When the villian is a hero and the hero is a villian–First Impressions: Munou na Nana

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It’s about a kid who goes to a talent school whose talent is to neutralize other talents. Two new students arrive, one who won’t disclose his talent, and another who reads minds. Nothing be a good ole round of fistycups to be class representative. Then the curtain is lifted and we reveal the mindreader is just a master at deduction and she kills our protagonist. This will be a slow competition anime. This then reveled that the talented were actually the monsters. And suddenly it’s our girl’s mission to kill them all.

The art is bubbly and round.

The OST is cute until it’s scary.

The opening is very apparent of the series.

The ending though is almost as if she wishes she didn’t have to kill them.

I honestly have never felt so nervous and confused for a main character before. I’m nervous for her to get caught but I’m also terrified for the other characters. I don’t know who I’m rooting for honestly, it’s too soon to tell. But what a twist on anime plots it might just be worth it in the end.




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