You know, watching the first season of Gatchaman Crowds this year (which I also reviewed for Another Castle if you want to check it out.) had me thinking….
- We definitely more main characters like Hajime Ichinose.
- We need more eccentric characters that doesn’t wear out its welcome quick
- ….This show isn’t gonna change for you so fuck you….at least that’s what the show is saying.
This is GATCHAMAN CROWDS Insight.
Director: Kenji Nakamura
Series Composition: Toshiya Ono
Original Character Design: Kinako
Character Design: Yûichi Takahashi
Chief Animation Director: Yûichi Takahashi
Animation Production: Tatsunoko Production
Internet Streaming: Crunchyroll
(Unlicensed at the time of this first impression)
Plot Summary: A year has passed since the “Tachikawa Incident” in summer 2015. CROWDS — the system that turns the mentality of humans into physical form that Berg Katze gave to Rui Ninomiya after extracting his NOTE — has spread among the public. Prime Minister Seitarō Sugayama backs the plan, but not everyone agrees with his policy, and a mysterious organization attacks Sugayama’s vehicle, marking the start of a series of new conflicts.
First Thoughts: Some people say that the plot of Gatchaman Crowds is dense and complicated and while they make valid points, I felt like those people were really overthinking it at this point. At the beginning of the series, the show still carries a lot of the excitement and fun from the first series and added a new character Tsubasa in the mix with the added element of these emotion-esque bubbles……OK, when did this turn into Inside Out? I guess with this show, it relies on the emotional aspect as it seems.
Well, I don’t have really much more to say about this except…..
CONTINUE on a Medium-to-high Priority
Hey, I’m actually starting to enjoy the summer season. I’ve only watched 4 or 5 shows and most of them I like.
It’s not like anything bad is coming my way.
Until then, this is MAK2.0 aka The Blue Hybrid, saying so far I’m liking Gatchaman Crowds better than Yatterman Night.