Planet With Shows what Lucifer and the biscuit hammer could have been

Lucifer and the biscuit hammer is one of the least reviewed anime series of 2022, shocking fans and critics alike. Fans of the original manga have been hoping for years that the series would be adapted into an anime, so the idea that the show flopped so much is surprising. However, Lucifer and the biscuit hammer the difficulties do not stem from his writing, and the other series of Satoshi Mizukami, Planet With show what Lucifer and the biscuit hammer It could have been.


Planet With was a multimedia franchise created by Satoshi Mizukami, the same person who wrote Lucifer and the biscuit hammeranime adaptation. There was a manga, written and drawn by Mizukami, which appeared on the pages of Our young king magazine. There was also an anime. This anime was also written by Satoshi Mizukami, directed by Youhei Suzuki and animated by JC Staff, the studio known for their work on The way of the household And Revolutionary girl Utah. Both the anime and the manga were released in 2018.

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Planet With follows a boy named Souya Kuroi. One day, Kuroi has a nightmare about dragons destroying the world with rainbow-like rays of destruction, but when he wakes up, he is informed that he has lost his memory after a freak accident that killed his parents. Kuroi is confused, but is placed in the care of Ginko, a peculiar maid, and Sensei, a giant cat. Just when his life seems like it can’t get any worse, Earth is attacked by a bear-shaped UFO. However, when all seems lost, a group of people transform into semi-robotic weapons and attack and destroy the creature.

These mysterious people attack with a rainbow-like light, just like Kuroi’s nightmare dragon light. Kuroi, assuming these are the people who caused the accident, makes it his mission to destroy the heroes by any means necessary. Kuroi soon discovers that Sensei can transform into a robot like the heroes he has seen, and by letting Sensei eat him, Kuroi can pilot him like a mech. Hence, Kuroi goes out to kill the heroes. But in doing so, he plunges into a much bigger conspiracy.

Planet With And Lucifer and the biscuit hammer they share many similarities. For example, both series subvert expectations. With heroes fighting the good guys or shunning the usual moral codes that most of the seinen protagonists abide by. Both works also feature unusual characters to compliment those who are seemingly average, with Sir Noi Crezant being the most obvious example of this. Lucifer and the biscuit hammer and Sensei is the clear standout character Planet With.

However, Planet With is a much better anime than Lucifer and the biscuit hammer. Proving that the basic storyline, nor Satoshi Mizukami’s writing style, was holding back the series. One of the most obvious differences is the pace. Planet With maintains a good pace that strikes the perfect balance of heart-pounding action and constant exposure to set the mood.

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On top of this, Planet Withhistory is wisely managed. Capture the subversion at the center of the story and the fantastic setting without becoming difficult to follow. The characters and their motivations all feel logical and grounded without becoming boring or monotonous. This is something that Lucifer and the biscuit hammerThe anime adaptation struggled, leading many of the manga’s most important characters to become boring. Something that has been made worse is that the anime omitted the pivotal moments of character development from the manga.

Planet With the best quality is animation. The entire series is packed with fantastic visually unique designs and sets, especially the super robot sequences. Each of these moments is heavy and well choreographed, really conveying how fast and frantic the action is. In addition, even the most ingrained scenes are well animated and each character radiates personality, making them instantly likeable and intriguing. This leads to some fantastic contrasts, which help make the surreal moments more impactful. The opposite of Lucifer and the biscuit hammer. Which featured a very generic, weightless animation that conveyed little personality or weight.

Planet With shows why fans are so disappointed Lucifer and the biscuit hammer. Satoshi Mizukami is a fantastic writer with a unique style. This can lead to an extraordinary anime if handled and adapted correctly. Credit goes to the JC staff, as their animation is part of the reason Planet With it’s a fantastic anime. but Planet With shows, if he had more time, a bigger budget or a different studio, Lucifer and the biscuit hammer could have lived up to the hype.

Planet With is now streaming on Crunchyroll.

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