Firstly: why would you call your show “the last Period”? let’s make this clear, the show is not about different Periods of time.
The magic users in this world are Periods *giggle*. I can’t help it, every time a character combines a power with the word “Period” a part of me chuckles.
All these periods can be yours for this low price.
The show is about a group of adventures for hire trying to make money.
I have questions:
How are they getting the missions sent to them if they recognize by the city as a guild?
Why did the man make them fight? he clearly said he got team one because they were cheaper than a normal adventuring party (did he expect them to work for free).
Are humans the god of this world? If not, why make a loot box joke using real world currency?
This sure lacks a lot of comedy for a humour driven show.
I find that the lack of humour comes from the lack of character each person brings to the table. How is anyone meant to bounce naturally when the dialogue ranges from a boring back and forth to JUST YELL AND SCREECH LOUD!
I’m not going to watch this.
What is the show about? … I can’t answer that.
How about I re-word that: What do I think the show is trying to be?
It’s a show that tries to tackle big issues by using oversimplified logic.
The catalyst for the show is a condition called “sleeping beauty syndrome”. From what I can tell this condition in the anime shows very little resemblance to a real-world condition called “Kleine Levin syndrome”. This anime seems to use the words “sleeping beauty” literally.
Some episodes have Haruto (the protagonist) telling the girls to get over their problems…and others he doesn’t serve any purpose yet gets the girl in the end.
The morals given in each episode (excluding ep9) are in earnest. They are not meant to be taken as “get over it”, the people writing this generally think this advise is helpful to people in these saturations. The truth is that in reality you can’t just talk away a mental health problem.
- Feeling alone won’t go away just because you are with someone.
- The brutal loss of losing people you love won’t go away just because you kill the killer.
- The pain a being beaten won’t go away just because you found out the other person is also in pain.
- The scaring a sexual violation won’t go away just because you got away from it.
My favourite episode “And Now There Are None…” (7) doesn’t really have anything to do with the show. The animation looks beautiful and the story was heart-warming … but that ending!!! Am I honestly meant to believe that this girl got “sleeping beauty syndrome” from reading the “Wizard of Oz” while listening to an audio book??? This girl’s problem are much bigger then this episode lets on.
The show needed to spend more time talking about the topics and less time quick fixing them (you make their problem look petty when you can solve them in one sentence).
Why was the ending confusing and anticlimactic? My answer: The show ran out of money?
I think this because:
- Episode tens animation looks awful.
- Episode 11 pure filler
- Episode 13 is filled with animation/design mistakes (rushed job).
My theory is that they had to create episode 11 in order to rewrite the last episode.
Was it worth it? no.
Spoiler zone: Eve is a god. Why did God make eve a god? How can eve have fallen into a deep sleep and still be mother to all?
I don’t like the story of the Garden of Eden, but I am familiar enough with it to know something is off with this shows version of Eve. Did they get Eve and Lilith confused (Adams first wife in Jewish folklore)?
I think the show tries to make a point about free will and equality for woman… right up to the point it falls over its own feet.
Haruto is implied to be Adam.
There are two Adam in this show (reflecting the two Eves).
Why? I HAVE NO IDEA! They never address it in the show (I think that is what they were going for). There are also far too many questions that remained unanswered. Such as:
Eve became one and Adam is now pure???
Why did Eve not become free of the evil?
Why would Eve want to go back the garden?
Was eve only punished because she impurified men?
What was the point in making a physical form of Haruto?
How did the city dispose of all them dead lilies?
Where was the RED DOOR?
Spoiler zone end
Long as you don’t think that deeply about the morals the show pushes, it’s not that bad.
I recommend watching “And now There are none…” (7) and avoiding “Idols Don’t Go to the Bathroom!” (9); SKIP THIS EPISODE (it blends fetishy fan-service with an extremely uncomfortable topic).
Edited by: DB