the rider servant Iskandar. The way he act so easy going as if troubled by nothing
is very admirable. I especially like his speech in episode 11. The questions and answer he gave were very profound.
Such a speech/ conversation is one to watch one to watch/listen to over and over again until one knows it by heart.
His character is such that you can’t stay angry at him for too long. A true king.