Adam Yaw’s review published on Letterboxd:
Marvelous. One of the most unique and beautiful visual styles I’ve ever seen in animation. The best subtitles I’ve ever seen in anime, as they follow the main character’s slow dramatic speech pattern perfectly. Possibly my favorite visual character design ever in the form of said main character (and with his two different forms, possibly my two favorite). Possibly also my favorite voice acting of any character ever in the form of said main character. Remarkable scoring and sound design. Maybe the best written power restriction for an anime protagonist ever? And good god does this show take its time and meander just like its protagonist.
Surreal and convoluted stories that unfold like a well written mystery wrapped up in a kaleidoscopic horror aesthetic my eyes could feast on for days. Throw in great themes and maybe my favorite tv show protagonist ever and you’ve got yourself a masterpiece.
please watch this everyone it’s so good
“I saw it. He was not the culprit.”
did you see?”
“He was caught, and pulled up. Then spun around.