This was a huge surprise for me. I thought for sure that I was going to dislike this because of that main character, the alien professor. I thought it was going to be childish and cheap, but it was actually pretty good. I also heard that there’s a special that aired last year. I missed that one.
The artwork was surprisingly good. It is quite detailed and the characters, including that yellow alien, look great. I could not call it childish at all. It’s nice, filled with action and there’s a part of me that actually hopes that the alien survives.
The story is equally good. It is very interesting, it is unique and it looks very, very promising. I have always been a sucker for stories that feature an overpowered main character. I always have been and always will be.
I, being surprising myself, do recommend this. I really enjoyed the first episode and I think the remaining twenty-one episodes will be just as good (if not better).
Plot Summary: One day, the moon exploded, leaving it in a perpetual crescent-moon shape. The creature who claims responsibility for the destruction also claims it will destroy the world in March of next year. With powers beyond human comprehension, no military can stand against it. Yet, for some reason, it chooses to take up occupancy as a teacher in the worst class of Kunugigaoka Middle School. The fate of the world rests in the hands of its students, as they have until graduation to figure out how to murder their teacher and collect ten billion yen for saving the world.