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Although the frauds at WatchMojo.com will probably tell you that DragonBall Z or Naruto are the best animes, they don't know tosh about anime lad. Like those shows aren't even Korean, how am I supposed to take them seriously? Nonetheless, "The Alex Jones Show" is a fascinating anime about a man (the title character) living in a corrupt world, similar to that of the famous anime movie from 1999, The Matrix. The government controls everything, and are out there to make mad cash, dosh and wonga by lying about global warming to make sure people buy electric cars to make them more money, and putting chemicals in the water that make certain amphibians attracted to the same gender. Obviously this very bad, so Alex Jones and his elite army of bad-ass red-pilled freedom fighters must band together and overthrow the corrupt people in charge.
As you could probably tell by that summary, "The Alex Jones Show" is a very story-driven anime. For a well good anime to stand the test of time, it must have a good story so that people from years into the future can relate to it and hail it as a classic. Needless to say, Alex Jones and his crew have crafted a show with rich storytelling and have succeeded in that goal to a tee. I mean, I like other good animes like The Nutshack, but they were less story based and more focused on getting laughs and letting us soak in the good animation (not to say that The Alex Jones Show doesn't have AMAZING animation of course).
There are few characters in this show, as it's more centred around Alex Jones and his steadily declining mental health as he tries to defeat the government. But that obviously means that the show has more time to develop his character, and I believe that the character of Alex Jones will be hailed as the most well-written character in any show years from now. I also like the choice by the writers to have the villain of the show (the government) has no face and despite being made up of multiple people, are one huge entity. This is clearly symbolism that the creators wanted us to pick up on, as evil takes many forms, and evil has no face.
The animation is the best it gets in this show, even better than animes such as Finding Bigfoot, another absolute banger that I would definitely recommend. The dubbing and voice acting is also first- rate.
Overall, "The Alex Jones Show" is a top-notch show that I would highly advise you watch as well. I don't know about you, but if IMDb gave us the option to rate a movie or TV show a 8394/10, I would definitely rate this show exactly that. Because this show is well good.
THIS IS A SIMULATION. NOTHING IS REAL. GET OUT OF HERE NOW. THIS IS A SIMULATION. NOTHING IS REAL. GET OUT OF HERE NOW. THIS IS A SIMULATION. NOTHING IS REAL. GET OUT OF HERE NOW.
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