NEETaku’s 30 Day Anime Challenge Day 2: Worst Anime Ending You’ve Watched

This one is actually a difficult one for me. Not that I haven’t seen anime with endings that either baffled or infuriated me. It’s just that I haven’t seen that many of them. Maybe I’m too lenient or just never cross that line of being “too” invested in a series, but rarely am I not satisfied with the ending of a show. And while I could easily just on go another tirade about Tomoyo & Tomoya should’ve hooked up, I think talking about a harem anime would be too easy.

So, after mulling it around in the ol’ cranium all day today, I’ve finally managed to think of one. And rather than tell you, allow me to show it to you:



Wait…what? That’s it?! That’s the final climatic struggle you were building up to?! It can’t be! There’s got to be more?! Wait… the manga if I want to learn more/!




The end to Gargantia on the Verdurous Planet left me soooo unsatisfied!! Just like..maybe an episode and a half ago Ledo just found out that the aliens that he was literally born to fight were actually humans. Not only that, another person from his time had ended up where he was and was about to start the whole gene swapping mess all over again! This plot development was huge and deserved much more time than it was actually given!! How could they only give this show 13 episodes while Ikki Tousen gets multiple 26 episode seasons!!!??


I’m NEETaku and that was Just…My 2 Cents!!


6 thoughts on “NEETaku’s 30 Day Anime Challenge Day 2: Worst Anime Ending You’ve Watched

  1. I agree that there are anime out there (Ikki Tousen among them) which really should not have gotten so many episodes and so many seasons. However, I completely disagree with this choice. Gargantia had some issues, but I loved its ending. The issue presented was one of humanity’s worth. One side of the war Ledo fought in had cast aside humanity’s physical form, but the other, his side, had cast aside everything it means to be human. He learned what humanity means from his new friends and from Amy, and he saw the horror of his side, both what they had done and what they had become. The conflict began as two factions of humans who had cast aside their humanity, and then it became one between coexistence and mutual annihilation, and finally it became the compassion and loyalty of humanity vs. an empty shell of existence. To not only have Ledo learn of it, but Chamber as well, and to see the two machines, one with the pilot’s skeleton within and one without the “brain” part of its structure, jettisoned to spare Ledo, duking it out, with Chamber’s final line being so very human… well, I liked it.

    But that’s just me. 🙂

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