The first episode of The Day I Became a God, the author's new anime by Angel beats! is Charlotte. After a pretty compelling first half, Jun Maeda's original anime completely changed the genre due to a sensational twist The final sparked the ire of many fans.
Months ago, the writer confirmed that the day I became a god would be the most moving anime of all time, a remarkably aged statement since after eight well-made episodes The story took on an unexpected twist rather than emotionally strong. The fans did not appreciate the twist and shortly after the season finale aired, Jun Maeda disappeared from social networks.
Without spoilers, we can assume that the first half of the day I became a god will be the story of Hina Sato, a girl who claims to be a goddess, and Yota Narukami, a college student who befriends her and the world discovers it will end within thirty days of its appearance. The anime is of the comedy genre and has very light tones, until the twist doesn't turn the situation around towards the end. The conclusion itself isn't terrible, but Maeda has had to pause due to the insults he received on Twitter.
It's not the first time such an episode has occurred. A while ago, the writer of Domestic Girlfriend stated that she received hundreds of personal attacks immediately after completing the manga, while the writer of The Devil is a Part-Timer had also received death threats more recently. The cast of the anime wished Jun Maeda to recover soon.
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Jun Maeda suspended his Twitter account shortly after r / anime aired the last episode of Kamisama ni Natta Hi
The day I became a god
Rubbish. Dirt. Complete and utter garbage. The absolute worst of the worst. The last two episodes are gross and allow the MC to care for a disabled person, which makes me feel gross and want to throw up all over the place. Fuck off. Lowest 1/10 pic.twitter.com/6yxAx373ZB- effv3 (@fuming_eff) December 26, 2020
Completed "The Day I Became a God"- Sour (@ Sour258) December 26, 2020
Jun Maeda is an interesting writer, the guy has really interesting ideas and concepts that would be perfect for a two-cour anime, but guess what? He wraps it all up in 12 episodes and creates a mess you want to love but can't.
The day I became God is a monstrous dumpster fire. The first half is pointless, uncomfortable, SOL / Comedy, then the tone immediately changes from funny, optimistic and childish to depressing and melodramatic screaming porn that only a 12-year-old thinks is profound. / DPLihwkLFt pic.twitter.com/LwDx0ZXOlf- RebelPanda (@RebelPanda_) December 26, 2020
I'm usually so forgiving of even the worst of anime, but the day I became a god was fucking other than bad. The second half of the last episode was damn unbearable to watch. It was such an ass pulling, oh my god pic.twitter.com/lXY8qgpopz- 𝕂𝕖𝕚 💭 (@keitzu_) December 27, 2020