Welcome to Big Order discussion thread. Come here to chat about the latest episodes, the characters, plot, or the series in general.
Big Order Genres: Action, Shonen, Power Studio: Asread Premiere Date: April 16, 2016 Episode Count: ? Adaptation: Manga Streaming: Crunchyroll,
Plot: Ten years ago, a child wished for the destruction of the world. Now, a group of people has the ability to grant their wishes depending on their power. They are called "Order User."
Before these great people who have the power of "Order," one person excels the most with the ability to rule and conquer the world and turn people into puppets when it is in his jurisdiction. This power belongs to Hoshimiya Eiji, who is also responsible for the destructive phenomena that happened exactly ten years ago.
Crunchyroll confirmed on Thursday that it will stream the anime adaptation of Sakae Esuno's Big Order manga as it airs in Japan. The stream will premiere worldwide outside of Asia on Friday, April 15 at 2:00 p.m. EDT.
Ep 2 had a different feel, it was comedic when the Yuno girl (forgot her name, so I call her Yuno for now) dies and regenerates over and over in her attempt to kill the protagonist without directly killing him due to his order.
Iyo's character was the spotlight. The show is a bit forceful in trying to make things bloody and dark, and there wasn't remorse for the fallen, they were the family members of the Ten folks. Couldn't believe what Iyo's statement was true. She got pregnant after her ears were grabbed by protagonist. The show has some twisted humor.
After reading ANN reviews, I didn't learn this but Eiji's powers are vague and inconsistent.
For some odd reason, we had a lot of fan service for the bathing scene at the beginning of the episode. Didn't expect Kagekiyo was into women and fondling them. Lots of light beams. I didn't think this show's fan service was like To Love Ru.
Then, we had this strange scene with Eiji and his sister. I couldn't tell if they had sex or just took a shower together.
Like any Shonen protagonist (can I call this show, shonen? It's more seinen), Eiji is oblivious to a girl. Iyo had to strip and shout at him with love confession. (there is my ecchi of the week material here) Though, the female characters in most shonen never took the steps Iyo had taken.
If you are a fan of Future Diary, that might influences the events since authors don't deviate much in their works.
Taka: I remember watching Devils' Line. I can't remember any issues I had. I have to look at my comments.
Oct 13, 2021 2:07:17 GMT
Old Man Dream: One of those familiar vampire stories in a modern setting where the male lead hates himself because of his vampiric nature and is in love with a human woman. The execution of the whole story is pretty clumsy and from what I gather, the anime is...
Oct 13, 2021 9:20:17 GMT
Old Man Dream: ...rushing through 40 chapters of manga material to fit into 12 anime episodes. Definitely shows with how quickly it's creaming through events, with the main couple being bland between angsty male vampire and the human female devoted to him.
Oct 13, 2021 9:21:50 GMT
Old Man Dream: Besides that plot, said male lead's involved with a secret government agency tasked with controlling vampires that give into their bloodlust.
Oct 13, 2021 9:22:42 GMT
Old Man Dream: And adding more insult to injury, the new Injustice animated movie is a big mess.
Oct 14, 2021 1:39:37 GMT
Taka: I read through my comments. Bloodlust and rapes along with innuendos. The romance I never mentioned of - with the details you mentioned - I remembered now it was pretty bad.
Oct 14, 2021 4:39:16 GMT
Old Man Dream: I'm thankfully pretty far in the series. Just have 3 more episodes, which I should get taken care of by tomorrow evening. Kind of regret thinking this would be a good title to dabble into for Halloween.
Oct 14, 2021 9:17:57 GMT
Taka: Didn't catch the Injustice movie. Waiting for it to be digitally available. That's a shame.
Oct 15, 2021 1:57:55 GMT
Old Man Dream: The movie got leaked online a week early before its release date. The negative reception to it, especially with how regarded the comic book and video game versions of Injustice are, got me curious to see how bad it was. I won't spoil things unlike most...
Oct 15, 2021 9:18:08 GMT
Old Man Dream: ...folks are unfortunately doing. But I'll just say that it both tries cramming too much into an 80-minute film and alters things rather heavily compared to the game and comics.
Oct 15, 2021 9:19:07 GMT
Taka: That is a shame considering they split Long Halloween into two parts. I guess with Injustice, you are appealing to 3 groups: the video game folks, the comic book folks, and then the new fans.
Oct 16, 2021 5:59:49 GMT
Old Man Dream: It sounds like you're assuming the games and comics run separate stories. The video game series serves as the main story of the franchise, while the comics serve as prequel or interquel to expand on and fill in the details on events that weren't...
Oct 16, 2021 12:33:54 GMT
Old Man Dream: ...elaborated on within the video games.
Oct 16, 2021 12:36:18 GMT
Taka: Thanks for the correction. For some reason I thought the video game was loosely based on the comic books and treated the two as separate stories. With fighting games, I assumed they had more flexibility due to different endings.
Oct 17, 2021 2:49:30 GMT