The relationship between humans and vampires is one of literature's most lasting and notorious ones, and Mignon explores it in an imaginative, superbly written, intriguing, and engaging tale. In this anime, two characters from two distinct stories come together, and they must learn to both comfort one another while also filling in the gaps left by people from their own parallel realities and their own personal issues. The anime portrays a fascinating and much darker side while also delving into the complexities of love, personal growth, and the profound effects that people may have on one another's life. While also emphasizing themes like self-worth, discovering inner power inside oneself, adversity, and the capacity to move ahead from past events. The color selections and color schemes used in each scene were incredibly serene, gorgeously atmospheric, and established various tones, from the night time city background, which was an exquisite crimson red packed with more shaded colors to create a sense of intense feeling and action, to the daily routine of Mignon and Oh Young seen inside and outside the arena filled with hues of blue, yellow, white, pink, and other colors to create a sense of peace and liveliness. The anime is thematically similar to the author's past works, such as Hyperventilation and Unbelievable Space Love, in that it has well-developed characters with whom the audience may sympathize, despise, and relate in both positive and bad ways, as well as excellent production values. The anime's powerful, edgy, vibrant, honest, and fascinating music complements the situations and feelings shown in it. The acting and performances of the characters were truly suitable in terms of how they were able to deliver and catch their lines in a way that showed both their thoughts and feelings of the character being played, as well as the effort and experience they put into playing the part. Overall, I would strongly suggest this one to anyone who is a fan of Bboong Bbang Kkyu's works or has an interest in the anime's following genres.
Well, this was an anime that I had been waiting for from the trailers for several years... As a fujoshi، rhe anime was very satisfying 😂😂 but the story was devoid of content and the graphics were a little problematic except for the last part. But it brought good scenes 😂🚶🏻♀️😈 It is not recommended for children and even non-Fujoshi adults!
It is a pretty short anime that doesn't really show much details of the story. At least it wasn't completely rushed about the couple getting together and had some communication before starting a relationship. The animation and designs was pretty good.
i really enjoyed this. the animation was wonderful, it had a grundge-y theme but also made use of light and contrast to convey powerful standout moments of feeling high and of great emotion. the sound was good too. great va's, the score is lovely. "your mignon p1 and 2" are gorgeous, very mellow and delicate. it all kind of reminds me of the music from trigun stampede.
the characters were brilliant!!! mignon was definitely a stand out, i loved his journey and how we see him break away from his abuser and take back his life. very powerful. i also like how he's carefree and almost childish, which makes sense since he's like 21-22? it's an interesting contrast. the fact that he always lights up around young-one is super cute. his colour palette is nice too, and the change opens up questions about the intricacies of vampires and their biology. i also find it interesting that while he was human his hair was white, his eyes a bright cerulean, and that it changed to much more dark, grounded colours. young-one is wonderful too. a very mysterious and quiet character, but mignon really brings him to life. it's easy to see the way young-one is begging to let someone in, and all mignon has to do is reach out to him. they're the definition of a dog x cat couple ^^
i would highly recommend!!! :D
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