Ao no Exorcist: Kyoto Fujouou-hen

Because of that, let’s dive into the characters a bit deeper. Let’s start with Rin himself, Rin gains soo much character development, from his isolation that he was ousted as Satan’s son, thus discrimination permeates the rest of the gang and it becomes even worse once they land in Kyoto due to Bon’s religious sect having a deep loathing for Satan and thus Rin. His development also goes into his insistent on controlling his flames which is blockaded from how everyone sees him as a demon instead of a human wanting to protect his friends and everyone else around him. Next is Rin’s brother, Yukio who goes through some personal demons of his own in the form of the main antagonist of the Kyoto arc and this main antagonist taunts him as to how a reckless brother like Rin gets special treatment while he had to work extremely hard to even get Yukio’s own father’s attention and his personal demons drives him through the anime. Bon gets the character development he NEEDED in the first season, as his delves into family and hierarchy issues with his father Tatsuma voiced by Jin Urayama, the leader of the Kyoto religious sect and his disconnect to his father and his way of doing things in defeating Satan through prayer?…or through brute force action?, but that is later explained by his father WHY he did what he did especially concerning the Impure King. Hmmm Shiemi and Izumo got a bit of character development in the form of their growing friendship and their beliefs about Rin, Konekomaru and Renzou also got the same things with their confused beliefs about Rin as well with varying directions on how they “tackle” the situation. LA might also add that we got the backstory of Shirou Fujimoto, Yukio and Rin’s father with the Rin’s Kurikara which is ALSO linked to the Impure King. Other characters like the Honjou sisters to Shura to Kuro to even Mephisto do take a backseat to these proceedings but nonetheless they do have a part in the Kyoto Fujouou-hen no mater how small. Favourite character?, for the first season was Izumo and Shiemi, but for Kyoto Fujouou-hen…goes to our resident Japanese ninja badass shameless fanservice girl Shura voiced by Rina Satou (sure she’s support, but badass and has a stake in the plot concerning Rin and Yukio so she’s somewhat important albeit a supporting character).

Wow that’s alot about the characters…and LA isn’t done, because of all these themes these character goes through, from Rin’s discrimination, Yukio’s grudge with Rin, Bon’s family and hierarchical issues with his father and the isolated beliefs of Konekomaru, Shiemi and Renzou on Rin being a demon all manifests and ultimately resolves themselves with the main antagonists especially concerning Rin and Yukio to their respective villains, Rin to the Impure King and how even though he’s a demon, HE WILL DEFEAT Satan and the Impure King is essentially his literal environmental stigma villain, Yukio on the other hand has his own personal villain to deal with his problem in the form of Saburouta Toudou. LA just loves how Ao no Exorcist manages to balance out both the “monster villain” as well as the “human villain” and makes use of both of them to Rin and Yukio respectively, something not a lot of animes does well with multiple villains let alone doing the major monster villain correctly executed!.

This anime not only has it’s character development and eats it too, but it also delves world building wise, from Bon’s religious sect to the lore of the Impure King, heck even some of the battles instills a bit of battle lore concerning the exorcism of demons and the entire elemental rock paper scissors format of defeating demons and LA just thrives in this kind of battle lore especially in a fantasy shounen anime like this.

Ok, next would be the animation done by A-1 Pictures and ohh boy did they pull out all they could for this season of Ao no Exorcist, from the polished character designs and upped detail from the first season, the AMAZINGLY detailed and crisp and fluid fantasy battles and sure they use CGI, but they used it CORRECTLY enough it was hardly annoying at all considering how well the animation is and how much an upgrade this season is from the first season. What can LA say but, A-1 Pictures outdid themselves and that is no understatement.

For voice acting, the majority of the voice cast did amazing with no annoyances at all. Special praise goes to Kazuya Nakai as Bon, Kazuhiro Yamaji as Saburouta Toudou, Rina Satou as Shura Kirigakure and the MVP’s of this voice cast going to Nobuhiko Okamoto and Jun Fukuyama as Rin and Yukio respectively. STELLAR voice cast.

What can LA say about Ao no Exorcist Kyoto Fujouou-hen, LA can’t even think of any flaws to talk about, the character development is stellar and desperately needed and delivered, the lore of this season was amazing along with the interpersonal issues the character did manifested itself well with it’s villains to it’s themes it did subtly to the amazingly well done and fluid battles and lore to it, animation is top-notch and the voice cast is no better. If your an Ao no Exorcist fan, DEFINITELY WATCH this season, if you want to see an amazingly well done second season of a shounen anime, then LA without a doubt will say to recommended watching Ao no Exorcist as a whole including this season as it will not disappoint in many of it’s elements. This is obvious but, Ao no Exorcist Kyoto Fujouou-hen is definitely in LA’s Top 3 Animes of Winter 2017, without a doubt.

*Note – LA has NOT read the manga for this season, thus this is PURELY LA’s opinions on what this anime’s second season has delivered, nothing more.

BEEN WARNED *****Because of that, let ‘s honkytonk into the characters a bite cryptic. Let ‘s start with Rin himself, Rin gains soo a lot quality development, from his isolation that he was ousted as Satan ‘s son, thus discrimination permeates the respite of the crowd and it becomes even worse once they land in Kyoto due to Bon ‘s religious faction having a deep abhorrence for Satan and frankincense Rin. His development besides goes into his insistent on controlling his flames which is blockaded from how everyone sees him as a demon rather of a homo lacking to protect his friends and everyone else around him. Next is Rin ‘s brother, Yukio who goes through some personal demons of his own in the imprint of the main antagonist of the Kyoto discharge and this independent adversary taunts him as to how a heedless brother like Rin gets limited treatment while he had to work extremely hard to even get Yukio ‘s own father ‘s attention and his personal demons drives him through the anime. Bon gets the character development he NEEDED in the beginning season, as his delves into family and hierarchy issues with his founder Tatsuma voiced by Jin Urayama, the leader of the Kyoto religious sect and his unplug to his father and his way of doing things in defeating Satan through prayer ? … or through beastly push natural process ?, but that is late explained by his founder WHY he did what he did particularly concerning the Impure King. Hmmm Shiemi and Izumo got a act of character development in the shape of their growing friendship and their beliefs about Rin, Konekomaru and Renzou besides got the like things with their confused beliefs about Rin ampere well with varying directions on how they “ tackle ” the position. LA might besides add that we got the backstory of Shirou Fujimoto, Yukio and Rin ‘s beget with the Rin ‘s Kurikara which is ALSO linked to the Impure King. other characters like the Honjou sisters to Shura to Kuro to even Mephisto do take a backseat to these proceedings but however they do have a separate in the Kyoto Fujouou-hen no flat how belittled. Favourite character ?, for the first season was Izumo and Shiemi, but for Kyoto Fujouou-hen … goes to our resident japanese ninja badass shameless fanservice girl Shura voiced by Rina Satou ( indisputable she ‘s support, but badass and has a stake in the plat concerning Rin and Yukio so she ‘s slightly authoritative albeit a supporting character ) .Wow that ‘s alot about the characters … and LA is n’t done, because of all these themes these fictional character goes through, from Rin ‘s discrimination, Yukio ‘s stew with Rin, Bon ‘s family and hierarchical issues with his don and the isolated belief of Konekomaru, Shiemi and Renzou on Rin being a devil all manifests and ultimately resolves themselves with the main antagonists specially concerning Rin and Yukio to their respective villains, Rin to the Impure King and how even though he ‘s a demon, HE WILL DEFEAT Satan and the Impure King is basically his actual environmental stigma villain, Yukio on the other hand has his own personal villain to deal with his problem in the shape of Saburouta Toudou. LA merely loves how Ao no Exorcist manages to balance out both the “ giant villain ” ampere well as the “ human villain ” and makes use of both of them to Rin and Yukio respectively, something not a fortune of animes does well with multiple villains let alone doing the major monster villain correctly executed ! .This anime not only has it ‘s character growth and eats it excessively, but it besides delves world build wise, from Bon ‘s religious sect to the lore of the Impure King, heck even some of the battles instills a act of conflict lore concerning the exorcism of demons and the stallion elemental rock newspaper scissors format of defeating demons and LA merely thrives in this kind of battle lore specially in a fantasy shounen anime like this.Ok, future would be the liveliness done by A-1 Pictures and ohh male child did they pull out all they could for this season of Ao no Exorcist, from the polished character designs and up detail from the first season, the AMAZINGLY detailed and crisp and fluid fantasy battles and indisputable they use CGI, but they used it CORRECTLY enough it was barely annoying at all considering how well the animation is and how much an upgrade this season is from the foremost season. What can LA say but, A-1 Pictures outdid themselves and that is no understatement.For articulation acting, the majority of the voice cast did amazing with no annoyances at all. special praise goes to Kazuya Nakai as Bon, Kazuhiro Yamaji as Saburouta Toudou, Rina Satou as Shura Kirigakure and the MVP ‘s of this voice cast going to Nobuhiko Okamoto and Jun Fukuyama as Rin and Yukio respectively. STELLAR voice cast.What can LA say about Ao no Exorcist Kyoto Fujouou-hen, LA ca n’t even think of any flaws to talk about, the character growth is stellar and urgently needed and delivered, the lore of this season was amazing along with the interpersonal issues the character did manifested itself well with it ‘s villains to it ‘s themes it did subtly to the amazingly well done and fluid battles and lore to it, animation is ace and the articulation mold is no better. If your an Ao no Exorcist fan, DEFINITELY WATCH this season, if you want to see an amazingly well done second season of a shounen zanzibar copal, then LA without a doubt will say to recommended watching Ao no Exorcist as a whole including this season as it will not disappoint in many of it ‘s elements. This is obvious but, Ao no Exorcist Kyoto Fujouou-hen is decidedly in LA ‘s top 3 Animes of Winter 2017, without a doubt. *Note – LA has NOT read the manga for this season, therefore this is PURELY LA ‘s opinions on what this anime ‘s moment season has delivered, nothing more.

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