Hunting the dragon and makes dishes in each episode make me think it's totally inappropriate. 444, This story has been shared 437 times. Common Sense and other associated names and logos are trademarks of Common Sense Media, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (FEIN: 41-2024986). Basing an anime on that very real aspect of life is just as valid, if not more, than any other less objectionable themes. Review. The pilot does the world-building thing with ease, stirring our curiosity for the great majestic fauna at its heart, which are adorned with (probably delicious?) They hunt innocent creatures harmless as they say to humans just for the thrill and the enjoyment of ...eating. 'The Great British Baking Show' Broke All Our Hearts With that Lottie vs. Sura Elimination, Help! Nothing spells death of creativity like moral absolutism that I'm noticing so prevalent in a lot of these so called reviews. From equipment and clothing to the buildings, it all feels like it would exist in one space. But there is a marked difference between quickly and painlessly killing a cow (which is done by instantly deadening its brain)... and hunting down and slowly "executing" a whale. Mika and Takita visit the old tribal chief and give him the dragons skin which he has a pattern (each of which is unique) made out of them and it is then added to a sort of quilt of every dragon hunted. And it’s what drakers do. And that’s that. Story really is more of a slice of life about whalers on a ship if those whalers caught funky looking sky whales..er which I guess really is what this story is about. I Can't imagine what the purpose of this show is. Ethereal anime has hunting and fantasy violence; weak plot. Dragon's are not even real. Only once did a character kill a dragon only out of mercy, but then later on she declared to it’s baby, who she was caring for, “I’ll be back to kill you because that’s what I’m supposed to do.” What in the hell is wrong with this worthless series? I'm by no means a vegetarian. This is a bit different and original. The Worldbuilding is what contributes a lot to the score I'm giving it. As a show in and of itself, it's beautiful and creative, however it's clearly propaganda for whaling. You can feel the serenity of the world above the coulds, follow the action packed dragon hunting scenes and even get the urge to eat some nice food while watching them cook dragon meat. - 7/10. This is simply ridiculous; yes, Drifting Dragons is similar to whaling and it references it a lot, but it being propaganda? Links monetized by VigLinkCustom Code and Design by, Free Reyes, Netflix Review: The Bland Life of a CAGASTER OF AN INSECT CAGE, Review: Hell Hath No Bounds in CASTLEVANIA Season 3, Review: DOROHEDERO Brings High Quality Back to Netflix's Anime Section, Netflix Review: BNA: BRAND NEW ANIMAL Is the Same Leopard With New, Flashy Spots, Netflix Review: TRANSFORMERS: WAR FOR CYBERTRON Chapter 1 Is Held Back By The Past And Poor Choices, Netflix Review: Not Much In THE IDHUN CHRONICLES, Awesome New Trailer for THE MANDALORIAN Season 2, Badass Trailer for JIU JITSU – Nick Cage, Tony Jaa, and Frank Grillo Are Masters of Jiu Jitsu Battling an Alien, The Epic Battle Between Good and Evil Begins in Trailer for Stephen King's THE STAND, Teaser Trailer For Tom Hanks' Upcoming Western NEWS OF THE WORLD, Fantastic Trailer for Robert Zemeckis' Film Adaptation of THE WITCHES Coming to HBO Max, Netflix Is Developing a Live-Action CONAN THE BARBARIAN Series, Impressive Trailer For Netflix's Historical War Epic BARBARIANS, Sinister and Spooky Full Trailer for THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR, Great First Trailer and Poster for Marvel's WANDAVISION Disney+ Series.