Samurai Flamenco, Punch Line Recommendations

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Do you enjoy plots that seem to be all over the place, with lore that doesn't make sense and supernatural elements that are never fully explained? Samurai Flamenco and Punchline have all of these. Both of these series have their own shortcomings, but with their wild-ride plots, manage to be entertaining regardless.
report Recommended by Neko-Hoshishima
as others have said, both have irregular plot developments. the main difference is that punchline starts out with an outrageous plotline that by the end makes complete sense or in the very least is logically coherent whereas opposingly, samurai flamenco starts out with a strong plotline which out of nowhere jumps the shark - seriously, in a later episode in ten minutes samurai flamenco universe's logic gets slapped across the face. samurai flamenco tries to make sense out of the ridiculous situation it makes mid-season, but not as effectively as punchline was able to pull off.
report Recommended by Oniikami
"Samurai Flamenco" and "Punchline" are comedic series with very over-the-top action as well as themes that surround a group of odd individuals who have gotten themselves in something far larger than them. Both shows involve crime fighting, supernatural elements, and random plot twists that leave one confused. They also contain plentiful references of Japanese pop culture.
report Recommended by StevenHu
Odd story development. Splendid female character(s). Somewhat more put together than SF, but nevertheless exciting.
report Recommended by romikna_