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Rudy begins training with his new magic tutor and learning swordsmanship from his father. He makes rapid progress, but traumatic memories from his past life leave him to afraid to go outside. Is his second chance already doomed to failure?
The episode was rated from 81 votes.
A 34-year-old unemployed recluse get hit by a truck... and wakes up as a newborn baby in a fantasy world! With loving parents, a lifetime of regrets, and a beginner's magic textbook, he sets out to make the most of his second chance at life.
The episode was rated from 90 votes.
The Greyrat family is overjoyed when Zenith announces that she's pregnant with a second child, but the mood takes a dour turn when Lilia reveals that she is also pregnant and Paul is the father. Will this be the end of Rudy's happy family?
The episode was rated from 55 votes.
Rudy begins to explore the village and rescues a green-haired child from a group of bullies. The two grow close practicing magic, but is there more to Rudy's new friend than he thinks?
The episode was rated from 69 votes.
Last updated: oct 22, 2021
It's okay. 7/10, as it's interesting for a first episode. Not revolutionary, very "Artistic Light Novel" in the variety of artist detail, but also convenient world building, if a bit risque / adult. Not as terrible as it could have been, given the 50+ Isekai's a year, with standouts like Log Horizon / SAO etc. I can't tell if the show is generic or has potential for an 8/10 story or character development(s), or if it falls hard into Isekai trope/cliche's, as Seasonal Anime trends towards boosting the quality of the first 2-3 episodes as review scores affect viewers & marketing numbers. Isekai as a mid-budget seasonal show tend to be weak on characters and story, and often fall apart within 3-4 eps, but IMO Jobless is worth checking out if only for the art style, slightly reminiscent of Grimgar and Black Clover, and they didn't really change the formula, it's Adventurers with Magic, but at least it's not Orphans, Magic School. Slime/Spider/Vending Machine reincarnations, or Adventure Harem (yet). It's probably going to be Adventure Harem with a strong art direction. Which is a good niche to fill, IMO that's not as sedentary as Grimgar or as ridiculous as Arifureta / In Another World with my Smartphone / Cautious Hero, etc. It's probably somewhere in the middle given the 'realism' setting. After the character turns 5-6, there's actual character depth for a "reborn 40-year-old NEET", this may be obscured once he grows into a ~50 year old teenager with issues, YMMV. Truck-Kun made an appearance, so you know it's going to be on the edge of parody that isekai's often teeter over, or just jump right into the fantasy without looking back to see if people have followed along. It is going to be a challenge to see where the weak point is - the Art budget, the characters, the story depth, or the Arc / Premise, since they haven't really developed the background. Direction seems to follow LN convention, so hopefully the characters aren't dull. Until they finally get that vending machine Isekai Anime happening, it's a little better than the January 2021 season alternative "So i'm a Spider, So What?" IMO, both shows could excel. Time will tell if "Jobless" or "Kumo" will improve or settle into mediocrity.
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Don’t know about you, but since the lockdown, I have had more free time than ever. Maybe it’s because we did not actually realize how much time we were wasting. So the other day, whilst I was pouring myself a glass of wine, I remembered how much I love and missed genre “Fantasy”. It was my favorite genre since growing up, maybe because I was too much into Avatar, but yeah I miss it. So today let’s talk about best fantasy TV shows.
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