Un-Go isn’t the sort of show that hits you over the head with it’s themes. Yes, there are themes and ideas more obvious than the others but Un-Go never tries to overplay them. It takes things in moderation, and this isn’t something I find often in the recent anime I’ve watched. Yes, there is a lot going on and the pacing was all over the place when it started but once you follow the show every week, it’s easy to get used to how Un-Go flows as a story.

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