[CLOSED]Spring 2019 Clash of Unsupported Shows - Sarazanmai vs RobiHachi - Match 4
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Has a fun wacky them and the art style is very nice. The songs are catchy too.
"The first episode is a big shock but the irrationalism will start to make sense later. The way they portray the emotions is very original. Girls: there's some fujo material too."
"Its really no wonder that Ikuhara's show doesn't gather large audience. His shows are very unique and you need to read between lines and pay attention to lot of details to understand the plot and symbolism behind it, but its worth it."
"This show is really weird and I love it! Not sure if there is a deeper message or just random bullshit, but it's pretty damn entertaining nevertheless. Background information about the characters is recurrently being revealed in interesting ways, which repeatedly makes me change my perspective on them. Also, the animation is really slick and the insert songs are jams."
If crazy imagery and arm chair psychology is your thing, the wackiness of Sarazanmai will appeal to you. Personally, I really enjoy the deliberate pacing and persistent character development.
Welp it's a weird show, after a lot of episodic stuff this show recently finally get's into it's own.
"The first episode might trow you off a little bit but everything makes sense afterwards and for me is so interesting it has some deep stuff in it and I love that. Also the songs are catchy (at least for me) "
"A little repetitive imo but great symbolism and fleshed out characters."
It has been a while since I've seen a show like this. It is funny and entertaining. It shows that sci-fi can also have a good comedy dose."
The other "weird humor" show of the season, RobiHachi is more pure gags and entertainment. There's been a few references to the director's other works, so that's also fun.
Got a bit repetitive lately, but still realyl wacky comedy, with also likable characters and an off-beat approach to a buddy cop show.
Extremely underrated comedy that's pushed around by the likes of OPM which gives it a lot less popularity than it deserves.
"This is bombastic and funny in that overly kiddy way. It's an episodic kid's show through and through but it's a lot of fun to watch once you get into the meat of each episode's seemingly random themes. Despite not being a top of the line show, this is a perfect one for blindly enjoying in a simulcast with other people!"
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