Presented entirely context-free (from episode 11) but even so, hopefully demonstrates that this isn’t “just another anime” or “just another monster flick” 🙂
I kept watching past the last episode, and “the making of …” was just as thrilling as the episodes themselves!
Puppets? Puppets! Glorious, CGI-enhanced puppets in so many shapes and sizes, requiring to be manipulated in so many different ways!
And the sets, and the detail in every physical object, and the music, and the effort involved in every hand-crafted piece, is just … overwhelming.
To think that I just began watching this by accident!
If you haven’t watched it already, please do — it’s a full-spectrum audio-visual spectacle, a treat for the senses, that will soon leave you entranced, if you let it.