Don't worry, /a/! The White Light Squad is here to protect all and won't allow Zvezda scum to achieve World domination!
I can't wait for Dva to mindbreak her into joining Zvezda.
They already failed though.
You shut your whore mouth. She'd never giving in to injustice.
Come at me bitch
How can you save the world without a loli? Everyone knows that without a loli at the helm there is nothing that you could possibly do.
The leader is actually a loli disguised as an old man's voice
Look at how much she enjoys hitting him. What sort of hero is into BDSM play?
Asuta already has this one in the bag, all he has to do is give one little push and Renge will be serving Venera-sama by his side.
But loli is justice.
The leader is actually Kate, who's setting up obstacles to make world conquest a more meaningful endeavour.
Kate has already conquered the world and is just playing around, she controls every government and religion.
her costume makes it look like she's got a hairy muff.
It gives me boners.
>>allowing Sosai-X to lead you
mfw this leads to something horrible later on.
Episode 2 was kinda crap.
Why do you say that?
Why? Sure, it's slower compared to the first episode, but it was a fun episode with all the charm of the first.
They really didn't do anything in terms of introducing the characters or saying what they're really all about. It was just 20 minutes to make a joke that she can't cook. Kate pretty much carried episode 1 and there was a lack of her in episode 2 so they either have to flesh out the other characters more and make them likable or have a ton of Kate screentime.
I like the Kururu clone the best so far.
It did introduce them, though. We've learned their names, as well as what they act like when they're off-duty. At least I think it gave us their names. Did we get them in the first episode?
Anyways, it also gave us information on their base and the kukuru and maybe a little on the "good guys."
I think we'll just have to disagree here, then. I think the episode did fine as a preliminary introduction to the Zvezda members, as well as giving a glimpse of of the heroes.
Maybe you were just expecting too much? It's not as though they're going to all be Hamlets and Macbeths in two episodes.
I liked the second episode. In fact, it made me certain I wouldn't drop the show unless things take a 180 and the shows turns to shit.
I felt like this episode did a fine job of expanding on the characters and making them more likable. To say nothing of the various tidbits dropped throughout the episode as far as plot/setting stuff goes.
The Soviets got to them first.
That fits nicely