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written by IC_NiJuShi
Be sure to watch the previous season titled "Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic" as you might not understand otherwise.
As far as reviews go this story is fresh, since it is taken out of the 1001 Arabian nights at least partly I'm sure and other books similar to that which have given us a look into the other cultures of the South-western Asia. This show is genuinely great through it's lovable characters, Aladin, Aliaa, Morgiana, Sinbad, and many many others, each with an interesting personality, and ability. And while the first season focused on the labyrinths the second focuses of politics of war.
Definitely worth the watch from the start, but I advise not starting from this end but from "Magi: Labyrinth of Magic" Look forward to Paimon, the only so far female djinn, I sure enjoyed her appearance, granted could be explained as being male though.
Worth the watch for sure.
written by IC_NiJuShi
Well there have been many anime like this in the past, focusing of spirits and one person that can see them, but this anime takes it to new territory by creating an atmosphere of peace, yet maintaining a it of drama in each episode.
Akin to "Natsume's Book of Friends".
This series is not as involved or more so, meaning the action is small, but close to the heart and each episode conveys the meaning of the anime. Honestly I hope this anime never ends, though as I have been told, anime such as this do not last long.
Interesting characters, fun spirits, very human/herald dilemmas with each episode.
Definitely worth a watch, though surely not for everyone as it is peace-keeping and with little action.
written by tafari86
Kingdom 2 is by a fair margin, the best anime series in production now. Perhaps popularity as a result of budgeted marketing is its downfall, so this is my way of contributing. In order to fully grasp the storyline (which is sooo profound) its necessary to watch the first season.
The story line is roughly based on real events and characters that ccured and existed in china around 220bc. So watching it is not only entertaining, its somewhat of a history lesson. The character development is on point, there are no loop holes in the storyline, the fight scenes are borderline grusome, so it not so much tamed in comparison to the manga. The main character is unlike naruto or luffy. He kills without second guessing everytime, and when i say everrytime i mean everytime...
I will let you be the judge, just watch one épisode from the first season. If that does not captivate you then im clearly delusional. I would like to say this last thing. The animtion style changes as the story progress, meaning less cg is used, which is a good thing in my opinion
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