>>24739>this isn't another Schoolgirl Strikers or Battle Girl Highschool
Mind you, I resent seeing those two put in the same basket. Schoolgirl Strikers was J.C. Staff's take on the stupid-and-aware-of-it, cute-girls-doing-cute-things-and-occasionally-fighting genre. They applied the Railgun recipe and overall produced a successful result, if not as memorable as Railgun itself. Battle Girl Highschool, on the other hand, I would describe as an attempt to artificially recreate an anime that's fun to watch. It seemed to have all the necessary ingredients, but it lacked that thing that makes it feel like the staff are having as much fun making it as you watching it. "Someone who gives a shit about their work" I think is what they call it.
I really really hope I didn't swap the names around because I'll look like an idiot then. Even for someone as opinionated as me they're easy to mix up, goddammit.
Toji no miko, I believe, is somewhere in between. It started out rather weak, but in later episodes it feels more like the staff are putting care into it, just clumsily so. From your post it seems like you're enjoying the greater emphasis it places on the plot compared to the other two. I didn't think the difference was big enough to appeal to a different audience.