Natsu, Arashi and a few dozen others had gone to bed like any other night when they woke up... somewhere else. In this new post-apocalyptic future, mutated plants and animals lie in every direction and mankind is long extinct. Scientists of the past predicted that a meteorite would strike Earth and render the planet uninhabitable, so they devised a plan: they would cryogenically freeze five teams of young adults and have them revived by a computer when life is again sustainable. Seven people formed each team along with a guide specially trained to survive in the wild, and seven caches of supplies were left to be found. Together, the teams must try to survive in a new and hostile world, inadvertently finding the other survivors and clues to their circumstances along the way.
Honestly, I watched the entire thing because I was bored and I have no idea what the fuck I just watched. The entire show is confusing and all over the place. It starts out okayish but then they go crazy travelling to places, randomly leaving the groups their in, introducing new characters and then spending entire episodes going into their backstory that to be honest, I don't really care about. The characters are kind of cliche but they are at least some of them are a little bit interesting, but really I have no idea what I just watched. The ending wasn't an ENDING, there is no conclusion and it feels like they just left off in middle of the show? Overall, I would not recommend that you watch this show as you will just be left confused, unsatisfied, and bored.
I only watched the first episode, but i’ve read the manga. I think that’s important for me to say. The manga is wonderful and should not be overlooked, especially since this adaptation is awful. Now, i didn’t expect much when i saw that studio Gonzo was the studio behind this adaptation, and i was right to. Yet again, studio Gonzo fails at making a visually pleasing series both in art style and animation. I have no idea why Netflix chose them. I’ll keep my criticism short though, so here we go. The art style is bad, the animation is bad, the sound design is a little iffy, the characters are good aside from some changed hair colours, and the story is good, but it’s a bit too fast paced. Now, it’s not all bad. I think that they chose an amazing set of voice actors. Every voice fits their character so well. I think that the opening and ending songs are awesome, which is sad because it’s a terrible series with great music. I’ll hopefully be able to hear these songs outside of the anime soon. Those two things are the only good things about it though. To summarize this review in a few words; this adaptation is terrible, the voice actors are the best part about it, and the music is great. I highly recommend reading the manga for a better experience all around. I know some people are scared of the Shoujo tag, but it looks great. It hardly even looks like a Shoujo, to me at least. I love this series, and i wish a better studio had adapted this. Hopefully, we’ll get a proper adaptation in the future. Thank you for taking the time to listen to my opinion
The animation is easily the worst part of this one. If you can get past that then this is a solid first part to the series. It may not be a great watch, but it is unique in a sea of cookie-cutter shows. The characters are great and the plot is purposefully dense. Don't expect a conclusion at the end since this is just the first part, but do expect to want to see all these threads unraveled and solved in the second part.
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