Chinami and her friends have formed an organization called OZ, with the financial backing of the Kujo Group. Their goal is to peacefully integrate people with Type-E abilities into society, and oppose the Foundation, an organization which seeks to capture and control Type-E users for their own mysterious purposes.
Mission-E wears its heart on its sleeve. From the opening sequence, one sees female superhero figures with character models that appear to have been inspired by Bubblegum Crisis. The story reveals that these heroines don't just wear high-tech suits, they also have minor electricity-related superpowers, possibly inspired by the paper-related powers of Read Or Die.
The voices are decent, the art is pleasant, the story is well within the bounds of what one might expect of a superhero technothriller. The realism level seems to be about on par with an old James Bond movie.
The ending sequence is not as well-animated as the rest of the series, and starting at episode 3, the ending song is remixed to sound as if it had been sung by badly-programmed computers.
I plan to watch all available episodes. This is solid, crowd-pleasing entertainment. On the downside, I doubt that there will be any major innovations or artistic originality.read more
I watched "Code-E" first, it was meh romance with a bit of fantastics, so when i saw the poster with Chinami and some other girls in superhero suits, i almost laught thinking that it should be another stupid action.
But it turned out that the series are good and even better than the previous ones. In Code-E, Brinbergs' topic was the most stupid thing, but here you should enjoy parts where Melissa and Adol appear. It was an interesting step from comedy to drama.
One more interesting thing is how Ma-chan takes Chinami. Chinami is chatting, Maori silently looks at her and we understand how naive and careless our ex-protagonist is, and it even irritates.
Story is interesting, but there are still some points that are not clear even after watching all the episodes.
Art is ok but the colours are worse than in Code-E.
And there is action and fights in superhero suits, i don't like that sort of action, but maybe you'll enjoy it
Overall, 6/10 because it is not great but rather pleasant. Did you forget that 6 is a good mark too?read more