Kill la Kill
Ruthless, very ruthless. So I, an innocent and loyal viewer of anime, am not allowed to forget that Japanese minds are behind all anime? Seriously, add a tentacle rape scene to the first episode and you end up with a textbook example of Japanese entertainment.
Please, look past the slapstick-style artwork. You’ll actually see a neat piece here. It may not look like much at first, but it’s very easy on the eyes. I probably won’t write about it, but I could definitely watch twelve episodes.
Those familiar with my reviews know that I care greatly for unique and interesting stories. Well, I’m pretty sure that this is as unique as it gets. Is it interesting, too? Yes. I don’t think we’ll have to worry about too much training scenes. It’s all about powerful uniforms.
Do I recommend it? Sure. It’s an action-filled comedy that will get you laughing sometimes. I suppose ecchi fans, based on what I’ve seen during the last half of the first episode, will probably like this one just as well.
Plot Summary: Ryuuko Matoi carries a large weapon shaped like half of a pair of scissors. She’s looking for the woman with the other half, who killed her father. Satsuki Kiryuuin, student council president of Honnouji Academy, is said to know the woman’s identity, so Ryuuko transfers there. Those who arrive at the school receive a special “reverse uniform,” and Satsuki has used that power to rule the school in fear.