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These are Japan’s Most Disappointing Anime Endings | Spaghetti code

Date: May 28, 2024 Time: 20:09:42

Throughout history, several anime series have reached a climax or had a great ending, but it seems that not everyone was very happy with some because the ending was not what they expected as the story progressed, and there seems to be a list about them.

An online poll conducted by Japanese media outlet Yaraon! revealed the results from a comment forum in that country, so it made them known and seems to have sparked a big debate about which anime endings are the most disappointing.

There could be several reasons why the ending may not be so good, one of them could be the number of fans they may have over the years and it is not easy to convince them. Sometimes endings can be rushed or deviate from the plot altogether.

Disappointing anime ending

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Without a doubt, there are several series that have been airing for several years and many of them were unhappy with the endings they had because more was expected or so Japanese fans think. In the meantime, this list was compiled to keep in mind the importance of a good ending.

Nowadays, anime continues to grow and release new episodes that are very interesting, so more and more creators are faced with the difficult task of giving us a great ending or one that everyone was looking forward to.


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