Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita tumbles into it’s fourth week, one panel at a time. Last week we were introduced to a new character with some flamboyance, Y. She has been a hit with her boisterous attitude neatly complementing Ms.Sweets. Is part two of their adventure still hype worthy?
To be or not to be? That is the question. They have already covered Shakespeare in the show, so I am hoping they continue the trend. They need to go Hamlet in the hamlet… Okay bad pun. Moving on.
When you start excreting liquids from your ears is when you need to go to consult your Doctor. Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita is not for everyone. Side Effects include new Twitter Avatars, Quoting Ms.Sweets, and a penchant for making sarcastic remarks.
When you run out of things to tweet… Quote.
Hmm… Fuck the real world or match.com. All I need Crunchyroll to find my next girl.
When you run out of things to tweet… Quote. Damn the creativity level on these posts have severely dropped.
Jinrui made me eat my vegetables. I guess the show has a mean streak going on. Who would have thought storybook art could be so coercive.
Jinrui needs to marry the lady that made Sailor Moon for reals.
So I just quoted this person because I have an odd fetish that involves tsunderes… Don’t ask.
Google Translate: Well, thankfully mean that. # Watashibot Domo # jintai mankind God was the decline
What the hell!… Did this person just say that Jinrui would cause God to disappear! That’s some serious shit.
People are still going nuts for this series. It isn’t letting up any of its steam and is slowly snowballing into the most massive success this season. It’s impressive considering a show like this would only appeal to a niche audience. But somehow #Jintai has managed to capture our hearts. Other than the phenomenal art direction and sound production, Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita has content that is layered. For the casual viewer, you appreciate the slapstick humor and the dramedy. For those looking for a bit more, the series scatters morsels between each line. This week, while taking look at mainstream media consumption, the episode also made a few comments about creative process and story development. The fluid writing for the series easily flows between the two nuances of the subject at hand without losing its characteristic snark. Here’s looking toward Ms.Sweet’s next adventure!