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Score: 7.79/10

Enen no Shouboutai

Eng Title : Fire Force

Alt Title : Fire Brigade of Flames

JP Title : 炎炎ノ消防隊

Year : 2019

Genre : Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Harem, Shounen, Supernatural

Season : Summer 2019

Status : Complete

Rating : PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Episodes : 24/24

Duration : 23 min. per ep.

Studios : David Production

Synopsis

Spontaneous Human Combustion: a chaotic phenomenon that has plagued humanity for years, randomly transforming ordinary people into flaming, violent creatures known as Infernals. While Infernals make up the first-generation accounts of Human Combustion, the second and third generations became known as pyrokinetics—people gifted with the ability to manipulate and control their flames while remaining human. To combat the Infernal threat and discover the cause, the Tokyo Armed Forces, Fire Defense Agency, and Holy Church of Sol produced their answer: the Special Fire Force. Young and eager third-generation pyrokinetic Shinra Kusakabe, nicknamed Devil's Footprints for his explosive ability to ignite his feet at will, becomes a member of the lively Special Fire Force Company 8. Upholding the brigade's duty to extinguish the blazing Infernals and lay their souls to rest, Shinra is determined to become a hero who will save the lives of those threatened by the flame terror. However, this is not the hero's game Shinra imagined. The Fire Force is a fractured mess of feuding brigades, abnormal Infernal sightings are increasing all over Tokyo, and a shadowy group is claiming to have answers to the strange fire that caused the death of Shinra's family 12 years ago. Faced with many obstacles within and outside the Fire Force, Shinra fights to uncover the truth behind the burning mysteries that have kept him in the dark. [Written by MAL Rewrite]

Fire Force was one of my most highly anticipated properties coming into this season, by virtue of its stunning previews and incredibly impressive production team. Fire Force’s director Yuki Yase has been doing phenomenal work on shows like Monogatari, and his lengthy tenure at SHAFT has demonstrated he’s a director with a passion for incorporating diverse visual styles into his productions. Those early Fire Force previews demonstrated a welcome flourishing of that passion, with intricate, SHAFT-reminiscent layouts sharing space with stained glass windows, impressionistic flames, and dynamic color contrasts. Pair all that with the show’s stunning animation team, and you end up with a show that, in visual terms, was nearly guaranteed to have both the highest floor and highest ceiling of any show this summer. So does the premiere actually make good on that talent?

Absolutely. This episode is an embarrassment of visual riches from start to finish, with its very first moments offering some evocative and fluidly animated fire effects, leading to the introduction of the show’s beautiful, quasi-steampunk city. Mangaka Atsushi Okubo’s earlier Soul Eater demonstrated he’s an artist with a clear talent for background design, and Yase’s stunning layouts elevate his world into a beautiful and mysterious concrete jungle. The illustration of protagonist Shinra Kusakabe’s first use of his fire powers is a breathtaking marvel, with the fluidity of the flames, clear sense of weight and momentum, and impactful sound design all working in jaw-dropping harmony. And all that’s before we even get to the show’s opening, which is itself one of the most beautifully animated sequences of quick action cuts that I’ve seen in quite some time.

The rest of the episode maintains Fire Force’s stunning aesthetic vision and gloriously fluid action animation, as Shinra’s introduction into his unit of Fire Soldiers is elevated through Yase’s SHAFT-influenced eye for drama and emphasis on stark color contrast. Flashbacks to Shinra’s childhood traumas are conveyed through brutally minimalist color work, reducing his world to black, white, and the devilish red of his eyes, along with those inescapable orange flames. Present-day scenes of firefighting action maintain visual coherency in spite of their frantic animation through the clean contrast of glowing blue bands against red flames, an effect which lends not just clarity, but beauty and even a clear thematic throughline to the action. Shinra’s formative memories are neatly paralleled against his current actions, and the episode’s efficient, sympathetic characterization ends on a wonderfully understated payoff, as his desire to be a hero is at last fulfilled through the tearful thanks of the first person he “saves.”

Fire Force’s first episode stands as a stunning statement of purpose, and a visual marvel you should probably check out even if the premise doesn’t particularly thrill you. If the rest of the show can follow through on this premiere will likely come down to whether Okubo’s story is the equal of this absurd production team; but as far as first episodes go, it doesn’t get much better than this. You can also free Enen no Shouboutai anime watch online and free download.

Fire Force offers one of the more original takes on Shonen, instead of being about a kid out to get stronger or take on the world, we get a story about a world in which humans live in constant fear of suddenly exploding and turning into flame monsters. As someone who has been following the manga since the start, I was quite excited for this adaptation and was not disappointed at all. The source material was perfectly adapted and pacing was never an issue throughout. Characters and the world are properly developed and after the series gets going, you really do become attached to the main cast and genuinely become invested in their individual stories. The fight scenes are the main selling point of any battle shonen and they’re done extremely well in this series. Gorgeous animation and amazing sound design/ost to compliment them. I will say this, there have been many complaints on twitter and other social media about the amount of fan service particularly as it relates to Tamaki. Personally, I have no issue with fan service and don’t see why anyone would mind it, but if you do, you may find parts of the show difficult to get through as her fan service is often used as a plot device and in a later arc actually proves very decisive. Personally, my one complaint with the series are the camera shots that seem to linger after a person has finished talking. For instance, if Shinra and Arthur are talking and Arthur finishes his sentence, for some reason the camera stays on him for like a full 5 seconds which for me creates a cognitive dissonance. Probably a minor thing, but I felt it was important enough to mention. TL:DR Fire Force is at the front of the new gen, interesting premise, cool characters, Soul Eater author, cool fights and music(minus OP 2) and a story you’ll get sucked into. Check it out.

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