Ajin Anime: Attention to Detail
This is a quick little mini-analysis post focused specifically on the ajin anime. When adapting manga to anime, there’s always going to be detail lost. Takahashi can’t do drugs anymore and no longer has his silly flip flops. Tanaka doesn’t have his flower shirt. At the same time, the anime also has the potential to have it’s own level of detail, things that might not otherwise be included.
Two questions popped into my head after I finished the anime for the first time, and it was only recently that I manages to get answers to both of them. Both of them show exactly how much effort the creators of the anime have put into their work, and serve as great examples of creators going above and beyond.
So, without further ado:
Why does reviving in ajin make that weird noise?
What is up with Eriko’s pants?