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Great animation, terrible dubbing and music. Not for kids.
(All of this is my opinion, of course)
Great animation somewhere between the style of the old 90s X-Men cartoons and Pokemon. The backgrounds were especially striking to me, but I really liked the way they drew Frankenstein and his monster in this. This alone made it worth watching for me. I liked it that much.
The story is good, even if the dialogue is not.
Terrible script. The story itself is good but it's not told very well.
I don't know what the Japanese version sounds like but the English dubbing is TERRIBLE. I cannot stress how bad it is. It's so bad. I had it muted most of the time. I just couldn't stand it. On the plus side, the story is pretty obvious even without subtitles so I didn't need dialogue to follow most of it.
The score is pretty bad, too.
Pro or Con depending on your viewpoint:
A mature and tragic story that doesn't pull many punches.
Kind of bloody and gory in parts.
That's my two cents.
5/10 for me.
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