The one positive I can say about this adaptation is that the battles mostly looked good (although at low frame rates).
Now buckle up for the bad...
- The animation and art constantly fluxuates from good to bad, so its overall very inconsistent.
- The sound was mostly horrible (whoever did the sound mixing was likely an amateur or working on a very low budget), voice acting was mostly horrible (again amateurish, if I had to guess they recorded their lines without knowing the context) and music was mostly enjoyable (albeit nothing memorable).
- The story and characters are more or less fine, but the anime rushed through everything and ended up ruining a lot of parts it covered (especially the last few episodes). It kept jumping from one event to the other and when it finally stopped to take a breath in the last episode, it filled it with shit we've seen already... Also, I'm willing to bet most people who watched it didn't even know who that "final boss" was, since they skipped all but one scene with him. Overall, very poorly directed.
The whole anime felt cheap and rushed, potential peaking its nose out from time to time, only to fall flat on its face. If the story or characters caught your interest, you're better off reading the webtoon, which has a lot of content at this point and you'll also be avoiding the low frame rates, bad sound mixing and bad voice acting. Its not a game changer by any means, but its a fun read.
TL;DR: Chinese One Punch Man knockoff. Decent time waster if you have nothing better to watch (how?), but you're better off reading the webtoon.
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