The character introductions are natural and effective, the narrative flows well. The story is a little exaggerated, a little ridiculous, but without interfering with the narrative; the suspension of disbelief works. It’s probably one of the best Shounen anime I’ve seen in years.
The world feels loosely strung together and far from solid. I’m left waiting for more information to really feel immersed in the story.
By the time I made it into the Los Angeles Convention center on Day 1 — after two whole hours waiting in line — I knew that this would be my last AX.