Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu is an anime based on a series of light novels written by Tappei Nagatsuki. Today you can see this story in the following Re:Zero images below.
Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu is an anime with a lot of fame since it was announced until it finished airing. It was one of those seasonal triumphs that drove everyone crazy every chapter.
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The story begins when Natsuki Subaru is mysteriously transported from a convenience store into a fantasy world.
Being the otaku he is and probably dreamed of, he gets completely excited about what happens to him.
He has the ability he calls “Return by Death” to go back in time when he dies, with only he and magical beings like Puck and Beatrice aware of the time-reversal.
Despite being a hikikomori and a gamer in his real world, Subaru gets a bit of exercise and seems to know basic melee combat, so he’s not completely weak.
Subaru doesn’t expect that he is nothing unusual in this new world and that after meeting Emilia after she saved him from some bandits.
They will start an adventure together, which ends when Subaru is killed. Yes, the protagonist dies in the first episode – but don’t worry, because after all, Subaru has an extraordinary power, called Return by Death.
This power only works when Subaru dies and makes him go back to a specific checkpoint in his life, and he must change what happens to him to move on.
With every new life, different things happen, and history progresses a lot, sometimes dramatic and exciting elements are revealed, which were not previously known and became central to history.
This, together with the bows that follow, make the story more exciting. Because of this, I became aware of a negative aspect of the anime because the power of Subaru becomes a little overused and salvation for almost everything.
Then there are certain essential events mentioned in one episode which are never spoken of again—thus losing some of the plot along the way, which could have been better used.
Art is superb, quite detailed (especially facial expressions). The colors are very vivid and bright, which brings more life to the anime.
Unfortunately, the animation went down in terms of quality as the anime progressed. This is seen in the struggle scenes. The CGI is horrible, but fortunately, it was rarely used in anime.
The soundtrack is fantastic and extremely well crafted, like the vocal work, and gives much more liveliness and quality to the anime.
Both the openings and the endings are beautiful, and I liked them so much that I have them on my phone.
Yuusuke’s vocal work was excellent (Subaru’s seiyuu), managing to transmit Subaru’s emotions impeccably.