A new continent named Magmell suddenly appears in the ocean, and a new age of exploration begins. Explorers venture to the island to find previously unknown lifeforms and resources, but experience one disaster after another.
I think the idea is really good. Animation,coloring was perfect. I liked the OP. It gives you a feeling that you can't explain but associate with the anime. nEnding was good too. Maybe the plot was a little deficient, but I think it was maden like this because it needs a season 2. We still don't know what exactly he main character's history with his teacher.( I think) If this will going to finish like this, it means there is a problem. Characters were good too. The customers ,Inyou, Zero, Denden ^^ ( I think just Denden alone gives a good feeling to anime) I think this anime is underrated. If you're looking for a comedy, fantasy and something episodic, you should justgo and watch this already. It didn't finish like an ending, so I hope there will be season 2..
Netflix has licensed a lot of crapy anime lately. Magmell is refreshingly not-bad. In short, try it if you're bored, but don't prioritize it.Is Magmell the best anime? No, but it has some entertainment value, and an interesting take to enable the familiar monster world. The story is more individual episode arcs, so they have a sense of completeness when you watch one (but no urgency to watch the next). There is small bit of broader plot that spans the episodes generally pertaining to character development. The caracters are reasonably entertaining and have some depth but nothing major, though with this style of anime it's less important because it focuses on the story of the episode. Sound quality is, average for a newer anime, which puts it a bit above the average across all time. It isn't an anime with rich sounds, like some. Animation is... It works, the detail isn't astounding but the motions are (again) average for a newer anime. The MC, weirdly, gets less OP over time... because... plot devices, and the episode pacing falters for the multi-episode arcs, It really seemed like they were just killing time with a lot of back and forth and flashbacks. Still, not horrid, and wayyy better than the constant recaps you might find in a stereotypical battle anime. Don't enter into it with high expectations because of how cool the plot sounds, (or else you will be overly disappointed, because conceptually it could have been amazing.) but try to watch it for what it is, not what you wanted it to be.
The animation is great excellent artwork. The island is full of an incredible color palet. As to the story, its espisodal with a thread of an arc I guess. If your tired of the anime's you normally watch and want something different that is watchable I recommend it. It does not really fit any type of anime completely, I definitely wouldn't call it shouen. The main character is really overpowered think One punch man but not as funny. The main character is the best character. Everyone else is a basic type character. What they do different is that humans are expendable unless the main character likes them. The also blur the line on what is good and what is bad. They don't explain anything, the island just appeared and the main character has powers and they can easily go to the island but the monster's are extremely dangerous except when they aren't.
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