Source vs. Adaptation: ERASED


I made a review of ERASED a while back (actually it was my first video!), but I recently got done reading the new chapters that chronicle what happens between the reveal of the killer and the ending of the story. So here’s my absolute final thoughts on ERASED and how you should consume the story.

ERASED is owned by Kei Sanbe, Tomohiko Itou and A1 Pictures.

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Songs used:
“You’re My Friend” – Yuki Kaijura



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Source vs. Adaptation: ERASED by The Art of Anime – February 12th, 2017