Daos' Wolf's Rain Tv Review

Wolf's Rain

Rated: 9

Overall, the anime was awesome. From the very beginning that Kiba stumbled into town to the very end of the anime when-I loved it all. The presentation of the anie is very nicely done, and you really sympathize with the characters as they go along their journey to Paradise. Quite njoyable, I also like the lessons the show gives us (won't say anything) rather than just the mindless watching.
What I also love about this anime is the Russian. I've seen it quite a few times, from signs to books to maps. I was a little surprised to see Russian too, because I'm used to seeing Japanese kanji and things taking place in Japan. This was definetely a nice twist to the whole thing, and I think artists should try to incorporate other languages in their anime like this one has done.

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Beamas' Wolf's Rain Tv Review

Wolf's Rain

Rated: 8

This is a decent anime steeped in made up mythology and post-apocalypse technological gadgets. It's interesting to note that in Japan itself, wolves once existed but were hunted to extinction a very long time ago. The first thing you'll probably notice about this anime is the intro song Stray, and the opening vocals which are ear-piercingly ugly. If you listen to it enough times, it grows on you, it really does. Actually, all the music here is done in English by English speakers. Some good, some bad.

Anyway, the initial concept of this anime(wolves hiding among humans) carries this anime a long way, and they quickly settle into a story in this world they've introduced you into. However, at times the pace gets slow and the anime gets more than a little dull.

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