The ride hasn’t stopped but we’re at our stop for now.
Kabaneri initially started off as something I overlooked as the season began and as the end of the first week drew to a close, I happened to watch it on a whim, only to be impressed by the visuals, music, and practically everything else that set everything up quite nicely. After a few weeks, it became apparent that I wasn’t the only person feeling this way about our “Shingeki no Kyojin” with zombies. In the end, I think a better comparison can be made to the studio’s previous work with Guily Crown. Compared to highschool kids fighting against an established government, I think fighting against super-zombies with steam powered weaponry ontop of trains is a way more interesting premise which ultimately leads to a more enjoyable experience.
But did it turn out decently in the end for our original studio work that grabbed everyone’s attentions for the season? Let’s find out
Continue reading Koutetsujou no Kabaneri- A less worse Guilty Crown