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A year has passed since Araragi Koyomi’s life got turned upside down. Zoku Owarimonogatari allows us to reflect on everything that has happened while also allowing us to also see our favorite characters from a unique and different angle. Zoku Owarimonogatari is another visual masterpiece with plenty of cheeky dialogue, it's giving us everything that we want and love. There isn't another show like the Monogatari series out there and I'm glad we were given 6 more episodes to enjoy. Simply a gorgeous conclusion to the best series ever created!
im really gonna miss this series. i happy i got to see the other sides of the characters manifest in araragi land. episode 2 had me blown and episode 6 had me blown again. the op is amazing and the ed is beaitiful. i would rewatch the entire series just to reach this moment again. Hitagi is such a cutie in this series.
Really, there’s only one thing to say: it’s another season of Monogatari. If you’ve watched the rest, you’re going to watch this, regardless of whether it’s good or bad. And, if you haven’t watched the rest, you’re not--and shouldn’t, because this story relies very specifically and by necessity (more than any other part of the series, truthfully) on you already knowing everything that came before it: story, character, look, tone. And, to that end, Zoku Owarimonogatari should be a delight to any Monogatari fan. Not just because it rewards your dedication (easy though it has long been to dedicate to) but because--and this is important--it's really, really good. Easily the best effort since Bakemonogatari, and very likely it’s only true rival. It’s fresh and fun and interesting in all the best ways this series so often is. If there is a genuine downside, it is that this feels so much like a final send-off (as it is the capstone to the "high school" section of the book series) but without the requisite chance to say goodbye to all of our old friends--for excellent plot reasons, but, given the looming sense of closure, a shame nonetheless. But, even so, it's more Monogatari--and great Monogatari, at that. More than worth the price of admission. And, frankly, more than worth starting the roughly 100-episode trek to get to it.
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