When you're working through a show with 70+ episodes, it's tempting to grab the remote and hit the fast-forward button during the long opening and ending sequences. However, there are some outro themes that are just too good to skip.
Far from throwaway, anime themes don't get enough credit for all that they bring to a series. The best anime outros help to underscore especially intense ending sequences, as a familiar medley can provide viewers with a cathartic release of tension.
While a good anime outro can't fix a bad show, it can serve to set the general tone of a series, and may even stay engrained in viewers' heads for years to come.
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