This is the last time I go anywhere near this anime.
— Since we last left off, Big Order has decided to be as trashy as possible.
You know what that means: skin and more skin.
Why are these girls either nude or in their underwear? Well, let me ask you this: why not?
— Eiji tells us that he can’t go back. He has to see this through to the end, and take over the world. Or he could, y’know, sacrifice himself and his non-sister in order to avoid going full Hitler. As they often say, no imouto is ever worth going full Hitler for.
— Yes, I know he isn’t going to turn into Hitler. It’s called hyperbole, people.
— But even if he did go full Hitler, it’d still be okay, because this universe is full of terrible, terrible people.
The prime minister has kidnapped family members of the Dazaifu Government Organization, and is now killing them one-by-one. Not horrible enough for you? Okay, how’s this? Their execution is being broadcasted to the entire world. There’s no way onlookers would stand for this atrocity, right? Well…
If we contrive a world in which the people are horrible monsters — and supposedly, they’re only this horrible thanks to the Great Destruction that Eiji is responsible for — then it’s perfectly justifiable to take over the world.
— Anyways, after a bunch of hostages have already died, Eiji finally comes up with a plan to save them all. Nice job, dude. This entire time, chess pieces are being moved about, chopped up, etc. How pretentious.
— The second half heavily involves Iyo, the miko with divining powers. The ribbon on her head is done up like bunny ears, and they kinda serve as antenna, I guess.
“That’s not so bad,” you might say, “It’s just a little silly.” Yeah, well, you ain’t seen nothing yet. No man is allowed to touch Iyo’s “bunny ears,” because if they do…
There’s no way Iyo’s being serious, right? Well…
No, the girl did not stuff a pillow under her clothes. Because Eiji wanted to touch her “bunny ears” so badly, he has now impregnated her. Big Order, everyone. Give a round of applause to possibly the worst show this season.
— Still not convinced? Alright, how ’bout this new character:
There’s a rock-related joke here somewhere… I swear, it’s just on the tip of my tongue…
— Still skeptical? Fine, here’s the coup de grace:
Yep, I’m done. I’m out. No mas.