Kado: The Right answer Ep 6 Review

This anime continues to impress. I can’t get over how beautiful the opening theme song is. It really sets the mood for what kind of anime you’re watching. Now that Zashuina has shown the world how to create their own wam, the drama between the rest of the countries was eliminated. I’m glad that drama didn’t last long. Didn’t want to see different countries fighting over something that could help evolve mankind!

 

Most of the episode was the movement of Kado. They made something that would be tedious and boring into something beautiful to witness. You could really see just how large Kado was compared to everything on the planet surface. I can’t imagine something like that happening in reality. This anime makes it seem so real even though it is animated. Cameron and I are watching the dubs and so far, it’s just fine. It wasn’t a huge drastic difference between the English and Japanese voices.

 

Now that Kado has been moved to a more rual area, we find out that Shindo hasn’t been sleeping the entire time. An entire month without sleep?! So, apparently Shindo is an evolved version of the human race now. I wonder if this is going to happen more on a global scale now? I have no idea where this anime is going. You really can’t get a sense of what will happen next which is why I keep coming back every episode!

 

Have you been watching this anime? What did you think of the latest episode? Let us know in the comments!

 

-The Wife Shawna

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2 thoughts on “Kado: The Right answer Ep 6 Review”

  1. I have absolutely loved Kado though I will admit the last two episodes (9 and 10) have me a little worried as to whether the end will be as strong as the progression during the beginning and middle phases.

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    1. I have to agree. The fact I can’t predict what may happen next has me both excited and worried, because it could end up surprising us and blowing us away again or it could fall flat. That would suck. I hate it when that happens with anime. Like Sword Art Online, the first half of the first season is great…then the rest just…ugh. lol

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