Here is a conversation I had with a friend earlier today –
BarryAllen: have you ever seen Club to Death Angel Dokuro Chan?
Me: i stopped watching Anime
Me: since the last Ghost in the Shell movie
Me: solid state society
Me: and a few Keroro episodes
BarryAllen: I guess you wouldn’t like it
BarryAllen: it’s really otakuish
BarryAllen: like Excel Saga
Me: im not surprised
Me: lucky star seems to be the in thing now
BarryAllen: it’s about this boy who’s going to grow up to invent a way to keep all the girls in world from growing beyond 12
BarryAllen: he’s doing this because he’s a pedophile
BarryAllen: so God sends an angel from the future to go kill him
BarryAllen: but she ends up living with him instead
BarryAllen: and she kills him at least twice per episode
Me: thats not a real premise
Me: you made that shit up
BarryAllen: i have the episode if you want it
BarryAllen: i think it might kill my bandwidth if i sent it to you though haha
BarryAllen: Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan tells the story of Sakura Kusakabe, a second-year junior high school student who sometime in the future is going to offend God by inadvertently inventing immortality. Women are affected so that they stop aging after the age of twelve and Sakura is accused of creating a “Pedophile’s World”.
Dokuro Mitsukai, a member of an order of angel assassins that are called Rurutie, has been sent from the future to kill him. Believing that Sakura can be redeemed, Dokuro decides instead to keep Sakura so occupied that he can never develop the immortality technology.
Due to her impulsive nature, however, she frequently kills him – with her gigantic spiked kanabo- (club) she has named Excalibolg – on a moment’s impulse, returning him to life moments later with angelic magic.
Sabato, another assassin of the Rurutie order who uses her feminine wiles to do her jobs, is dispatched to complete Dokuro’s original mission: Sakura’s assassination.
Me: this is so wrong