The fact is, if Makoto ever gets harmed in any way, you can expect hell to break loose.Next
On that note, it's really fascinating to see a parody series like this work so well, something that's different from the tried-and-tired regular "Demon Lords battle" or outrageously evil, revenge stories like Tensei Slime and Shield Hero.
Overall 4 Story 4 Animation 4 Sound 4 Character 4 Enjoyment 5 You ever got into trouble at school and put into detention for something ludicrous? Weirdly enough, studio C2C doesn't a reputation for producing action shows, with the closest reference being 2017's co-production with Satelight on SukaSuka y'know, that obscenely long title. Production wise, the animation has good quality, the art style is nice, the character designs feel unique and you can perceive the artists put a lot of attention to details.Next
With each progressing episode, it became more and more obvious they wanted the show to be strictly a fantasy and ditch away its real world references.
However, powerful others in this world aren't as thrilled to have him there, and they kick him to the edge of the world just as Tsukuyomi declares that he must leave Makoto to find his own way. It's also kinda chill, so you're not always on your toes to see what happens next.Next
The promotional materials and character designs are what you'd expect for a cast of non-human characters.
Overall, despite using tropes that we've seen before, it still managed to feel refreshing by combining them in an original way.
It seems to take the nice aspects of those tropes, while leaving outside the boring and cringe low quality features we're sadly given constantly in seasonal shows like bland MCs, harem-filler dull waifus, pedo pandering content, etc.
At most times, Tsukimichi strikes the perfect balance between comedy and action, so there's some semblance of uniqueness right there with the comedic awkwardness and moments of turmoil, such a good time of enjoyment.Next
Just watch their expressions ranging from jealousy, embarassment, to anger.
High school student Misumi Makoto is called into a fantasy world by the god Tsukuyomi, in order to be a hero.
Nevertheless, despite this success, Makoto still yearns to meet fellow humans.
Do I enjoy the anime? It's typical Isekai production values done marginally decent. To the surprise of probably no one, Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu's anime announcement was about as inevitable as any other popular light novel in these years.
As a divine being, we hardly learn about his main purpose in the show or his background.
This form of trust quickly develops into affection as the two swears to serve him. Let's face it, the main material far exceeds in length than what we see on TV. For a protagonist, Makoto is nothing short of being plain and uninteresting.Next
Then, there's Mio in a black silky yukata and sly attitude.