1. Takemichi’s Many Allies Are Hard To Remember In Tokyo Revengers
The utilization of time travel in fiction presents unique challenges. To keep the audience engaged, the filmmakers must strike a balance between making the time travel premise too simple and watering it down too much.
Tokyo Revengers has a compelling story that has attracted a large fanbase, but the constant shifting between the past and the present can be difficult to follow. The time travel and the numerous characters may need viewers to make notes during each episode.
2. Attack On Titan’s Character Roster Is Constantly Changing
When the series first aired, Attack on Titan became renowned for becoming the anime with the most killed-off heroes. It stands to reason that the heroes wouldn’t endure long in a reality where the titans are the most powerful enemies yet there aren’t enough resources to defeat them.
There are, of course, some characters who remain constant throughout the series, but it doesn’t make the newest ones any less important. There is a lot of effort put into making sure each character in this show is developed well. Curiously, satisfying fans who prefer brevity can be a pain when trying to do justice to the characters.
3. Fans Of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Are Required To Remember The Joestar Family Tree
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure is a popular anime series known for its unconventional storytelling. Season after season, we watch a different Joestar family member battle with evil and keep the peace. Although the series’ occasionally campy tone may turn off some anime fans, its vast cast might prove challenging even for viewers who like its over-the-top tone.
Details from previous seasons, including the origin stories of certain characters, will be important to recall as the plot progresses. Even if it makes the series more interesting to watch again, not everyone will want to take on the challenge.
4. My Hero Academia’s Poor Pacing Doesn’t Help With Its Overwhelming Cast
The first season of My Hero Academia did an excellent job of setting up several characters, so when it ended, fans were excited about a number of them. But there was a lot to juggle with such a huge cast of characters; finding the perfect focus and rhythm was essential to ensuring that each subplot contributed to the overall narrative arc.
It didn’t take long for the series’ tempo to slow down and its trajectory to become disorganized after the Sports Festival. The writers intended to give each member of Class 1-A a moment in the spotlight, but the result was a series of filler arcs that left viewers waiting in vain for the tale to get interesting. The anime has gotten better toward the end of the fifth season since it has focused on fewer characters.
5. Assassination Classroom Has Most Students Fall Behind In Their Lessons & Development
One of the main complaints about the anime is a large number of unsatisfactory characters, even though it is widely lauded for its humor and unexpectedly uplifting situations. The notion of a group of teenagers in a classroom plotting to murder their teacher is compelling, but several of the characters’ performances fall short.
There are a total of 28 students in Class 3-E, but only a handful actually hold your attention. A more well-rounded ensemble cast may be found in the manga, but the anime’s intriguing premise held a lot of promise.
6. Naruto Shippuden’s Ensemble Cast Weakens With Each Passing Season
The first instalment of the Naruto series introduced audiences to an expansive universe populated by various characters, most notably the Konoha 11. Despite the fact that Team 7 is usually front and centre, the development of other characters both before and after the Chunin Exams was quite well-balanced. Tragically, when episodes of Naruto Shippuden aired, the heroes that viewers had come to adore were relegated to the background.
Naruto Shippuden failed to live up to the expectations of a series with a huge cast of heroes, even though it is logical that a story with any number of protagonists needs to have a straightforward focal point. Maybe the writers just couldn’t keep up with all the heroes.
7. Legend of The Galactic Heroes Relies On Layers Of Politics & Characters
It’s to be expected that a show about a galactic war would have a lot of material and characters for viewers to absorb, and Legend of the Galactic Heroes is no exception. Multiple leaders and their respective followers are depicted throughout the anime’s many OVAs, films, and season.
After getting a feel for the setting, viewers must invest time in learning about each character. There is a lot of talking and the story revolves around the major characters, so there are a lot of names and faces to remember.
8. Detective Conan Is Constantly Introducing New Heroes
Over the course of more than a thousand episodes since the show’s debut in the late ’90s, Detective Conan (also known as Case Closed) has introduced various heroes to help the crime-solving genius protagonist along his path. Detective Conan continues to expand its cast despite the challenges of maintaining continuity among a huge ensemble and developing interesting new characters.
Fans of the series are the kind who enjoy being stretched intellectually. Character development and other granular elements are appreciated by this subset of anime watchers. It’s a sombre but ultimately satisfying part of the show for them, even if some viewers might not enjoy it.
9. Fairy Tail’s Open World Didn’t Come With The Most Interesting Characters
Fans of the shonen anime Fairy Tail adore the show for its engaging backstory, exciting fights, and a select group of unforgettable main characters. One of the major critiques of the series, though, is the spent time on other less intriguing characters. It’s not surprising that there would be a large number of heroes willing to help save the day in an universe this size, but some readers may find the sheer volume of characters confusing.
Most of these additional characters fell flat and added nothing to the plot, so it became a recurring aggravation for some viewers whenever they’d show up on the scene. Some of these reviewers don’t even like the main characters, so the supporting cast can’t make up for what they see as the show’s flaws.
10. Danganronpa Needed More Episodes To Build Its Large Cast
The anime Danganronpa is based on a series of video games of the same name, and it follows a group of high school kids as they try to make it through a convoluted murder investigation. The 16 protagonists plan to eliminate each other, unnoticed, so that they can all make it out alive.
This is a fantastic idea in theory, but one of the best parts of the original game was getting to know each of the playable characters. Since there are only 13 episodes total, it’s impossible to get to know each character well. What was supposed to be a very complex series ended up being lacking in depth for some of the characters.
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