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Synopsis

Painted in red, the word  "VON " is left behind after a terrorist attack on nuclear facilities in Japan. The government was devastated by their inability to act, and police were left frantically looking for ways to crack down on the perpetrators. The public did not know anything — until, six months later, a strange video went into the internet. In it, two young men who identify themselves as "Sphinx" directly challenge the police, threatening to cause destruction and chaos throughout Tokyo. Unable to stop the mass panic that spread rapidly throughout the city and desperate to get clues in their investigation, the police struggled to act effectively against these terrorists, with Detective Kenjirou Shibazaki is trapped in the midst of it all.

Zankyou no Terror tells the story of the Nine and the twelve, two boys behind the masked Sphinx figure. They shouldn't be there, yet they stand strong in the world of deception and secrets while they make the city fall around them, all in hopes of buried their own tragic truths.






Zankyou no Terror [Terror in Resonance]

Information
Type: TV
Episodes: 11
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 11, 2014, to Sep 26, 2014
Premiered: Summer 2014
Broadcast: Fridays at 00:50 (JST)
Producers: Aniplex, Dentsu, Fuji TV, Tohokushinsha Film Corporation, Kyoraku Industrial Holdings
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: MAPPA
Source: Original
Genres: Mystery, Psychological, Thriller
Duration: 22 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)

Reviews: [01]





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Oh, Zankyou no Terror... How I commend you for the first few episodes, but how can I know that you will be that way. Zankyou no Terror (Terror in resonance or terror in Tokyo in English) is one of my most anticipated titles on this season and I am sure I am not alone. The show also gained a bit of hype due to the well-known Shinichiro Watanabe (Samurai Champloo, Cowboy Bebop), which I honestly wasn't a big fan of, but okay, let's start this review. Just make sure that I WON'T be able to hide all possible spoilers, so just read this review if you've finished the show or cancel it and don't consider taking it again! Or if you do not care about the spoiler...

The Plot, or rather the premise, is what attracted my attention and interest at first.  "An anime about terrorism? " Sounds thrilling is fine, but sadly it turned out to be a train accident with lost grooves and characters less excited in the long run. Basically, the show is about two special kids, who make bombs and make them explode, but without anyone around it so no one is hurt. That is a strange characteristic for two young blooded terrorists, but there is a reason for this, of course. And they announce their terrorist attacks on YouTube and request a police puzzle, so they can or don't stop the bomb from exploding. That's what I think is quite interesting and I hope there is a message behind the bombing and some meaning and a deeper connection, but unfortunately, that's not so. Either I didn't get it, or the puzzle was there to make the show look smart. The show generally shows its story from two perspectives, from the bomber, calling themselves  "Sphinx ", and a police perspective. What I found was a bit disappointing as there was no real tension at times when the investigation took place and the investigation process went too easy. I mean the ultimate detective, Shibazaki, seems to know all the Greek mythology (that's what most puzzles are based on) and at one point he cleared the puzzle because he watched his fat friend play video games. It reminds me of some cheap Hollywood movies where the protagonist finds some very important clues because of something that children tell. I'm sure you know what I'm talking about.

How the story plays feels rather cheap in general. I mean Shibazaki (along with the "Five " in the middle of the anime) was the only one who encouraged the plot thanks to his super knowledge and his daughter who knew a lot about bombs and nuclear. Also, in the end, he met some men who willingly agreed to just tell him everything he wanted to know in every detail, just because.

Another point when the show was a sharp hug, in my opinion, was when a former  "friend " of the main character  "Nine " and  "Twelve " were introduced as their nemesis, called "Five ". Five, in essence, is the point when I almost gave up on the show. He seemed like a psychotic woman who had to stop Sphinx because the U.S. said it. And to do this, he goes many times, resulting in many casualties, damages, and innocent people who are injured along the way, for reasons and motivations that are ridiculous, absurd, and completely unjustified if you ask To me. And he also did a vain and silly bombing with the main characters that now have to be solved and stripped... While the Five characters are not entirely wasted, I agree that he shouldn't be there. They're supposed to spend more time on "important characters" and explore more. By the way the question.

All the cast figures are so lackluster, with almost no real motivation described or perfecting the one between them, the only one worthy is the Shibazaki detective. He is the only one who advances the plot, but even this is in a trivial and comfortable way possible, as I said before. I mean her relatives and one friend gave the location of the bomb in the last episode, Oh, how comfortable it was. It was so cheap I had to face the palms. Many of the answers to the puzzle have been mentioned by Shibazaki where it is very sudden and there is never a clear train of thought to follow it or the actual main protagonist, which is embarrassing. This can be a great cat and mouse game as in Death Note, but it turns out it's not. Not much to talk about the two main characters of the man is honest. Nine is a rather cold and distant man, while the Twelve are funky and hyperactive. They have flashbacks to their past occasionally, when the plot feels like that, and that's all. We thoroughly learned everything that existed in them in the first two episodes, with their motivation revealed in the final episode.
The last character I want to mention is Lisa, the female friend of Sphinx. She has a deeply attached and intimidated mother in school, where she first met nine and twelve, which is the easiest and cheapest way to introduce her, for whatever reason Sphinx joins the local school in episode 1, but where it is never seen there anymore, which makes it useless and yet again really cheap. His relationship with his mother seemed like an important plot point at first, but was quickly abandoned and never talked about again, which was embarrassing. The only thing he then actually did where tried cooking for the Sphinx, but messed up, helped them a few times, but messed up, stayed home, but messed up and so on. He was also kidnapped several times to encourage his storyline but did not contribute anything that was important or meaningful to the story. As you see, the writing is not too strong with this writing. Unfortunately, this does not change in the next episode as well and even the conclusion is everything besides satisfying and very anticlimactic. They essentially encourage all that we already assume to our throat in the most forced way, though at least complete and unconvincing. That's value-added.

But fortunately this show is good in two aspects; Visuals and sound. This animation is great for the most part and especially in the first beautiful episode. The explosion is smooth, attention to detail on the background and extraordinary characters and the use of lighting and shadows is impressive as well. But unfortunately, this anime has some quality decline over the duration of 11 episodes and often likes to use 3DCG to animate even two-character backgrounds, which is really cheap and easy if you ask me. Characters tend to lose a lot of detail once they move away from the screen too. There is nothing new, but when the show does want to look good, of course, it happens. Another thing I would like to mention is the soundtrack by the famous Yoko Kanno (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex, Cowboy Bebop, Jin-Roh), which was performed very well and especially during the highest point of the show in the last few episodes, the soundtrack is very prominent. One particular scene became a scene on the Ferris Wheel, which honestly was my favorite moment in the show. The voice acting was solid, but there was no appearance that really stood out or pulled my ears.

But even with all these flaws, the Zankyou no Terror is one of my most anticipated performances every week during the summer of 2014. The whole sensation of how things can change, what will happen next, is really thrilling and appealing to me, just to be disappointed again and again...

Okay, let's get to the verdict.

Zankyou no Terror is a big disappointment for me in many aspects. It begins in the storyline, many unanswered questions and thin writings, flat and weak characters and the conclusion of the show's unsatisfactory plot, but complete. Zankyou no Terror can be a great commentary on terrorism and a big controversial thing to talk about and discuss, but sadly it turns into a cheap popcorn movie and can be forgotten with beautiful visuals and good music. Don't worry, Sphinx. I will remember you. I will remember you for being in a show with good first English that I heard in a long time and in my biggest disappointment in the summer of 2014. Zankyou ~

Ranking:

PART STORY: 4/10
Premise 1/2 (interesting)
Fro 1/2 (solid)
The complexity of 1/2 (has some good effort)
Reasonable 0/2 (absolutely unrealistic)
Conclusion 1/2 (too much, but well presented)

PART CHARACTER: 4/10
Presence 1/2 (quite typical and not easy to remember)
Personality 1/2 (generic and some completely bland)
Backdrop 1/2 (some are pasted into the plot)
Development 0/2 (None)
Catharsis 1/2 (exaggerated, but it's there)

PART ART: 8/10
General Artwork 2/2 (very detailed)
Character figures 1/2 (fairly generic but very detailed)
Background 2/2 (very realistic)
Animation 1/2 (sometimes good, sometimes average)
Visual effects 2/2 (good enough)

PART SOUND: 7/10
Voice Acting 2/3 (Pretty good but no outstanding performance)
3/4 Music Theme (Nice track and very well used)
Sound effects 2/3 (OK, I guess)

PART ENJOYMENT: 5/10
Art 1/1 (great-looking)
2/2 Sound (sounds good from top to bottom)
Story 1/3 (Hook pulls, but that's it)
Character 1/4 (Shibazaki not that bad...)

VERDICT: 5.6/10



Reviews: [02]





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I will begin this review by saying I started watching this program without the author's knowledge and premise, so I didn't know what to expect. What I found was a mature and interesting story that kept me entertained all season long.

Even in an extraordinary season, it managed to shine as an anime that defines the summer of 2014. Even compared to great performances like Gekkan Shoujo, Tokyo Ghoul, RE: Hamatora and Aldnoah; Zero, Zankyou no Terror stands up.

Story: 10/10

There are many stories that focus on anti-heroism and terrorism, but none approaching the level of maturity found at ZnT. The show was successful in areas where other shows such as the Death Note faltered. You will not find tense character development here; no shonen-esque element. This is the type of show that you can happily show to friends who aren't anime-oriented with the belief that they won't be half-way, or that you have to justify why this and that makes fan service unnecessary.

Art: 10/10

ZnT's art style fits in well with the tone of the show. There are many still-life scenes on ZnT, and each perfectly captures the essence of Tokyo. After seeing Tokyo displayed on Tokyo Ghoul and Tokyo ESP, realistic calming images on ZnT breathe fresh air.

Character design also reflects the style of art: realistic enough to give a sense of severity, but different enough to give a show of the underlying artistic elements.

Although some background characters lack detail in some parts, this is expected to be the first release of the show to air and does not diminish the overall superiority.

Votes: 10/10

There were very few shows where I decided to buy an OST, and even fewer where I would continue to listen to songs weeks later. These songs have a strong resemblance to 'songs from cold countries' which are expressions that will become clear if you watch ZnT. In short: the voice is beautiful, elegant, and very melancholy.

9/10 characters

Both 9 and 12 have very contrasting personalities: 9 becomes blunt and adult with 12 being childish and funny. Lisa described them as 'smiles like the sun and eyes like ice'. But it is much deeper than that. Beneath the quiet exterior 9 lies indescribable sadness, and under smile 12 is a form of severity to match 12s.

At this point many observers will criticize Lisa fir for being 'bland' or just a plot tool. But it is impossible to imagine a show without him. He not only made a difference, with his problems with his mother 9 and 12 orphan statues, he showed a lot of developments in the development of the show.

Finally, I will touch upon the character in the police force, and how ZnT managed to catch adults the right way. The police are not presented as mindless soldiers, or as awkwardly organized oafs, and although the two play with them, the police are never hostile.

Enjoyment 10/10

From episode 1 I was hooked. There is no other event that interests me like ZnT. Now that I have finished, I feel as though I have gained something from that experience

In short, Zankyou no Terror shows a level of maturity and elegance that I never expected from anime, and I hope that other performances in the future will learn from ZnT.

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