Dororo (2019) - Animation, Action, Adventure

Hohum Score

17

Watchable

A father in pursuit of power gives parts of his new-born son to a host of demons. Years later, the son battles those demons to regain what is rightfully his.

IMDB: 8.5
Director:
Stars: Rio Suzuki, Mugihito
Length: 30 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 2 out of 38 found boring (5.26%)

One-line Reviews (13)

Pace was ok but a little slow.

It shows the animators dedication in portraying the manga artist story in a simplistic yet stunning way adaptable to these days.

Still, it's enjoyable, we don't get a lot of episodic anime so please support this one.

This anime isn't perfect, but it was entertaining enough for me to keep watching it and to be curios enough to see how it ends.

Everything about is is engaging, from the very real emotion to the smoothly animated combat.

I love the compelling story, bloody action and gorgeous animation

The story is compelling, the characters feel related and the viewer will feel amused.

First, some words to describe this anime TV series:-Sad -Emotional -Exciting -Mature -Terrifying -Grotesque -Artistic -RainyConsider that last word "Rainy.

Thrilling story, very good music, great animation, gripping characters Next to, Demon Slayer Kimetsu no Yaiba, one of the best anime 2019

This anime brought on a lot of feelings while conveying a compelling story and characters you truly care about.

Stories pace also suffered, moving too slowly and adding a lot of semi-interesting and semi-boring stuff.

All of it nearly became unbearable at Episode 16, when the show LITERALLY JUMPS THE SHARK.

This show is so compelling in a sense that leaves you breathless in the end.