Last Year’s Crappiest-Looking Anime Made Slightly Less Crappy

Last Year’s Crappiest-Looking Anime Made Slightly Less Crappy

Image: TBS, yuru7o

When Dynamic Chord originally aired on Japanese TV, it looked terrible. Good thing the Blu-ray release cleaned things up!

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That’s typically what DVD and Blu-ray releases do – fix all the sloppy and unfinished animation that was originally broadcast.

Twitter user Yuru has been obsessively cataloguing the dynamic fixes, which you can compare for yourself in the series of tweets below.

Not sure all these fixes improved the anime, but there you go.

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