There. Now you’ve seen the one good moment of Triage X.
I would have dropped this if I wasn’t watching it with my friends at Classy. That made it nearly bearable, although not enjoyable by any stretch of the imagination.
The idea behind Triage X is kind of interesting. It features a squad of doctors turned assassins, the idea being that as doctors remove dangers to the body, they can also remove dangers from society.
The idea is noxious, but the authors don’t seem to realize that. Our heroic doctors are given a foil: doctors who do the exact same thing as them (go around murdering people), except for revenge, not justice. Or at least that’s what they say. They seem to be competing to murder the same people most of the time. So forgive me if I failed to see the difference.
The conclusion the show comes to, however, is that the good doctor murderers are good, and the bad doctor murderers are bad, because the good guys have friends.
Okay. Sure. Whatever.
Also, this is a fanservice show, and the breasts all look disgusting. So what’s even the point?
- Storytelling – F – Thematically disastrous, too many random characters.
- Voice – F – Big boobs. Way too big.
- Characters – F – Can’t remember a single name, didn’t care about anyone. The main character is Setsuna F. Seiei except even worse.
- Attention Grab – F – Finished up yesterday, couldn’t for the life of me recall anything from episode 8. I did watch it.
- Production – D – Not too impressive. That kickstand.
- Overall – F
Recommendations – Please don’t watch this.