Somebody chases Galileo’s descendants around and tries to kidnap them. Continue reading
Some guys sit around watching TV and then one of them gets beat up by some middle schoolers. Continue reading
Kids play with toys. Continue reading
I had very, very, very low expectations for this one given the title, but the first episode was pretty darn great.
The direction was top notch. They started off with this monologue about making choices, along the lines of a science show on TV, interviewing lots of random people saying that choices matter and showing a lengthy montage of people making choices throughout history. All while this epic music plays in the background. It was hilarious.
The premise itself is ridiculous: the main character is essentially in a visual novel, and sometimes “choice points” will pop up. All of the choices are terrible, and he has to pick the lesser of two evils. Continue reading
At first I was unimpressed. It felt like another bad romance show that happened to involve omnyouji.
But then the end of the episode… This girl shows up out of nowhere in this ridiculous outfit, licking a chocolate-covered banana. Then three CG cars with pigeon missile launchers appear and start firing her. The girl summons a giant CG robot, kicks ass, and gives the main character a big kiss in front of the girl that has a crush on him. Continue reading