Ryuuko enters a war against clothing with her sailor uniform at her side.
It’s good. Go watch it. Quite funny, will never leave you bored.
- Storytelling – A – Glorious. Funny, clever and stupid. It is a bit thematically inconsistent in that it builds up all this stuff thematically for the final message to simply be “Yeah! We’re awesome!” Not that that detracts from how entertaining it is.
- Voice – A – What other show is about fighting clothing? Everything involving Mako also helps to set this series apart and make it feel unique, even if many of the ideas behind it are quite similar to Gurren Lagann.
- Characters – B – From Satsuki to Nui to nudists to Mako, we’ve got quite a variety. All are insane but in their own distinctive way. Although somehow, I can’t say I ever formed much of an emotional attachment to the characters like I did in Gurren Lagann. For example, in Gurren Lagann, I was quite upset when the president (the kid they found in the cave, forget his name) turned against the old guard and imprisoned them. But when Ryuuko became possessed and turned evil, I was like “This is awesome! Evil Ryuuko is so much cooler than good Ryuuko! I hope she stays evil.” and I enjoyed watching her beat the crap out of Satsuki.
- Attention Grab – A – Never lost my interest.
- Production – A – Quite the unique visual style! Awesome fight scenes.
- Overall – A-
Recommendations – Gurren Lagann, Diebuster