Our hero is a pervert, and he says exactly what he’s thinking out loud. Apparently he’s also “kind” to girls. He meets a grim reaper who uses the power of disintegrating clothes to fight monsters.
You know what? This actually wasn’t that bad. It was completely perverted, but at least it was never boring. I really don’t ask for much in anime.
The main character’s comments are particularly amusing. Sometimes I’m laughing because it’s legitimately funny, usually I’m laughing because it’s so stupid, but regardless, I’m laughing. That’s much more than I can say of Who is Imouto and Asa Made Jugyou Chu. (Speaking of which, I thought that was a new series… apparently it’s just an OVA. My bad.) Now, it’s so perverted that I’m not sure I’ll continue watching it. But at least I was able to finish one episode and didn’t think it was a complete waste of time, even if it was distasteful.
They even throw in some interesting ideas. The main character is a pervert, but he isn’t ashamed of it and doesn’t try to hide it. Is that actually worse than the people who just hide their true selves?
My opinion? Of course not hiding it is worse! Ogling people isn’t objectively wrong in and of itself. It’s wrong because the recipients don’t like it. Those three girls who he pointed out the wet shirts of earlier in the episode were quite upset. And that’s why it’s better to hide it (although there, it may have been better to point it out more discreetly so they could change…).