Mar 30, 2018
[THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS]
(The Creation of the Plot)
In the beginning, Studio Bridge conceptualized Nanatsu no Bitoku; a spin-off from Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai. A mere concept that was without characters and a story; a deadline was looming over them, and Studio Bridge was strapped for time.
Then Studio Bridge realized and said, “Let there be seven cute and sexy angels,” and the animators drew them. Studio Bridge saw that the angels were cute and sexy, and separated the angels from the numerous male protagonists.
Studio Bridge called the angels, “Seven Heavenly Virtues ” and named them Michael (Faith), Uriel (Patience), Sariel (Kindness), Sandalphin (Diligence), Metatron
(Charity), Raphael (Temperance), and Gabriel (Chastity).
And the numerous male protagonists were called, “Faceless” because they lack everything, but a mouth. These were the characters—the first day.
Studio Bridge said, “Let the angels’ only personality be defined solely by the virtues they represent, and let their appearance, attitude, and ‘uniforms’ emphasize it. Let all the angels be devoid of any character development or backstory, and let them act cute and angelic, while flaunting their enormous, voluptuous breasts and asses. And let all the faceless male protagonists be devoid of any personality or personal backstory.” And Studio Bridge saw that the ‘Plot’ was good. These were the character’s personality and backstory—the second day.
And Studio Bridge said, “Let the ‘uniforms’, worn by the angels, have micro mini skirts or other undergarments exposing their thighs, loose blouses revealing lots of cleavage, and tight-fitting clothes without room for a bra. Let the angels’ enormous, voluptuous breasts and asses be exquisitely animated, and let their chibi versions be small and cute.” And it was so.
Then Studio Bridge said, “Let there be many still frames of unmoving people, background objects, and background locations and buildings, and let the camera shots focus on specific body parts like the breast, ass, or groin. Let the animators animate every individual jiggle, sway, jounce and wobble that the large and voluptuous breasts and asses undergo.” And Studio Bridge saw that the ‘Plot’ was good. These were art and animations—the third day.
And Studio Bridge said, “Let there be occasional sound effects each time a breast or ass jiggles, sways, jounce, or wobbles, let unremarkable background music set the mood and scenes, and let random sound effects reinforce the characters’ emotions and actions.” And it was so.
Then Studio Bridge said, “Let the voice acting be decent, and let the series have an unoriginal J-Pop ending song that features every angel wearing lingerie transparent sleepwear that displays them fully nude.” And Studio Bridge saw that the ‘Plot’ was good. These were the sound designs—the fourth day.
And Studio Bridge said, “Let the story be set in the same universe as Sin: Nanatsu no Taizai, however it shall follow the angel’s side and their quest to find a human to become the ‘true messiah’. And let the series contain ten 4 minute episodes and two bonus episodes.” And it was so. These were the story summary and number of episodes—the fifth day.
And Studio Bridge said, “Let the story be simplified and unimpressive, let it contain no action sequences, and no themes or overarching story arc. Let each episode contain one or two nude scenes and every other shot shall focus on either the ass, panty, or breast.” And Studio Bridge saw that the ‘Plot’ was good.
Then Studio Bridge said, “Let the episodes be standalone and involve an angel who loves to exercise and eat omelette rice, an angel who patiently holds her piss, an angel who devours sweets and other reduced-calorie foods, an angel who invents ridiculous robots, an angel who works as a nurse and gives sexual treatments, an angel who walks around wearing hotpants with a large hole exposing her ass while yelling orders and demands, and an angel who likes to spoil and coddle men with her ‘plot’ and ass. Let the angels ride a crowded train and let their ‘plot’ sway everywhere and let the angels make a training video.”
Studio Bridge saw all that they had created, and remarked that the ‘Plot’ was very good. These were the story episodes and details—the sixth day.
Thus, Nanatsu no Bitoku was completed in all its glory.
On the seventh day, Studio Bridge had finished their project, and on that day they relaxed from all their work. Then Studio Bridge viewed their work and admired it for what it was: a fanservice show; a show full of ‘Plot’.
Reviewer’s Rating: 2
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