Rating ★★★★☆(68 points) Total 13 episodes
Synopsis The Abyss, a huge vertical hole that is still unfathomable, is called the last unexplored region of humanity. In a city built on the edge of this great hole, there live “prospectors” who are responsible for exploring the Abyss. Quote – Wikipedia
Beautiful and Resolute
Based on a manga serialized in “WEB Comic Gamma”, a webcomic distribution site of Takeshobo.
Beautiful but Unbearable
is based on a manga serialized in WEB Comic Gamma, the web comic distribution site of Takeshobo.
Directed by Masayuki Kojima, produced by Kinema Citrus.
The first thing that strikes you is the surprisingly cute character design.
She is short in stature, has a round face, and is designed to look as if she is rolling around.
They are so cute that it would be easy to start a peaceful, dusty, otherworldly daily life story.
The design is so cute that it could easily be called a children’s anime.
However, a giant monster suddenly appears in front of the characters with such cute character designs.
However, in front of such a cute character design, a huge monster suddenly appears.
In contrast to the human character design, the monster design is
The design of the monster is a variant of the fantasy world itself.
The cute character design and the realistic monster design
The contrast between the cute character design and the realistic monster design
The contrast between the cute character design and the realistic monster design, the monster that attacks the cute character mercilessly and the character that runs away desperately is wonderful.
The contrast between the cute character designs and the realistic monster designs, the monsters that mercilessly attack the cute characters, and the characters that desperately run away is wonderful, and you are drawn into the world of this work right from the beginning of the first episode.
It may be a very simple metaphor, but the world view of this work is just like Ghibli.
It’s like a combination of “Princess Mononoke” and “Spirited Away”.
I was drawn into the world of this work because of the profound background description and the attention to detail.
I was drawn into the world of the film and could feel the emotions of the characters.
After watching the film, I found out that the art staff of this film
I found out after watching it that the art staff of this work is former animators of Ghibli.
The background that created the world of Howl’s Moving Castle and Spirited Away
The background that created the world view of Howl’s Moving Castle and Spirited Away is alive and well in this film, and it’s a wonder that it feels like Ghibli even though it’s not Ghibli.
Hayao Miyazaki’s “world view” is alive and well in this film.
The more I look into it, the more terrifying the staff behind this work becomes.
Director Masayuki Kojima has worked on MASTER Keaton and MONSTER.
The character design is by Kazuya Kise, the monster design is by Kou Yoshinari, and the series composition is by Hideyuki Kurata.
and Hideyuki Kurata for series composition.
If you search for their names, only famous works will come up.
This work is definitely interesting.
This work is definitely interesting, so let’s make it “interesting” for sure.
You can feel the passion of the production team for this work from every corner of the screen.
Everyone should feel it in the first episode.
This is the start of an “interesting work”.
The worldview of this work is interesting.
There is a city with a huge hole in it, and the hole goes on and on deep underground.
There are people who mine for “relics” that can only be found in that hole.
The protagonist is one of the miners’ apprentices.
The main character is also one of the apprentice miners, and her mother is one of the great miners, although she is missing in the depths.
A mysterious robot appears in front of her.
She meets a robot boy who looks like a human, but has “arms that stretch” and skin that doesn’t hurt.
Her adventure begins when she meets the robot boy.
It’s a very royal boy-meets-girl, or rather girl-meets-robot.
It’s a very royal boy-meets-girl or girl-meets-robot story with a well thought-out world, well-drawn backgrounds, cute character designs, and a story that feels like a royal road.
The story begins in a way that gives a sense of royalty.
I think there are very few people who don’t find it interesting after watching the first episode of this work. I think so.
The beginning of the story is so wonderful that it makes me wonder if there are many people who don’t find it interesting.
It shows the characters, the background, and the world view.
The storyline of this work is very detailed.
We meet the characters in episode 1, and learn the secret of their birth in episode 2.
The mother of the protagonist, Riko, was pregnant with her.
The mother of the protagonist, Rico, was pregnant with her when she dove into a great pit called the Abyss.
Riko is the girl born in the abyss of the Abyss.
She was born with the curse of the Abyss.
She wishes to meet her mother who is supposed to be in the Abyss.
The story is simple in writing, but it is presented in a way that makes it easy to understand and understand.
The beginning of the story is not the raging development that is common in recent one-cool anime.
It’s because of the early stages of the story that you can really get into the main characters.
The hero and heroine go on an adventure in episode 3.
Normally, it would be natural to feel that the story is slow, but
However, I don’t feel that this work is slow at all.
The story is built up from the first episode.
Riko is trying to meet her mother, and Reg is trying to find out who he is.
It’s a dangerous abyss.
It’s the beginning of an adventure from which there is no return, an adventure from which there is no return.
The first part of the story is rather “heartwarming”.
However, the more the story progresses, and the further you go to the bottom of the hole, the more
The more the story progresses, the further it goes to the bottom of the hole, the more serious the world becomes.
The hole these girls are diving into is not just a place where vicious monsters live.
The more holes they dive, the more they are overloaded when they “ascend.
There is a “curse” of the Abyss.
In the shallower levels, it’s just dizziness and nausea.
But if you go 12km down, you will bleed from hole to hole as you ascend.
But if you go 12km down, you will be “bleeding from hole to hole” when you climb, and if you go 15km down, you will be “certain death” when you climb.
Therefore, diving deep into the Abyss is a suicide mission.
It is a suicidal act to dive deep into the Abyss.
In this work, there is a setting in which such a scene of a cute character is portrayed without hesitation.
The more the story progresses, the more the setting comes to the fore.
There is dizziness in the beginning, vomiting and bloodshed in the middle, and even human mutilation in the end.
It is clearly a “gory” work.
The deeper you go into the story, the more the reality of such a baptism hits the girls.
They are children.
These girls are children. Riko, in particular, has no way to fight.
Sometimes they bite back their own helplessness in the reality of the Abyss.
Sometimes they pay the price, and yet they dive deeper and deeper.
Two girls with young minds and young bodies.
But both of them have strong minds and strong bodies.
The adults of this world are trying to reconcile the blessings they brought back from the Abyss
The adults of this world know the benefits they brought back from the Abyss and the realities of the Abyss.
That’s why the only adults in the Abyss are the ones who are somewhat crazy.
That’s why the only adults in Abyss are somewhat crazy and strange.
The adults are sometimes kind and sometimes harsh to Rico and Reg.
This is their attitude because they are in Abyss.
If they don’t hit the children with the reality, they will die easily.
Because they entered the Abyss without the skills or the heart to “reject death,”
That’s why adults have to hit them with reality.
The explorer named “Ozen” went into the Abyss with Rico’s mother.
It is because of this that she is able to teach Rico, the daughter of her former apprentice.
That’s why she teaches Rico, the daughter of her former apprentice, about reality without hiding it. This is also what her mother once told her.
Riko is a being who “died and came back to life” in the Abyss.
Even though she knows this, she continues to walk into the abyss.
My mother’s things have returned from the abyss. But her corpse is not there.
She knows that her mother is waiting for her at the bottom of the abyss.
It is because of this hope that she sinks her feet deeper.
Their purpose is to meet their mother and to find out who they are.
A purpose that sounds like something out of a World Masterpiece Theater anime.
The characters are relentless in their overly harsh development.
It’s clearly an area where people have different tastes.
The original author is definitely a “dosser.
He pushes his characters too hard and too far.
Especially in the last part of the story, I wanted to turn away from the harsh development.
The “poison” that attacks Rico’s body relentlessly and the constant bleeding.
The honest smile that appeared on her face in the first episode is nowhere to be seen.
The combination of spirited drawing and spirited acting
It’s not simply the grotesqueness of the depiction.
Rather than a simple grotesqueness in the depiction, it is an “egregiousness” that pushes the character to the edge of her mental state.
The way Riko suffers is thoroughly depicted.
Reg can do nothing but stare at such suffering.
“Cut it off.”
The girl who begs to cut off her poisoned left hand in order to “survive”.
The baptism and determination of a girl of only 12 years old.
Fear, pain, and suffering attack the girl without mercy.
If only I had done that then. Reg” regrets.
But there is no point in regret. She accepts the reality of what has happened.
In order to save her, in order to move forward, he breaks the girl’s thin arm and cuts off her left hand.
There is no such thing as opportunism in this story, the reality is too painful and it hits you without mercy.
In the midst of their despair, Rico and Reg meet an existence that can be called hope.
That being “Nanachi”.
She looks like a beast, and knows things that Rico and Reg do not.
She knows things that Rico and Reg don’t. This is synonymous with having a past of painful reality.
Once, she was just a child. She was once a mere child, but in her poverty, she fell under the spell of a prospector.
She found hope in the Abyss.
But there is not always hope there.
It’s just a place to be used.
In the midst of such despair, Nanachi sacrificed her friends and her human form.
She only survived.
All that remains is his own form, which has become a beast, and the “remains” of his friends, who have lost their personality, intelligence, and human form.
She wanted to be saved. She is in need of help.
Then, “Rico” and “Reg” appeared.
Nanachi saves Riko’s “life”, Reg saves her friend’s “soul”, and
Rico saved Nanachi’s “heart”.
In the midst of an Abyss full of despair, an Abyss that refuses to let them reach the abyss.
In the midst of the Abyss, which is full of despair and refuses to let us reach the abyss, these women are clinging to the little hope and “life” that exists in the midst of despair.
Those who are trapped in the Abyss are somehow insane.
Even though the reality is so harsh.
In spite of the harsh reality that awaits them, they cannot stop their longing.
Review: The New World Masterpiece Theater
Overall, this is a work that strongly divides people’s tastes.
In the beginning, there is a Ghibli-like dusty world view and characters.
It’s a work of art that has a lot to offer. and those who feel
There are two types of people: those who find it “interesting” and those who find it “unwatchable.
To put it simply, it is a work that creates “devoted fans” and “strong antagonists”.
It is easy to get emotionally involved with the characters because of the very detailed descriptions in the beginning.
It’s easy to get emotionally involved with the characters because of the careful descriptions in the beginning, and the gap between that and the harsh developments in the middle and later parts of the story makes it easy to get into the work.
Or, on the other hand, you can’t accept the development and feel rejected by it.
It’s all a matter of taste.
Unfortunately, the first season ends after only one school year.
Unfortunately, since the first season ended after only one school year, the story ended in a very half-hearted way.
There are too many mysteries and foreshadowing that have not yet been revealed.
There are too many mysteries and foreshadowing that are not revealed, and the story progresses too slowly to be described with care.
The worldview and setting are well-developed, and the characters are well-drawn.
The story is also interesting. The story is also interesting.
Because the main character is a child, the way he desperately tries to survive in that worldview and the way he boldly faces the unbearable reality
It’s a story about a child who struggles to survive in a world where he is the protagonist, and it’s a story about a child who struggles to survive in a world where he is the protagonist.
However, some people may feel that this charm is so strong that it is horrifying.
However, the appeal is so strong that some people may find it horrifying. If you go deeper into the issue, it may evolve into a question of morality and ethics for each individual.
It’s a masterpiece, and that’s why it’s so controversial.
The fact that Riko, Reg, Nanachi, and the other explorers risked their lives to dive into the Abyss is a testament to the fact that the story is a masterpiece.
Just as Rico, Reg, Nanachi, and the other explorers are fascinated enough to dive into the Abyss even at the risk of their lives.
Just as Reg, Nanachi, and the other explorers are fascinated enough to dive into the Abyss, even at the risk of their own lives, so are the viewers of this work fascinated enough to turn away from the scenes that make them want
Just as I am fascinated enough to dive into the Abyss even when I want to turn away from it, I am fascinated by this work even when I am shown scenes that make me want to turn away.
Personal Thoughts: Strongly Disagreeable
Personally, I like this work.
It is a work that would certainly be treated as a problematic work if it were to be noticed by someone who is a bit picky.
I personally don’t like entertainment.
I personally feel that the entertainment is original and interesting enough to divide people’s tastes, and that it is entertaining enough to be treated as a problem work.
I personally think that entertainment is original and interesting enough to be treated as a problematic work, but
I can understand why some people dislike this work.
I can understand why people dislike this work. The second season has been decided, but I don’t think it will be as dusty as the beginning of the first season.
If possible, I would like the story to be depicted in the medium of “anime” until the end.