CHARLOTTE ANIME NEW TAB – Offered by FreeAddon
Install my Charlotte New Tab Themes to enjoy the awesome HD wallpapers of Charlotte anime, everytime you open a new tab.
Tired of the standard new tab? Why not bringing Charlotte anime to your screen? Add our extension to Chrome and enjoy tons of Charlotte wallpapers in HD quality. You can shuffle all pics, or, shuffle your favorite Charlotte pics only. If you’re bored, why not select Slideshow option and enjoy a Charlotte wallpapers show. And the best part is: you can use this Charlotte Anime New Tab along with other free addon extensions!.
★ What can you get from my Charlotte Anime themes?
This Charlotte New Tab also provides quick navigation to your most visited sites, Chrome apps like Gmail, or having a quick look at To-do list. Other handy features like date time, weather temperature can also be shown on Charlotte anime theme if you need.
You can enjoy all these features (and more…) for free! Our Charlotte Anime New Tab does not include ads or any hidden catch! To uninstall, just right-click on the Charlotte icon and choose Remove from Chrome.
We hope you have a fun time with our Charlotte extension. And if you’re interested in other anime themes like Naruto, Dragon Ball Super, or Boku no Hero Academia, visit our homepage for more HD wallpapers and newtab themes: https://freeaddon.com/
– Charlotte (シャーロット Shārotto) is a 2015 Japanese anime television series produced by P.A.Works and Aniplex and directed by Yoshiyuki Asai. The anime aired 13 episodes in Japan between July 5 and September 27, 2015. An original video animation episode was released in March 2016. Two manga series are serialized in ASCII Media Works’ Dengeki G’s Comic. The story takes place in an alternate reality where a small percentage of children manifest superhuman abilities upon reaching puberty. A focus is placed on Yuu Otosaka, a high school boy who awakens the ability to temporarily possess others, which brings him to the attention of Nao Tomori, the student council president of a school founded as a haven for children with such abilities.
– The story was originally conceived by Jun Maeda, who also wrote the screenplay and composed some of the music, with original character design by Na-Ga. Both Maeda and Na-Ga are from the visual novel brand Key, and Charlotte is the second original anime series created by Key following Angel Beats! in 2010. Maeda had thought up the concept for Charlotte long before he was approached in early 2012 to work on another anime series after Angel Beats!. Maeda narrowed down the number of main characters compared to Angel Beats! and attempted to put more of a focus on their behavior. Instead of employing the same staff that had worked on Angel Beats!, the aim for Charlotte was to bring together a staff that would add a new variety to the creative process to prevent being influenced by the work done on Angel Beats!.
– Charlotte was praised for its unpredictability and evocative moments, but its pacing and structure have been criticized as inefficient. It has been described as approachable for a wide audience and for defying the “moe anime” stereotype. Although the comedic elements have been called dumb and corny, they have overall been lauded for offering some relief from the serious moments, which one reviewer likened to a palate cleanser. P.A.Works’ production was praised for its beautiful animation sequences and expressive cinematography.