I like talking about the complications, the underlying message, and the overall phenomenology of anime that I watch. But sometimes, I just have to put theory aside and say “this was good,” and leave it at that because I usually don’t. Well this is a series that was included in Ultra Super Anime Time’s first time block, alongside Miss Monochrome and Wooser’s Hand-to-Mouth Life. And unlike those reviews that I had done, I will acknowledge this one as simple and fun.
But let’s be honest: I will also be sharing a brief view of my criticism, to which you can laugh at and say “that’s just dumb!”