This could have been a good show if someone with an actually functional brain wrote it.
|A fascinating premise||Almost nothing that requires some sort of cognitive thought makes sense|
|Kayo is a likable and interesting heroine||Awkward, poorly-written dialogue (the guy should probably stick to writing kids only)|
|Characters act more like convenient tools for the (dumb) plot rather than actually functional people|
|Tries to play a detective despite revealing the culprit on the first episode|
|Has no idea what it’s doing and spins in circles after Kayo’s arc before fizzling out in the end|
|Stupid and underwhelming ending|
One thought on “[Anime] Boku dake ga Inai Machi”
Seems the hate is overwhelming. This anime was the hype on MyAnimeList forum, and the synopsis was cool (since I love time-traveling trope) but since I read this review, I starting to doubt if I’ll waste my time watching this cartoon, or stick reading my books.