Damn, this has Silver Link written all over it, but I forgot that their B team is too busy doing "I'm a Fucking Loser Who Can't Do My Job, so I Dream of Being a Gary Stu With a Loli Harem, Instead" this season.
Anyway, the synopsis gave me a serious case of deja vu. Didn't another LN with the exact same premise get an anime less than a year ago?
This seems kinda bad.
>>23961>Didn't another LN with the exact same premise get an anime less than a year ago?
I think so, clockwork something or other, I didn't bother with that one past the first episode.
I doubt I'll even remember this when it finishes airing, but I'll always have a soft spot for cute robot girls. As long as they girls are cute I'll be happy.
Gee, Roboko, how come your mom lets you have FOUR eyebrows?
Gotta fill in all that fivehead space with something.
I thought this was an anime about the Beatles until I saw the extra ‘s’
Beatles S, it's awkwardly kerned, but recognizable.
Sailormoon went with that same sequel naming scheme once.
I think it's just the classic "first episode is very action-oriented, second episode is the exposition". We saw an almost comically strong use of it with Tanya's anime last Winter (I think), where the first episode was an amazing fight but the second episode was literally all talk.
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True enough but it felt like it was intended to be, like, a breather or something. That or it was just a changed order. Like in Youjo Senki the whole reason the second episode was the exposition is because the first episode was actually the middle-end of volume 1, and the second episode was the lead up in the light novel, which works fine for LNs but since you're watching an anime they needed to make something that 'caught' you as quickly as possible.