Mar 20

I like how the story continues beyond the scope of the movies, but episode 7 seemed to be a complete disconnect from what the story was like last episode. All of a sudden, the world below didn’t matter anymore, and all that mattered was the heavens. Also, all of a sudden the characters turned from blimps to wimps, and all of a sudden there’s a backstory that really made no sense to me.
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Mar 19

I put off Munto for a while after watching the movie. But after watching episodes 2 and 3, episode 3 especially, I could finally see KyoAni’s magic come back and bring the series back to life. The only reason I started watching this again was because I heard lolikit say that KyoAni sexified the anime. Fanservice finally? This I HAD to see.
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Jan 19

This season, Kyoto Animation is showing its latest series, Sora wo Miageru Shoujo no Hitomi ni Utsuru Sekai (The World Reflected in the Eyes of the Sky-gazing Girl), also popularly known as Munto TV. This series tells the story of a girl who kept looking at the sky because she saw what other people could not: another world, made of magical floating islands. The floating islands were constantly in a state of war with each other, but King Munto, the ruler of one of the islands, discovers the girl, and finally ends the conflict using her power. Interestingly, 7 years ago, KyoAni released 2 movies named Munto as well, which told the same story the TV series will tell.

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