Grand Blue Episode 12
The first half of the episode is where the show gets all of the mushy stuff out of the way, spending so much time with (relatively) good, clean diving fun that you might forget what show you were watching. GBD even manages to wring some genuine pathos out of the Peek-a-Boo Club's celebratory diving trip; Iori ended up screwing himself out of a license after all, and it was honestly kind of a bummer to see him sitting out the deeper dives and watching while his friends boast about their experiences and offer photos as a consolation prize. It's a painfully relatable position for Iori to be in, and I was surprised at how straight the show played the bit where Chisa goes to make sure he isn't too upset at being left out.
Grand Blue Episode 12
I wasn't surprised enough to be caught off guard by the jokey reveal of Iori being more upset by his seasickness than anything else, but it's still impressive that I was able to take the plot as seriously as I did, seeing as GBD has only dabbled in emotional storytelling a couple of times in its entire run. The animation and art is as good as it's been in a long time; the characters even seem to be mostly on-model for a majority of the episode. If someone came into Grand Blue Dreaming just this week, I wouldn't blame them for thinking the series was a more traditionally straightforward slice-of-life series about a bunch of college kids who spend their time diving. You know, like what people who never read the manga thought the show was going to be in the first place.
Grand Blue is an anime series adapted from the manga series, written by Kenji Inoue and illustrated by Kimitake Yoshioka. The anime series is written and directed by Shinji Takamatsu, with Takamatsu also handled the sound direction, Zero-G produced the animation and Hideoki Kusama designed the characters. It aired from July 14[a] to September 29, 2018, and it broadcast on the Animeism programming block on MBS, TBS, BS-TBS, and AT-X. The series was also streamed exclusively on Amazon Video worldwide. The opening theme song is "Grand Blue" performed by Shōnan no Kaze, while the ending theme song is "Konpeki no al Fine" (紺碧のアルフィーネ) performed by Izu no Kaze (a group formed by Yūma Uchida, Ryohei Kimura, Hiroki Yasumoto, and Katsuyuki Konishi). The series ran for 12 episodes.
An anime television series adaptation was announced in the Good! Afternoon magazine's fourth issue of 2018 on March 7. The anime series is written and directed by Shinji Takamatsu, with Takamatsu also handling the sound direction, Zero-G produced the animation and Hideoki Kusama designed the characters. It aired from July 14[a] to September 29, 2018, and broadcast on the Animeism programming block on MBS, TBS, BS-TBS, and AT-X. The series is also streamed exclusively on Amazon Video worldwide. The opening theme song titled "Grand Blue" is performed by Shōnan no Kaze, while the ending theme song titled "Konpeki no al Fine" (紺碧のアルフィーネ) is performed by Izu no Kaze (a group formed by Yūma Uchida, Ryohei Kimura, Hiroki Yasumoto, and Katsuyuki Konishi). The series ran for 12 episodes.
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