Ready to uncover a hidden gem in the world of anime? Join MrEricAlmighty as he discusses the plot, characters, and everything else you need to know about why you should watch Terror in Resonance, an intellectual thriller brought to you by the creator of Cowboy Bebop and animated by Studio Mappa!
Synopsis: Terror in Resonance follows the story of two young terrorists on their dangerous crusade, an unsuspecting girl who finds herself unexpectedly pulled into their world, and the police force trying to stop them.
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Welcome to your go-to source for entertainment Wait for it Gaming, wait for it Anime Plus Ultra, mr Eric Almighty and Phil the Filipino. Yeah, they've got you covered And all you gotta do is Wait for it. Welcome back to the Wait for it podcast. I'm one of your co-hosts, mr Eric Almighty, and for this episode, as all of the episodes on this series, i am going to take a moment out of your day to recommend an anime. Now, the idea of young kid terrorist is not exactly a show for everyone, so your trigger warning has already been presented to you. All that's left to do is to go over the plot, the characters, the animation and anything else that I can fit in to convince you why you should watch Terror in Resonance. In less than 10 minutes, the official crunchyroll synopsis reads in an alternate version of the present. Tokyo has been decimated by a shocking terrorist attack and the only hint to the identity of the culprit is a bizarre video uploaded to the internet. The police, baffled by this cryptic clue, are powerless to stop the paranoia spreading across the population. In addition to that, i'm going to also bring up the synopsis that's attached to the official trailer, which calls this an intellectual thriller by the creator of Cowboy Bebop. Two teenage boys work together to wake the people from their slumber and pull the trigger on this world through a series of terrorist attacks. I like the picture that both of these paint, without giving crucial details away or tearing at the fabric of suspense, because our two young main characters 12 and 9, are the main focal point in this story. But they're not just dealing with their very dangerous crusade. They also have a girl named Lisa to consider who's unexpectedly dragged into their world. And through that character we really get to, as an audience, see these two characters and why they're making the choices that they do. On the flip side, we see the police side of the story, which is a big part of this actual show, led by the character named Shibasaki, who I like to describe as Aizawa for My Hero Academia, if he was a veteran detective. And of course, a cat and mouse game ensues as the two young boys, who go by the code name Spinks, leave video clues leading up to their explosive deeds. Now this particular story and its characters are shadowed by endless lies and buried under several layers of secrecy, so it does make it hard to talk about without uncovering that mystery, but that does open the door to intrigue, and I will give credit where credit is due. While he's typically terrible at explaining things, our friend Boogie managed to convince me to check this out and I'm glad I didn't miss out on this one. Adding on top of everything that's been brought up so far, this show also has a great opening called Trigger by Yuki Ozaki, which is, i believe, criminally underrated. I usually catch wind of really good openings, even for shows I have never or never intend to watch, but this one really slipped my radar, and I did watch this exclusively in dub, which means it did a very good job keeping me engaged And I didn't feel at any point that I needed to switch to sub, which is obviously high praise. Studio Mappa is behind the animation for this, and typically their reputation is more than enough of an explanation on why it's very good and, trust me, the animation on this is very, very good. But it's worth mentioning that this is one of Mappa's earlier works, so it's honestly impressive to me to see how they've always seem to have a high pedigree and track record And now they're seemingly all over the place with the biggest shows out today, from chainsaw man to jujitsu Kaizen, including other shows, obviously, that have been on this series like Vinlin saga, so Mappa is all over the place. If you're curious about their early work, i feel like this would be a great watch. And, ultimately, if it doesn't excite you at all to hear that there is an anime Considered to be a hidden gem and it's by the creator of cowboy bebop and it's animated by studio Mappa, then I guess that's your loss. It's okay to have different tastes, but that just sounds interesting to me. And if your issue is just what many of us face, which is that backlog burden of our watch list that we've yet to get to, and feeling guilty Adding another one to it, i do think that terror in resonance has a case to skip the line a little bit, and it deserves a chance. If there is an anime you're watching right now or that you're about to jump into, that you're not a hundred percent sold on, all I'm saying is consider this tight 11 episode story instead to quite possibly steal the show. As always, guys, thank you so much for your support on this series. 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