Well, I've got a few reviews lined up. Finished watching R.O.D. both the OVA and the TV series, and also watched the latest masterpiece by Mamoru Hosoda (The director of The Girl who Leap Through Time and my personal favorite Summer Wars) Wolf Children. I also have just beaten Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers and am currently making my way through Kirby Mass Attack (I wanted to put a game in between Soul Hackers and Etrian Odyssey Untold so that I don't burn out on First Person dungeon crawlers as fast). But first this Sunday is going to be a Sunday Without God... Because that's the name of the anime I'm reviewing , not because I'm an Atheist or anything... I mean I am an Atheist but... Yeah, let's just get on with the review.
|Who knew the end of the world would be so pretty... and Adorable.|
|"Excuse me, are you-" "No, I'm not that guy from Devil Survivor!"|
|It's so beautiful, yet sad.|
Sunday Without God is a hard anime to try to describe. It has a bleak premise, but is hopeful throughout it. It is about the end of humanity, but it often showcases the best of us even during our darkest hour. It is both sad and happy at the same time. This leaves me with a hard time trying to find a word to qualify what the series is like outside of the word: Beautiful. It manages to mix such contradictory premises together in a way that is both emotionally draining, but also renew all that it has drained away. The series has my highest recommendation just for that. If you haven't seen it yet, Sunday Without God is a Must Watch!
Sunday Without God can be watched on Crunchyroll: http://www.crunchyroll.com/sunday-without-god
Until next time,