Choyoyu Review — F

Super-genius high schoolers go to another world and make the world a better place through pre-emptive nuclear strikes.

I knew from the start I would hate this, and yes, I did. But wow it was dumb.  It reminds me of Maoyuu Yuusha and the like, in the sense where it takes this view of history that modern people are so much better than our ancestors. If only some of us lived back then we would have used our knowledge to build democracies and cure disease and respect human rights. Of course this ignores the fact we haven’t really done any of these things in the present. It’s pure arrogance and lets people feel good about themselves and superior without doing squat. Jesus said it best:

‘Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you build the tombs of the prophets and decorate the graves of the righteous, and you say, “If we had lived in the days of our ancestors, we would not have taken part with them in shedding the blood of the prophets.” Thus you testify against yourselves that you are descendants of those who murdered the prophets. Fill up, then, the measure of your ancestors. You snakes, you brood of vipers! How can you escape being sentenced to hell?

The show is pro-colonialism and takes up this idea that superior people with superior technology need to bring the native people out of their backward ways and they ought to be grateful their betters will stoop to help them.

Additional things I take issue with: wow, the romance is awful. Why the fuck does anyone like this guy. It should be all the women with harems.

The advanced politicking is like how a teenager with chuunibyou imagines politics is like. Same with the science. And probably all the other geniuses too whose shit I know nothing about. The entire concept of a genius who can do everything by themselves is absurd and fuels this fantasy that people earn everything they have and are able to accomplish anything of significance without community based purely on their own merit.

  • Storytelling – F – Oh yeah, forgot to mention it was boring.
  • Voice – F – Generic fantasy world.
  • Characters – F – Awful.
  • Attention Grab – F – Nope.
  • Production – C – Looks okay.
  • Overall – F

Recommendations – Any other isekai where they don’t nuke people or abuse women (although the latter is not a problem here to be clear).

1 thought on “Choyoyu Review — F

  1. i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal fourteen year old boy named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan he lives with his mom dad his older brother and his younger sister he makes a wish on a asteroid or meteorite or a falling star or a comet his parents find a egg in a basket there is a note in the basket as well explaining this egg from a extraterrestrial life form they must take care of this egg and raise it as their own the egg hatches revealing a caterpillar or maggot or grub or larva or worm or parasite like thing it digs a hole in the ground and ends up traveling around the world it be starts eating animals and animals from around the world then it eats some non living things and then it eats people from around the world this creature absorbs genes from its prey it also eats flying insects and birds and absorbs their genes it learns to swim and eats animals and plants that live in water and absorbs their genes then it digs a hole in the ground it turns into a pupa or chrysalis or cocoon the alien creature also eats animals and plants that dwell underground before turning into a pupa chrysalis or cocoon inside the cocoon a giant humanoid baby forms the cocoon opens up and the giant humanoid intersex half human half animal half plant thing makes noises it is found by a scientist named Dr Thomas Goldsmith he raises the giant intersex half human half animal half plant half alien thing naming it project delta zero and later the name of Lynn Brooke Goldsmith we see Lynn Brooke Goldsmith is so huge it cannot wear clothes it also needs lots of food and water we see Lynn Brooke Goldsmith has animal like characteristics and plant like physiology and human physiology with both male and female parts we later see Lynn Brooke Goldsmith going to preschool kindergarten elementary school middle school or junior high school and high school like a normal person sort of but naked having animal physiology plant physiology human physiology and alien physiology all rolled into one we later see Lynne Brooke Goldsmith graduates high school it goes attend college or university the same one her foster dad went many years ago it is still naked it has gigantic huge large breasts and a big ass it is giant sized it is athletic and muscular we later see Lynne Brooke Goldsmith graduates from college or university with very good grades she later finds a large cave to call her new home it has modern amenities like a modern home or house but all made for her size she also meets a scientist named Dr Victoria Frankenstein and her assistant Igor Jekyll Hyde who lives in a mansion or castle they all become good friends she also has a friend named Tara who is a fashion designer she designs clothes and special undergarments for Lynne Brooke Goldsmith it is the first time she has worn clothes so she is very happy. we see Tara also designs special swimwear for Lynne Brooke Goldsmith to wear for the beach or pool or when in water in public.

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