|At long Last!|
So things happen.
On the bright side, it was fun seeing Raul fight with a ruler. Plus, the action wasn’t that bad, and the reveal that the heroes could have killed the Demon Lord at any time was pretty cool. It shows this has gone for a long time now. Plus, Raul Slash.
On the downside, we have one skipped fight (which really wasn’t that important) and a fight with All-A. Not that the fight was bad or anything, but it was kind of a waste. All-A has a legitimate grievance against demons, but it is quickly swept under the carpet because Phino is nice.
What about the evil demons if there are any? Who takes care of those?
A flaw of the show is that it solves the problems too easily. It pushes too hard for one side.
|Well, would you look at that?|
Okay, hands up, who was actually surprised here when the manager showed she was powerful?
No one? Good.
It was obvious. She had the character type written all over her face.
Really, it would have been better if she hadn’t been secretly powerful. Plus, she apparently knew all this stuff beforehand.
The hero I want to be
|Wrong Season sadly|
Okay this kind of fails.
It’s kind of passable as far as reasoning goes, but it suffers from one vital flaw.
It aired on the same season as Samurai Flamenco, which pulled the “heroes of everyday life” way better.
I am sorry but being a regular citizen is not the same thing as being a hero, and just because you end up liking your job at the store does not mean you’re actually being a hero there.
You want to be a hero? Go out there and fight jay walkers. Come on Raul. You always could have done that, but you kind of gave up.
As it is, it’s just justification for why he will return to the store.
Come on, there’s an evil organization! There’s worker abuse on monsters! Be a hero and destroy all those things!