So Mutta is a great character, and he can be hilarious at times. But really, at this point I’m starting to get bored. It’s already been nine episodes and Mutta still isn’t close to finishing the exam. The characters are great and so is the humor, but that alone isn’t going to carry the show.
When are they going to do something with the characters? There’s no conflict, and that is making me lose my interest in Space Brothers.
Continue reading Space Bros 09 — Very Little Happens
Ozzy must be a retired TV spokesman. The man knows how to tell a story!
I wonder if Ozzy is aware of Mutta’s history of giving headbutts? That small, critical detail makes it so that viewers who have seen Mutta’s previous headbutts actually believe the story at first. Continue reading Space Bros 08 — Seizing Luck
These metaphors are becoming a bit of a stretch.
Mutta’s character is well developed now, but it remains to be seen what they can do with it. Hopefully after Mutta saves the day from the evil man with the fire extinguisher due to his ridiculous attention to detail we can move on and get to the meat of this story. Continue reading Space Bros 07 — Rollin’ Like a Mutta
Mutta and Hibito bond, we see more of their brotherly rivalry, and Mutta continues to pay an abnormal attention to detail. Moving on, how was Space Brothers’ portrayal of Houston? (note: I’m originally from Texas, although not Houston)
[ACCURATE] People live in the suburbs.
[INACCURATE] People in the suburbs ride their bike to work. Continue reading Space Bros 05 — See America Right