This show reminds me very much of Moyori no Mori, which I thought would be dark and phychological, but turned out to be a typical child-has-supernatural-power-in-the-forest show. It also reminds me of Pokemon - especially the incredibly cute Touda baby (awww!) Truthfully, I don't like the fantasy genre, so this may not have been as disappointing if I did. Hamana Takayuki (director of the also disappointing Chocolate Underground, and Prince of Tennis.) was the one calling the shots in this production. I don't understand it - you see, he directed Library War also, which I loved so much. Maybe he's suited better in the Josei genre. I don't know
Seeing as my opinion is low and the fact that there are 50 episodes, I won't be watching this. Although, I think kids would like it - if they don't care about reading subtitles. I'm sure the little ones in Japan are enjoying it more.
Nothing. Even the battle scene at the beginning was calm and bloodless. And eventless. Some mild "emotional intensity," nothing a modern-day child couldn't handle.
By the way, this is the art of the manga: