If he sees underwear, humanity will be destroyed!? Yuuta Iridatsu is a high school student with a peculiar habit. When he sees a girl's panties, he gets so excited he faints! After a certain incident with a ghost cat, his soul gets separated from his body. Using his special powers, Yuta watches the daily lives of the inhabitants of an apartment and sometimes plays tricks on them. Eventually, Yuuta decides to unlock the secrets to why Earth will be destroyed and tries to save it!
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Brazilian High Kick
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Cute, quirky, and full of color. This anime is not only bright in color, it also shines bright for its characters. Though this anime may not be for everyone, I do recommend going in with a open mind and look past the Atypical Ecchi. This is a different spin on Ecchi that is far more creative in its "reveal" than other similar themed anime (pantsu). If you subtract the male lead and the foolish cat, then you see that this show has some really smart, strong female leads that remind me of the women in Princess Jellyfish.
At first it seems weird and non-sensicle but don't give up on it! This is one of the most well thought out animes I've watched in quite some time. Before you're even halfway through you see that there's a bigger picture. By the halfway mark things are beginning to add up. Then through the last half you get repeated exclamations of, "HOLY CRAP THAT MOMENT WAS IMPORTANT?!" and it's really hard to quit watching. I binged the whole thing with a friend and it had us on the edge of our seats. This also had one of the best fight scenes I know of. Characters took advantage of every opening they were given. No annoying monologue from the villian during the fight was a huge thumbs up!
It's amazing how many elements and themes they put into 12 episodes. Magical girl transformation, time travel, gender flipping, it's like a list of various Japanese otaku culture themes from previous anime series put together into one cohesive plot arc and small group of close characters. Every few episodes, I got surprised by the theme and genre shifts they did. Which was refreshing, new, and changed the feeling of the plot. The use of colors and music for comedy, in this series also appealed to me. The overall tone fits closer to Dog Days at the end and the end of Steins;Gate for the primary plot drive. NOITAMINA has done another great job with a new hybrid thematical presentation. The way they put this series together is well done. The introduction presents itself as one genre and begins to explain the pantsu power as if it was a shounen series. But it begins splitting pretty fast at episode 4-6. A nice innovative twist along with some mystery elements and thinking on the part of the audience, may unravel more plot elements. It strikes a good balance between not explaining everything and leaving enough things ambiguous for the reader to make intellectual interpretations.
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