No story but slightly more coherent than previous seasons. There are legitimately "slow" episodes, as far as Teekyuu can get. I still don't think any of it is genuinly good, and I think the fact that I don't remember a single plotline to the previous episodes in the show proves how much of a waste this is, but it's nice to boost my completed and sports tag count on graph.anime lol
Bad animation but it's intentional. Doesn't make it better, but at least there's some sense that the animators don't care but they don't care 'with love~~.'
Decent voice acting work and the music is alright I
guess but you can't really focus on any of it since it's all just flyin' by.
Like, 2 grams worth of character out of this whole season, and I guess the whole show since I don't remember anyone in this series. Holy crap why do I do this to myself.
I, quite literally, acquired a headache while watching this season. Good thing it's still early enough for me to take something.
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I honestly don't know what you guys are expecting, reading the reviews for the fourth season after three seasons of repetitiveness. If you enjoyed any of Teekyuu at this point, go ahead and watch this. It's pretty consistent throughout the seasons. If you didn't like Teekyuu, then I suggest that you don't watch this. It's probably not anything you want to see. It's pretty simple. Even though that's all pretty self-explanatory, let me put some stuff out there for people who marginally enjoyed the first few seasons and aren't sure whether to continue.
The story, art, sound, and characters are all pretty true to what
they have been in earlier seasons. There's nothing more to say about that. Not much has changed, except that the art seems to continuously get better, including the animation. The sound is a little clearer, and now there are sometimes arc episodes. There are some running gags instead of just regular randomness. I suggest you watch most of it one sitting if you want to catch some of the reoccurring jokes. That's pretty much all there is to it. :)