Machine-Doll wa Kizutsukanai
Ha! I knew it! I knew there was going to be an anime adaption ever since I started reading the manga. It’s funny, packed to the brim with action and best of all; it contains a lot of panty flashes and poorly dressed characters. Hooray!
Good artwork! It’s simple, short and honest. I don’t need to explain that Yaya is by far my favourite. Not just because she looks cute, because she’s funny or because she’s one of the two main characters. It’s because she’s Yaya.
Is there anyone that couldn’t like a story where cute girls fight each other in amazing scenarios, during which their clothes get destroyed and we get to see the aftermath? It’s the sort of stuff that puts a smile on every guy’s face.
Give it a shot. A serious shot. You’ll laugh, you’ll cheer, and you’ll probably masturbate if you haven’t got a girlfriend. I really think it’s worth your time.
Plot Summary: It is the early 20th century, and Raishin Akabane is a student puppeteer from Japan, who has come to the Walpurgis Royal Academy of Machine Arts in England to study the emerging field of Machinart: a combination of magic and technology with military applications. He is accompanied by a girl named Yaya, who is actually his Automaton: a living machine doll powered by magical circuits specialized in hand-to-hand combat. In the Academy, there is a combat tournament exclusive to the Top 100 students and their automata, to decide who shall be bestowed with the title of “Wiseman”, the greatest puppeteer.