Preparations to send Hitomi back are complete, but she can’t leave before some final good-byes. Everyone in the club has sent her off with their best, well except for Yuito. He does not wish to make this anymore painful on her. However, he will have no choice once Kohaku’s spell goes astray due to Hitomi’s unconscious usage of magic. Reaching out to one another during that moment connected them to a space only they’ve shared. It was for this brief moment they both could convey their true feelings. The short time they had been together brought them both out of their reclusive corners. Together they were able to stand stronger, and dispel the colorless world. After confessing their love, Hitomi was able to permanently see the world in color.
Once the magic that was holding Hitomi down was dealt with, she was able to safely return home. Welcome back to the year 2078, Hitomi. Greeted once again under the firework filled sky, Hitomi saw it all. No longer would her emotions hold her back. She will live her life to the fullest with color included. Her friends of the past may no longer be around her, still what they had given her will carry her forward. Additionally, they have left a gift behind for her. Even if they are no longer there, the memories they shared remain. A time capsule of her time in the past will make everything seem just like yesterday.
Interestingly enough, this was the only show this season I wanted to review. Everything else covered here was done by request. So, going into this one I had a few expectations. Most of these were met for the most part. P.A. Works dished out astonishing visuals week after week. They really sold the world around Hitomi. Moreover, it was nice seeing magic outside a fantasy setting. The way magic was handled only added to the charm of this show. Still, this show was more than just visuals. We were presented a story of a young girl flung into the past to fix her colorless world. It was through 13 episodes she learned to love and feel again. Yet, it should be noted throughout that time there were a few lull periods. Hitomi’s character is the root cause of this, but don’t let that get you down. She’ll grow as the show steadily progresses. Regardless, this show told a complete story. Anyone can go into this knowing they’ll get it all.
As a mostly delightful experience, I can happy scribe this one down as a 8/10. This show was a bit of a beacon of light during the fall season here. I’ve felt each show picked up here to be very hit or miss. I’m thankful to have experienced this one, and I hope some of you enjoyed this one just as much. Anyhow, it’s time to live life anew. Enjoy the world in color, Hitomi!
Thanos claims another one.
This book seems oddly familiar. Something about a colorful bird.
This was actually dedicated to Grape-kun.
Just so we’re clear, I have no clue who is in that grave. We do not get to see anyone from the old club days, nor do they show a name.
Looks like a few former club members were able to hit it off, though. Those anime genetics are shining through.
Grandpa was the biggest winner out of this show.
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Talk about a colorful, yet tearful ending. Nevertheless, the future is now! Keep on looking forward to more great works here at, Anime Solution.