This is the story about peoples who can get inside other people’s minds and can control their memories. This power is used to erase mysteries and cases or, even worse, to assassinate. This power is strong enough to destroy people’s minds. However, it eats up the user’s own heart. To prevent it, chains are used to lock and protect each other weak and yet dangerous hearts. Growing with fear and disdain, they are consequently called a “Pet.”
This psychic anime Pet doesn’t make much sense in the 2nd episode than the first episode, but it does start to answer some questions of the situation like what is going on?. While traveling into a people’s mind, Hiroku turns into a goldfish, sometimes a full-blown fish and sometimes a nightmarish Animorphs. In the 2nd episode, the two Crushers doing their work of manipulation with the help manipulation of their roommate Kenji, the bartender who was the focused character in the previous episode. It’s like Inception, but with other logic than the Christopher Nolan’s game like an interpretation of Manipulated dreamscapes.
What is Pet anime about?
Pet is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Ranjo Miyake. Its anime television adaptation was premiered by Geno Studio, which premiered on January 6, 2020. The series was meant to be premier in October 2019 but got delayed to January 6, 2020. The series was directed by Takahiro Omori, who directed famous who directed anime like Durarara, Baccano, Hell Girl, and Hotarubi no Mori e.
This series is currently streaming worldwide by Amazon Prime. The opening song of the anime is Cho no Tobu Suiso (蝶の飛ぶ水槽) performed by TK from Ling tosite Sigure. This band is widely known for their song “Unravel” performed for the first opening of “Tokyo Ghoul.” The manga was originally serialized in Shogakukan’s Seinen manga magazine “Weekly Big Comic Spirits.” Five volumes of the remastered edition were published by Enterbrain in 2009.