First Impression: Clockwork Planet

Plot: long time ago, the world, as we know it, was going to die. Only the appearance of a master clocksmith (called “Y”) saved it by transforming in a mass of infinite clockwork gears. 1.000 years later: Naoto is a young clocksmith with bad dexterity but with an innate ability to listen clockworks mechanism. One day, by accident, a special unit called RyuZU, was dropped on his house, destroying it. He fixed the unit and she made him his master. Meanwhile, Marie Bell Breguet, a member of an important family, has found that the army is planning to destroy a grid, inhabited by millions of people, in order to save the collapsing world…

First impression: well, some part of the plot his somehow original but the anime itself is not so interesting. At first I’ve tought to be a children-target anime but then, after seeing some soft hentai scenes, I changed my mind but I became confused. The reason? As an adult I think this serie is too childish to please me but I’ll never let a child to watch it for the ero-scenes. So what’s the point of making a serie no ones want to watch? Good question… As I’ve said the plot is not much original, the characters are similar to dozens other animes and the combat scenes are made of poor quality. In the end I don’t recommend to anyone to watch it.

Vote: 4

Clockwork Planet staff:

  • Production: Xebec (Nadesico, Pandora Hearts)
  • Director: Tsuyoshi Nagasawa (Kyo no Gononi)
  • Original character design: Shino (manga character design)
  • Character design: Shuichi Shimamura (Honey and Clover, Nodame Cantabile)

Cast:

  • Naoto: Yoshino Nanjō (Rekka “Cardfight! Vanguard”)
  • RyuZU: Ai Kakuma (Iroha Utsugi “God Eater”)
  • Marie Bell Breguet: Saori Ōnishi (Hisako Harato “Food Wars”)

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