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Welcome to the final part in my series of xxxentacion anime posters! In this one, I will discuss the back story behind one of the most compelling (and controversial) anime of the decade. This show revolves around a high school student named Yuusuke Tozawa. Yuusuke started off as an average student, with dreams of someday becoming a superstar idol like Sayaka Maeda.
One day, he went to visit his grandma, who happened to be the headmaster of their school. He was shocked to find out that his grandma was actually a vampire (though he didn’t know it at the time). As a result, Yuusuke decided to transfer to another school called Shiganshido. There, he would meet and fall in love with a girl named Mai Shirai. One of the reasons why I personally like this show is because it tackles so many serious issues in life that you wouldn’t usually see in an animated form: relationships, puberty, and identity.
A very popular aspect of the series for many is its (admittedly controversial) romanticization of Yuusuke and Mai. The two develop a strong connection over the course of the anime due to their admiration of each other. The two share many close moments, and spend much of their time as a couple. The relationship between them is deep, with much emotional baggage. It would be interesting to see this relationship play out in an live setting, but this is easily done.
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Another interesting aspect of this show is the art design. Not only does it look amazing, but the style is reminiscent of some of the greatest works of animation in the industry. One of the things that a lot of fans are nitpicky about is the art, and rightfully so. It can get boring and repetitive at times, and this is especially true when the cast is relatively small. Thankfully, this is a rare case.
This show has had some good reception among its fan base. Some have even gone so far as to rate it higher than some of the highest rated anime of all time. In addition, the music is also well done. Some fans have even created their own band, named XX minus zero. They’re a surprisingly successful group, although not particularly interesting.
Overall, No Ordinary Family is a fun anime that fans of all ages would probably enjoy. It’s not exactly mind-blowing, but it sure does make for an interesting watch. For anyone who is worried about their kids being exposed to too much blood and violence, they should worry not. No Ordinary Family is a wholesome cartoon, and one that is appropriate for younger viewers. As such, parents would not have to worry about their kids being drawn into the darker side of the cartoon world, which is one of the most common complaints about this series among adult viewers.