"Prism Max ~Heisei Ishin Full HD Remaster Han~ (プリズムMAX ~平成維新フルHDリマスター版~)" by Somera Nonomoto (Sayaka Nakaya), Kukuru Nonomoto (Kaede Hondo), Shizuku Tendou (Rika Momokawa), & Ai Matsushima (Maria Naganawa)
First off, this is my first review and I'm only making this because I feel the score for this show is way to low.
This is a stupid anime. No, I mean it. It is one of the dumbest nonsensical things I have ever watched but that's what made it so damn funny! It was just nonsense and one liners everywhere. Half of the plot, (if you could call it that), was so stupid and random that I couldn't help laugh at just how bizarre it was.
But that's the point. They're 3 min episodes and the people who made it knew exactly what they wanted it to be, nonsensical humor with a thin shred of plot.
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Somera-chan is a magical girl anime that's not about magical girls. In fact, most of the time it's just a potpourri of random comedy. It's 2 minutes per episode and its funny as hell. Give it a shot. You might just like this off the wall unique adventure.
Also Somera is like the worst magical girl in magical girl history. And I love this for subverting all of my expectations.
Sure it may not be the prettiest anime, but it sure made me laugh more than anything else this season (discounting pity laughs).
The events of each episode are, for the most part, separate from the entire series as a whole. This works well, and each episode has its own jokes that are set up well enough to warrant a chuckle. I never burst out laughing, but I was definitely finding a lot of the comedy quite humorous.
Pretty good animation, although some of the proportions, during scenes that should have been fairly well proportioned, were off a little. No real complaints in this department, however.
Again, same as before, pretty basic stuff. Nothing out of the ordinary for a work that isn't trying to be anything special. The creators behind this knew exactly what they were doing and how far they wanted it to go. They're definitely comfortable with an average production.
No real character to comment on, but the general self-awareness of the characters within Fushigi na Somera-chan were pretty funny and enjoyable all around. Beyond that, there's not a lot to define each character from itself. This isn't a bad thing, but it could have been neat to see tropes used in a fun, comedic way.
Much more enjoyable than some of the other 3-minute anime's I've watched. This was pretty funny, although not the funniest thing I've seen within this medium. However, I could see myself recommending this work in particular to fans who want a quick laugh and don't have time to commit to 30 minute episodes.
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There isn't much to say about such a short, 3 minute anime, but I can say that it definitely wasn't what I expected when I read the summary.
I gave everything about this anime, as well as the overall rating a fair 6. Their really is no plot to judge, the art is so-so, and the humor is a mixture of weird and hit or miss. I can say I was entertained, but don't expect a laugh out loud kind of anime.
If you're looking for a quick anime to kill time, I'd recommend watching this one. It's odd and somewhat funny enough that it'll keep your attention but is nothing more or less than that.read more