And here, ladies and gentlemen, is the anime I would like to call "Double Standards."
When a shounen (supporting) lead in anime gets physically hurt by a chick, nobody pays any mind to it. It's "played for lulz," considered "ha-ha funny," and "you should shut up about it, you troll."
But when a shounen physically hurts a chick or more, and it's played for the lulz and "ha-ha funny;" then "it's not really funny at all." Because, you know. The Japanese animu industry makes more of the former and rarely focuses on the latter.
Which is sad. Juuden-chan is one of the more original
anime I've saw in two decades. And that's saying a lot. Also, the upskirt panty-shots just make the show go down a bit smoother; despite how ridiculous it can get. I'm surprised that nobody had licensed and dubbed this yet.
Seriously, though. If societies could be judged by the themes of their cartoons and Japan allows its anime industry to create works like "MM!", Kodomo no Jikan, Girls Bravo, and even the Clannad franchise; then there's no hope for that country and its people. Nevermind us in the West with Family Guy and South Park.
Curious as to why? well... you will have to stay tuned next week--just kidding!
Alas, life is worth living people say. Is that true always? i have heard good arguments for both situations. Well, the creator of this anime provides an answer and not only that provides an additional one. His or her line of thinking is that no matter how strong you are to be strong you must be weak at some point. If one has ever been negatively impacted strongly before it can take a while to recover emotionally even then it still won't go all away. cue in
the charger girls. Rising to the feat is their job to speed your path into possible greatness. Sure, by law they boost you but it takes a human to find a flaw. Which causes an unexpected greater benefit. What is that flaw? you will have to find out i am not telling :(P.
What i will say is the idea of hidden aliens aiding us in our time of need might be actually true. Ever do a 160 out of nowhere mood wise? ever hear an inner-log voice relay a message that you immediately grasped that upon further review you might not have personally thought if forced too?
I could tickle your fancy but i think you would strongly prefer i let the cute girls do it for you. Alas, i do have one regret i must say. I find my self lost in logical track of mind every time i think back to the joys this anime brought me. This is how i know it was good. Where even though the story has ended i can still see it playing.
At first, from the first part of it, It was so confusing. The whole concept of 'charger girls.' which made me a little iffy to continue, but by episode 2 you quite learn to understand what it is.
I found my self...CAPTURED... by the flow, and movement they did. Even the little 'mini' series inside the one that one of the characters comes to adore. I found the drama kept me on the edge of my seat a bit that made me angry when the next one wasn't up on the place I watch it at.
Over all I was VERY pleased with this anime, which,
in all honesty, is hard for me to say, because I'm very picky about anime.
This is not for children or people who don't like depressing moments, or anime that sucks you in. Because, believe me, it did to me.
I was prepared to hate this show based on the trailer(s). How blind I was.
This show takes place in our world. In in this world we humans are helped everyday apparently, by people from a parallel world, from a organization dedicated to "charging up" depressed individuals. Why? We don't know yet. We can't see them, but a special young man encounters one of our heroines, with a baseball bat.
ECCHI. Most assuredly not for kids, or those sensitive about abuse of women.
After watching 7 episodes now, I have to say I'm almost impressed. Well animated, with few QUALITY moments. Gratiutous ecchi, as per Ditama!!!
orgasm induced urination due to blunt force trauma to the head.
The characters are cute and moderately will fleshed out in the story. The mini eps of the magical girl in most every ep are hillarious and a homage to bad hentai, or good hentai, whatever that is.
The story is still developing at this point. We have meet genki girl, tsundere girl, imouto and life long freind of the male lead and a mysterious youngster.
All fairly common.We've had some expository eps *nothing earth shattering story wise* and a few eps dedicated to pure fan service. They make me giggle. Now we are moving into the "srs bznz" arc.
I'm not totally down with our hero beating down the 2 main female leads, Plug and Arresta, with a bat *among others*. To be fair, it sems to cause no harm, other than a minor bump and uh...post orgasmic cleanup. But, DITAMA!!!
If you like DITAMA!!!, large amounts of ecchi, an over the top plot and did I mention the skin suits? Juude-chan might be up your alley