外围体育投注When searching here based of shows I like, I found a thread a couple of years old where someone recommended Kobato. It's by CLAMP, who is probably best known for Chobits, and this is the only new show they've done on their own in the past decade which is a shame. And for some reason, this show gets hardly any recommendations nowadays.
(also, the show has a few Chobits references, but it wont seem out of place if you haven't watched it. I believe there's a few other tie-ins with other CLAMP works as well)
The art and animation are gorgeous, and the whole show is charming. It's a slice-of-life show with a touch of Fantasy that takes place in modern-day Japan, where the main character is a girl, Kobato, who must repair people's hearts and fill up a bottle with heart pieces to fulfill her wish. I'm well aware how cheesey and dumb that sounds on the surface, but I'd rather not spoil anything.
The show is just written excellently, where small things you might have just thought were random parts of the story, actually come to mean something. It's not done in a cheap way at all either, everything just ties together so well.
外围体育投注If you're someone like me that gets bored by your standard slice of life and romance shows, I think this is a perfect show for you. While the fantasy aspect at first may just seem dumb, alongside the little talking stuffed dog which may seem out of place, just give it a shot. It's not too long, at 24 episodes with no OVAs or anything. The show didn't leave me wanting more like most shows I've watched, it just knows when and how to end it.
The romance in the show isn't like most other romcoms, it's not just another show about a guy who is too shy and embarrassed of everything, with tsunderes who don't want to show interest. It covers relationships and romance from a different perspective, the show doesn't just tease you the whole time.
外围体育投注It's only the second show I've watched that ever made me shed a tear (or a few).
Edit: I don't think there's a dub available, but it's available subbed on Prime Video (at least in the US).
外围体育投注I would prefer adult characters, but i'm cool with teenagers as long as they're more mature than the average teenage shonen protag. Reading about Todoroki's powers from MHA is what inspired this post, so I guess MHA would be a good comparison for what kind of powers i'm looking for. It doesn't need to be a superpowered society or exactly similar powers though, i'm just throwing that in as a point of reference. I'd like a good story of course, and while a good dub would be nice, it's not totally necessary.
Throwing this in as a bonus because it seems less likely, so feel free to ignore it, but an anime with unique powers BUT no fighting sounds interesting to me, lmk if any of y'all know something like that
Made in abyss is a dark anime with a cute animation style, one of the best OST I ever eared (it won awards ) and was nominated best anime of 2017. It his still do this day the best anime i watched hands up, and have one of the best world building i ever saw in anime everything about it is great you'll feel sad happy and more throughout the show. A second season is on the way and a movie this September I'm surprised by how many people didn't know the show and this is why i decided to make this post, Made in abyss is just to good to be true the only bad thing about it his that you'll experience post anime depression cause you'll want more of it.
The plot no spoiler :
An orphaned girl named Riko lives in the Belchero Orphanage in the town of Orth. The town surrounds a strange, giant hole going deep into the Earth, which is commonly called the Abyss. The Abyss harbors artifacts and remnants of a civilization long gone, and is therefore the popular hunting spot for so-called Cave Raiders, who undertake arduous and dangerous descents into the mist-filled pit to recover whatever relics they can find. Returning from the Abyss can be dangerous as "the Curse of the Abyss," a mysterious and potentially fatal malady, manifests upon ascension. The deeper one goes, the more acute the effects of the curse; few who have descended into the lower regions have returned to tell of their experiences. Some legendary Cave Raiders earn the title of White Whistle, one of them being Riko's mother, Lyza.
外围体育投注Riko's longing in life is to follow in her mother's footsteps and become a White Whistle. One day she discovers a robot resembling a human boy in the Abyss and names him Reg. Riko and her friends sneak Reg into Belchero and quickly welcome him into their close-knit group. Some time later, a balloon reaches the surface from the depths of the Abyss containing pages of discoveries made by Lyza, as well as a message for Riko stating she is waiting at the bottom of the Abyss. Riko, determined to find her mother, bids farewell to her friends and departs to the Abyss with Reg as her companion.
外围体育投注sorry for my english, it's not my first language (Canadian)
I am now in the episode 1, season 3 of Tokyo Ghoul, which is "Tokyo Ghoul: Re", and I already noticed that it is a little bit off. The art, the time lapse which is 2 years after the raid.
Should I continue watching it? Or should I drop it already?