Zetsumetsu Kigu Shoujo: Amazing Twins
Hum… Right… Okay… Expected a little more. It was nice and amusing to watch but it’s certainly not something that I would see myself watching every week. I feel that they missed out on the balance here. Certain things just aren’t right.
The artwork is the strangest, I think. A lot of characters look pretty good. They look good and I would change very little, but then these “bad guys” appear and I feel unpleasantly surprised. These bad guys look so disturbingly cheap. It’s like they were created during by someone on crack. I saw dozens of points that I would like to have seen differently.
I don’t have a lot to say about the story. I’m actually interested. It’s the one thing that made me want to give it a try in the first place. So yeah, there’s very little that I would change about the story. Yes, there are a few things (certain characters whose personalities just don’t match) but that’s never going to change.
Do I recommend this? Hmm… Yeah, sure. It was pretty darn confusing and some of the characters were downright disappointing. But, and this may not sound very convincing, I think that this was pretty darn good for an OVA. I wouldn’t mind watching one or two more of these.
Plot Summary: Amane Todoroki is a young girl who is straightforward but also unthinking. She will try her very best in everything and say, “I don’t know how to answer you if you ask me whether this can be done. I just believe it can. If not, then nothing will get started!” She easily gets stuck in her thinking, but she can also get easily moved at something small and start crying.