This anime has some funny things. First of all, the character design goes by comedy master Kiyohiko Azuma (Azumanga Daioh!). It’s also brought to the U.S. by ADV.
It’s a simple plot: There’s a girl that is trying to get a lot of “flower stamps” so she can become a Magical Girl. But she’s not the only one; she’ll find many hardships ahead of her and allies as well as rivals. Pretty standard, but quite enjoyable.
Character design by Kiyohiko Azuma ensures a good quality in the animation. The main characters’ personalities are fastly rememberable, and the Costumes as well as the places where the action develops are bizarre yet cool enough.
SOUND AND MUSIC
Seikou Nagaoka is the one responsible for the audio art of this anime. It’s Opening Theme, Padudu Papadowa, is quite catchy and stays in your brain for some weeks, although it’s enjoyable. The BGM is filled with a good amount of “bass beats”, but aside from that, nothing really interesting, since it gets little fragments from the OP. I don’t really remember the ED. . .
Although this anime is 4 eps. long (plus the 3d special), it doesn’t really “end”; story develops to a point, then nothing happens? will Padudu reach her dream of becoming a Magical Girl? Might want to read the manga instead. . .
Besides that, its a good comedy series with a slice of WTF in your cereal plate. Totally recommendable for watching with some friends or alone. Watch after 11:30 p.m. to ensure an unforgettable audivisual ~Trip~(Don’t forget to hear the English Audio Commentary after finishing the series[It's way too hilarious to hear the dubbers talking nonsense about anything!]).
STORY: 6/10 diamonds
GRAPHICS: 9/10 diamonds
SOUND AND MUSIC: 7.5/10 diamonds
Final Rating: 7.5/10 Diamonds
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