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LiSA is especially energetic and seems to really be enjoying herself!I'm very much looking forward to seeing this - it's set for release on the 1st of June 2011.
Unlike the other operations, Otonashi doesn't imagine something crazy, rather he's completely taken aback, as are the others. The purpose of this operation is for the SSS members to act crazy all day - running everywhere, shouting and generally doing abnormal things.
By doing this, Tenshi will wonder why they're not disappearing as they will appear to be enjoying themselves.A lot of the members take this operation to heart and begin doing all sorts of crazy things. Understandably, Yuri becomes really annoyed and takes out her anger on the other Class SSS members - no food for a week!Overall, I did enjoy this special episode. It was good to see all of the characters again and there where moments that made me laugh quite a bit.
There is another short special included entitled 'Another Epilogue' which is meant as an alternative to the Episode 13 epilogue, which does go some way to offset my want for a full post-Episode 13 episode.Yui is a natural at being high tensionWe know what he said and it still makes no senseOut the way Noda!
This was a show that had to live up to the hype it generated, and it certainly exceeded my expectations.Angel Beats had an excellent, if somewhat rushed storyline.
I was unable to accurately predict the events of future episodes as the plot line frequently twisted and turned.
Any twists where very well thought out and fitted in perfectly - they didn't just leave you utterly confused and wondering what happened.
As is typical with Key stories, the plot changes your feelings almost constantly, both in individual episode and thought the series as a whole. For example, in Episode 2 you're laughing as all of the members of Class SSS fall to successive traps, but when Yuri recounts her past you suddenly feel extremely sad. If anything however, the change between happy and sad is most profound in the final episode, for obvious reasons.Angel Beats would have been a lot better had it been a 24-26 episode series rather than a 13 episode one. Due to the short length, we miss out on much of the background of the characters, only discovering the past lives of a handful of them.The animation within Angel Beats is without a doubt some of the best i've seen. In addition, background animation also featured which tends to be unusual within anime series. One thing I didn't like however was the use of motion blur, if you have a high enough frame rate then you don't need to use motion blur. This made it difficult to capture screenshots of certain moments, but wasn't especially noticeable when watching the show itself.Music featured heavily within Angel Beats due to the presence of an in-show band. While most series wouldn't be able to get away with this, the band's usage as a diversionary squad fits in the the premise of the series perfectly.

Instead of using voice actors to sing the songs, professional singers marina (for Iwasawa) and LiSA (for Yui) where used. However, again we've got the problem of not having enough episodes to fully develop each character as mentioned earlier.Overall, i've come away with a very positive view on Angel Beats!
It was a very enjoyable show and is certainly one of the best anime series I have ever watched. The only thing preventing Angel Beats from becoming my favourite anime is the short length of the series and the effect this has on character and plot development.
I would highly recommend this series to anyone, it's wide range of styles and intriguing story line should suit anyone.As a small addendum, since writing the post on the final episode, some information has surfaced in an interview with Jun Maeda which clears up some of the unknowns that the final episodes left.
Yui's voice actor has also hinted that a second season will be made and that she will be the heroine!
I'm not entirely sure how that will fit in as a continuation, but i'm eager to find out anyway. I suspect that this may be an episode dedicated to the new lives of the Class SSS members but i'll have to wait in order to see if my suspicions are correct or not!Thanks to Unlimited Translation Works for subbing the entire series, they where fast, had a good quality translation and excellent video quality.
They have released a batch containing all 13 episodes and are also gradually releasing the Bluray versions as the disks come out. I've enjoyed writing about this series, despite the fact it took a very long time to write each post due to the amount of stuff that happened in each episode and i'm very much looking forward to the potential second season. Episode 13 – GraduationHinata shows off his dance moves3 days have passed since the events of the previous episode and the school is seemingly quiet.
Both Yuri and Kanade appear to act more 'girly' now, a point that Hinata raises and is swiftly beaten by Yuri for even suggesting such a thing.The ceremony gets underway with Otonashi both leading and participating in it. They start by singing the school song, at first it seems pretty standard but eventually degrades into a song about Szechuan Tofu. Guess who wrote it?Next up is the presentation of graduation certificates, with Hinata acting as the principal - complete with bald head patch and glasses! After all of the certificates have been given out, Otonashi swaps places with Hinata to award him his own certificate. Otonashi, as the graduating class representative, gives a speech summarising his time in the afterlife, putting an emphasis on his change to accepting his previous life and making good friends in the afterlife.As  the ceremony ends, everyone says their goodbyes. Finally, Hinata goes, he thanks Otonashi for starting the entire process of getting everyone to move on.This leaves just Otonashi and Kanade, who head outside.
Suddenly, Otonashi asks Kanade if she wants to stay and help any others that arrive in this world to graduate.

It was sad when this was played for Yui and even sadder with Otonashi and Kanade.In the ending sequence, instead of gradually fading in, Class SSS gradually fade out. The last person to fade out is Otonashi, hinting that he also disappears at some point.We see a brief epilogue which is seemingly set in the real world. Otonashi walks past someone who looks extremely like Kanade, who is also humming Iwasawa's My Song. This episode really was an emotional rollercoaster - I went from being really happy at seeing them all move on to being extremely sad when Otonashi had to say goodbye to Kanade. It might be hard to convey that feeling by just reading the episode summary above, but go and watch the episode and i'm sure you'll feel the same.I'm curious as to what this means for the timeline. When Yuri found the second computer lab in the previous episode, we learned that a long time ago there was someone who loved another who disappeared and was stuck alone in the afterlife forever, hence creating the program to take measures to stop love in the afterlife.
Hopefully this will be clarified soon.This has to be one of the best episodes of the series, sure it had no action but I loved the plot of this episode, even if it did make me feel sad at the end. If it hadn't of been for that small epilogue however, I would have come away from this episode feeling a lot more negative about it, at least we have a glimmer of hope that Otonashi and Kanade have been able to meet up again.A series summary post will be up soon. The opening is extremely upbeat, however the extended version is somewhat lacking in variety.
It includes Yui versions of Iwasawa's songs, Girls Dead Monster versions of the opening and ending songs and 4 new songs - 23:50, Run with Wolves, Morning Dreamer and ????? (ichiban no takaramono, My Most Precious Treasure). Unfortunately, I felt that the Yui version of My Song wasn't as good as the original version - it changed it from a beautiful ballad to a rock ballad.
While it is still a fairly good song I much prefer the original version, especially considering the context within which it was sung.Original Soundtrack CoverOriginal SoundtrackThe OST release totals 47 tracks (including the opening and ending songs), it was great to hear the full versions of them and there are a couple that I don't actually remember featuring in the series. Fans of the song ????? (ichiban no takaramono, My Most Precious Treasure) will be pleased to hear that a background music version and one sung by karuta are present. The music which first featured in PV6 is also present on OST release - theme of SSS, not Angelic Angel Beats as some people had called it.

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