Shingeki no Bahamut: Genesis
I cannot understand how some people go crazy over this show. I watched the first episode very closely and found it rather amusing. Amusing, but not awesome.
The artwork is alright. The protagonist could be picked out of any line-up, not just because he’s annoying. Although I must admit that certain things, like Amira’s transformed state, look pretty good.
I must also admit that the story does seem interesting. It is by no means as good as some of the other shows this season, but I will probably end up watching this show either way if it remains interesting.
Fantasy fans might really like this. I am pretty confident in saying that. I am not necessarily a fantasy fan, but even I must admit that I am interested. I don’t care much for the main characters’ shrill voice though.
Plot Summary: Mistarcia is a magical world where humans, gods, and demons mingle together. In the past, the black-and-silver winged Bahamut has threatened to destroy the land, but humans, gods, and demons overcame their differences to fight together and seal its power. The key to that seal was split in two, one half given to the gods and the other to demons, so that they would never be united and Bahamut never released. Now, two thousand years later, the world is in an era of peace – until the day a human woman steals the gods’ half of the key.