Started out great, but after the first few episodes it just became a bunch of random 1 episode mini-arcs basically after episode 3 it's all filler. There is no character growth, just lame filler.
Another absurdly long named show is over and with a name like that you'd expect something grand. Instead you get a “that's it?”. Yes the show doesn't have an ending because it really doesn't have an overarching story. The animation and sound aren't really anything to write home about. So it's really the characters that stand above the mediocrity. The problem there is that their uniqueness quickly falls away after the first half leaving the show generic and lifeless all the way to the end. I wouldn't recommend it but if you're really bored with nothing to watch then give it 3/4 episodes if it seems stale or characters are boring then drop it as i said the first half is better than the last so it won't improve.
Ill leave this one short since there isn't much to say for this one so thanks for the read and have a good one!
A very forgettable Anime that does... nothing extraordinary.
Starts off nice, but almost every Anime does that. After the first few episodes it's just gradual disappointment.
Wish Anime stopped doing that. Hard to stop once I'm already almost halfway through...
Anyway, if you're new to Anime, I strongly suggest you DON'T watch this one.
Trash Isekai are quite possibly the WORST Anime to get into at first.
Here's some very SIMILAR Anime, in case you're keen on trying these specific genres however:
edit: A commenter on my review said that this isn't an isekai. I don't know why I thought it was.
But as I expected, I do not remember anything from the anime after only a month, it's slowly coming back to me as I'm looking at images for this anime but the fact I gotta do that shows how average this one is. The good anime always stay in my memory unless I haven't appreciated one enough, but I always know when I should appreciate an Anime more.
Ningen Fushin is becoming one of my favorite shows. It reminds me of what anime used to be back when shows could try new takes, instead of just copying and pasting formulas like all the other shows. For one thing, the party is far from overpowered, and it's not an isekai. It's a story of four people who were mistreated in their former parties and come together.
While the animation might not be cutting-edge, it's still good. The price you pay to get a story that's not your tried-and-true copy-and-paste method. The colors are muted in some places, but that's to set the darker tone of the story.
As for sound, here's the thing: I have dyslexia, so I can only speak for the dubbed version. But good news, everyone seems to fit their character well. Having Curran the dragon-kin voiced by Brittney Karbowski is a nice touch.
All four characters have a full backstory, and they all have their own vices. One's a gambler, another likes loose women, while another wants to try every food, and one goes to watch girl bands as if he's a teenager again.
I would recommend anyone give this a chance, but don't go into it thinking it's going to be The Rising of the Shield Hero or Wise Man's Grandchild. It's more like Grimgar of Fantasy and Ash, but less depressing.
The story is about a group of adventures that were hurt by others and have problems trusting. They form there own group and become talented adventures. When they do trust each other they become more powerful. So they start trusting each other almost imediately. The unique thing is that they each maintain their own hobbies when not adventuring. This would be a good not great story if the animation was decent. The animation and sound are what mainly drags this down. The characters for the most part are interesting and the plot is also interesting. They can make you laugh and think occasionally. The story lags a bit and some of the character development is off putting. I saw somebody review it has a link back to the old way anime was done. Even with the old stuff there was much better animation.