One of these days, instead of a review of this terrible show, I’m just going to post a picture of my face when I have to watch it. It would be more than enough.
The evil dude with the terrible sense of fashion is talking to token white-haired dude (Cassim?) explaining that they are getting ready to raid the city. The plan is to attack from underground and on the walls at the same time; how exciting. Meanwhile, underground, a giant stone golem is about to punch the assassin girl’s tits, as she’s just sitting there staring. Her battle skills seems to be gone now that Taichi is there to save her, and yeah there he is, he’s stopped a huge golem with one hand, oh god I am actually laughing; somebody send help. Not only that, but suddenly he’s gotten his player mode on, making her blush, and referring to himself keeping her awake all night long (in reference to her line from the previous episode). The shot to which this is being said, is literally a shot of rotating tits. Having mopped up my puke from the floor, I come back to the show where naturally the golem has been defeated, so I’m guessing I haven’t missed much. There’s some obscure corridor showing up by the wall where two twins are sitting on top of a bunch of red jellyfish. Their names are Milo and Melo, and even though this could be an extremely high context reference to Greek mythology, I’m pretty sure it’s not. Or if it is one, it’s too sloppy for me to even go into depth with it. Anyway, the kids introduce themselves and I’m assuming they consider themselves to be strong. I’m pretty sure Taichi is gonna kick their ass in due time, since this whole show is about how amazing he is; no, really.
Back in the guild, Myura and Rin are informing the guild master that a bunch of monsters are about to attach the city. He decides to issue an official order for all the adventurers to show up and defend the city. It is profoundly uninteresting. Lemiya shows up, appropriately dressed for battle as usual, wearing a black cloak on top of her underwear.
Back underground, Milo and Melon are threatening to release goblin into the city, with the intention to rape women until the break. No, I’m not even making this up. This is what two young female characters in the show said, acting all childish. I honestly thing the person who wrote this stupid light novel needs a therapist, not an audience. He seems to be repeating the whole helpless rape concept a bit too much.
The goblins wake up and they’re about to attack Taichi and his assassin friend who’s dressed as if she’s going ballroom dancing, so naturally she pisses off and lets him do all the manly battling. Taichi cuts and slices goblins while assassin girl stand meekly in the background – why the hell is she even there??). The twins lose control of the goblins and (guess what!) Taichi saves them right before they get goblin-raped or something. I hate to say it, but I would have totally let them die. We get another reference to the keep you up all night line. I just can’t.
In the guild, everyone else is talking strategy. Rin says she has an idea she’d like to try. She’s going to make a steam bomb. It’s super effective and phenomenally anticlimactic. She basically won the whole battle on her own. The rest of the army runs out to chop up what’s left. Taichi also arrives on the scene to offer his support. He also saves RIn’s life just as she’s about to confess her feelings for him before dying.
It’s only Episode 6
I genuinely hate this show.
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Isekai Cheat Magician
Summer 2019 | Anime Info | Simulcast