Do Bad Endings Really "Ruin" Great Anime (Like Erased)?
The Release of Netflix's version of Erased got me thinking... can bad endings really wreck otherwise great stories on their own?
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In the depths of his Mother's Basement, Geoff Thew creates videos analyzing the storytelling techniques of anime and video games. He has been named the number one Worst YouTube Anime Reviewer by The Top Tens.