Not him, and I'm not saying it's easy to understand, but everything is very obviously not being revealed all at once. The scriptwriter is the guy behind 999 and Virtue's Last Reward, so I think we can expect to understand things the deeper we go.
We've gotten to know the characters a lot since we first saw them in episode one. All of them, too, not just one at a time. Everything feels like it has a purpose to me, like it's not really wasting much of its time.
Just give it some time, I'm sure it'll all make sense in a few episodes. The scriptwriter did say to watch until episode 6. I'm expecting something comparable to Samurai Flamenco, but who knows. Maybe it'll turn out to not matter and everything does end up being unexplained.
>Its a story of five (not so ordinary) young people who happen to live in the same apartment (for a reason?) and the asteroid that supposedly wiped out the dinosaurs will hit Earth in seven days. They find out what causes the doomsday and prevent the world from destruction.
It was okay when it was just "pantyshots: the anime" then they started trying to have a plot and it went to complete shit.
But of course since it's unpopular you get the hipster contrarians flocking to it and going on about how "It's a rich narrative being told in a unique style that plebeians like you wouldn't understand."
It had plot since episode 1, the bus scene proves that.
An asteroid is going hit the earth. It gets escalated when the ghost of some kid gets a nose erection. There are super heroes, secret organization and NSA envolved. Also some serial killings and a bear. Quite simple.
When will the washing machine be relevant?
I thought it was going to loose its weirdness/ridiculousness after the first episode and turn into a harem. But it's still going pretty nicely. Hopefully it wraps up well in the end.
Why is Uchikoshi pandering to otaku now?
I thought he hates writing for otakus, it surprises that even the plot and title is about panties.
I miss the old Uchikoshi
I don't get what MAPPA are trying to achieve with this show.
MC can't have a harem, he can't even talk with any of the girls due to being a ghost.
It didn't occur to you that maybe, just maybe, he actually enjoying what he's doing?
Just because you hate fun doesn't mean every other writer out there does.
Yeah, but I thought that they'll figure some how to make him interact with them and make them beg for his dick for saving them in the bus or something like that. Like those LN harems where the first episode is ridiculous and they go all out but then they have nothing left and loose their touch in favor of harem hijinks.
I have this feeling that MC doesn't exist in the same wordline as the girls. The rules of physics don't apply to spirit entities, right? It's kid of odd that the girls just don't care about him.
Punchline is totally different from your average animu, its refreshing. I like it.
(deceased) wasbest girl.