For thousands of years after its development, mankind used the written word for communication between people and generations. The characters, concept, situations, and dialogue complete with puns both visual and otherwise are written to take jabs at expectations and tropes but not only on an otaku level. At this point, it has become clear that Logos was never meant to tie back to the previous seasons in any way. Some things didn't get fleshed out enough or just happened without any really good reasoning. Overall 3 Story 3 Animation 3 Sound 1 Character 3 Enjoyment 1 If you Seen Aquarion or Aquarion evol before watching this you well be disappointed. I wouldn't recommend this for long time fans or new fans to be honest. Honestly the only reason they we're included was to give Akira that needed confidence boost.
Story - This definitely has to be one of the worst anime ever made. For the former logos will be a little dissapointing because it doesnt follow the story of the previous sousei and evol, its a spin off in a different universe with some elements in common with the previous seasons and for the latter it really doesnt matter and can view logos by what it is, an original mecha anime on its own right. It is entirely possible to be driven without completely disregarding other people. With the mechas it was something different they made cool robots, but for the aquarion veteran fans watching the aquarion fusion be a rabbit or a firefly-like thing would be a little weird, but still mechas and also word monsters are well designed, what would be expected from a mecha anime. Dont get me wrong the openings that mayn did are catchy and go well with the anime but an aquarion without an akino opening doesnt feel 100% aquarion you know what i mean? The designs are awful not to mention the characters are annoying as all hell. Currently, she works as a spy under Sougon in order to eventually sabotage the efforts of those who use the Creative Voice Power. I was lazy so I put a spoiler tag around my entire reply.
Overall 7 Story 6 Animation 7 Sound 10 Character 6 Enjoyment 7 Decided to add one extra fairly positive review here after seeing that most of them are pretty negative overall, couse why not? I heard it's not even really related. But even without considering the previous seasons, this show has horribly one-dimensional characters with nothing substantial to them, sit-com-esque story-telling for over half the season, and motivations so stupid they don't even begin to explain how their methods are supposed to achieve their goal. Definitely interested in the rest of this season. May'n's song in the second half was the reason I slogged through the second half. But unlike someone else above I'm not dropping it just because of the opening, that's just plain retarded. No hentai is allowed in any case.
The rest of the production. The animation just isn't right. I get that the series is trying to make it feel like time has past since it most definitely has, but this Aquarion's world doesn't feel like it's as 'in tune' with the supernatural. Now that: a Apollonius x Celiane have had their reunion 1st season b Pollon x Celiane have had their reunion 2nd season c Apollo x Sliva have had their reunion 2nd season. Hey guys, remember having fun? SovereignSky said: : But Touma was sealed inside Apollonius. So I wonder if another part of Touma is involved.
Aquarion is never about serious plots, you don't watch it for the serious plot, you watch it for the silly character interaction and silly attacks. Disaster was only averted because of Akira's. To top it off it's not very cute either, the main character is like Narukami Yu meets Rock Lee. Each episode works in a life lesson—the strength of the working class, the hurtful power of words in an anonymous space, the downfalls of obsession—that plays out more or less to get the main characters from A to B instead of actually focusing on the issue. The part with the chaotic text or whatever seemed kinda interesting but I think the series will have to take more time to explain that.
Even an attempted from Sakurako failed to work. Inspired by the classic mecha series of the 70's and 80's, Aquarion Logos is ready to serve up more high-flying robotic battles animated by Satelight, the same team that brought you Log Horizon, Fairy Tail and the first two installments in the Aquarion franchise. Fudo needs to make a reappearance and possibly. Now let me hit on something that I haven't seen in the other reviews. The plot its still as silly as the previous series so there is not much problem there, is soon noted that they have all or atleast most of the writers of the original series working here.
I personally give it a 9. It has a simple story about a group of teenagers fighting monsters with some planes that transform into robots when they combine together, but the execution is why it works so well. Because if you don't you will be disappointed. Yuno and Shin better make a reappearance! I did like the soundtracks in the other two but this takes the cake, at least background music wise. Even if this show did end on a good note, this boring ass vibe that the anime gives doesn't make me want to watch any more episodes.
Such statues represented mythic creatures as guardian beasts. It's catchy, and frankly, the only reason I slogged through the first half of the show. She is the second female protagonist of the series. I enjoyed it overall but I felt like the original was overall a much better series. She wants to be an actress, but her timid stuttering hinders her confidence and capability to project her voice.
Character - The show is very episodic and tries to use filler to develop characters but does a extremely poor job of it. I'm considering pick it up, but i'm not really sure if i really should that to myself. As if to accompany his claim, he holds a tremendous amount of and is truly able to command powerful moments. Read the rules for examples. I kind of know what you mean. He pursues such a talent, when his family is famed for traditional comedy acts, so that he can show a new and original art to the world. I can't see that one Ova being the last we see of them It would lame if it were too, the Book of Genesis has to be the key to fixing this 'word' issue right? The cast do what they can with the scripts and direction they're given, but the writing is pretty bad.