Animation, in a variety of ways, can explain whatever the mind of man can conceive. This facility makes it the most versatile and explicit means of communication yet devised for public appreciation.
Okay, I hope you get how animation is very much important in a show, because that is what mafe this show peculiar to the eyes of the viewers. The animation is cool. The plot is the foundation whilst Animation is the main house where in you put on some furnitures for it to look presentable and nice.
In this show, the visuals are bright, cheery, and very appealing to younger audiences; they have bubbly and colorful personalities that suit best for the younger audiences. However, the landscapes are beautifully rendered.
You wouldn’t expect this but I’d say that the series somehow is different from the books and movie. Why? Because Mei, who was originally cast as male in the movie and often seen as male by the author of the books, has now become May, a female goat. Strange. Yeah. This was probably done for marketing purposes. Well, for me I do not care much about that, it’s the plot’s job to make this an enjoyable kiddie ride. I find this a disappointment, actually, as it actually leaves the interpretation of May and Gabu's relationship as being more a romance than a friendship (which I obviously didn’t like) mainly in the way some episodes depict communication between the two. Seems malicious to me.
The English dialogue here is very slow and simplified, likely to assist with youngsters wishing to learn English. But those beautiful worlds are better expressed in Japanese. You know what I mean. Japanese anime voices are different. The music though, sounded like they lacked budget this time. Lmao.
Indeed, it has been a rollercoaster ride. This show has quite lots of ups and some downs; the story is still moving, but it is lacking in a great many ways compared to the original story books and movie version. But still I am *secretly* hoping this gets a second season.