Cells at Work Series Review: They Are The Cutest Anthropomorphic Blood Cells You’ve Ever Seen

Cells at Work Episode 7

There was no denying that Cells at Work made a splash last season with its cute and boppy opening song, adorable cast of characters (including the unbeatable-in-the-cute-department platelets), and its weird mix of education and entertainment. This was an anime that caught a lot of the community by surprise and week after week it primarily delivered solid fun and cuteness.

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Cells at Work Episode 13: It’s Not Over Until It Is Over

Cells at Work, Episode 13 - Platelet

Things are getting hot this week in Cells at Work as the body face dehydration and heat stroke. However, in amongst all the sweaty red blood cells and adorable platelets, how was the actual episode?

Cells at Work Episode 12: Red Gets a Kohai – And It’s the End of the World

Things are getting hot this week in Cells at Work as the body face dehydration and heat stroke. However, in amongst all the sweaty red blood cells and adorable platelets, how was the actual episode?

Cells at Work Episode 11: This Episode is Hot

Cells at Work Episode 11

Things are getting hot this week in Cells at Work as the body face dehydration and heat stroke. However, in amongst all the sweaty red blood cells and adorable platelets, how was the actual episode?

Cells at Work Episode 10: Back To Formula

Cells at Work - Episode 10 - Red Blood Cell

For an episode that was largely a copy of an earlier crisis, Cells at Work still managed to bring its A Game, give us a enough new information that it didn't feel like a waste, and it was just great fun. Well I admitted last week that I like Cells at Work the most when … Continue reading Cells at Work Episode 10: Back To Formula

Cells at Work Episode 9: Do I Admit Now I’m Only Watching for the Cute?

Cells at Work Episode 9 T Cells

Despite a fairly decent story presented about two characters who have been involved since the beginning, I had absolutely zero interest with my only moment where I felt myself getting that little boost of joy came from a platelet appearance right before the closing credits.

Cells at Work Episode 8: Be Your Best You

Cells at Work hasn't exactly been subtle in its messaging of hard work, serving the community, and fulfilling your assigned role in life, but that doesn't mean it hasn't been fun.

Cells at Work Episode 7: Born To Die

Cells at Work Episode 7

Despite enjoying this episode, part of me couldn't help but wonder if perhaps this was a missed opportunity to go further. Then again, watching the impact of cancer that had already taken off in the body would probably be a little traumatising so maybe it is just as well we stuck with the body dealing … Continue reading Cells at Work Episode 7: Born To Die

Cells at Work Episode 6: The Cute Before The Storm

Cells at Work Episode 6

The first half of this episode is an adorable walk down memory lane for Red Blood Cell. Then the episode takes a turn for the darker leaving us on a To Be Continued note that suggests next week is going to be pretty intense. Cells at Work remains consistently aware of its role as both entertainment and education.

Cells at Work Episode 5: Maybe They Should Rewrite The Manual?

Cells at Work Episode 5 - Memory Cell Freak Out

After establishing last week that every cell had an individual role to play and their own strengths and weaknesses, this week we see what happens when those cells get a little over-zealous about their work as they battle an invasion by pollen. It begins like a disaster movie with a vaguely sepia tone over the … Continue reading Cells at Work Episode 5: Maybe They Should Rewrite The Manual?