Imagine you work for your countrys education department or whatever and are told you have to choose a magical girl anime to become required viewing for all students.
Which show do you choose?
If I was in Japan I'd do YuYuYu to inspire a new wave of fanatical nationalism in preparation for the next world war.
Otherwise just the gayest thing I can think of, for kicks.
just to give them all personality disorders
>why would you believe in justice, lol
Gen's degenerate thinking shouldn't be allowed anywhere near a school, his mindset gives us wussies in a world where true man sacrifice their lives everyday. That man deserves a free helicopter ride.
Doki Precure, if it's for schools. It might teach children not to be little cunts if they watch it at the right age.
Selfishness was a great way of creating monsters. The people who were turned were actually at fault, and the monsters acted the same way they did, but in an exaggerated manner. It's all about how silly and petty these feelings are.
Regina was also one of the best antagonists. She shows that people can't just be categorized as friends or enemies. Everyone thinks they are correct, noone thinks they are evil, and if you understand what drives them, you could make up instead of fighting.
Her plotline was also very good, even I enjoyed it, and I only came for the little girls.
Clearly as an intelligent government employee, I insist on watching all of them, determining they're inadequate, and having one commissioned that sends the proper message.
Turning into an adult is much better than only masquerading or firing pink lasers.
That won't solve the population problem, anon, it'd make it worse.
Start the viewing early, instill loli love values in the children at a young age.
>Thinks Madoka teaches a realistic depiction of entropy
I choose madoka because it is short enough to not waste to much of their time, has good enough action to keep the kids interested and I want to see a resurgence of headless Mami jokes in our schools. Which is kind of strange since Mami is mai waifu.
It being very short is a good reason. One episode a class plus a half hour or so of discussion, and it takes just over two weeks. About the length it takes to cover a short novel or play.
Even better, give out bookleg DVDs of each episode and force them to watch it at home. One whole class for discussion. This wouldn't even be viable for a two cour series with the way school work now, so there aren't many options.
People did chose the second one, poor fucks.
will he ever get his own show? Stan deserves success
Madoka of course, haven't you heard? Mami is basically classical literature tier.
Can boys be magical girls?
Asking for a friend
Only if they do not break character and are capable of playing it straight.
The actual correct answer is none because children don't like being told to do something, especially from an authority. They'll end up hating the whole genre.