Episodes: 1 (it’s a movie…)
Overall thoughts: Considerably better than I’ve seen it rated elsewhere
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The other thing that drew me in to watching this anime, was the setting. I am always intrigued by the ideas people come up with for the future of humanity, and especially the fact that so many of these ideas centralize around the grim (you know, all that zombie obsession etc.) and Loups=Garous definitely took a direction that clicked with me. A virus threatened the entire human race (pretty standard, I know) but the humans lived on, though they dwindled in population, and were thrust further and further into a technological age where almost all food is synthetic and interactions between people were online for fear of contact. Now, I refuse to spoil the story of a thriller, that would just be cruel, so instead, I’ll emphasize elsewhere for the story. Now Loups=Garous definitely took a deep look at the kinds of personalities that could be created by a world such as this in its main group of characters. The lead being a girl, Hazuki Makino, with a very clear communication disorder (as she calls it), who is absolutely terrified by being in close proximity of others.
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