Why do we have such a wimpy pushover (who randomly gropes people) butt into fights and discover a 'mysterious power' from nowhere? Goddamnit, can't we have him work for it? I'd like to see him crushed, fail in his first foolish attempt to jump into things - then work his ass of training through blood, sweat, and tears, instead of pulling it out of his ass. An epic, coming-of-age story full of gritty resolve and determination rather than some shitty fan-service fulled crap with no plot.
This isnt the dragon-ball series lol but i get your point lol
I really dislike shows with a lot of fan service in the trailers and when you watch the actual show the feminist crap is so bad you have to seriously consider if its worth it to finish watching. This stupid overconfident girl with an attitude problem gets herself into trouble and then the white knight comes in to rescue her from the consequences of her own poor decision. Earlier this show said that women aren’t helpless and weak, and then it contradicts itself by playing the “hitting a girl is wrong” card. How the hell was she even the winner when he interfered with the duel. What exactly did he mean by “fair”? Is it only fair when the woman has the upper hand? Is it only fair if it ends in male bashing? How is it fair if the fighting is only ok when it's female to male? Bill Burr said it best when he said “do you know how much of an ass I would be if it was socially unacceptable to hit me?”.
If you disagree with me please don't do the knee jerk reaction of calling me a misogynist. Instead attack my argument.
Since that was not enough, during the narration, the number of pantsu and fanservice, the authors han well thought abound with new entries in history, but what a beautiful thought you might say! Of course! XD
All that mess to get to explain what it means to Maken-Ki! ^ ^ "
Drawing a tad inadequate and plot a bit too diluted in fanservice.