Blue Period

Blue Period is an anime adaptation of the manga series bearing the same name written and illustrated by Tsubasa Yamaguchi. The anime series can be watched on Netflix. 

Here you’ll find weekly reviews, discussions, episode summaries, and theories surrounding the fall 2021 anime adaptation of Blue Period. 

Is Blue Period a Good Anime?  

Despite the controversy surrounding the Netflix adaptation of this series from its manga readers, Blue Period presented a strong portrayal of the reality artist face in pursuit of their art.

Through on-screen struggles with self-doubt, career path choices, and society itself – Blue Period is a good anime and worth watching if you are an artist at heart. 

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My Insecure Self – Blue Period Ep 12 Review 

As the stressful period of his life fades away, Yatora grapples with adapting to his new reality. This is a review and discussion for Blue Period Episode 12 Finale on Netflix.

Yatora Gets Sick– Blue Period Ep 11 Review 

Yatora’s body physically breaks down in a stairwell leading up to the second TUA exam. This is a review and discussion for Blue Period Episode 11 on Netflix.

Adaptability in Still Life -Blue Period Ep 5 & 6 Review

As tensions come to a head between rivals Yatora and Takahashi, the art students crack under the pressure of midterms. This is a review and discussion for Blue Period Episode 5 and 6 on Netflix.

A Feast of Art – Blue Period Ep 3 & 4 Review

Yatora learns the ins and outs of Art School, and gains a new rival in Takahashi. This is a review and discussion for Blue Period Episode 3 and 4 on Netflix.

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