10 Moments That Ruined Anime


Today, we’ll be looking at some anime shows and parts of them that ruined the show.

Brock’s departure from the Pokemon television series was a little bit of a let down and Tracey didn’t do the best job of filli ng in for him. To see a wandering samurai not want to use his sword for killing anymore makes for a compelling story like in Rurouni Kenshin but the third season was a huge letdown. When Goku changes back into a kid in Dragonball GT it was confusing and a little strange. Like a lot of anime series, they are adaptations from manga and certain things are left out. Tokyo Ghoul is no stranger to this and we are left with a lot of missing plot points and the chronological order of the show is very haphazard. Could you watch basically the same thing over and over again for eight episodes? That is what happens in the series The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. In Naruto Shippuden there was a whole lot of content thrown into a show with limited amounts of time and we saw too many antagonists. The Death of “L” in Death Note was bound to happen but when his successors took over for him the show lost a lot of what it had going for it. The Bleach series gave us way too much filler, like almost half of it was and it kind of stunk. When Sword Art Online went to ALFheim Online and Asuna changed from being a warrior to a damsel in distress, the show became kind of lame. Well, that’s all we have for you folks today.