Violet Evergarden

Title: Violet Evergarden
Studio: Kyoto Animation
Officially Available On: Netflix

Violet Evergarden Ep. 1-1

Episode 1 (First Impressions)

To be honest, it’s a little surreal that Violet Evergarden is finally here.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 2-3

Episode 2

With this episode, I feel like a blank spot has been filled a bit.

 

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 3-6

Episode 3

One thing I dislike about Violet Evergarden‘s guest characters is the low chance of seeing them again.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 4-4

Episode 4

Frankly, I can’t believe the light novel didn’t present a scenario like this.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 5-3

Episode 5

Given the show’s theme, an arranged political marriage is an interesting scenario for this show.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 6-5

Episode 6

Oh my God, they actually remembered to adapt the stinking book. Pinch me, I must be dreaming.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 7-5

Episode 7

Taking some cues from Princess Peach, I see.

 

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 8-2

Episode 8

Symbolically speaking, Violet’s world has always been burning and at the time, she didn’t even realize it.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 9-6

Episode 9

You’re gonna carry that weight, Violet.

 

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 10-5

Episode 10

I remember reading the chapter this episode is based on and I felt that nothing else in the light novel will be able to top it. I got that same feeling again when I watched its anime adaptation.

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 11-5

Episode 11

There seems to be a much heavier atmosphere in the anime adaptation of this chapter.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 12-6

Episode 12

Watching war creep back into Violet’s life ought to be interesting.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 13-5

Episode 13 (END)

Whatever flaws I may find with Violet Evergarden, it was still a worthwhile ride.

 

 

Violet Evergarden Ep. 14-6

Episode 14 (OVA)

It’s a crime that this episode got shoved to DVD bonus feature territory.

 

 

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