The button appeared out of nowhere. There weren’t any signs NOT to push it… so the solution is obvious, right? Is it a trap or the start of something new and exciting? The crews of Re:ZERO, Overlord, Konosuba, and The Saga of Tanya the Evil will find out when they go from their world to another and get stuck in… class?!
Come Together! Quartet
Explosion! Talent Show
Decision! Class Rep
Carry Out! Class Rep
Prepare! Field Trip
Enjoy! Field Trip
Join In! Rivals
Work Together! Field Day
Band Together! Quartet
Hm. How do I describe this show in a sentence that is both logical and … sane in any matter or form? How about: 'if You saw any of the shows in the quartet, watch this series Goddamnit'? Yeah. It sounds about right. First - the story. Ok, so the story is inconsequential to the series. It really is just a way to put all the heroes from very different worlds together. Having said that I did like its simplicity. There are stories that are dumb because the author had no idea what he/she was doing and there are stories that are designed to be simple. This show is the latter. Second: the animation. The animation is .. ok I guess? This series is basically ‘fan service, the anime! Isekai edition’ so I had no real expectations and boy - were they met! Third: the sound. See the ‘animation’ part but change ‘animation’ to ‘sound design’ Fourth: the characters. Ok, so the characters are awesome because if they weren’t they wouldn’t be in this fan service anime. So the question is: how well do they work together, even if they are from different shows?? The answer is … pretty well actually. I was really surprised by how well the casts from VERY different shows work together. If this was an original series – I’d say the characters were designed to work with each other in perfect harmony. Verdict: It's a lighthearted comedy with lots and lots of fan service. Do check it out if You like any of the shows involved in it. Hell – do it even if You don’t and then check the source material.
Right off the bat this anime is fun mix of multiple different characters taken from four very different Isekai anime. For those who are not familiar with the characters, the anime is still easy to watch and makes a decent amount of sense even without seeing all four of the main series before watching this fun spin-off. The story overall is about the main cast from four popular Isekai anime being teleported into the same world and being forced to be classmates. Even without much context, the characters still keep their same personalities, traits, and crew of friends as they all navigate a strange world where they are classmates with other Isekai-ed protags. The lighthearted tone consists of typical school-related events, activities and quarrels. The animation is done in a cute chibi-like flat coloring style that makes all the characters much cuter than their original counterparts. They do lose a lot of their expressions as the style is fairly basic, but it is still nicely done none the less. The sound for the show is fairly lack luster as there is just basic background sound, the opening and ending song including the protagonists from each of the shows. It doesn't stand out very much, but it does add a playful and comedic vibe to the show. Overall the show has a nice playful, fun vibe that represents a lot of the fun and comedic vibes that bring in some very loveable Isekai characters.
Simple. El anime tiene momentos graciosos y mola ver a ese grupo de personajes de sus respectivas grandes series pero pensadlo...si los personajes fueran otros, la serie tendria el mismo gancho? Es un anime mediocre que tira de fanservice para contentarnos, y lo consigue...pero no por ellos lo valorare como un gran anime. Mediocre.
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