You know, I have a rule in watching anime. It's called a "no drop" rule, wherein I won't drop any anime that I started to watch.
I watched Pupa, and bulldozed through it.
Watched Mars of Destruction, just laughed.
Skelter Heaven? Laughed once again.
I, however, was close to my breaking point here. I almost broke the rule in the frustration of watching anime. But I'm no pussy, oh no I'm not. I tread the most dangerous journey I have faced so far.
I can't even believe this anime exists. There is no SINGLE redeeming quality
about this anime. It didn't make me laugh, oh no it did not. It was so bad, that it deserves a negative rating.
I'm not sure what the writers and producers was on while creating this. What would they think the show would do? Did they think it would be a smash hit?
It definitely smashed my brain.
Abunai Sisters is the greatest example of an anime that should never be followed. What this show presents isn't even fanservice, I don't even know what it is!
As a filthy cave dwelling otaku male I do enjoy the physique of a woman, and anime, as a medium, is choke full of scantily dressed women in any manner of undress you could possibly want. However, Abunai Sisters is so terrifying that I never want to see a pair of breasts for as long as I live.
This show is not just bad, but offensively bad. Everything from the animation to the music to the voice acting is awful. I've been watching anime for the best part of four years now and I've come across a lot of shit but I think this show takes
the cake for the absolute worst anime I have ever seen and maybe the worst piece of media I have ever consumed too. Even worse than every single Nicki Minaj song...yeah we've sunk THAT low.
Produced by Production I-G, the same studio that brought us anime such as 'Ghost in the Shell' and 'Cromartie High School' brings us Abunai Sisters, a show in which two sisters named Whore 1 and Whore 2 solve various crimes and the such...I think. I mean, I get they're supposed to be detectives or secret agents or something stupid along those lines but everything is so nonsensical that it's hard to tell what is going on half the time. The entire show is made in 3-D which is some of the worst 3-D animation I have ever seen. The character models look like shit and everything feels clunky. The voices were fucking unbearable and every time I heard them speak, it felt like a chipmunk was put into a blender. If I ever have to hear the opening scream"AUUUBANIIII SISTERRRS!!" ever again I think I'll blow my fucking brains out.
The fan-service is fucking terrible and comes across more so terrifying if anything else. The boobs are constantly bouncing for no fucking reason and simply look like three basket balls lined up next to each other.Every single fucking joke is a reference to how 'sexy' they are or about their rather large breasts which comes across as distasteful since the designs are so unappealing. Imagine if a ninety year old woman was trying to parade her body around for you, believing she is sexy, and you essentially have the fan-service of this show: Awkward and uncomfortable. This terrible attempt at titilation and enticement of male viewership is pathetic and if someone actually becomes aroused at the sight of these women you need to get to a strip club at the next possible convenience.
This anime is AWFUL. Terrible narrative, boring characters who are just there for fan-service and, even then, they STILL fuck it up coupled with some of the worst CG animation around makes for one of the worst anime I've ever seen. No words can express the distaste I had in my mouth I had after watching this and no shortage of critique can express how bad this show actually is. I couldn't even have a laugh at it, like I could with other bad titles like 'Mars of Destruction'. Don't watch it. Curiosity killed the fucking cat!
“And God said, ‘Let there be Abunai Sisters’ and God saw that this anime was good,” – Genesis 4
Brothers and sisters of the Church, it is a beautiful Sunday morning and I, your good pastor, have a sermon for your eager ears. It is with the utmost pleasure that I say right now that I have unearthed an anime gem for you all, the most unique, the most dazzling, the most lustrous gem of all. Last Sunday, the Good Lord introduced me to Abunai Sisters and it has been nothing short of a blessing. I stand before you now, I who witnessed Abunai Sisters cure
blindness, fix marriages, increase IQ levels, improve social standings, reduce body fat, rescue endangered animals, and resurrect the dead, all in 30 minutes. Brothers and sisters, don’t you fall victim to the lies of these heretics, these sinners, these heathens that speak blasphemies against Abunai Sisters. They claim it’s garbage. They claim it’s frustrating. They claim it’s stupid. The truth is that Abunai Sisters is by far the greatest, most profound, most multidimensional anime of all time.
Thanks be to God for bringing this revolutionary work of art to fruition but I suppose we can give a morsel of appreciation to the Kano Sisters (Kyoko Kano and Mika Kano); it was them that serve as an inspiration for the anime. It was in 1997 that the duo first strolled into prestige with a feature in a high-class fashion magazine in Japan. From there, there were TV appearances, fashion seminars, autobiographies, the works (it was all wildly successful in Japan). Of course, the Kano Sisters were also responsible for the release of Abunai Sisters, which they created with Production I.G. in 2009. For both of them, the anime was indisputably the apex of their careers.
“A pretentious, showy life is an empty life; a plain and simple life is a full life,” – Proverbs 13:7
If there’s one thing that can be said about Abunai Sisters, it’s that the visuals don’t really bother with excessive details. It is the king of minimalism; no one accomplishes more with less quite like this anime. Most scenes unfold either inside the Sisters’ mansion or on the beach directly in front of it and yet both scenes are as realistic as possible. Never have I seen such a convincing portrayal of what our surroundings embody. In fact, it’s so realistic that you can touch every square inch of that luxurious mansion, sense the soothing breeze caress your skin, and hear the sand crunching beneath your feet as you walk. The marvelous animation in Abunai Sisters is the complete antithesis of Production I.G.’s standard style, they with their sloppy backgrounds and contemptible character designs. Abunai Sister’s visuals are undoubtedly the most stunning of them all.
“For Abunai Sisters gives wisdom; from this anime comes knowledge and understanding,” – Proverbs 2:6
May the Lord have mercy on those that claim this masterpiece is without acumen. It is Abunai Sisters that has revolutionized the very essence of understanding; it has redefined what it means to be intelligent. Those that are truly profound comprehend that flaunting your wisdom is en vogue. You must employ as much of your intricate vocabulary as possible, in such a conspicuous and ostentatious fashion that it’s inconceivable for the superfluous preponderance of the proletariat to illude you into postulating otherwise. There is nothing subtle about how Abunai Sisters displays its intellect because its overwhelming knowledge needn’t be subdued. Not only are there pop culture references galore (in particular, the homage to Spiderman’s Spidey Sense) but it’s also a deceptively simplistic satire of the modern celebrity lifestyle. “When in Rome, do what the Romans do” Abunai Sisters declares, siding with the social philosopher Theodor Adorno’s stance on enjoyment. According to Adorno (and Abunai Sisters), work and pleasure can occur at the same time. To this end, the Sisters in the anime have begun a reality TV show geared towards depicting the existence of the modern celebrity; it’s an endeavor that presumably costs them financially and yet they’re enjoying themselves while they’re filming. However, the show itself appears to be thoroughly bored by this; midway through each episode, elements of intrigue and fascination are introduced to generate entertainment value. The show not only playfully elbows the likes of the Kardashians but it’s also declaring that Hollywood’s A-listers should pursue a life of purpose and passion.
“Abunai Sisters is the same yesterday and today and forever,” – Hebrews 18:3
Contrary to common beliefs, consistency isn’t necessarily evil. There’s a sense of comfort, of familiarity, of ease that arises from the predictable. That said, the titular Sisters are models of consistency; their radiating benevolence, all-consuming charisma, and otherworldly intellect are fundamental, unchanging elements of their being. From the first episode, you can also see that Koko (the elder Sister) is assertive and extravagant while Mika (the younger one) is more innocent and subdued. Yes, the duo’s characterization is a bit static but it’s the spectacular amount of depth that redeems them. Not only do we observe the Sisters overcome obstacles with tactical brilliance that puts Sun Tzu to shame, not only do they resolve conflicts with empathy aplenty but the dialogue between the two Sisters is, by itself, worth the watch; the script writers that crafted those unforgettable exchanges are long overdue for an Emmy.
“Abunai Sisters does not stay angry forever but delights to show mercy,” – Micah 7:18
This anime not only excels in every category but it also establishes an entirely groundbreaking style while doing so. For example, Abunai Sisters completely transcends the 10-star system; its value, easily worth somewhere in the billions, far surpasses that of a measly ten. However, Abunai Sisters’ greatest quality is in its magnificent portrayal of the antagonists. Paparazzi Matsumoto, a lifelong fan of the Sisters, admired them for their poise from afar but always desired a chance to personally meet them. After embarking on a years-long journey across the globe, Paparazzi finally came across his role models at an awards show in Japan; however they, unnerved and disgusted by his unsavory appearance, scornfully rejected his offer for an interview. Infuriated by the Sisters’ blatant contempt, Paparazzi devolved into a vile misogynist, submitting to his vulgar appetites while plotting his revenge from afar. It was at this stage of his life that he encountered Madam Hokuroda. The pompous, self-absorbed stepmother of the Abunai Sisters, she was once a fabulous celebrity but her career as an actress was reduced to ashes due to her stepdaughters’ renown. By allying herself with Paparazzi (he who was as psychologically damaged by the Sisters as she was), Madam Hokuroda seeks to reclaim the prestige that was once hers while Paparazzi, fueled by revenge, longs for the return of his sanity. Over and over, they are foiled by the Sisters, humiliated and disgraced in increasingly degrading ways. And yet, what’s heartwarming about this is that, even in their circumstances, even with all of their flaws, Madam Hokuroda and Paparazzi ceaselessly march onward, continue their attempts at fulfilling their goals. What’s heartwarming is that the show admires the ambition of its antagonists, allowing them one opportunity after another to further realize their dreams. Such undeniable beauty cannot be found in any other work, animated or not.
“Turn to Abunai Sisters, so that your sins may be wiped out,” – Acts 3:19
Comparing anime titles to Abunai Sisters is an exercise in stupidity; it far outclasses the likes of Studio Ghibli’s works. Comparing “classic” films to Abunai Sisters is akin to an out-of-shape alcoholic running against Usain Bolt; do you really think Citizen Kane, Shawshank, and Pulp Fiction can even approach Abunai Sisters’ transcendence? Truly, this is an anime without equal. Friends, I was a sinner. I stole, I lied, I cheated, I plagiarized, and (worst of all) I trolled. Then, I watched Abunai Sisters and the anime cleansed my soul. Not only were all of my sins forgiven but the show opened my eyes into what true greatness is. Thanks to this anime (and its glorious OP), I am a changed man. Abunai Sisters is an enlightening experience, a colorful commentary on the human condition, an eloquent discourse on good and evil, an expert in minimalism, and a multi-genre epic, all at once. Abunai Sisters is, objectively speaking, an absolute masterpiece and it’s my job to spread the gospel of its everlasting glory. Brothers and sisters, I leave you with this:
“Come, let us bow down in worship; let us kneel before Abunai Sisters,” – Psalms 95:6
STORY: The Abunai Sisters, Koko and Mia go on a great adventure, which I have only seen 2/10 episodes of because the other 8 have been lost in the space time continuum. However in the 2 view able episodes Koko and Mia go to locations beyond imagination, such as a beach and a car. Koko and Mia are 2 boobylicious women who hold the booby gem, which makes people want to attack them. The 2 villains (a pervert and an old lady) try to steal the booby gem on this epic quest.
Art: The greatest 3d animation that Production I.G.
could produce (yes that is really who is behind this monstrosity).
Sound: The spy movie-like intro and voice acting are outstanding and astonishing.
Character: Koko and Mia have great personalitits and go through the epic journey of character development, boob size increase.
Enjoyment: I overall enjoyed the 6 minutes of this masterpiece I have watched, it is the epitome of animemes.
Verdict: 1/10 never watch this shit in your life okay I had to go see an optometrist and now have glasses due to shit fucking shithole.