Cells at Work

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Anime title: Hataraku Saibou

Alternate titles: Cells at Work

Genres: Comedy, Shounen

 

Synopsis

According to a new study, the human body consists of approximately 37 trillion cells. These cells are hard at work every day in the world known as your body. Watch these cells do their jobs as you get to know them and yourself in this story portraying the lives of cells.

 

My opinion

The different ways in which Cells at Work depicts the concepts in Biology are creative and funny, in my opinion. The concepts are also explained in ways which I feel make them easy to understand. These factors make each episode an exciting, fresh watch. I found Cells at Work to be really action packed and that they knew how to transition between the comedy and seriousness well and at the right times. This made for a great balance of light-heartedness and intensity. I liked the characters and how they interacted with one another. I enjoyed the soundtracks in the show, especially Sensei Anone.

 

Additional remarks

Even though I think you would enjoy Cells at Work more if you like Biology, I would still recommend Cells at Work regardless of whether you like the subject. If you’re looking for action, cuteness, comedy, or even a bit of feels, do give Cells at Work a watch.

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2 thoughts on “Cells at Work

  1. This one was adorable and I really enjoyed watching it. It definitely reminded me about some things I hadn’t thought about since high school science and I learned a couple of new things as well, but even though it was clearly being education, it never lost sight of trying to be entertaining.

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