Easily one of the most anticipated animes ever, and really promising after watching 3 episodes.
Too many plot holes, contradictions, totally anti-climactic dumb speeches, underdeveloped concepts. Proceeding through suggestion and not developing ideas are two different things, and I think Imaishi kind of messed up with this one.
His previous works had strong ideas brilliantly conveyed through his blend between raw over-the-top energy and parodic/absurd/erotic humour.
TTGL was all about a philosophical manifest for reason and moderation in mankind's progress, plus nekketsu applied to what one must endure to become an adult. It helped me a lot to go through one of my best friends' bereavement, and outpass
my fear of death.
Panty & Stocking, on the contrary, was a gigantic troll addressed to 'Murica that tends to promote heavily broadcasted vulgarity though they act as though they were sent by God. I hardly burst in laughter because of an anime, but it totally worked with this one.
Kill La Kill stands somewhere between these two extremes, trying to deal with sin, purity, fashion, etc. but never achieves to tie it all together coherently. I'll give this anime a 6 because it is exciting to watch (the action sequences were REALLY good), but I can't give it more because when the series come to an end, there clearly lacks something that encourages you to watch it again. I can't even figure how painful it would be to watch all episodes in a row.