It has been three months since the incident at Yokohama. Things have been settling down at Cafe Nowhere. Murasaki and Hajime have teamed up and started investigating again. After an unforeseen reunion, Art holds Nice at gunpoint. What are his real intentions? What will become of the connection between Art and Hamatora?
Melancholy of Hero
For Whom Talent
Emergency Room 24hours
Worst Promise & Best Memory
Symphony in the Moonlight
For Whom to Duel
End of Yokohama
Seriously what the fuck is your deal studio NAZ? You create a great first season and then you start releasing episodic bullshit like this? What's this Shakugan no Shana??? How is this shit even rated higher than the first season? It's not going anywhere at all! This show had such great potential but they started fucking up since the beginning of season 2 already. This is absolutely nothing like the first season.
what happens when your pit happy go lucky "all ages"(one-piece-esque become friends after a fistfight) against dark 18+ villains... the heroes get trashed furiously, which is frustrating and boring to watch. the three things more frustrating than these are constant "just as planned" scenes, a random nonsensical "full" comedy episode, and fixing bad script by adding a foreign nonsense element. for instance: villain uses nuke, hero convient has an anti-nuke (whatever that is) in the end i still have no clue what they where thinking or looking for when they wrote this story.
This review is for both Hamatora and Re: Hamatora. Hamatora... Hmm... I didn't really like it. Subpar storyline, and very slapstick comedy that wasn't, in my opinion, that funny. Even after watching both seasons, I can't tell if it is supposed to be a comedy or supposed to be a serious anime, because it is seriously just a convoluted mess of both. The comedy was not that great. It wasn't that funny and became more annoying at some parts. I honestly didn't laugh at most of the jokes that they tried to pull, because they were just lame or mostly the run of the mill jokes that aren't even that funny. I'm no expert of comedy, but that is how I feel about the story. I thought the detective, investigation etc, part of the story could be its saving grace. I am a fan of detective stories, having grown up reading Case Closed, or Kindaichi Case Files, afterall. But, I was wrong. The villains really had no solid motive to do what they wanted to do. To me, they look like deluded morons, who are lost in their own ideals. Moral is just basically a mad scientist, who was pretty much lost in his own idea of who is on top and who is at the bottom. Freemum is just basically a bunch of kids trying to be special snowflakes, by refusing to abide with the law or pay the consequences. The reprecusions of being a registered minimum holder wasn't clear. So really, apart from the crazy, extremist Doktor, is there really a valid reason why they didn't want to be a registered minimum holder in the first place? And Art, what? Yeah, I get it, he wants to clear the world of minimums in revenge for his brother. Generally, the story just fell short of my expectations. Animation and music was great though. I liked the color choices they made. The whole anime feel a little psychedelic, but it sets it apart from other anime. Character designs were pretty cool too. Character development was okay.
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