Tokyo 24th Ward is one of three notable anime airing this season, from studio CloverWorks. The anime series encountered many difficulties during production.
If you follow some recent news about the current state of CloverWorks studios, the harsh working conditions force them to work in understaffed environments and overtime. This seems to be the norm these days, but some companies actually try to mitigate it, by fighting for better working conditions, while others simply don’t care. and must rely on the decision of the superior.
Tokyo 24th Ward is one of three anime that are paying attention to airing this season, after Attack on Titan and Kimetsu no Yaiba. In fact, all three studios behind it, CloverWorks, MAPPA and ufotable are big companies that have had problems with working conditions and money in the past year. Back to CloverWorks, previous reports said that Tokyo 24th Ward is falling behind the studio’s original plan.
CloverWorks had to mobilize some additional human resources from outside to handle the timely launch of Tokyo 24th Ward. It seems that the staff of the series is overworked – according to online articles and forums where fans are discussing the anime. Of course, we don’t know exactly what’s going on and can only speculate, but Tokyo 24th Ward really has that problem.
Come December 2021 and it looks like the first episode isn’t even finished yet, with a January release date, the staff may have been working long hours overnight, not even being able to rest during the Christmas holidays. Birth let alone New Year. So what does it mean for this central anime series from CloverWorks?
I want to support the people behind Tokyo 24th Ward and cheer them on. There’s a lot of effort behind this anime as the movement becomes more fluid, the characters express emotions and the overall moments stand out much more than the preview version leaked online this month. before.
Having watched episode 1 of Tokyo 24th Ward for the second time, I have a feeling that everything that happens here could be fake, powers, and even quantum computers. It’s more understandable to think that they could all be in some form of simulation, something very similar to the Matrix series that might be playing out here.
How did the girl following the dog Daisy get stuck in the middle of the tracks, and then her feet got stuck on the train tracks? Is she being controlled and that’s why she leaves all perception of danger and jumps straight into the tracks? I personally don’t know. There’s a lot of random things that happen between plot points, a lot of things that happen by chance in the 45 minutes episode 1 of Tokyo 24th Ward. But these questions may surprise us.
I have a feeling that I will like the characters of this anime. Aoi Shuuta, oblivious to the world around him, he lives in his own little world without carrying anything else, and very quickly blends into battle with Suidou Kouki who is sitting on the next seat. successor of the group currently trying to gain control of District 24 and Akagi Ran, a jovial YouTuber who is also an avid hacker, all three are part of the RGB team. And are the main characters of the show. They have a kind of close but also competitive friendship and the fact that they can’t really stand each other but can work really well together says a lot about their relationship.
After all, the call from Suido Asumi, a friend who passed away 1 year ago and whose physical and mental strength was enhanced through just the phone is still a mystery. What can I say? This premise will be really good and will blow our mind with the concept of simulation, simulation.
I wouldn’t mind if at some point during the broadcast there was a week or two off so the animators could perfect it. Last season we had a similar situation with 86 – Eighty Six. Given the current quality of the first episode, I’m pretty excited that this could end up being a good anime series. Or somehow, it could be a disappointment like the way Takt op. Destiny showed up last season. At least, let’s watch a few more episodes to have a more objective view!
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