UQ Holder — First Impressions

A young vampire fights and meet cute girls.

Stories like this work much better as a manga than a TV show, in my opinion. They never end, and it feels very unsatisfactory to just stop right when it’s getting started. This is a sequel to Negima, and we never got any substantial portion of that animated. I expect the same to happen with this show. I do enjoy the manga, although so far I think Negima was better.

But as for the show itself. What a terrible color scheme. It’s hideous. And I’m slightly concerned about the production. More importantly, I thought the voice acting was terrible. I’m not the best judge of these things (I barely even speak Japanese) but it felt very hollow. Evangeline (I forget her adult name) was particularly bad, I thought. But please correct me if I’m wrong.

Otherwise, it seemed decent, albeit it’s not going to turn out great. But this was the first episode, and usually it only goes downhill from there. So I’ll stick with it but I don’t have the highest expectations.

2 thoughts on “UQ Holder — First Impressions

  1. i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal 17 year old boy named Adam Lee he lives in Tokyo Japan and attends school there he meets a new foreign exchange student named Evangelina she is half human and half demon.

  2. Evangelina’s mother is a human named Mira while her father is a demon named leviathan her mother joined a cult that worships chaos, death, war, destruction and evil known as the order of leviathan. leviathan had horns, claws, fangs, a long forked tongue, pointy ears, demonic bat like wings, and a demonic tail he is also a giant and very muscular and looked sort of human but with dark red maroon skin very long black hair and golden yellow glowing eyes. Evangelina inherited some of her fathers traits along with very large breasts and a big ass from her mothers side.

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