Botan Ichige has just enrolled in St. Asmaria All-Girl's School where angels are said to live. It turns out that angels do indeed live there, and after an accident, an angel named Un offers Botan her halo as a snack. After eating it, Botan discovers it had some bizarre side-effects, causing her to regularly "give birth" to colorful mushrooms. Is this the life of an angel!?
Looking at the MAL page for Tenshi no Drop (Angel's Drop) and by reading the synopsis, one may believe this is just a short special about Loli-angels being cute, eating sweets, and fondling each other, and although some screen time is indeed spent in showing such activities, the bulk of this special will inevitably, more or less, blow your mind away, and forcibly pull the incredulous viewer through a sequence of baffling gags that may leave a sane individual either wondering about the mind which created this piece of animation, or cuddling up under his/her bed in paranoia.
There is not much to say about Angel's
Drop, partly because it clocks at under five minutes total of screen time (if you exclude the ending credits), and partly because honestly, spoiling anything about what happens would hurt the overall experience - and in any case, there is no actual depth to its components that needs critical analysis. Experience this at your risk, as I cannot assure you are going to enjoy this special, as it contains some of the weirdest and creepiest humour I've ever witnessed.
Well... that was... stupid. Not that i was expecting anything out of it considering it's score on this website.
Story (1/10): There is absolutely no story. Just a bunch of random crap happens. I was completely lost from start to finish.
Art (6/10): The art is actually decent. It isn't anything special and isn't incredibly well animated, but it actually doesn't look too bad.
Sound (4/10): Nothing special here either. Nothing good, but nothing completely abysmal.
Character (1/10): Do the characters have names? I don't even remember to be honest. These are some of the weakest characters you will ever see. They just did random crap for five minutes
and had zero development or likability.
Enjoyment (2/10): I'm being nice by giving this category a 2/10. It wasn't funny or interesting. I guess I chuckled at the fact I wasted five minutes of my life.
Overall (1.3/10): I'm sure there is worse out there, but that was pretty bad. I give it some points for having decent art, but that's about it. At least it's short? Glasslip feels like a good anime now.
Listen this is not a Joke but i put 10/10 but because i want everyone to understand this is not how make example and we need stupid shit like this to remind of what is good. I'm not even going to justify the bullet points because we all know whats wrong with it and if you legit like it your fucking dumb. If something as bad as this can exist the idk why people hate on shonen. Seriously this shit had a manga and some actually took the time to animate it and get voice actors to do it. ( the poor souls who
most like forced at gunpoint to voice act for this bull shit)
Story: LOL - 1/10
Art: Not bad tbh - 4/10
Music: Blek - 1/10
Character: LOL - 1/10
Enjoyment: Fucking none. - 1/10
Overall: Don't watch this shit - 1/10
Watch This show to make your current animes much better
Well that was... a thing. It was a thing right? I'm pretty sure it was a thing, not an amazing thing but it wasn't the worst thing that I have ever seen.
I could never see this turning into a full series, the premise is just too stupid to make anybody want a sequel episode to this. But as I said it wasn't the worst thing I've seen. Anime like Skelter Heaven even out stay their welcome even at the short 14 minute time. Tenshi no Drop is only 5 minutes long and it's not the least visually pleasing series on the planet. In fact the
visuals, and by that I mean the art style is done in this stereotypical shojo style using a more moe character design. The animation is very fluid (no pun intended) and it's kind of sad that this amount of effort went into a series that is so filled to the brim with bad and horribly obvious jokes.
So what are the characters. A "proper" girl who doesn't like what's happening to her named Botan (the only reason I remember this is because they say her name like 20 times in 5 minutes). A perverted red head. An angel. A girl who may or may not have a rapeplay fetish. And the other girl with nothing special about her. It's too many characters for a single 5 minute episode without a sequel.
The story is also non existent, i mean we have 5 minutes so that's forgivable. Though it seemed to try to tell a story which it told very poorly. I mean this seems like some sort of independent anime that had a decent animation budget and a development team of people constantly tripping balls, but that's what made it enjoyable for me, the plot is so stupid that it makes you think that the people behind it didn't want you to take it seriously. I mean who would write a 5 minute skit about little girls giving birth to giant colorful mushrooms (not hentai) and expect another human being to take it seriously as a work of art. It's like expecting somebody to take the entirety of Pani Poni Dash seriously, though Pani Poni Dash is a well written balls to the walls comedy, and Tenshi no Drop is not. So after all that I really did enjoy this, as a sort of guilty pleasure. That just means that I can see that everything is wrong with this series's plot and move on.
Age Rating: 17+, for adult themes used in jokes such as rape and childbirth (god that sounded better in my head than out loud)
Overall Rating: 3/10
The art is decent enough and the music isn't bad, just cliched.