4 popular anime series airing POPS application (Part 1)
Cartoons on the POPS application has just added 4 popular anime series in the world.
POPS is an entertainment application loved by the Vietnamese anime community because of its copyrighted content, quality images and sound. Recently, the app continues to add four new anime series: KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World S2, Ao Haru Ride, Overlord 2 and Dr Stone.
KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World S2
The Konosuba anime was highly regarded by professionals when it ranked 10th in the list of best television anime at the Newtype Awards 2015-2016; ranked 2nd in the funniest anime category at Anime Awards 2016.
The main character of the movie is Satou Kazuma – an eccentric student who lives separate from society, loves games, is addicted to stories. Kazuma died instantly when he went to buy a game he liked. His soul is transported to a strange place by the goddess Aqua and becomes a character in the game with the mission to defeat the Demon Lord. Accompanying Aqua is the hyperactive god Kazuma, creating a multitude of funny troublesome situations.
If Ao Haru Ride manga becomes one of the best-selling manga in Japan, top 5 of the best female manga of 2013, the anime version is equally outstanding. The film has been adapted into English and broadcast on many different platforms.
Ao Haru Ride
Ao Haru Ride tells about the love student of Yoshioka Futaba and Tanaka-kun. They fell in love when they were in the same middle school. But after that, Tanaka suddenly changed schools, leaving Futaba disappointed and regretful that he couldn’t confess his feelings. Three years later, Futaba unexpectedly met Tanaka-kun again, but the boy that year not only has a different name but also a completely opposite personality.
Using light blue and purple as the main color, the footage of Ao Haru Ride is as beautiful as the first vibrations of life. The film circuit is quite gentle but still leaves deep value for the viewer, truly portrays the love and friendship of the school age that anyone who watches can see themselves in it.