If you haven’t been watching Nagi no Asakura (A Lull In The Sea) during the Fall 2013/Winter 2014 anime seasons then I highly recommend that you do. The style might be initially off-putting for some but once you’ve got through a couple of episodes you’ll realise that this anime features a good plot, great character development and some stunningly detailed artwork that come together to make this a high-quality anime that sets the standard in today’s anime landscape.

The series explores the interactions, friction and relationships between two co-existing communities -  the people of the sea (humans who have the ability to breath underwater) and humans who live on the surface in a period of time very much like our near future. Whilst the story proceeds at a fairly steady pace, it consistently remains interesting and builds up to a point mid-series that will keep you wanting to watch after it’s passed. There’ll be 26 episodes, which for new runs of anime isn’t that common these days. I think it’s a good length and I look forward to seeing how the story wraps up!

If you haven’t been watching Nagi no Asakura (A Lull In The Sea) during the Fall 2013/Winter 2014 anime seasons then I highly recommend that you do. The style might be initially off-putting for some but once you’ve got through a couple of episodes you’ll realise that this anime features a good plot, great character development and some stunningly detailed artwork that come together to make this a high-quality anime that sets the standard in today’s anime landscape.

The series explores the interactions, friction and relationships between two co-existing communities - the people of the sea (humans who have the ability to breath underwater) and humans who live on the surface in a period of time very much like our near future. Whilst the story proceeds at a fairly steady pace, it consistently remains interesting and builds up to a point mid-series that will keep you wanting to watch after it’s passed. There’ll be 26 episodes, which for new runs of anime isn’t that common these days. I think it’s a good length and I look forward to seeing how the story wraps up!

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