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Oct 13, 2013 | 7:11 AM EDT
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EDIT: thanks for the daily 1st folks. I had to change the song in the ending credits as it turns out it was plagiarized(never a cool discovery).

Duration: 3 minute episode, 1 minute 23 second credit sequence.

Watch in pop up mode.

Dea is still hanging around Keiichi, neither really have any clue about the other and find out bits and peices on the way.

Wont have another episode up until Next year, probably will have a little supplemental episode around December using the chibi style seen in the credits.

Reviews


Timasaurus007Timasaurus007

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Ehhh... This was very disapointing... The predesecor to this was fantastic, I loved it, it was comedic, had a touch of drama and no draggy scenes and everything in it was spot on, but this...

The voice acting went to complete shit, if you look at the old one, Keji didn't sound like he was doing a presentation and Death had a charm, yet sarcastic voice, in this, it sounds like a emo.

The plot in this had no value whatsoever and was not interesting in the least as others have stated.

Mate, I don't know what you did, but you need to fix it, the series had a load of potential, but this isn't anything special..

I think i'll watch the first one again now.



MaxwellXMaxwellX

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

alright so i subscribed to you solely because i wanted to watch this series, but something has to happen in these episodes, man. like plot. or character development. i'm rooting for you, man!


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johnathan-wrathborne responds:

The curse of ther beginning of a slice of life series is setting up the basics of the characters and establishing the world they live in.

Its kind of a second Intro I know, but this has everythign set up all nice and proper now.


cacalitycacality

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

well animated and interesting enough, but the voices sound a little bit pretended, work on the naturality of the voices, aside from that, there's no complain, looking foward for this.



Se7enSix5iveSe7enSix5ive

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

The animation was top notch indeed. Just didn't really like the storyline that much.



abyss776abyss776

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Pretty solid animation. I definitely enjoyed it and am looking forward to the next episode. That said, I'll throw a little constructive criticism out there as well, pretty much entirely on the sound design and voice acting end.

Keiichi's voice tends to sound kind of forced throughout most dialogue. Doesn't feel like a natural conversation whenever he's talking. The best way I can put it is that the voice acting itself is good out of context, but the feeling of it doesn't always compliment the conversation its in. Dea's voice being robotic makes sense, though, given her personality (or lack thereof).

The other thing is the sounds are very dry. It sounds like people talking into a studio microphone instead of people talking in a room. In a room, there would be some ambient noise, reverb on the voices, maybe even some light EQ depending on the environment. It could be worth working in some of those sound design factors to make everything come across as more natural. It's okay right now, but very sterile, which is not how real life sounds.

Even if these tips aren't immediately helpful for this project, they'll be good to keep in mind in general. In any case, nice job overall. I'm looking forward to seeing some more of this!


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