Manga News: Check out this week's new manga (2/16/15 - 2/22/15).
! Visit the new forums for Tokyo Ghoul and The Gamer!
Forum News: Vote in the final phase of the Anime Awards 2014
Sora no Method
Production: Bandai Visual
The story begins one winter day when the wish of a few girls was realized with a miracle, changing the landscape of a town. "In the skies above this town, a disc is always there."
The Key studio connection was immediately obvious. A very good first episode. Lovely animation and direction. A potentially interesting plot with a lot of potential emotional impact, what I really want from an anime (loosely) associated with Key.
---------- Post added at 11:11 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:08 AM ----------
Potentially one of the seasons better anime. I have high hopes for the rest of the series.
I agree, the first episode was pretty interesting Nice animation and it looks like there's a lot of potentialy great mystery and drama. Definitely going to watch this for now, let's see where it goes.
Key anime. Quality artwork. They make you laugh. They make you cry. They make you expect 'feel good' anime, only to give you tragedy... or they flip it around. It's always good though.
Looks like there is good drama potential. The ceiling it has is low for me as in the sense of what it can offer, but storyline can be neat enough to make this happen.
Hm so far nothing that special.
Sure there might be potential. Well I won't expect too much.
At first I though Noel is a ghost, looks like she is something different though. Though what exactly is that thing in the sky and is nobody able to see it or is everybody just like "yup normal for the countryside"?
PS: Noel is f-ing adorable!
They are not like "Yeah, it's normal". Recall the talk with the banner girl. Everyone sees it and that thing up in the air is pretty much the reason why people flock to the countryside.
"Woah, the girls are so moe! And Noel deserves a special mention."
That's basically what I thought when I watched this episode. OK first episode, hopefully it won't be as bad as Glasslip.
Although I repeat myself: Noel is so cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuute!
So the Saucer is... Dangerous? Noel didn't look that happy when Nonoka wanted to get rid of it. I actually expect a sad twist at some point though i can'tt say for sure why and when.
---------- Post added October 19, 2014 at 06:35 PM ---------- Previous post was October 12, 2014 at 09:43 PM ----------
What is a saucer book? Noel being "it" isn't really surprising but let's see why Nonoka apparently forgot almost everything.
I actually wonder why everyone hates "Noel" though. It looks rather pretty and imagine the possible success regarding tourism!
---------- Post added November 05, 2014 at 06:18 PM ---------- Previous post was October 19, 2014 at 05:35 PM ----------
I wonder how anyone can be touched here. The drama is extremely forced. What are they? Middle school students? Yet they still act like something that happened 7 years ago for whatever reason is like the worst thing ever? Nonoka was a little kid. Anything could've happened. Basically bullying a 7-9 year old girl for betrayal... That is just childish and stupid.
The whole drama is based on nothing whatsoever apart from an ufo-like thing in the sky which is portrayed by a blue-haired loli.
I just don't get this show. Am I missing something here?