Anime Review: ERASED

Thousand Mile Walk

ERASED is an animé series that tells the tale of Satoru, a 29-year-old failed manga artist who works at a pizzeria. Occasionally, he experiences Revival, where he can go back a few minutes in time (think Next) and change the outcome of recent situations. One day, Satoru experiences an unusual revival that takes him back to his elementary school days, giving him a chance to prevent a series of abductions and murders that happened to several of his classmates many years ago.

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This is one of the most artistically beautiful animés I’ve seen. In addition, it touches on heavy topics such as child abuse and divorce in a way that doesn’t seem heavy-handed.

This 12 episode show is currently available on Crunchyroll and FUNimation in a subtitled version–no English dubbing yet! Rated TV-14 for violence and occasional swearing.

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  1. I ended up watching _Erased_ finally and really enjoyed it. The animation was beautiful and the characters and storyline engaging. While it was occasionally dark and gritty, I highly recommend it! The themes, friendships, and other positive elements make the journey worthwhile.

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