Hello everyone! Welcome back to another mysterious anime review.
I have tried to keep updated with all the latest anime as much as I can and, I try to give my reviews and opinion regarding the same.
I was perusing through the web and stumbled on a review that Irina, a friend of mine, had written. I got so interested in the concept and thought to give it a try.
Here I am with the review for Noblesse: Awakening. Noblesse is a Korean Manhwa written by Son Jeho and illustrated by Lee Kwangsu. Posted in 2007 on Webtoon, and the story was concluded in 2019.
Noblesse Awakening is an OVA that gives a proper introduction to the story. Before you watch the Crunchy roll produced ‘Noblesse’ you should give this a watch. Otherwise, you won’t get an idea regarding the ‘story.’
The premise of the story talks about a Noble who existed many millennia ago, who protected the Nobles of the land who were targetted by humans. After years of slumber, he emerges from a Coffin and returns to the world that we know today. He is a vampire who existed almost 820 years ago and is known as the Noblesse.
What grabbed my eye about this anime is its gripping story and the tone it conveys. It is eerie as well as very classy. It feels like a slice of life anime but also enters and builds it’s world effectively.
Noblesse is a powerful noble who goes by the name of Cadis Etrama Di Raizel. He awakens from his slumber in an abandoned building in South Korea and, is introduced to the new world. He wanders into a school that is run by his old servant Frankenstein.
Frankenstein runs a high school and, he works as a director there. His master is amazed by the new world and wants to engulf himself into what it had to offer. He enrolls as a student in Ye Ran Highschool. He befriends three students Shinrwu, Ikhan, and Yuna (Shinrwu’s love interest).
Cadis Etrama Di Raizel preferred to be known as Rai get accustomed to many things in the new world. He is very open to new things and quite optimistic.
Many suspicious people from the villain organization arrive at the scene in hopes of finding the remnants of the coffin. M-24 and M-21 are part of the organization and are acting with different intentions to find the Noblesse while their superiors are the real villains who want to go terrorizing Japan.
An incident involving Rai’s newly acquainted friends leaves them as targets for the organization to hunt. They are ‘captured,’ and the Director of the school Frankenstein is informed about their whereabouts.
The animation quality is really clear and refined. You won’t see one grey area that would catch your eye. It feels like a mix of slice of life mixed in with gruesome scenes. The portrayal of Rai is the best part, and it truly conveys the atmosphere of the anime to the viewers.
Frankenstein and Rai head towards the co-ordinates where they face the villains who are waiting for them. I cannot explain through words how this scene got me hooked on this anime. Frankenstein was damn strong but, Rai was savage.
The scene where he doesn’t look Jake in the eye and uses his power to make him kneel while saying that scum like him deserve to be beneath him conveys the royalty and superiority underlying in his character.
The dialogues, the soundtracks, and the animation are top-notch in this anime. The story is truly incredible and gripping. The characters are so relatable and vibrant and suit the environment that they are placed in. It was a treat watching this show and, I know that you would love it too.
Hello everyone! Welcome back to another fun-filled anime review. Today we will be discussing God of Highschool episodes 8 and 9. Let’s dive in
God of Highschool is a Webtoon Korean Manhwa written and illustrated by Yongje Park and the anime produced by Crunchyroll and Mappa studios.
It revolves around Jin Mori and the GOH tournament in which people from different backgrounds, fighting styles come together to take part. Beneath all that, there is something more in the midst of all this.
To be honest, after watching 9 episodes of God Of Highschool I have noticed a few issues about the anime. I will discuss that further in the post but a quick recap to the event that transpired in episode 8
The magician, a member of the SIX watches from a distance as his grandson undergoes surgery. Park Mujin has to answer his questions on why Jegal Taek is not disqualified.
The mysterious key everyone talks about comes up again. The key is somewhat like ‘the chosen one’ sort of thing and it’s quite clear as to what it is.
Another match wages on between Chungcheongnam-do V Jeollanam – Do. Jeollanam-Do wins the first round rather easily but the next two rounds Chungcheongnam – do teams for the taking. The Park cousins splendidly win their matches with ease.
The highlight of this episode is Park Illpyo. He uses an old martial arts form called Tekkyon, forgotten for some time. Jin Mori realizes that he might have some connection with Jin Taeijin his grandfather.
Called forth by Park Mujin, Jin Mori learns about the possibility that his grandfather might be in danger. This has been running on his mind for some time. He feels that if he was a bit stronger he might be able to go help his grandfather.
Just as he was thinking about all these things Park Illpyo comes to visit him. He instantly picks a fight with Jin Mori as soon as they meet. To be honest this was a fun scene to watch. Their fighting styles coincided in such a way that each of them had a chance at getting the other in a real fight.
Jin Mori asks about the tiger mark on his back and he confirms Mori’s suspicions that he might know Jin Taijin.
The viewers are shown a glimpse of Illpyo’s past and how he became the person he is. Jin Taeijin gave him purpose when no one could. All left alone he was the one who gave him the textbook to learn all the techniques of Tekkyon, an art form that his grandfather Park Ittae had trained in.
In a really heartwarming interaction, we find a really relatable sleepy head Jin Mori carried around by his grandfather. The anime depicts relationships in short scenes but all the while creates a sense of relatability. Even if it is a little bit fast paced the characters are fleshed out nicely.
For a boy who had very few good memories in his life, the words that Jin Taejin said to him were precious to him. This is the story of how he met Jin Taeijin.
At that instant, Jeagal Teak attacks them out of the blue. Jin Mori’s escaped without a scratch due to Park Illpyo’s intervention. The writer does a fine job of depicting insecurities faced by Mori in subtle ways. The subtle thing swish past the audience and the idea gets implanted in their heads.
Q, one of the commissioners of GOH goes rogue and tries to attack Park Mujin. Allegations were thrown upon him on why he let Sim Bongsa’s family die. Mujin reciprocates by repelling Q to the wall and subduing him. Q realizes later that Mujin Park had actually saved his wife and daughter from Nox and had relocated them to another secret location.
Mujin Park is in the neutral I guess. The author finely places him between the 2 extremes. We don’t know who or what he is and what fuels him to go on. Intrigue is a very enticing drug.
Concerning events leading to the death of Sim Bogsa and the attack on Q, GOH tournament members know that there is a traitor in their midst and they want to find out who it is soon.
Han Daewi approaches Q and asks him to train him. He wants to attain Chakreyok and get stronger to help his team.
Han and Mira get alerts on their phone saying it’s Mori’s bday. They rush to his apartment with food in hand. He cherishes the words that his grandfather said and understands the meaning of it all. This show is not all about fighting but the relationships and lessons they learn at each moment in life.
Things get much dicier in episode 9. Jin Mori receives directions and a photo of his grandfather without a hand. He ditches the match and rushes off to save him.
In the area, Yu Mira goes against a mysterious team. The Seoul team is at a disadvantage due to the suspension of Han Daewi and the unknown whereabouts of Jin Mori. Mira goes mano-e-mano with the muscular man.
In a few minutes, she realizes he is not someone normal. She realizes that her moonlight sword is being yielded by the man right in front of her. Her power is being used against her, to undermine her and to destroy her. She strives to buy some time so that Jin Mori can return to the stage.
As Han Daewi searches the complex for Jin Mori, he stumbles upon his former opponent incapacitated. Much to Han’s surprise this girl attacks her and after seeing his masculine aura falls kisses him. Everything is fast-paced in this anime.
Jin Mori reaches a warehouse, presumably the location where his grandfather’s confined. He stumbles upon the place a fight his grandpa’s hand missing and in shackles. While he tries to remove the shackles the flesh mutates and ends up exploding.
Nox, the evil cult/organization has planned all this so that their team can win GOH. Mori finds dead bodies of different teams in the warehouse and realizes that they have been ‘cutting down the competition.’ Their goal is unknown but they will not stop until they win.
The people facing Yu Mira as well as Jin Mori are imposters dresses as contestants. This tournament is brutal. People and villains infiltrate this shindig and the commissioners aren’t doing anything. Its an all-out brawl and the only motive is to find the key that will accomplish an unforeseen goal.
Yu Mira hurt, she hits a near-death state, she attains Chakreyok. She magnificently dodges her opponent’s attack and attains ownership of her sword back.
She slices and dices her opponent and incapacitates him.
As she falls, Jin Mori approaches and holds her head before she hit the ground.
Jin Mori looked angry. Like more than normal. In a very innovative way, the series shows how Mori took down the agent and how he takes down his current opponent simultaneously.
He uses a new move and takes them down instantly. The epicness of a strong main character being born is second to none
The Six realize that a new Tiger Cub is born and he is a force to reckon with.
The series is going at a good pace and the animation and storytelling are wonderful. But it’s a weird feeling when people use Chakreyok. I feel that this power scaling did not get a proper introduction. I understand that they will reveal the secrets behind the Chakreyok but still its a bit confusing.
I do appreciate the way that the fights are framed. Hand to hand combat along with Chakreyok. They don’t take away the essence that the anime provides.
4 more episodes left. The hype is real. Drop your opinions down in the comments. Until next time. See ya!
Hello Everyone! Welcome to another fun-filled anime review. God Of Highschool Episode 7 is out and it is something that we did not expect to be. Let’s dive in.
At first glance, God of Highschool seemed like an anime which was an all-out hand to hand fighting tournament. I thought it was something like Naruto or Dragon Ball Z but it is so much more than that. God of Highschool revolves around Jin Mori who takes part in the tournament. He goes against many foes in hopes of becoming the top fighter.
Q, one of the commissioners were presumably deceased. To everyone’s surprise, he is alive and well. Nox, the evil cult had attacked him and killed the announcer. Q seems cool as a cucumber but enraged. He engages in combat with this assassin. His chakreyok character the joker slits off his opponent’s hands. The fight scene is amazing and Q is brutal. As he goes for the kill, thwarting his attempt were two assassins from the NOX.
They were priestly members of the NOX group. The two members assault Q, but he isn’t ready to back down. He goes on the offensive and tries to take them out. O appears to help Q out. They both fight against these Chakreyok users. It is a weird concept because there is so much more to find out about Chakreyok. The fight scene is splendid but it was a bit confusing because of the elements used.
This series went from all hand to hand fighting to something much more out of this world. Unlike other anime, GOH does the job of implementing the supernatural power with hand to hand combat and its appreciated. If that was not the case there would be nothing different between this and the other anime.
Simultaneously, the tournament’s first 3 man Match was ongoing. Each member of the team will face the other. There would be 3 rounds and the one who will 2 of 3 will pass to the next round. The first match was Cheoungbouk-do V Seoul. Jin Mori and his teammates are hesitant about the fact that people may use Chakreyok so they are extra vigilant.
Jin Mori faces off with Nah Gidong. In a funny turn of events, Jin Mori petrifies his body using that wrong pressure point technique and losses the match. It was a new technique that he had learned but he wasn’t able to execute it.
TO be honest, Mori is my favorite character, and not seeing him not fight did not psyche me up for this episode. Even so, Han and Mira take that pain away. 😀
Han Daewi faces off against Jim Pun Kwang. He is a 38-year-old Highschool student and the oldest in the tournament. A glimpse into his backstory forms an initial idea about how he is as a person. He gave up on life when he was a high schooler and wanted to take command of his life. So he is pursuing his education and wants to win this tournament so that he can help students like him more.
There are those moments in anime when the team the main character is against is much more impressive. In this case, the team that was against Seoul was much more relatable and worth rooting for. They were true underdogs who wanted to make a difference in the world.
Han Daewi’s friend always wanted to be what he wished to be. Han wanted to become the greatest fighter and that is a dream that is worth fighting for. Jim Pun Kwang uses chakreyok and overpowers Han, but badly bruised, he came back fighting. He wanted to win for his friends and take them to the next level. A clash between similar dreams wages on and in the end Han Daewi wins spectacularly.
The next match takes place between Jang Jangmi and Yuu Mira. In Jang Jangmi’s backstory, Jim Pun had helped her in a pinch. She wanted to be the best in whatever she does but the reality is quite shocking. She loses again and again to a certain opponent and it inadvertently turns into rage. She wanted to quit what she was doing. The path seemed dark but Jim pulled her out. Their relationship blooms in this way and it is quite heartwarming to watch.
Yuu Mira gets the best of her and breaks her sword. Jang does not give up. She creates a sword using Chakreyok and fends off Mira’s advances. Mira has a dream and she has been training hard to achieve it. She uses a technique and with one kick she destroys her Chakreyok and takes her down.
The Seoul team is triumphant but there is a lesson that the other team conveys. It is to never give up, stand strong, and try again. Also, I can’t stress this part enough. The scene in which Yu Mira squishes Mori’s cheeks as if he were her brother, was too Kawaaai!!!.
The next match was too brutal to watch. Jaegal Teik, quite a dangerous man demolishes his opponents. His chakreyok is a shark and it devours its opponents like a real carnivore. He decimated everyone on that team and was merciless. I won’t provide spoilers but the whole set up of GOH is about to change. It is going to get more and more brutal from here on out.
After the events of the attack on Q, Park Mujin suspects that there is a mole in the organization. He also gets a report that Jin Taejin, Mori’s grandfather could be abducted. A severed hand found in the forest confirms that it was Jin Taejin’s. The anime is expanding at a tremendous pace and the viewers must be vigilant to grab every ounce of it. More exciting matches and events are on its way and we can expect it to be amazing. There is a lot of stuff to clear up about the Chakreyok but I believe that they will clear it up very soon.
Hope you liked the review. Until next time. See ya!
Hey everyone! Welcome back to another fun-filled anime review. Today we will be discussing God of Highschool episode 5
God of Highschool has proved to be a force to be reckoned with. Every episode is a marvel to watch. The creator Yongje Park and Mappa studios may have created a spectacle that is engaging as well as emotional.
In the last episode we were left shocked and trembling after Han Daewi and Yoo Mira clashed fists. She was overpowered and taken down brutally by Han Daewi.
Han Daewi has been a very complicated character from the beginning and none of his tournament friends know about his past. The reason he is fighting in the tournament is to save his friend who is hospitalized with an incurable disease.
Woo Seungtae and Han Daewi were friends who fought against the world but with the world turned against, it calls for some drastic measures. The past is showcased a bit in this episode and how their friendship bloomed. The past is seriously a defining element for character development.
Jin Mori meets Yoo Mira in the hospital after her brutal fight. She is a considerate friend and understands that something must be going on with him as he is acting this way. When Yoo Mira was about to marry Seongjin, Mori and Han came to her rescue. Without asking for help they exactly knew what she was going through and reached by her side to help her. She understands and wants to do the same for him.
The anime’s pacing is really good. Character development plays a great part in this and they have got that correct. Mujin Park offers an ultimatum for Han Daewi’s request. He makes a deal with him and the conditions say that he has to win the semi-finals as well as the finals to truly help his friend. We understand the reason why he was acting out like that against his friend.
The fight between Jin Mori and Han Daewi was something from fairytales. It blew my expectations right out of the water. Mori understands that he is in a lot of pain and purposely holds back so that he might be able to take out a little bit of his frustration on him. Daewi goes all out and pummels on Mori. Neither of them is backing down.
Mujin Park comes to the side of the ring to deliver bitter news. Han Daewi’s friend has passed away and this puts a toll on him. Jin Mori goes all out on Han but he has no fight left in him. As Jin Mori is about to put out the finishing blow on Han, Mira comes with a loudspeaker in hand. She tells Han to keep fighting on and not to give up. She gives him a letter from his friend who passed away.
In it contained encouraging words that fuelled the flame in him to fight more. Jin Mori understands and acts accordingly.
The fight from this point is so innovative and so exciting that no one would be able to sit on their seat. It takes you to the edge, raises your heartbeat, and pumps the adrenaline in you. They both go all out in the end but the victor is none other than Jin Mori.
The most touching scene in this episode was when Mori picked him up on his shoulder and Mira got his other side. Some friendships are infinite. Misunderstanding cannot break them.
An aloof Han Daewi has finally taken his friend’s advice and puts trust in people. Trust in people is reciprocated back and forms a great bond.
Many people mistook this for an all-out brawling tournament, but it’s much more than that. Each fight, each move represents an extension of one’s emotion. The beautiful comradery between the characters is what makes this anime worthwhile. Episode 5 has set the standards high for the upcoming episodes. Looking forward to more of this.
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Welcome to your daily servings of anime reviews. Today we will be discussing God Of Highschool episode 4. Let’s dive in.
God of Highschool is a Korean Manhwa written and illustrated by Yonjge Park and produced by Mappa Studios. It revolves around JIn Mori and his companions who take part in an all style fighting event to be the number one in Korea.
Synopsis and Review:
The past few episodes have been filled with fighting scenes that leave us speechless. Of course, some parts were there that was heartwarming but we had not gone in too deep into one of our main characters Psychi.
The episode titled Wedding / Bond revolves around Mira Yoo. Mira, Jin, and Han are seen walking down the footpath going to their homes as usual after the tournament. We get to know that the next round is the semifinal and one of the matches is going to be Han v Mira. Right at that moment a stranger approaches them and asks for Mira’s hand in marriage.
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We are shown the inside of Mira’s home where she is seen picking out a wedding gown from brochure along with her little sister.
Mira was proposed by the owner of a wealthy sports company and one of the best martial artists in the world Seongjin. He approaches her because he is fascinated by her abilities and her lineage towards the moonlight sword. He promises to her that if she marries, he will bring back the moon sword style and make it the greatest in the world. He also tells her that he is the only one who can do it in a rather sinister fashion.
When Mira was a little girl when she lost her father and his brother took responsibility for her. She is the only living heir to the moon sword style. In an attempt to take on his late brother’s tradition, he becomes a teacher to train people in the art of the moon sword style. He fails and that leaves a disturbing image in Mira’s mind.
In the present, Mira’s guardian meets the guy she is going to marry. He asks as of what intentions he has in marrying her. She is a child. He says that he had seen potential in her and he tauntingly tells him that he wants to revive his families tradition. Bad vibes come out of him.
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Jin Mori is seen confused about what burger he should order. He gets to know from some bystanders that Mira is getting married to Seongjin. Mori goes to Mira’s house to confront her on why she is getting married. After each passing episode, you start falling in love with Jin Mori and start relating to him. He is strong as well as a good friend who only wants to do good things. He’s like a new Goku. 😀
Mira getting into this marriage for an ulterior motive other than love depicts an immoral aspect of our society. Some people are forced into marriage as an ultimatum towards a larger goal and it defeats the purpose of marriage. We can relate to Mira because she is a strong woman who wishes to do anything for her father’s tradition coming to fruition.
Jin Mori talks with his friend Han. He explains to him that everyone has their perspective of things and we cannot change it. So it is better to not get involved in this.
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Mira wears a wedding dress and is ready for betrothal. Her uncle recollects certain memories from the past. We see that Mira has sacrificed a lot of things so that she can attain her goals. Her uncle has seen her through some trying times still putting up a strong face.
Her uncle goes to the groom and tells him to call off the wedding. He explains to him that she is not mature to make decisions yet. She tells her uncle its alright and she is happy. Her hunger for the attainment of her dream has set her on a wrong path and her sister, Suma regrets that she couldn’t do anything to sway her off her disastrous path.
Jin Mori and Suma try to enter the stage but they are blocked by Seongjin’s bodyguards. he tries to get through them but he is threatened by them.
We get to know that this is all a ruse set up by Seongjin. He is a part of the evil organization that was introduced. Their main motive is to acquire the moonlight sword and its heir who can wield its power. It is a relic that can control God as mentioned by the organization’s leader.
Han Daewi arrives to set things in motion. He takes down the guards and proceeds to the staging area along with Jin Mori. Jin and Han enter fashionably inside the staging area to stop the wedding and to convince Mira to get out of this marriage.
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Seongjin attacks them with a katana but his attempts are thwarted by Han. In this gap, Mori tries to convince Mira to not marry the guy. It is endearing to see the characters’ friendships bloom. This series tries to flush out their characters one by one. I realize that it is more than the fights and emotions behind each move are what make this anime golden.
Mira’s uncle and her sister, both support her and only wants what’s best for her. They form a supportive influence on Mira and are the main reason for removing imaginary shackles of tradition.
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The words Mori’s grandfather says and what Mira’s father conveys strike a very strong similarity. They are different people yet their beliefs are the same. To do what you want and to follow your path to fulfill your destiny creates a special bond between these two and I believe that fans would be loving this.
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Seongjin retaliates against all three of them as he unlocks a different kind of power. The three of them had seen this power in action before in the tournament and they know that this does not end well.
Mira gets cut by his sword but in a counter-measure, she uses Moonlight sword style No.6 monkey arm to send him flying and decimates him completely.
She lets go of her past insecurities and looks on to the future. With the help of her new friends, she attains a new sense of happiness.
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This happiness is cut short when Han’s friend in the hospital goes into critical condition. A few people bully him in the office he worked in and trash talk on his friend. Something inside Han snaps and he incapacitates them.
The ending of this episode was quite disturbing. When we thought our three main characters were bonding, Mori sees that Han has gone on a rampage and taken it out on Mira. She is left in a pool of blood and the referee had to stop him to avoid any more injury. Everyone wants to reach the top and there is no place for friends there.
He challenges Mori to meet him in the finals and he accepts. I would love to see how Mori handles this issue in his very carefree way. Can Mori snap Han out of this dismal state? Or will it consume him and make him a greater threat in the future? Tell me your opinions in the comments below.
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Hey Everyone! I’m back with another review. Today we will be discussing episode 3 of God of Highschool.
God of Highschool, written and illustrated by Yongje Park is produced by Crunchyroll production and adapted from webtoons Manhwa. It discusses a fighting tournament set in Seoul, South Korea, where the best fighter is given any wish fulfilled.
The first scene brings us visuals of a cult surrounded by some members plotting something sinister. They explain that it is almost time to initiate their plans. This is the introduction of the villainous organization.
The scene cuts to Go Ghambda and his former opponent in the hospital. Go Ghambda is in really bad shape and hence he has been disqualified from the tournament. His former opponent is going through a mental breakdown and is also eliminated. Mujin Park and his team of coordinators are deciding on what punishment to give Jin Mori.
Mujin peruses through Jin Mori’s application and finds his grandfather’s name familiar. So he decides that Jin Mori will fight one of the tournament coordinators. If the coordinator is defeated, Jin Mori will be reinstated in the match.
The scene with Yoo Mira starts off with a battle against Mah Misseon. Maa Misseon is a pro wrestler and she taunts Mira by saying that her wooden sword is not going to be a match for her. Mah Misseon brutally beats up Mira and in a series of consecutive attacks takes away her sword. She is left defenseless. Mira uses a no sword style and puts a dent in Mah Misseon, finally incapacitating her.
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While leaving the arena, Jin Mori is given a bag of fruits by Mujin Park. He says to him to eat them to replenish his energy. He does this with a very sinister smile. We see a cut scene suggesting that those fruits have some kind of power that might be disastrous for normal humans.
Jin Mori consumes all the fruits and falls to the ground unconscious. Blood seeps out of his body and he is completely incapacitated.
In this episode, we also learn about Han Daewi’s friend who has been hospitalized. This is the same person who he is fighting to earn money for. We find out that he is going through some incurable disease and his sister is working triple shifts to cover up the medical expenses. Han Daewi consoles him as a good friend. You will feel much more relatable to Han after this episode.
The next scene cuts to the arena. Han Daewi is paired against Baek Seungchul, the man who uses a baseball bat. We get to know his fighting style up-close and personal. He memorizes the patterns that fighters use in combat and writes them in his book. He memorizes them and implements them in his fighting style. Han is overpowered by this method. He memorizes the timing of the attacks of his opponent. He gets beat down every single time but he comes back stronger and stronger. In one instant his opponent slipped and he offered to help. It shows how good of a gentleman Han Daewi is.
He is pushed by a raging passion to save his friend. He goes against all odds and releases his final move. A 4 stance karate tactic. He immobilizes his opponent’s defense, then strikes the main points in his body and incapacitates him. Han Wins the round fair and square.
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In the final scene, Jin Mori, our hyperactive fighter enters the ring. He takes down the coordinator in an instant. This leads to something horrific releasing from inside him. It captures Jin and tries to kill him. He is stopped by the other coordinators and Jin is the winner. Mujin Park has very sinister plans for Jin. He hopes to never let him go to achieve a certain goal. We will have to wait and see to find out.
God of High school is turning out to be a force to be reckoned with. Episode 3 and still it is hyping viewers like crazy. Especially, the opening is something I love. It has this crazy new generation feel to it that just makes you want to go crazy. The anime is going in a different than the manhwa but still, it sets the mark and builds characters up on the way. Up until now, everything is looking wonderful for this anime.
Han Daewi needs a special mention here because he is that bad boy type kid with a good heart. Heartwarming characters like this are hard to come by and I appreciate the makers for doing something like this. I would definitely suggest you watch this. Like my review? I would love to know your opinions on today’s’ episode. Like, share, subscribe, and suggest new stuff so that I can review them on my page. Until next time. See ya!
Hey guys! I’m back with another review. It is a good time to be an anime fan. The level of stuff that’s been going on has been crazy. A new episode of God Of Highschool has aired and am speechless. This anime is continuously hyping me up. Let’s dive in.
God of Highschool is written and illustrated by Yonjhi Park. It has been adapted to anime from webtoon comics(manhwa). The premise of this show revolves around a tournament. Jin Mori enters a tournament called God of High school, where he faces off against many foes who possess different fighting styles. His journey to the top is focused on this.
The episode begins with a shot of the President who shares a familiarity with Robert Downey JR’s Tony stark. He is in a conference hall with other agents checking out the events that transpired on the island where a handprint with a cross has been seen. Park Mujin infiltrates the facility and confronts the president.
The scene cuts to the arena where some recuperation procedures are occurring after the big battle royale. The nano-technology that the administrators use and how their healing properties work is showcased here. Our three main characters go back to their homes but they take the same path. They discuss their reasons for why they are doing this. Mori accidentally fiddles with Mira’s sword and it falls into the sea. A touching scene where all the friends help to find the sword is seen. It foreshadows a growing friendship between our characters.
The scene cuts to the next day’s events. A one on one no holds barred match. Anyone can use any style of fighting but there is only one rule, if you go out of the ring for more than 20 seconds you are disqualified.
Various qualify matches are shown in the episode and our main characters all pass with flying colors. The main aspect of this episode is the rivalry between Go Ghamdo, the Tai Chi user, and Kang Mnseok, the guy who has his hands tied up. It starts with Go Ghamdo overwhelming his opponent. He is overpowered in every way and kicked out of the stage. He comes back really strong and starts pounding on Go Ghamdo. One by one he releases his restraints on his hands and starts pounding on Go Ghamdo. He uses and Northeastern style of taekwondo which was used in the army for purposes of survival. He eye-gauges Gamdo, tries to break his hand and legs in an attempt to make him apologize to him for some deep conceited reason.
Watching the unbearable scenario unfolding our hero, Jin Mori steps into the stage and kicks Kang Menseok down. Something demonic rises out of him and tries to attack the administrators as well as Mori. But uses Taekwondo Mori subdues him.
Park Mujin enters the stage and subdues Mori. The coordinators take Mori to someplace to give him punishment for interfering in the event.
Again this anime has totally blown me away. Starting from the Intro song which has become so catchy I can’t stop hearing it. The scene between Mori, Mira, and Daewi is so heartwarming. Seeing their friendship grow is mesmerizing. The fight scenes look really solid. There is no lazy animation in this show. Everything is top-notch and accurate to the point. Slowly and steadily this anime is becoming a force to be reckoned with.
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Welcome to my review on episode 1 of God of High School.
God of Highschool is a webtoon Manhwa that has been adapted into anime by Crunchyroll and produced by Mappa Studios. It is written and illustrated by Yonjhi Park.
This first episode truly blew my mind. Every frame and every second of this was mind-boggling. It was so gripping that you would not apprehend the complexity of what occurred and how did it end so fast.
Introducing the characters:
The first episode introduces us to the main 3 characters of the show Han Daewi (voiced by Daisuke Namikawa ), Yu Mira ( voiced by Ayaka Ohashi), and Jin Mori(Tatsumaru Tachibana).
Premise and Plot of the show:
The basic premise of the show is that a martial arts tournament is held in Seoul, South Korea to decide who the best fighter is in all the high schools combined. All three characters posses different fighting styles and many more characters are being introduced who are unbelievable.
The animation in this is flawless. Every fight scene has been meticulously choreographed and the wait was worth it.
Every punch, every kick, and every emotion has been accurately portrayed.
This is the start for the anime but leaving the premise for this anime something is lurking in the shadows that have not reared its head out. It adds to the excitement.
The first set of scenes showcases a chase scene where all the three main characters coincidentally meet to stop a thief who rides off on a motorbike and it starts with a badass fighting sequence.
The second half of the anime starts with the tournament and I am not going to give you spoilers. Keep your eyes open to falling in love with martial arts.
Overall the first episode was more than what I expected. Being a fan of Tower of God, I had my hopes up pretty good and they took me to the top and send me flying high, wanting more. The first episode deserves a 10/10 for its delivery and you guys should check it out definitely.
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