Mysterious flying creatures known as Zai suddenly appear, and in order to fight the creatures, mankind creates fighter aircraft called "Daughters," as well as the automatic fighting mechanism "Anima," which are shaped like human girls. The story centers on a young man named Kei Narutani, who yearns to fly in the sky, and an Anima considered to be humanity's trump card, a girl name Gripen.
Colorful, fighter aircrafts known as “Daughters.” Hawt Japanese women. And a young boy, Kei Narutani, who arouses the “Anima” (young girls who are specifically designed to pilot the “Daughters”) because he’s the chosen MC for Girly Air Force. What else could you ask for?
“Anything but this garbage.” — Random MAL user
The world is under attack from a mysterious entity known as Zai (evil, advanced aircrafts), who have surpassed human technology and are considered, relatively, unstoppable. Except when the government employs “Anima” to combat the “invulnerable” foe. Because one of the “Anima” is defective, Kei is requested to spend time
— “awaken the sleeping beauty,” if you will — with Gripen (the defective “Anima” in question) and hang out around town; thus, changing the series from a tedious action-adventure to a banal slice-of-life.
Gripen exhibits the blank slate anime trope, where, besides her food preferences, she doesn’t have any thoughts, opinions, or knowledge of any societal norms. Hence her inane dialogue from time to time. Kei is your typical, prosaic main character, who holds an affinity to Gripen because it’s quite obvious the writers are laying the seeds for a possible romance. And with the “Race for Your Love” scene in episode three, where Kei furiously rode his bicycle toward Gripen after finding out she was made out of Xi parts. The affection between the two is, effectively, written on the wall. Making the series extremely dull, contrived, and a waste of time; unless you enjoy vibrant aircrafts and tired tropes.
Nothing better than girls with big guns! But it's nice to see them occasionally wield big firearms, too. Heh made a funny.
Girly Air Force is much like Girls Und Panzer on planes except not as good, its lacking the sports side of things and there are men in the story line too. By men, I mean Kei because he is the self-insert of this series and therefore perfect human being because this is based on a light novel.
As for the female casting, they are practically pure waifugame, but it's strong no doubt. Minghua cleans Kei's house like a good housewife, Gripen kisses our man before
even knowing his name, Eagle is blonde so everything is going well for her and Phantom is the biggest claim of this season. Or would be if anyone was watching this show. The girls are cute and that's undoubtedly one of the selling points of this show. Their names are obviously flawless and I shouldn't even have to point out why.
The OST is pretty fresh. Practically Darude feat. Code Speed Anime Trance. Sick beats you typically would only hear in an underground rave bar that's been concurred by weebs. Really enjoying the musics.
Outside the good female character design, the art is pretty neato. Plains wreck shit and the explosions are of ridiculous magnitude.
Watch this thing only if you like stupid anime because this is pretty stupid but it's the entertaining type of stupid.
It's first time I watched an airplane-themed anime series, so I was interested in making a review of this anime.
This series starts with a kiss from a princess captured inside a plane, joking maybe. Well, "Girly Air Force" tells the story that when the earth was attacked by an enemy who was not stalked Anima, this story focused on Narutani Kei who was on a boat trip there was an enemy attack when there was armed contact, a mysterious plane appeared, the plane turned out to be on the earth's side he was the Grippen girl from Anima.
This series has a story that is funny
and not too complicated, the graphic design and animation they offer are also good. The sound quality is also very good especially from the part of their voices that matches the characters they play, the opening and closing themes that they stretch too very good.
From the whole series it has a unique and convoluted storyline (like my review, joking) not all works are as good as what we expect sometimes what we imagine is not as good as expectations.
Don't read if you haven't watched any episode yet!
Nothing like an anime with a Rainbow air force, and to add to that, the colorful airplanes are girls, or humanoids if you put it, made from "Zai" parts.
The world is under attack and under grave danger as we know it. The PLAAF, People's Liberation Army Air Force, despite being one of the biggest Air Force in the world, were no match for the evil enemies, those enemies are advanced aircraft known as Zai. They are "evil" and know nothing but to bring about destruction. Beijing is taken and/or destroyed and several stragglers who survived
the initial onslaught were evacuating towards Japan. Then the convoy was ambushed and then a Brightly colored aircraft appeared out of nowhere, beat the Zai, and crashed for some reason. Our male protagonist here, let's call him Anon, jumps to save the "pilot" inside the brightly colored aircraft, the canopy opened and Anon-kun was kissed by the "Pilot". And so it begins.....
Art is Good, sound is good, characters, well, not so much, but if you don't mind the common tropes that we see in anime, then be my guess. But some of the character designs are fine though.
Don't judge, let me explain. I enjoy this anime 'cause somehow I found several moments funny, like for when the Zai beat the 7th Fleet in battle.(Not shown). If you don't take the plot, if there's any, seriously, then you might actually enjoy watching this show.
Overall, I'd say it's a 7/10
If you want to watch a love story between anon-kun and the airplane, then watch this anime! :)