Well, that's a bit over the top. But it is very beautiful and extremely visually inventive. Many images in episode four were just entrancing.
The plot, characters, music, and visual and dramatic rhythms are pretty special, too. In my opinion, director OONUMA Shin continues to outdo his master, SHINBO Akiyuki.
This post is just about the images. There are dozens of great ones. Here are five (click to enlarge):
For a complete summary and more images, see the Subculture Anime Blog.
For another beautiful fall anime -- of a completely different kind -- check out Kurozuka.