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Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku 56

(My face today, March 19th, upon realizing that I didn’t write a post for this day, March 14th:)

So, seeing as last post was merely a reintroduction to the whole Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku series, I think it’s time to clarify some shit.

I was right in waiting until the whole dust settled around the big (?) MAL controversy over whether part two of Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku was a new series or not. You remember my whole tirade (see: last post) about sequels and not knowing what they are, right? Turns out somebody created a new series on MAL (creatively titled ‘Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku: Part 2’) for (as you’d expect) Part 2. However, due to widespread confusion and the fact that this really wasn’t a new series, that MAL series is now deleted, and the ‘original’ Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku (which is now the only Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku) is listed as an ‘Publishing’ series, rather than as ‘Completed’.

Moral of the story?

I AM ALWAYS FUCKING RIGHT.

What was I right about?

Uh…

(My face five days ago, March 14th, upon realizing that a new chapter of Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku came out on March 6th:)

While last post recapitulated the events of the first forty-eight-odd chapters, this post will recapitulate the events of the last eight-odd chapters. Now that the Former Prime Minister of Japan, Koizumi Junichiro, has passed away while fighting space Nazis on the moon (note: the Nazis didn’t kill him, the lack of air did), Japan is in a major mahjong recession, having not even mahjong power to mahjong their mahjong mahjongs.

Thus, Ishiba Shigeru, the Minister of Defence, commissions several military men to form the 13th Autonomous Mahjong Corps under the tutelag of instructor… Sugimura Taizou. Yes, that Taizou, the wimp who never survived a single battle, who wet his pants at the sight of the ‘great’ George Bush. Too bad George Bush, Jr. really was great; unfortunately, I guess Mudazumo Naki Kaikaku doesn’t want to show international politics anymore. It’d be interesting to see their take on the 9/11 attacks, as well as Obama or Santorum playing. Actually, never mind for that last guy…

Anyways, the 13th Autonomous Mahjong Corps are entirely consisted of military men – no military women, no political men, just military men. They are the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force’s (that is to say, boats) Captain Sanada, the Japan Ground Self-Defence Force’s (paratroopers) Master Sargent Okumura, and the Japanese Defence Ministry’s Technical Research and Development Institute’s Technical Officer Inui – or, JDMTRDITO Inui, for short. Not very short, is that.

I wonder if other Autonomous Mahjong Corps are entirely consisted of say, politicians, or office workers, or bureaucrats, or company presidents, or mafia bosses, or CEOs, or miners, or minors. Unfortunately, the only Autonomous Mahjong Corps we’ve seen so far is the 13th, and that’s them. I’d love to see, say, DAVID SUZUKI, or SHIGERU MIYAMOTO play mahjong with their ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY attacks and VIDEO GAMING skills.

(My face today, March 19th, upon realizing that that new chapter was chapter 57:)

Anyhow, for the previous eight chapters, the 13th Autonomous Mahjong Corps improved their mahjong skill in a special mahjong school, run by Sato Yukari. This includes such courses such as completing a mahjong wall in a swimming pool filled with crude oil, drawing tiles in a pot of boiling gold, and making a hand from tiles taped to the bottom of logs falling over a waterfall. Yeah, those sorts of things. Unfortunately, Taizou doesn’t join, so he remains the idiot that he is.

:'(

Meanwhile, Hatoyama Yukio of the Democratic Party of Japan (creative name there) is elected as the Prime Minister of Japan, overthrowing the previous long-running Liberal Democratic Party of Japan (an equally original name), of which Koizumi and Aso Taro were former presidents. According to ‘reliable sources’, Hatoyama Yukio was infected by an alien from Venus in the OVA.

That certainly explains much.

(My face eleven years ago, November 19th, upon realizing that HALO.)

Well, let’s wrap this up with a conclusion. a) I’m not even close to having summarized the story up to this chapter yet! b) This post was a late post! Read the next post here, it continues off right where this post ends! I mean, like, lite-

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