Des goût de “goat” à ce que je vois 😎👍
Salut je viens de voir le nombre d’animer que tu as vu et c’est énorme. Ta culture dois êtres monstrueuse. Je me demandais depuis combien de temps regardes tu des animés et a quel âge à tu commencé, car moi mon but est d’arriver au même stade que toit mais le chemin est long donc cela m’intrigue. Voilà bonne soirée à toi
I recently noticed that this anime is labelled to be adapting a manga, and not the web novel, which I was pretty sure came out before the manga, so I took to the web.
So this whole time I was under the assumption that the anime was based on the web novel as it came first, but no, from the articles I’ve read, the anime is based on the manga, WHICH was based on the web novel.
Which means, before anything else, the anime is technically an adaptation of the manga. That’s a really dumb way for me to be wrong, huh.
I don’t know man, I don’t think three months is nostalgia-worthy.
Just watch the show and treat it as if it’s not the older anime. It’s not based off of the anime, but the source material, the manga. It tells the story in a different order than the classic [anime], has a different overall tone than the classic, and the characters are portrayed differently than the classic. The only similarity is the events that unfold in the show, really. And the character names.
Besides, I’m replying ten months late, I’m sure enough time’s passed.
I wouldn’t have started watching this if my friend didn’t suggest it to me, and damn am I glad i did.
At first I felt like this show would be a classic “main character goes into VR game and is somehow esekai’d into the game” type anime, trying to make off with some of SAO’s popularity (years late), but honestly, I much prefer this show over SAO.
Shangri-La Frontier takes the SAO formula, and instead of overcooking it like [nearly] every esekai out there, the creators slow cooked it into the greatest fall-off-the-bone fulldive anime I’ve ever had.
In SAO the mc was thrown into a vr game and the show basically said “Okay, this world looks pretty, but there’s nothing else interesting about it except if you die in the game you die in real life.” Shangri-La Fronteir gives you a main character who isn’t locked into the vr game, and the anime plays through some plot points in other games, and our mc has, can you guess? ~real world interactions with other people~ crazy, right?
Not only that, but the world of Shangri-La is so well made, with a really well thought out lore that continues to build through the show in front of us, and our main [player] characters, with some very likeable npc characters. This show also includes the first time I’ve enjoyed listening to a character sing for three minutes.
Seriously, watch it.
I dunno, I heard it was a really good show and I know a lot of people who enjoyed it
- I honestly have no idea what to write without spoiling
- This anime earns my mark of a certified anime, as the intro spoils most of the show as usual
- Personally I thought the show’s plot started off good and then just kept repeating through a sequence
- BUT I will admit I was hooked and kept watching one ep after another
- Overall a letdown but maybe my expectations were way too high
Important notice regarding the theatrical animation “Ten Count” Thank you for your continued support of “Ten Count”. Regarding the theatrical animation “Ten Count”, which was scheduled to be released in 2023, we have been moving forward with the release, but due to production reasons, we have decided to cancel production. We would like to sincerely apologize to all the fans who have been looking forward to it for a long time, as well as to everyone involved in the production of this work.
Ten Count Production Committee
ok, hear me out, this is a really old comment but this is the only website I use
mostly because the only other one I know is mal but I don’t use it (too much fluff)
This website is just incredibly streamlined for anime which I love
Wow now that I realize it I’ve been using notify.moe for 5 years now
I LOVE THIS SITE!!!
That last episode had me almost crying, man. Nobuhiko Okamoto is definitely one of my favourite VAs of all time.