The animated adaptation of the light novels Kumo Desu ga, Nani ka? (So I'm a spider, so what?) is rated by fans as one of the most disappointing adaptations of the year after a Hype Since the announcement, the inconsistency in animation quality and the change in scriptwriter during production resulted in a difficult-to-understand story for those who knew the franchise directly through the anime.

The user will likely think: "Well, if you want to understand better, read the novelsβ€œHowever, the customization has to be self-explanatory and not completely dependent on the source. Therefore, if the goal of animation adaptation was to promote light novels, the outcome is certainly questionable. The reason? It has been months since there was an update on the number of copies in circulation, and the anime has been some time since it was completed. However, at the beginning of this article we mentioned two things: Although the script is beyond repair once production is complete, animation does the rescue. It does this through physical releases that give the animation studio a little more time to correct the errors shown in the televised broadcast.

We have previously commented on the Twitter user @ g6xa3awstGCEljSwho usually buys all the physical packages (or at least the ones you care about) and shares compilations of the fixes made to the episodes. In this case, apparently Kumo Desu ga, Nani ka? It contained the largest amount published in its compilations, so it's worth checking out. (Remember that the upper part shows the version that was broadcast on TV and the lower part shows the version on the Blu-ray).

Episode 16

Β«This is what the review looks like"Wrote the user.

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