The Disastrous Life of Saiki K Reawakened Review- An insanely funny anime ride

The Disastrous Life of Saiki K Reawakened Review- An insanely funny anime ride

This amazing Japanese anime series has voices by the likes of Zach Aguilar, Kellen Goff and Kyle McCarley. If you are an anime fan, this one can impress you. Anime series often haven’t impressed much but, this one is an edge above many. The story of Saiki Kusuo revolves around this powerful psychic name Saiki, who repels the power of attracting attention. Opposite to his characterisation, he is surrounded by most of the colourful characters looking for many ways to distance him away from his everyday life.

The Disastrous Life of Saiki K .: Reawakened is marketed as a sequel of the series with the same name but, this time, it introduces a new set of funny characters. Even though you may not appreciate/understand the Japanese version, watching the dubbed version is a must and the performances remain incredible. The characters take you through an insanely funny anime ride as you sail through the series.

Inspired from an extended TV short series of Japan and a live-action movie, the anime series is pretty interesting and fun to watch. As a character, Saiki is hyperactive and weird, character who can read others’ minds, spin objects and even control and play with them. Refreshing, funny and equally amusing to watch, you will love the way this superhuman handles even the mundane issues easily using his unusual powers.

At first glance, you may find the premise to be slightly random and weird but, soon the action takes a funny and satirical turn. Streaming it is highly recommended for all those who love and enjoy anime but, even if you are not a regular watcher of anime content, this one will not fail to impress you.

This one is the show’s fourth season even though, under Netflix’s rebranding, it comes across as a separate list. The series is full of mini-episodes replete with bizarre escapades about the primary character taking an interesting approach in resolving every problem coming his way. Due to the shortness of each of the mini-episode, the ending may feel abrupt but the elaborate voiceover makes up for it later.

Rating: 3.5/5


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