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Before watching, like all law-abiding citizens should do, I checked MAL whether this was age-appropriate or not.
To my growing dissatisfaction, it seemed the that violence and profanity embodied in this show was indeed, quite worrisome.
Nevertheless, I ventured out to watch the (zeroth) episode, merely a spin-off PV, with every single slide being a scene taken directly from the anime. Most of them not-so-decent scenes.
The one original scene was this, and I must profess that it was slightly disturbing, in a sense.
Not only was the dislodged head in question very violent, it does not seem to be capable of being used as a disco ball.
This deeply shocked my mental subconscious.
Following the display of crude indecency, I was treated to a vision of Maya’s dream: the construction of a giant school on top of a mountain.
Though its sheer inelegance contorted my sense of realism, the eventual appearance of a mythical
Hutchinson tsuchinoko, damn you spell checker, scarred me even more.
The following display of animal cruelty truly did wipe away all suspicions I had of this ‘R’ rating.
To all people under the age of twenty-one: I warn you, do not watch this show. You will develop a dangerously perilous lack of desire to help fellow animals in need.
To all who enjoyed this, shame on you, shame on you.