Yuki doesn't have many flaws because his character isn't that well developed. One day, Yukiteru wakes up and finds that his diary entries, had already been written for him. The bloodbath scenes are the ones that look the most realistic and it's obvious that the animators took their most time in animating these. Remember, this anime takes itself seriously. Unfortunately, that complexity only really shows up in the last few episodes, so until then she's pretty much a one note character - crush, kill, Yukki!. I see no reason to dock an anime points unless the animation is so miserable that it has negative effects my viewing experience, and one of my favorite animes is Berserk, which is terribly animated. Featured Media is the first, and so far the only, opening theme of.
Fan Made Portal This is the Fan Made Portal. Then we have our female protagonist, Yuno, the main source of yandere-ness, fanservice and body bags. Read the rules for examples. And spent the entire day at work the second day anticipating what would happen in the anime after i got home. Given his mental state of loosing his parents, his discision can't be blamed, also his despiration to bring them back.
The action scenes are fast paced and well animated and the characters all look fine. Yukiteru, is not a good character. Summary: Lonely high school student, Yukiteru Amano, spends his days writing a diary on his cellphone, while conversing with his two seemingly imaginary friends Deus Ex Machina, who is the god of time and space, and Murmur, the god's servant. If you're going to change a character's attitude, make sure it isn't baffling and that it sticks. He piled the train up, barely being able to fit in all of this stuff onto it, and set it off - awaiting for the end result. This doesn't make his crying and patheticness any less annoying, but it's justifiable. I experienced all sort of emotions throughout the anime, fear, happiness, excitement, sadness.
Takao Hiyama is a high school teacher who also happens to be the serial killer reported in the news. John Bacchus is the Mayor of Sakurami City and one of the main antagonists on the show. The shock value was insane. Read At your own risk! Character 10 - I would rate this higher if possible. It is sung by Yousei Teikoku. Bear in mind, Deadman also has a whiny protagonist and a mysterious girl that saves him from everything, and that I don't hold this anime in high regards. She's a selfish, unreasonable character who's popularity is earned from her constant blushing and murdering.
Yuki tried to resist killing other players until near the end he succumbed to all the others, when his parents died, he lost everything he had, and wanted to bring them back. Keep in mind, a manga page would contain anywhere from 10 seconds to a minute and a half of anime screen time. All to see the end result that his precious train would deliver. Overall 3 Story 4 Animation 6 Sound 8 Character 1 Enjoyment 3 This anime is one that has a lot of good surrounding it by word of mouth, and every once in a while you hear someone say it was meh or not worth watching. She's the selling point on the entire anime for me. Most of the psychological thrills stem from trying to figure out what the heck shes going to do next. However, The Eleventh is very likely one of the most ruthless and manipulative of all diary owners.
Mirai Nikki is certainly worth giving a shot. Did it answer a few questions? So why did a bunch of characters with messed up lives get chosen to be diary holders, and then someone like Yuki I won't focus on the Eighth who lives a completely normal life gets chosen as well? Now for the worst part of it all. What would you do if you had something that told you the future? Normally the media would be all over a series of bombings, massacres, etc. Aside from being isolated and awkward most likely due to the emotional effect of seeing his parents divorce each other , there really isn't that much for Seventh to make him question. I won't say too much as to not spoil the series, though. After that happened though I didn't care about much else. The story had some strong points - while the fighting scenes didn't always make the most sense or had little to no build-up, they were very entertaining to watch and I'd be lying if I said I wasn't interested in seeing how it played out.
This man loved trains so much that every year or so he would put different things on the train and send it off for other people to see and enjoy. Maybe in the future I'll watch the anime, or perhaps one day they'll make a remake that will enhance the show and make it the masterpiece that it certainly could be. And he isnt without redeeming moments either. The story is awesome, however the show itself lacks a certain flow. Speaking of insulting, this show has a nasty tendency to have its world just forget about some of the big events related to the diary holders. No, I can tell you right now that I don't.
Yuki is an introverted, socially awkward, spineless kid who can very easily inspire hatred and loathing in all of us. He put razors, cyanide, bombs, and even decided to mix in some sweet things with all of this, like boxes of sugar and a pink dress fit for a loli. There has been a few other Japanese suspense shows that I've watched that have this same problem. I liked the music they used too. They made sure to throw in as many psychotic characters, themes, events and mix it in to be able to attract as many viewers as possible. Empty hospitals, incompetent cops, silent bystanders. Yuno also makes it a point to confess her love for Yukiteru, by showing him her future diary, which tells her everything there is to know about Yukiteru, perfect for a stalker, as she has been doing for the past year.