Not sure what anime to watch this season? Well you're in luck because the GLORIO crew is back, watching all the bad shows so you don't have to! Read on for all the crowd sourced opinions and terrible, terrible puns you can handle as we tackle the Summer 2012 season.
Part 1 Kingdom Tari Tari La Storia Della Arcana Famiglia Humanity Has Declined Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse Chouyaku Hyakuninisshu: Uta Koi Yuru Yuri ♪♪ Binbougami Ga!
Part 2 Natsuyuki Rendevous Moyashimon Returns! Campione Love, Election & Chocolate One of Them Is My Younger Sister! Joshiraku Tanken Driland Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero So, I Can't Play H!
Part 3 Dog Days Season 2 Sword Art Online Kokoro Connect Horizon In the Middle of Nowhere Season 2 Moe Nobunaga Vol. 2 Lagrange: The Flower of Rin-ne Season 2 Fujoshi Club!
Kingdom Manga Adaptation by Studio Pierrot
Premise Two hot-blooded young orphans in Warring States Period China set out to become great war heroes. They quickly discover how difficult it will be to achieve their dream.
Jel's Thoughts I love me some history and an anime that takes a historical era somewhat seriously seems like a great idea, especially in light of the recent outbreak of moe gender swapped warlords. This show however, is a mess. The animation quality swings from passable to flat out bad, marred even further by a hilarious mix of traditional animation and CG. I could forgive the look of it, but then the dialogue is flat and flavorless and the directing often feels like a stiff in-game cut scene from an RPG.
Jel's Verdict?This Show Is History I really wish a better studio had taken on this project because the bit of history they chose to portray could make for a pretty fascinating series. Instead its dragged down by it's terrible production values. MOVE ALONG.
Lifesong's Thoughts History is cool, I love to see different intreptations of historic stuff in anime even when it gets a bit out of hand and turns King Arthur into a woman or reimagines hitler as pop idol. I just have fun with distortions of history in general I guess so I am always on the look out for the latest and greatest. So where did Kingdom land on my historic interpretations list?
Lifesong's Verdict?Already Ancient History The first episode was a double feature so I feel confident in saying this, this show is probably the worst anime I've ever previewed. The odd combination of animation techniques come across as stiff and looks like something you would expect from a late 90's RPG but that's not even the worst of it. The directing in this show.. the sequences of events that goes down is just executed in such an awful way. The presentation is just awful I really don't have much else to say about it beyond that. Don't waste your time on this one, you won't regret ignoring it completely.
Irothtin's Thoughts The Most Generic shonen anime that can't decide whether it's trying to be bad CG or just bad 2D animation. I guess the guy who was voicing the main character in Bleach really needed a new job voicing another boring shonen protagonist.
Irothtin's Verdict?Historically Bad This is among the worst anime I've ever seen. Avoid at all costs - if you must get your shonen fix, surely you can find something better.
Marlin's Thoughts The cg used in this is just insulting. Not just bad, insulting. Even if the writing was decent, which it’s not, it’s done such a disservice by the horrible clash that the cg has with the 2d backgrounds that it’s simply unforgivable.
Marlin's Verdict?My Kingdom for some Decent Animation Just trust me. Do not watch under any circumstances.
Tari Tari Anime Original by P.A. Works
Simulcast on Crunchyroll
Premise After nearly getting dropped from the Choir Club, Konatsu Miyamoto decides to FIGHT THE POWA and start a singing club of her own. She sets out to recruit four of her friends, each with their own challenges and dreams.
Jel's Thoughts I'm trying hard to avoid comparing this too much with Hanasaku Iroha but with the same key staff and an identical art style I just can't help it. They definitely have a similar flavor to them, but while HanaIro had it's own quirks that made it unique, Tari Tari seems to be a pretty plain vanilla slice of life drama. That's not to say the show won't eventually find a stronger identity, in fact I'm betting it will as the characters get a little more screen time and develop their personalities. I mean come on, any girl with a hat that stylish has got to have an interesting back story.
Jel's Verdict?Getting In Tune The first episode is a bit dull and the directing a little choppy but I feel like Tari Tari has potential for some great drama and feel good moments once it hits its stride. The big question will be how long it takes to get there. I'll give it a couple episodes to find out.
Lifesong's Thoughts Such a gorgeous show. PA Works makes some of the prettiest anime around and it really shows here. This kind of feels like K-On! if K-On! were a more serious drama.
Lifesong's Verdict?Enchantingly Melodic The music fits the mood so perfectly in this episode and the characters are oh so stylish. Usually characters wind up looking (at least in my opinion) rather bland in a schoolgirl anime but not here. I could see this going down hill but between the bit of plot established in episode one and the gorgeous productions values I'll be sticking around for more.
Dragonzigg's Thoughts I really rather enjoyed this which I wasn't expecting. It's got a slow, easygoing vibe that's very relaxing without being dull and gives you time to drink in the gorgeous scenery and lighting work. The characters feel likeable and their interactions are pleasingly natural and informal, bringing that much needed spark of life any show needs. There's a neat line in subtle humour too, such as the excessive politeness of the new student or Miyamoto accidentally waiting at the wrong door. Did I mention it's pretty too?
Dragonzigg's Verdict?Upbeat It may yet descend into typical slice of life sloth, but at the moment a lightness of touch and beautiful visuals help make it a cut above.
Irothtin's Thoughts Girl wants to sing, ropes in a bunch of other students to participate in her nefarious plans. And each one of them has their own subplot about their dramatic problems.
Irothtin's Verdict?Moderate Tempo This show has a pretty laid back vibe, and takes place in the same idyllic coastal Japanese town that half of all anime does (the other half is in Tokyo). I think it has a major lack of substance, but a lot of people enjoy that.
Marlin's Thoughts Oh the performance mistake. Almost everyone makes it sometime if they’ve ever played an instrument or sung in a group. It’s embarrassing, but never so bad that you get bitched out and demoted from the group for an entire year. Unfortunately for the mc, she goes to private school. I admit I like this kind of fight the power angle since initially it just sounded like it was going to be Hanasaku K-on. The mc and her suave as fuck rich-girl friend are holding the show by their own at the moment, and that can work, but I’m really hoping to see more from the other characters as the show builds on.
Marlin's Verdict?In Key I’ll admit that this isn’t one of my most favorite of the new season but it has promise and nomatter what you know that the rich girl is at least going to steal a few scenes with her repertoire of awesome styles.
Timmy's Thoughts Highschoolers doing highschoolish things: the anime. The first impression I got from this was K-On but with the artstyle of Hanasaku Iroha. Some pretty generic stuff seems to be going on here yet for some reason I find myself looking foward to more.
Timmy's Verdict?A Catchy Tune While far from perfect this seems to be one of those things that just clicks much like a tune for a commerical you find yourself humming along to. I enjoyed Hanasaku Iroha and, yes, while the artstyle is almost the same the similarites don't end there. Tari Tari is looking to have a similar slow pace that I thought worked quite well and I expect the characters to get a good fleshing out over the course of this show as that is really what I think this show is going to be about. Highschoolers dealing with all their highschoolish drama and problems. If you liked Hanasaku Iroha you will like this.
Aqua's Thoughts This ambiguous relationship between Tari Tari and Hanasaku Iroha is almost impossible not to talk about. Just like its predecessor, Tari Tari is absolutely gorgeous, living and breathing the same nostalgic sense of love for living that characterized the misadventures at the Kissuiso Inn. Its main cast can be almost entirely traced back to the characters from Hanasaku Iroha as well, yet overall I found Tari Tari’s cast to be a lot less obnoxious and overdramatic. The biggest ace Tari Tari has up its sleeve is the interaction between these characters, however. While the dialogue is far from memorable, the delivery and timing of the lines and the little animation quips that come with them are extraordinarily enthralling.
Aqua's Verdict?Easy Listening I was surprised that I ended up liking Tari Tari this much. While it is still very much a slice-of-life anime its engaging pacing, nostalgic vibe and inclination towards likeable characters make it something definitely worthy of festing up your lazy summer days.
Premise A group of very attractive young men in suits are part of a special organization that protects a fictional Mediterranean island. At the command of their leader, they must fight in a special duel for the hand of his daughter, the team's only female member. Oh and they have super powers based on Arcana or something.
Jel's Thoughts I'll admit this caught me off guard at first, instantly starting with an action scene and for the most part resembling a Shonen battle series more than an otome game adaptation. I really like the look of it as well, the art is full of clean, bold lines and character designs involving suits. But as the pretty boys' conversation devolved into bickering over our main heroine and a few longing gazes were cast, I was quickly reminded who this was meant for.
Jel's Verdict?And the Fan Girls Go Wild Clearly this show is out of my demographic and that's not necessarily a bad thing. I mean it does basically have the protagonist from Persona 3 so that's gotta count for something. But I don't see enough here to carry it beyond the good-looking dudes in suits so I'm moving on.
Lifesong's Thoughts If I didn't know better I would think this were a shonen. Lots of pretty boys here for sure but no implied surprise buttsex or dudes making out. Also the lead has some personality!
Lifesong's Verdict?Withholding Judgement I am cautiously optimistic, this is not at all what I've come to expect from Otome games. I am certainly not inside the target audience but, The first episode was actually a lot of fun. If this show continues to be fun once it's past the intro stuff I'll be sticking around.
Irothtin's Thoughts A mafia family hangs on an island and is basically a superhero team with tarot powers. The Don is retiring so all the dudes have to fight in a tournament so they can bang his daughter.
Irothtin's Verdict?As You Know... This show has the most blatant infodumps I've ever seen, and I've read Fate/Stay Night. Also, it is mostly boring. Pass.
Marlin's Thoughts Man you can just tell this comes from a story made for women. At least unlike most stories geared towards that otome genre, Arcana Famiglia actually has a lot of variance in their character designs. You got your generic pretty boys but at least not everyone is like that. I also like the idea of this arcane fight. In every shonen show I can think of my favorite moments were the tournament arcs. The idea of using tarot is interesting and I hope to see some really innovative takes on the arcane. Plus, doesn’t hurt that the only girl that actually is there is pretty hot.
Marlin's Verdict?Strength To Keep Going As long as this show pays off on the premise of interesting magic battles I can’t see me dropping it. Obviously we are going to have a love triangle between fool and death for lovers, but eh that’s really par for the course anyway.
Premise Humans are on the verge of extinction. Their only hope may rest with a young girl who acts as the liaison with the mysterious fairies, who seem to be thriving while mankind declines.
Jel's Thoughts WHAT JUST HAPPENED?! The premise of this show sounded weird as it was, but I was not prepared for this. The gorgeous soft art style, pastel colors and cute little fairy elf things are incredibly misleading as the episode quickly becomes a scathing commentary on everything wrong with society. The message gets a little heavy handed at times, but for the most part it's brilliant.
Jel's Verdict?Deliciously Subversive I'm a little concerned if this series will be able to keep up its message without beating it over our heads, not to mention it's going to be hard to top the shock value of the first episode. But they're off to a great start and I'm looking forward to seeing where it goes.
Lifesong's Thoughts Cute, demented and moe. What more could you want from an anime? Honestly the first episode wasn't even all that funny but, the blend of cute surreal satire worked a certain magic on me anyway that can really only be expressed by viewing this for yourself. Also, I absolutely love the OP.
Lifesong's Verdict?Potato-Dono Would Be Proud This show could easily become my favorite thing of the season if not the year if this first episode is any indication of what we can expect from the rest of the anime. This is one you really need to experience this season, even if you won't make it past episode one.
Dragonzigg's Thoughts This was a pleasant surprise, a show which appears on its surface to be a super cookie-cutter cute fantasy show that is instead something of a dark, ironic fable. I was constantly kept off balance as the show exerted a weird atmosphere that veered between bland, funny, sinister and straight up bizarre. Though the message it seems to be trying for is delivered a little bluntly at times, it nevertheless suceeds in being hugely intriguing, as well as delivering my favourite, crazed psychadelia. One to watch for sure.
Dragonzigg's Verdict?Bleeding Edge It's too early to say whether it's a clever show under a bland coating, or simply a bland show with a few subversive ideas, but it's different and that's good in my book.
Irothtin's Verdict?????????????????????????? Watch the first episode to its end and then judge for yourself, because I can't describe this show in words.
Marlin's Thoughts This is my favorite thing ever now. Idno why but the juxtaposition of normal mysterious human decline tropes with the fantastically crazy fairy people just hits all the right buttons. There’s so much to say but so little of it would not spoil you to the surprise of going into this show blind. Just trust me by the time you see seppanku with your own eyes, you will be sure whether this is the kind of humor for you.
Marlin's Verdict?Increasing Expectations After such a hilariously first episode I’m seeing good things coming out of this show. Great art, great writing, weird surrealist fairy people, what more do you want?
Timmy's Thoughts Um, what?
Timmy's Verdict?My Brain Hurts I think I need to go lie down.
Aqua's Thoughts Oh, hey, this is a bit like Aria, right? Nice world… Nice colours… Whoa, dancing opening! Best OP of the season! … Pretty boring though, and the citizens are just drop dead idiotic… Those fairies are cute. Hey, what's with that factory? It's like the dude is from another time? Now this is getting interesting… Oh, hello, bread robot. What is this, Soylent Green? That’s not how bread is made! … What are y-AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!
Aqua's Verdict?AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! This will be delicious if it keeps up its stunt from this week. Nice variation between scene setting, melancholy and SHEER HORROR in a beautiful setting. More of this, please.
Premise An alternate history Earth is slowly succumbing to a decades long alien invasion. Humans have developed special humanoid weapons known as TSFs to combat the threat, but continue to lose ground. Pushed to the brink, a young TSF pilot and member of Japan's Imperial Royal Guard prepares to enter the front lines.
Jel's Thoughts Having no previous knowledge of the Muv Luv universe I'm going into this with zero baggage. Based on it's own merits, it was pretty good. Initially I was a bit disappointed with the slow progress of the first episode but in retrospect I appreciate the time they took to build an impending sense of dread and desperation. The hard military edge juxtaposed against innocent school life has been done plenty of times before but so long as it keeps working I'm ok with it.
Jel's Verdict?Data Incomplete Not a lot to go on in the first episode and it ends on a cliffhanger, so I'll be in it for at least another episode before I can really pass judgement. If Total Eclipse can bring something new to the usual "horrors of war" mecha series I just may stick with it in the long run.
Lifesong's Thoughts Gunbuster: Starship Mecha the anime. That said I am okay with what this anime is. I love the plugsuits and uh I guess the mecha are cool as well. The first episode didn't really give us much to go on.
Lifesong's Verdict?Please Wait... Infodump In Progress I see a lot of room for this to become interesting. The build up was interesting enough that I want to watch more but not super exciting on it's own. I think it will be a few more episodes before I really have a pulse on what this anime is and if I want to keep watching but I'm optimistic at the very least.
Irothtin's Thoughts Alternate universe Japan where aliens are invading, so they have to train schoolgirls to pilot mecha and wear skintight plugsuits.
Irothtin's Verdict?Decent This first episode took all the cues from Gunbuster, which is good in some ways and bad in others. It made it seem incredibly derivative, which may be an unfair assessment this early into the show - I'll have to see another couple episodes to judge for sure.
Marlin's Thoughts I am a very lenient man. I’ve given way too much credit to shows that really aren’t that great. All last season Iro would be constantly frustrated every time I mentioned I actually found some enjoyment in the moe nothingfest that was Acchi Kocchi. While this show isn’t really bad, I just also didn’t find myself at all impressed. Maybe I’m burned out on buxom girls in body suits after Aquarion Evol ended and since we already have the second half of Lagrange this season that I was already looking forward to, Muv-Luv really didn’t do anything for me.
Marlin's Verdict?Low Morale I’ve been told it changes from what we’ve seen in this first episode though, so I will keep with it if only to help justify the sixty bucks I just spent on a yearly Crunchyroll subscription. Otherwise, this will be on the top of shows I will be dropping in the weeks to come.
Timmy's Thoughts Its been a while since I have seen such a dire setup in a anime before. Aliens have been raging across earth since the '70's and now in 1998 they have Japan backed into a corner. All the alternate history such as Japan not progressing culturally because of the war is presented great here and I am loving it. And with such a grim setup, everyone seems pretty expendable at this point so it will be interesting to see who out of the rookies is lucky enough to survive their first encounter with the enemy. The average lifespan after contact is said to be 8 minutes.
Timmy's Verdict?You will last much longer then 8 minutes. A great setup will no doubt pull you into this one as when this episode ended I was definitely craving for more. The premise and alternate history presented here is fantastic and I can't wait to see how this one will play out. If you like mechs, war, alien invasions, alternate history, cute girl pilots, or all of the above, this will be right up your alley.
Premise Classical Japanese poetry liberally re-imagined in anime form.
Jel's Thoughts I don't know anything about the poems this anime is based on and I get the impression that if I were an average Japanese adult I would at least know what they are. So that's one hurdle Uta Koi already has going for it. I can get past that as the two tales presented are pretty universal love stories, in fact I applaud the concept in theory. In practice however, this is a mess. Rather than highlight the beauty of the source material, this episode just got downright silly, marred even further by a cartoony art style and the most inappropriate OP and ED I've heard in some time.
Jel's Verdict?I Demand To Be Taken Seriously I love the idea and maybe I'd appreciate it more if I was familiar with its origins, but it's hard to appreciate the emotional impact of the material with such a lighthearted presentation. You'd probably be better off passing on the anime and looking up the poems instead.
Lifesong's Thoughts I've read bad eroge with better dialog than this. I didn't think anything would top the awful execution in Kingdom but oh was I wrong. Kingdom might be worse overall but this was so bad I don't even want to laugh at it.
Lifesong's Verdict?Awful Want haiku an'me?
Sengoku Collection sev'n.
Has your fix handy.
Irothtin's Thoughts Love poems adapted into an episodic anime format.
Irothtin's Verdict?Not Poetic Here I wrote a haiku about how bad this show is:
The plot of this show
Moves just like a bad hentai
Loose women are lame
Marlin's Thoughts I’ve never really understood Japanese poetry. Either way doesn’t help that this show sucked.
Marlin's Verdict?Poetry Slammed Oh how ironic
Despite story’s origin
No poetry found
Yuru Yuri ♪♪ Continuation of the Manga Adaptation by Dogakobo
Simulcast on Crunchyroll
Premise YURI YU LA LA LA LA YURI YURI
Lifesong's Thoughts What a great way to kick this series back off. The injokes are stong with this one. The opening and ending are great, maybe not as catchy as season one but they are growing on me fast.
Lifesong's Verdict?Brilliant Fluff Cute and clever, this show never fails to deliver the laughs. Sure it's more of the same from last season but that's exactly why I'm excited for it.
Dragonzigg's Thoughts There's nothing wrong with Yuruyuri. It's very competent cute girls doing cute things anime. I even laughed once or twice. There were a couple of clever jokes. None of that prevents this from being a giant, all consuming black hole of unoriginality, sucking in any inspiration, cleverness or pretense that this anything other than g rated otaku fap fodder. The stunning laziness of the writing is equalled only by the amazing creepiness of watching children flirt with each other for your amusement. It's the anime equivalent of junk food - it's acceptable while it lasts but the moment it ends you'll forget all about it.
Dragonzigg's Verdict?Huh? What? Wait, was I meant to be previewing something?
Irothtin's Thoughts I did not watch the first season of this anime and I think if I did I would have ended up in a mental institution.
Irothtin's Verdict?No This terrible anime featured a segment of a terrible anime within a terrible anime and please don't make me watch anymore for the love of God.
Marlin's Thoughts I actually went pretty far in the first season of YY, but it went into the class of show that I would drop in the middle of the season because there really was no investment keeping me tied to it. It was enjoyable somewhat, it had its weird lesbo shtick down pat and it was comfortable as a safe yuri parody. It always got awkward when I thought about how these characters are supposed to be 13-14 but I guess that’s just one of those things with certain anime where you have to not think about it too hard. There were some good jokes but it’s no Azumanga Daioh or anything.
Marlin's Verdict?Back To Old Tricks I might give another few episodes like I did last time it aired but if you didn’t like it before you probably won’t like it now and if you did like it then, more power to ya. Or lesbians. Both I guess.
Timmy's Thoughts So, uh, well... There are a bunch of girls. They like each other maybe a little too much. It is also quite funny.
Timmy's Verdict?It is the second season of YuruYuri. Chances are you know if you like this show already. It knows exactly what it is doing and it is pretty damn good at doing it. If you are anywhere near the fence, give the first ep of the first season a shot and go from there.
Aqua's Thoughts While I thoroughly enjoyed the first season of YuruYuri, I have to agree with Zigg. The first half of this season première was cheesy, idiotic, repetitive and even a bit grating, but the intentionally obnoxious execution and the way in which it reintroduced the characters and their quirks was a small stroke of genius. The second half, however, brought things down to earth and thus, mediocrity. Same old characters, same old jokes, and no attempt whatsoever to twist the same old tropes around a bit.
Aqua's Verdict?A Withered Lily? The first part was a step in the right direction, but the second part a recipe for disaster. More of the former, and less of the latter please, or else this second season will stand out even less than Akarin.
Binbougami Ga! Manga Adaptation by Sunrise
Availability Pending from Funimation
Premise The Gods of Misfortune turn their attention to a girl that is so lucky she drains the fortune out of people around her. One particular god is sent to balance her out and madness ensues.
Jel's Thoughts I should note that I was the only one in our last guide that enjoyed the parody fueled, coked-up assault on the senses that was the first episode of Nyaruko-san. That is probably a close approximation to tempo of the first episode of Bimbougami and I have to say I liked this as well. But while Nyaruko quickly withered in it's boring nonsense plot lines I feel like there's a little more to work with here. They did actually give us a few minutes of introspection to catch our breath at one point... at least until our main heroine suplexes her pursuing god and makes a run for it.
Jel's Verdict?Feelin' Lucky The odds may be stacked against me, but I'm gonna give this another episode. I do like insane comedies and so far this fits the bill.
Lifesong's Thoughts Wow, so much energy. This anime is an assult of anime references and crazy antics. This is one I would normally expect to stay in Japan but I guess Funimation thinks otherwise as they have lincensed it for streaming.
Lifesong's Verdict?Better Than Average Fortune So hey, I kind of enjoyed the first episode. I am reminded of Medaka Box only without the awful artstyle and mindnumbingly stupid but perfect heroine. This seems like the type of show I'll get tired of pretty fast but I enjoyed the first episode so I'm in for now.
Dragonzigg's Thoughts There's nothing really notable about this, if you don't count my inability to call it anything other than Cowboy Binbop. It's a pretty generic 'wacky' comedy where our big boobed (special care is made to note this aspect of her) is super lucky,so lucky in fact that an angry flat chested woman comes to take her luck away. It gets points for the occasional amusing wacked out ide, like the scene where someone surfs on a tidal wave of cats, but loses them for a rather tasteless twist which attempts an unearned emotional punch, and for adopting the Family Guy method of thinking making references to way better shows makes you funny.
Dragonzigg's Verdict?Hapless Unremarkable, occasionally funny, but nothing that's really worth yur time and effort here.
Irothtin's Thoughts A bimbo is super lucky and therefore a massive bitch. She has bitchventures while a Misfortune God tries to drain her luck.
Irothtin's Verdict?Unfortunate Rapid-fire "comedy" in the form of references and bouncing boobs - not my thing. At least the subbers had fun with it.
Marlin's Thoughts My Glorio brothers know I have a special place in my heart for the voice talents of Kana Hanazawa. The one she uses here I suppose is supposed to sound more mature than her genki voices like Nessa, but with enough energy that it’s not like her more reserved styles ala Kuroneko. It shows she does have some range, but just really doesn’t work for me. However, I doubt that’s really going to be a problem with anyone. To the actual meat of the show, I could see it going either way. This episode had some funny jokes, but it just seemed to lean a lot on fanservice right off the bat. It was also heavily entwined with a lot of the comedy, which is never a good sign.
Marlin's Verdict?Sure Full of Bimbos Alright While I would give this show two episodes, it’s still definitely an on the fence series. Something about its storytelling and writing just did not sit right with me.
Timmy's Thoughts I really wasn't expecting much of anything out of this show and had planned to skip it. I figured a comedy about a girl with big boobs would be full of rather crude jokes and was something I wouldn't miss. After hearing it was exceeding minimal expectations however, I figured what the hell and gave it a shot. Much to my suprise it turns out this is a generally funny and enjoyable show.
Timmy's Verdict?Fortune Smiles Upon This One Last season's Nyarko-san pingued my intrest but it quickly grew repetive with Nyarko trying to jump the MC every episode. Many of the Lovecraft jokes flying over my head didn't help its cause and I ended up not seeing it though. Binbougami Ga! seems to be cut from a similar piece of cloth but with a few key differences. For starters someone not trying to get into someone elses pants as a recurring joke is a definite plus, although boob jokes could replace this as an quaim if they get out of hand. Secondly most of the jokes and references I can actually pick up on and that no doubt helps quite a bit. If you enjoyed or maybe thought Nyarko-san could have been better or are just a fan of comidies in general give this one a shot.
Aqua's Thoughts Oh, um, hey. I actually liked this. Cheap 6-frames-per-second animation and loud gags give off the aura of something made in the early 2000s, but that might be more of a plus than a minus. After all, it is not that often we get to see a comedy anime that is not about perversion, let alone a comedy anime that is actually worth two cents. Will it remaining interesting throughout its entire run?
Aqua's Verdict?Why Did I Like This? It’s no clever, self-aware festival of wit but it is deliciously engaging. Somehow.
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