What does /a/ think of this?
Don't trust people named Hamdo.
Now here then there?
Very good, despite the protagonist's annoying morals
And who the fuck would want to raise a bunch of orphans at literally the end of the world when you have a fucking time machine?
Something to kill yourself to.
I still find the fact that he just fucking got on with his life after that infinitely entertaining.
Pretty good, but needs more explanation on the backstory.
>dat feel when Hamdo had to go crazy instead of having a great time with the best henchman ever
No it didn't. It gave just the right amount of information for us to understand who anyone was and what the stakes were. Maybe a prequel or something coulda done that, but the it would have left the original cluttered.
It doesn't hold back any punches and does it without much gore.
>rape, PTSD and pregnancy of a teenage girl
>kid soldiers and brainwashing to die for great leader
It honestly could've done without the magic angle, though.
hamdo was kinda crazy, though. it only occurred to him at the very end to you know, use the fucking machine and leave that world. why someone didn't just shoot him between the eyes and take over is beyond me.
sis did nothing wrong
Why are you asking "/a/"? There is no consensus, just fucking talk about the show.
it was pretty good but it ripped off of future boy Conan which is an awesome show. I definitely recommend downloading that one.
Could have been exceptional, but at times lays it on so thick that it becomes farcical.
Still good though.
>It gave just the right amount of information for us to understand who anyone was and what the stakes were.
It would be nice if someone briefly explained who Lalaru really is, and when humanity came into that position.
But i kinda agree, when your main theme is rape and degration of humanity, you don't need a backstory that much.