The nerdy Techno Rejiro has lived in his nuclear bomb shelter all his life, monitoring the world outside -- a spectator to life, rather than a participant. One day, a mysterious girl named Hitomi stumbles upon his grounds, thereby opening the door to the real world, figuratively speaking. With his horde of unusual technological contraptions, he sets out to discover why this girl stirs unfamiliar feelings within him, though he might not have her full cooperation...
Let me start by saying that Don't Leave Me Alone Daisy has been one of worst and most disturbing anime I've watched. There is nothing remarkable about this show, neither the acting nor the animation. All the flaws there aside, the worst part is the plot and characters. The story features Techno, a boy who has grown up in a bomb shelter with his grandfather most of his life. One day he glances out and sees this girl, Hitomi (whom he dubs Daisy, much to her annoyance). Of course he begins to pursue her affection, although saying he forces himself on her would be more accurate. Just to be clear, I'm convinced Techno is psychotic (or at least socially inept to a level I can't even begin to comprehend). He believes he owns Daisy, he has a contract of ownership (I'm serious). In the first episode alone he nearly drowns the poor girl in a test tube to keep her away from the world. There's another student by the name of Yamakawa X, and the way Techno treats him will make you stare at your screen bothered. Perhaps I would have rated this better if Techno didn't disturb me as much as he did. This gets a 2/10. It's horrible. It's a waste of time watching it. But it's bad enough that you might actually end up watching it all the way through just to see how much worse it can get.