While the park was saved from a horrible fate, it’s time for Seiya to find a way to promote it.
While this episode felt more like a special since that the main plot is over, it felt random at the same time. Apparently, Isuzu and Tricen were given the task to make a new promotional video. Since neither of them has any film making experience, Tricen just asked all the cast members for ideas and video files so that he can make a new promotional video.
The end result can be described as completely random, not making any sense whatsoever, hilarious and disturbing (mostly due to the video Eiko gave with a horse giving birth to a pony). While the new PV gone viral online, I already expected that Seiya wasn’t going to use it because no one will understand it.
Overall, Amagi Brilliant Park is perhaps one of the most enjoyable shows I have seen in a while from Kyoto Animation. For a while now, I felt that their in-house productions weren’t outstanding and paled in comparison to past shows they have done. I felt that this show kind of brought back their mojo since the characters and the comedy was very enjoyable.
Like No Game No Life, I think that this show has benefited greatly with Gatoh working with the production staff and fixing some off the issues that he had while writing the novels such as accidentally leaving out Latifia from the story and not knowing what to do with the Elemental fairies until the 9th episode. Considering that this show allowed him to sell over 100,000 copies of the novel in two weeks after it’s initial airing, I think this show will sell well and there is a good possibly that he might decide to do another season. We’ll see.
Overall Rating: 9.3/10, A, Very Good