Tanisu's parents are mad scientists who live outside of normal society. They locked up their own children up on an isolated island and did experiments on them in secret, turning Tanisu's older brother and three older sisters into strange creatures. One day, their parents were arrested, and the siblings were moved to another island by the welfare office. The trouble is that none of the siblings except Tanisu know how to interact in modern day society...
No satisfying ending, cliffhangers on episode 12. It basically says "Go read the manga" which doesn't constitute an excuse for an anime. Also logic is thrown out the window for the last two episodes. Characters are thrown into convenient positions with no explanation. Why is a main character hanging out on this pier during a typhoon? Shh! Don't question it. It's completely normal to have a nice tea on a pier during a typhoon. And wow he was in the right place at the right time to meet this other character isn't that great?! Also: "the boat is wet... they're still close..." THE BOAT IS ON A BEACH AND THERE WAS JUST A TYPHOON. OF COURSE IT'S WET YOU DEMENTED TWIG! It's a shame because this was doing so well but cutting down to 13 minute blocks probably killed opportunities for proper storytelling.
Ever think you've got the wierdest family? This anime will show you just how wrong you are. A group of genetically altered people find themselves living under the same roof, tryign to hid their abilites and co-exist with "regular" humans. "Normal" problems like unrequited love, one sided crushes, food etique, acceptable social behavior [from honorifics to public nudity] and basic manners are all rolled up in this anime. Looking for some comedy and a touch of lighthearted fun mixed with serious concerns about where you belong, how to get along, what makes people family, choices made that are either selfish or self-less and plain parental stupidity? give this a watch. The biggest complaint or concern about this is the short episode length and the overall short number of episodes that while moving the story along leave viewers with many questions and in a frenzy for another season or atleast an OVA or two.
The story is a about a family of misfits trying to live in the ordinary world. It tells about their own worries and struggles about trying to fit in and how they can sometimes overcome their fears and become the heros in their own lives. It also has a main theme of whether to trust people outside of the family. The characters are unique and together they make a wonderful story about trust and relationships with people. There is not much in romance, its more about friendships and family.
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