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It's so far so good ;D
I think it feels more real than most of the stuff I watched recently.
Hope it keeps it up :D
It's beautiful ;A; short and completed!
definitely worth a watch~ and not many episodes available so it won't take too long :P
Strange proposition. I'm not sure if y agree or not with the Elyurias. However, I always find interest to question
dreams of utopia and it's possible repercussions. It's most fascinating to see how someone imagine the furure, and how
today may be consider by the human kind of tomorrow. And Will the distance between the social classes increase or will
it be abolished... There is also the predictions about how far will technology be developped and what good or bad it
will bring to the society.
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Interesting plot. I also like the characters. Shion, a smart boy n kinda naive met another boy, Nezumi (means 'Rat') who
knows the cruelty of the world. Because of an event, Shion run away from his place n Nezumi helped him. N it begin the
adventure of them in the new (not peaceful anymore) world. There r some hint of shounen ai in this anime, makes me grin
like crazy. Just simple kiss, though. If I'm not mistaken that scene is on around episode 6. X3
After reading the manga chapters out so far, I decided to watch this. The character designs I really like, as to be expected of P.A Works and Bones^^ The city itself is futuristic so that along with the plot itself is interesting. I figured from the get go this anime would turn out to be BL, it gave that vibe off to me. My thoughts started to be confirmed after the first episode, even more so with no room for argument later in the show. But the pacing and plot development is a major problem, because it seems really slow. I'll just have to sit it out and watch up until the end and then maybe it'll all come together. It was nice to see the action pick up again in episode 10, and I'm pretty sure things are shaping up nicely for an interesting conclusion, if a bit of a hurried one. It’s obvious in watching that this was condensed down from a much bigger story, but BONES have managed to give us something quite entertaining and occasionally very impactful. As near as I can tell, Elyurias intentionally delivered Safu into the hands of No. 6, because she was a perfect medium and would allow Elyurias to wipe out the city and reclaim it for nature. The wasps were an experiment No. 6 was conducting on its own citizens as some sort of way to harness Elyurias’ (who appears to be a giant wasp) power, with the help of a supercomputer called “Mother”. Yoming was part of some sort of violent resistance that planned to overthrow the city, but was a casualty when the wasps hatched. Nezumi was shot at least three times and lost twice his own body weight in blood, but because Sion stitched him up he was able to overcome a perfectly healthy Sion and disable him, using a bomb to blow up the correctional facility, which in turn destroyed the city wall. Sion himself was shot in the heart, but when ElyuriaSafu went non-corporeal, she emanated some sort of magic healing dandruff that cured Nezumi’s wounds and resurrected Sion from the dead. Nezumi kissed Sion on the lips again just to remind us this was a bromance, then left for no apparent reason except so the ending would be bittersweet. Did I miss anything? I’ll give BONES credit; it was certainly a breathtakingly fast-paced finale. I was a little disappointed that we never saw the reunion between Sion and Karan or learned the identity of Shion’s baby, and I would have liked to have gotten some sort of indication as to just what No. 6 needed those mountains of people for. And Dogkeeper and Rikiga fleeing together because they “wanted to survive” was pretty anticlimactic. But while the novels might be different, I can’t help but feel like trying to make sense of the No. 6 anime is rather beside the point. It was certainly confusing enough and had just enough metaphysics to be BONES, but in the end it was a pretty unique experience, not quite like anything else they’ve done.aureawolf rated 10.00:
What a jewel! From every angle: story, characters, voices, animation, dynamics... Shion and Nezumi grow together, they complete each other, they love each other, they protect each other (they give it a twist to the classical couple of dominant-submissive characters... they do seem to work on an equality-based relationship). Maybe the reason why it wasn't promoted as shounen-ai (although the love is quite evident) it's because this is not about two men in love, but two human beings, two people who care deeply about each other. As if that wasn't enough, there's a strong social-political and ecological discourse, there's alterity, plenty of books, literary references and art. It's impossible no to drop fulminated by such beauty!