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Fujinuma Satoru is a struggling manga artist who has the ability to turn back time and prevent deaths. When his mother is killed he turns back time to solve the mystery, but ends up back in elementary school, just before the disappearance of his classmate Hinazuki Kayo.
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Whenever a tragedy is about to happen, Satoru gets sent back several minutes before the accident occurs. What's pretty crazy is as a 29-year-old, while being wrongfully accused of murdering someone very close to him, he is fact, sent back 18 years in the past as a 10 year old. He still has a mind of a 29-year-old and he's a small young child with other young children. I found this show to be incredibly intense, and felt a great amount of care for the characters. I recommend this series, it's good stuff.
I wouldn't claim that Erased was the best thriller, or mystery, anime out there. I don't usually watch those genres, and I'm sure that people who do would pick a show that more closely adheres to the expectations of said genres. Erased doesn't bother with coming up with multiple suspects, or with obscuring the stakes. You know from the beginning that the lead is being sent back in time to prevent a string of child murders, and that the murderer almost has to be someone that they all know and who the community wouldn't suspect (ironically meaning that the nicer someone is, the more... read more
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