Laid-back veteran detective Doug teams up with rookie recruit Kirill, who's eager to work but not very good at his job! When they team up, the best (and worst) partners, the double Deckers, are born!
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While Double Decker! took longer to grab me than Tiger & Bunny did, I immediately saw much of what I liked in Tiger & Bunny present in this show. Colorful and downright exuberant character designs, with even the more somber characters visually striking. A world which felt flushed out without having to tell you everything at the get go. And, while the emphasis is largely on Kirill in the first three episodes, a solid cast of characters.
I'm glad I stuck with it long enough to get to the ensemble and see Kirill starting to grow up a little. The plot really picked up in episode five, and I hope to see it pay off as time goes by. Tiger & Bunny astounded me in its ability to turn around and suddenly shift into a really well-written plot, so I have my fingers crossed for this one.
(Note: Written as of episode 8)