Kiznaiver got pretty exposition-happy this week, but fortunately the dull Kizna project material didn’t manage to overwhelm the strong personal stuff. Kiznaiver’s cast is established well enough that at this point, simply letting portions of the main group spend time together creates new texture through their evolving relationships. It’s a pretty crucial point for an interiority-happy character drama to achieve, so I’m glad Kiznaiver’s on schedule. The show remains messy, but a messy articulation of a great thing is still a lot of fun.
You can check out my full review over at ANN. I watched this one straight through, so NO NOTES FOR YOU.