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‘Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy’ Netflix Series Review - A Mythical Odyssey Like No Other

The series follows Makoto Misumi, abandoned by the goddess in a fantasy world, as he navigates strange races and seeks his purpose.

Anjali Sharma - Tue, 01 Aug 2023 13:57:51 +0100 2330 Views
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"Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy" is a fantastical journey into a world of wonders and oddities, where the familiar premise of an isekai anime takes a fresh and daring twist. As the curtains rise on this 12-episode spectacle, we are introduced to Makoto Misumi, the unsuspecting high school student plucked from his mundane life and thrust into a realm beyond imagination.

The plot embarks on an adventurous odyssey, entwining Makoto's fate with the enigmatic fantasy world. It's an audacious move to have our protagonist spurned by the very goddess who summoned him. Far from coddling Makoto with praise and admiration, this gutsy twist challenges him to face a harsh reality, casting him aside on the edges of this peculiar universe. And so begins Makoto's uncharted journey of self-discovery.

Amidst the kaleidoscope of creatures and non-human tribes, "Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy" delivers a captivating world-building experience. From the majestic dragons to the cunning orcs, and the industrious dwarves, each race brings its unique flavor to the vibrant tapestry of this mesmerizing world. The rich diversity of cultures and landscapes begs exploration and invites viewers to dream beyond the boundaries of their own reality.

Action aficionados will find their adrenaline surging during the show's well-executed action scenes. The animation prowess of the C2C studio shines as Makoto showcases his otherworldly abilities, leaving us spellbound by the intricate dance of combat. Sword clashing against claw spells sizzling through the air – it's a breathtaking spectacle that serves as a thrilling highlight of the series.

However, no journey is without its bumps on the road, and "Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy" is no exception. One aspect that leaves us wanting more is the underwhelming character development. The show's characters, including Makoto, often remain at surface level, with their potential for growth untapped. This missing depth can make it challenging for viewers to connect emotionally and invest fully in their fates.

Though the premise of the anime sets it apart from the herd, the overall plot sometimes falls into the familiar territory of generic isekai tropes. As much as we savor the unique twist of the goddess's rejection, the series occasionally finds itself on the well-trodden path of predictable story arcs. As captivating as the world may be, a stronger and more innovative narrative could have elevated the series to even greater heights.

Regrettably, like a ship caught in unpredictable waters, the pacing of the show occasionally struggles to find its rhythm. While some episodes surge forward with a flurry of events, others meander along at a leisurely pace, leaving us yearning for more substantial developments. Tightening the pace would have given the show a more cohesive and engaging flow, preventing its occasional loss of momentum.

Ultimately, "Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy" offers a unique and daring twist to the isekai genre. With its captivating world-building and thrilling action sequences, it beckons viewers into an extraordinary realm of enchantment and excitement. Nonetheless, the series could have delved deeper into its characters' emotional landscapes and embraced an even more original plot. Despite these minor bumps, this anime remains a worthy adventure that beckons us to step into the moonlit fantasy and explore the limitless possibilities of a new world.

Final Score- [8/10]
Reviewed by - Anjali Sharma
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Publisher at Midgard Times



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