It is often the case that an anime series ends without a particularly convincing ending. Sometimes it’s for a simple reason, such as preparing for a new section or simply waiting for more original material to adjust. There are also times when this happens for unexpected and unexpected reasons, such as studio problems. However, the worst has to be when an anime series ends with an unresolved problem.
In a best-case scenario, the anime is partially treated as promotional material for the series’ source material – typically a manga, light novel, or visual novel – that will answer any questions fans may have. . In the worst case scenario, the audience simply asks questions and guesses what might happen next.
10 star alignment
Stars Align is an original sports cartoon that endures an unresolved TV series. It begins with a simple premise, following a high school club that is threatened with disbandment due to unsatisfactory performance. Then a new transfer student talent joins in and turns the tide for the team.
The members of the soft tennis club are gradually shown to be struggling with deep personal traumas, but no resolution has yet been reached as the series is abruptly cut from the length. Planned 24 episodes down to 12 episodes. Furthermore, despite the fans’ wishes and the director’s passion, there is no Stars Align sequel yet.
9 Wonderland of the Dead
Deadman Wonderland follows Ganta Igarashi, a seemingly normal teenager who ends up in the prison of the same name after being accused of massacring his entire class. Things only get more complicated when he learns that he has somehow gained control over his own blood, which he must use when forced to participate in deadly games. brutal.
However, the film raises more questions than it answers, leaving many mysteries unanswered, such as the identities of the Indian Man and Shiro. Furthermore, its ending was intentionally left open, which has many cautiously optimistic fans predicting a sequel simply never comes.
8 blooms in you
Bloom Into You is a romance anime that really stands out from its peers, beautifully exploring LGBTQ+ relationships, especially less obvious identifying traits, such as smell. fragrant. However, as enjoyable as watching protagonists Yuu and Touko learn about each other and the concept of love, their journey simply ended too soon, leaving fans disappointed in the end.
Furthermore, the final episode doesn’t seem to be a particularly good stop either, as it ends before the much-anticipated school play. Unfortunately, with the manga being completed in 2019, it seems unlikely that fans will ever get a second part at this point.
7 Rokka: Heroes of the Six Flowers
Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers begins with the simple premise that six chosen heroes unite their powers to fight the Demon God and save the world. Instead, the seven heroes meet, after which suspicions about the scam begin to arise.
Unfortunately, like many other light novel adaptations, this anime mainly exists to promote the source material, adapting only 1 of the 6 episodes and ending with an epilogue. What’s worse is that the light novel has been on hiatus since 2015, meaning its cancellation is almost confirmed.
6 Land of brilliance
The Land of the Lustrous stands out not only visually but also conceptually due to its premise, which is not only interesting but also seems to be inspired by Buddhism. The film is set in a world where Gems – sentient crystalline beings – are fighting against an alien race called the Moon Men who are looking to destroy them.
To achieve this goal, each person is assigned a role, but a deep mystery remains behind the situation. Unfortunately, the show seems to end arbitrarily, just as Phos begins his quest for the truth. Thankfully, curious fans can follow the story in the manga, but that’s no consolation for those wanting to see more of the beautifully animated CGI Gems.
5 Yona of dawn
Yona of the Dawn tells the story of the same name Yona, a princess whose world was redefined when her father, the king, was betrayed and murdered. Forced to flee the castle and with no soulmate left but her loyal bodyguard, Yona must embark on an arduous journey.
Although the ending of this show is better than others, it still seems to stop abruptly, right at the moment when something interesting is supposed to begin. After rallying her trusted allies and rallying them, things stopped. This is disappointing for fans who are eager to see how the princess will reclaim her kingdom.
Btooom! depicts a deadly game in which reluctant players are suddenly stranded on a remote island and forced to kill each other with bombs. Protagonist Ryouta soon teamed up with fellow participant Himiko, trying to survive and escape the island together. Unfortunately, despite the pair’s determination to find out the truth behind the game, the show ended long before they had a chance.
The final frame shows a screen that says ‘Continue?’ and ‘Yes/No’, hinting at the possibility of a sequel, which unfortunately never appeared due to poor sales performance. Furthermore, while the story continues in the manga, its ending(s) is also controversial.
3 Umineko: When They Cry
Higurashi: When They Cry Umineko’s little-known brother: When They Cry is a cult classic that focuses on the Ushiromiya family. When the head of the family uses dark magic to reunite with Beatrice, the Golden Witch, a string of mysterious murders descends on the family, now stranded on a dangerous island.
Unfortunately, while the franchise is loved by many, Umineko’s anime adaptations are often considered the black sheep of the family, with the original visual novels and manga adaptations regarded by fans as the outstanding. It also didn’t help that the show’s ending had no particular conclusion, leaving fans unsatisfied.
The story behind Gangsta’s hiatus. is a misfortune. Many fans were captivated by the fascinating city of Ergastalum, as well as the adventures of the Handymen. However, their story never ends. The studio behind Gangsta., as well as classics like Samurai Champloo, filed for bankruptcy shortly after the series ended airing, leaving the adaptation without an owner.
Furthermore, the manga itself has not been updated since 2019, as the author is battling serious health problems, including many autoimmune diseases. As unfortunate as this is, fans have to understand and the author needs to prioritize his own health.
1 high school of the dead
High School of the Dead is emblematic of the era in which it was released, covering many of the trends at the time, both in Western and Eastern entertainment: action, zombies, and ecchi. The film revolves around a group of strange high school students and school staff fighting against a sudden outbreak of zombies who are desperately trying to survive.
Unfortunately, the author of High School of the Dead fell ill shortly after the first season aired, causing the manga to go on hiatus. The writer eventually passed away, after which the illustrator decided to stop the manga to pay respects to his close friend and colleague.
The finale of a show is obviously important. It can ruin the experience or make sure it ends well, leaving no questions unanswered and no issues unresolved. People often talk about great anime with bad endings, endings that simply leave them feeling unsatisfied and wanting more. When something ends abruptly for seemingly no reason, while giving the impression that there is more to come, it creates anticipation and anticipation. The more anticipation, the more frustrated fans become when they realize that the entanglements in their favorite anime will never be resolved.