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kuro115b kuro115b

The story are interesting based on what i have watch...Money and Asset for fight and make a deal...Also if you go bankrupt on the deal, your future will be taken....even if you don't die but something on someone from your future will dissapear...Thinking about it make everything turn to worse! WOW

kuryuki kuryuki

Beautiful anime!!
The concept is absolutely wonderful and it's pretty original O:
and the character designs and animation is top notch as well :3
sometimes it's a little hard to follow (kind of like deathnote with all the speaking) but it's a really good pass time.
tbh the only down side to this is the long name ;w; it's way to hard to search up.

AnGeeChan AnGeeChan

I'm at episode 5 while I'm writing this. I heard great opinions about it so I started to watch even though its not really my type. Interesting enough so far, so I won't regret, I believe^_^
Nah, maybe it didn't fullfil my expectations, but it was okay. I wish they didn't focused on economy and politic themes so much, but more on daily life and relations between charcters (like in the beginning). Kind of waste of time

MisaSasekage MisaSasekage

Decided to watch because seemed a bit different and like the show could turn out good. The idea behind the plot is different and therefore interesting in its own way, it's concept on money and the economy intrigued me, as well as having to use your future as collateral. The opening was good in my opinion. I thought the show was good, though I did think it was going to be longer than what it turned out to be. I liked how the characters looked. What happened to Takako was pretty messed up/sad. I liked Msyu and the fact that she used fire as well as the battles and Q. Masakaki always struck me as a weird or maybe creepy kinda character is a simplier way to explain him in my mind. From the beginning I always figured Masakaki was a strange one. But weird enough I kinda liked him as well. What Mikuni did I completely saw coming. I didn't think Q's ability would be what it turned out to be, and I wished she got a chance to fight more. The final battle between Mikuni and Kimmimaro I thought was pretty good. I liked the fight between Q and Msyu way more. I thought the kiss between Kimmimaro and Msyu was cute^^ I figured it would end the way it did and I liked it. All and all, C is a good show.

back07 back07

The Japanese government was rescued from the brink of financial collapse by the Sovereign Wealth Fund. For its citizens, however, life has not improved, and unemployment, crime, suicide, and despair are rampant. Kimimaro, raised by his maternal grandmother after the disappearance of his father and the death of his mother, is a scholarship student whose only dream is to avoid all this and live a stable life. One day, however, he meets a man who offers him a large sum of money if he'll agree to pay it back. From then on his fate is radically altered as he's drawn into a mysterious area known as "The Financial District."

randomly--random randomly--random

C is practically one of those animes you won't see every season. With the release of Spring 2011 preview in Random Curiosity, I was so pumped up into watching C. After watching it, my personal opinion regarding the story is that it's too (or maybe quite) complicated that it isn't really some anime that you should watch as a pass time. It requires some attention and thinking. Since I'm not the type who'd sit down and try to put 110% of my mind on something, I ended up getting bored with C but I never really thought of dropping it. Character-wise, each one of them is unique and have their own way of thinking and doing things. In some ways, you can think of them as interesting. Music-wise, I just loved the sounds while they are in battle, the voice saying: "open deal", "microflation" (???), etc. it really caught my attention. As for the seiyuus, only Sakurai, Takahiro as Masakaki caught my attention. Other than that, nothing more. The OP and ED didn't really standout for me. As for the art, I personally think that the character design is pretty weak. Somehow, the human characters just blend in with the crowd and I personally think that the main character, Yoga, Kimimaro, isn't anything special being the main hero of the anime. As for the assets, Q andMasyu are really cute. The rest of the assets are good, personally, I think they are better drawn than the human characters. As for the battle scenes, they seem cool at first but it gets tiring after watching a few more of them. But I do have to admit that the final battle between Kimimaro and Mikuni is outstanding. Overall, C is a pretty good anime to see if you're up for something new, fresh and something that will tickle your mind.

Summer67 Summer67

This was rather cool. I kind of liked that is was a different type of story with an alternate type universe.
I really liked how the story was written and thought it was very unique to have battles done with bank type terms. Interesting developments happened between the universes depending on the battles and who came out the victor in the end. Not sure if I'd re-watch it in the future but, I do have it in mind to try to watch again and see if I can pick up anything different than the first time.

kagehikari kagehikari

I guess it is one of the best animes I have ever seen! The idea is completely new and fresh. The main idea is the role of money and it is unusual for anime.
But it is quite short. Only eleven episodes. I wish it was at least 24! But nevertheless it is very exciting and thrilling)
And the style of drawing is very nice.

ghost945 ghost945

artwork ok consider it was produced offshore. story first appealing but then got a bit confusing with all the economics terms to play only minor role. theme mainly focused on consuming today's or future's value. ending left opened for audience to be creative about the characters' "future".

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