Jun 5, 2011
This episode, although it was technically taken from the manga, has major differences, even when compared to the regular anime. For starters, Ekaterina Kurae, also known as Katja, and Teresa Berea show uncharacteristically goofy faces and funny dispositions here, which never happens in the canon storyline. While easily decapitating the heads of her enemies in her calm state, in this episode, despite being very angry at the villain for saying that her chest is small multiple times over (like he is asking for it), which is, again, out of character for her, Kurae only handicaps everyone, destroying the top of the building they are in,
like a scene straight out of a kids' show.
Moreover, Sasha has apparently become a pervert who likes to chack out big breasts for research (Jiraiya much?) by peeping on girls changing, while the Human Firecracker prefers small boobs such as his daughter's. Furthermore, they, Martyr Sasha and the Gold Qwaser's right-hand man, the Qwaser of Natrium, also known as the Phoenix of Conviction, are easily caught off guard by a boobytrap (composed of a log, similar to the one Haruno Sakura from Naruto uses in the Forest of Death) which sends the two flying to the sky in a team-Rocket fashion.
Finally, the serious religious organization from the manga is portrayed here as just a fake breasts-detox society, led by a boob-crazed failed qwaser, of which element is never revealed, and Shiizaki Ruru, Ekaterina's "smart" classmate, turns out to be a horny slut, along with her mother, wanting her own tits to be sucked again by Katja in the end.
Like the show, this episode was ruined by excessive, I will not say "fan-service," because that is fine if done right, but comedy. I recommend giving the manga more priority, since this is one of the anime that is worse on television.
Reviewer’s Rating: 6
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