Nahoko Uehashi talks about life and “sounds” in her recent post on Kemono no Souja Erin Anime.
Akira Suzuki (Art Director: Area 88, Lupin III: Stolen Lupin, S-CRY-ed; Director: Happy Lesson, Kodocha, Maze, Ranma ½: Nihao My Concubine) created a unique world with vast landscapes and symbiotic architecture. Coarse textures along with natural lines and variation in lighting create a pleasant hearty feel. This post covers episodes 1-25.
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This post covers episodes 1-25
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Another review episode due to four-year skip – Erin is 18 now :) New ED song! :) I liked the sequence at the end with Esal recalling her adventures with Jone :)
I really enjoyed instrumental version of the OP featuring violin and harp and uploaded that excerpt from the Episode 29 :) It was followed by another nice harp solo, but that part was heavy on dialog, so I’ll wait for the OST :)
Erin displays a widely ranging repertoire of expressions. Her story is an epic lasting over a decade – this post covers her early years :)
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This reunion reminded me of another true story, so I posted that famous video also :)
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Very sad episode T_T It was nice of Esal to spend some time with Erin who had to face a significant loss in her life again… The pacing of this episode and expressions were especially well done. Reiko Yoshida wrote the screenplay for this episode, as well as episode six (one of the best in the series).
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Amazing episode with great music, new song, and excellent visuals! Kazunobu Fusegi (Aria, Ghost in the Shell, Prince of Tennis) was responsible for script, storyboard, and directing :) Similar to Xam’d 24, this episode featured a good therapy session :)
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<3 ^_^ :3