A bunch of clone sisters meet someone with amnesia and they search for water together while fighting evil robots.
This was pretty damn weird. And I mean that in the most complimentary way. It’s reminiscent of the director’s other major work, Kemono Friends, in that it explores a unique post-apocalyptic world. And once again, the setting is fabulous. The animation is clunky but I love it. I especially love Wakaba’s reactions and facial expressions. Mainly the one where he goes “Waaaaaah!!!!” and waves his hands around. Adorable.
This work is more mature and isn’t intended for children. It was kind of dark, actually. For that reason, I felt it didn’t jibe as well with the art style and goofy comedic parts as well as Kemono Friends did. I also felt the plot was quite complex, perhaps more than necessary, to the extent that I had trouble following things at times.
Still, overall, a very enjoyable show!
- Storytelling – B – Good but confusing at times.
- Voice – A – Cool setting!
- Characters – B – I liked them!
- Attention Grab – B – Kept my interest!
- Production – B – Terrible but I loved it?
- Overall – B