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Angel Beats! Is always interesting, I was hooked from start to finish which took about a week. I actually stopped at episode 11 because I didn't want it to end but eventually I had to finish it. While I won't spoil anything the ending is the only anime ending i've ever shed a tear to. Key uses many different tactics to get the viewer to truly care about the characters, besides the pure sympathy used with the main characters, humor is effectively used with sub-characters. Even though these characters never get the spotlight you will probably remember things about each one.
We mainly started watching it because me and my best friend was bored and browsing netflix. It at first seemed like an odd concept, an entire group of people going after one girl? Anyway it's entertaining enough as a past time.pikachu36 rated 10.00:
So I finished this show with mixed feelings about it due to the end. I can't really say anything bad about the show. I really liked the art work and let alone I love the plot for it. To me it was worth watching and I could not have been happier with the show. The only thing that lost me in dissarray was the ending....the ending was done so perfect... I loved it and though it was fantasic but also sooo sad I had mixed emotions at tht part and didn't know weather to be sad or be all like awww because of them and there love. It was one hell of a ride and I would deff own the series and watch it again and again.Miss-chan rated 9.25:
Angel Beats is a great mix of different elements that turned out to be brilliant. With “immortal” characters, different weapons and a great animation, the story is involving and captured me completely from the first episode. There were pure epic fight scenes, mainly with Yuri, AKA “Haruhi Suzumiya with a heart”, but it also exceeded in comedy at many moments and also drama. I cried, laughed, and got impressed with the animation on some tenshi (angel) scenes. The more we understood of the objectives of the world, in which the story is told, the more we wanted to know the past of each character, and that’s where the story could be better. In 12 episodes it’s hard to tell the past of each character, but I think there was so much story to be told, like how everyone died or something. And the last episode focused on the emotional so much that the story got slow and very different than the rest of the episodes. In summary, it was great, worth to watch, but the length ruined it a little. How shallow minded!riho88riho rated 8.00:
I have to say at first I thought there'd be little to no plot or a lot of fan service. But I was surprised that not only was there little fan service, but it was actually a serious anime and not just full of stupid episodes of filler. No, the series had a plot and a point it was trying to make the whole time. The characters and their developments were small (due to it being only 13 episodes) but they were very different from one another and remember-able. The ending was surprisingly well done and very good, but heart breaking all at the same time. This series really touched me and I think it could do the same for anyone who'd let it.Dancerinthedark rated 10.00:
first I started watching Angel Beats because of two main reasons: the Graphics, and the main chracters. But once I
began watching the show in earnest, I found a lot more here than I expected. Angel Beats is a show about an afterlife,in
which group of dead students fight against the Tenshi(angel)and refuse to move on to the next life,because they need to
be more independent and they wanna know why they are in afterlife and what is the reason.
the story began with Otonashi(the main character)who wakes to learn that he is already dead,he lost his memory,he only remember his name,they join to the group with the violent girl(Yuri)and fight the Tenshi and to know why he came to this life and how he died.