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Vividred Operation

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3.2
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  • 33 out of 41 people found this review helpful:
    Cheeky Piece of Work? Bottom of the Barrel? Butt of All Jokes?
    I can do this all day, folks. But let's be serious.

    From mad or genius mind of (bloomers) the man who directed (chacha) Strike Witches, Kazuhiro Takamura, comes Vividred Operation. Set in the (between-the-legs) future, on the island of Izu Oshima (it's a real place, you can look it up), humanity has entered (pantyshot) an age of peace; thanks to the Manifestation ...
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  • 15 out of 23 people found this review helpful:
    Magical/Science Girl Rangers
    Now this isn't really a series made to impress. You won't convert your friends to watch anime with it, but it seems to be here to suit a certain audience.

    You have the typical characters:
    Akane Isshiki - The gullible, hard working, air-headed main character that sees the good in everyone; or is maybe too dense to see the obvious bad. She will rush in and think later and try to ...
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  • 11 out of 16 people found this review helpful:
    Don't know why people are hating on this.
    Don't give a fuck what other people are saying it looks like it might have an ok story line. It has amazing animation and i would recommend this show to you if you liked strike witches! it has like middle school girls in there under ware all the time but who cares that's anime. If you like action, comedy, echhi, then i recommend this anime to you!
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  • 6 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    This series is lacking....
    Vivid red takes place in the near future in a time of global peace. The world revolves around the Manifestation Engine, which gives unlimited amounts of power to the rest of the world. However, beings known as the "Alone" appear and start to target the manifestation engine.

    Characters:
    All the characters seemed to get-along way too damn well... With the exception of Rei, who just ignored ...
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  • 9 out of 13 people found this review helpful:
    Not What I Expected.
    So far this episode impressed me, I was skeptical in the beginning at the ecchi'sh camera shots, but after watching it all I am confident to say that it is one of the best to come out in January.

    I saw someone write a review, they basically said it was unrealistic. I got to say, what did you expect? It's a fricken anime in the future.

    Well here are my ratings.
    Art: 10/10
    Voice Acting: ...
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  • 10 out of 16 people found this review helpful:
    School outfits more ridiculous than magic robot power suits
    Hey, I can take grandpa's totally unexplained, dimensional something-or-other "we don't care enough to explain it" magic and/or science (who knows) power suits. But seriously? Butt-hugging shorts as a school uniform? I thought miniskirts were unrealistic in every other anime out there, but this just goes the extra mile to be absurd.

    This show is the definition of a crappy series. ...
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  • 7 out of 10 people found this review helpful:
    One of the best shows this season
    I was originally going to watch this when I was browsing the new shows for the season, I liked the character designs a lot. As always every season has a lot of great anime so I had forgotten about it until my friend suggested that I watch it and I remembered that I was going to. The characters are great, has a solid storyline, and it's easy to get into the show.

    What I enjoy most is ...
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  • 22 out of 40 people found this review helpful:
    Bad way to kick off the new season. Skip this one.
    There is nothing redeeming about this show aside from the technical merits of animation, and frankly, those should be a given at this point. This show is as creepy as Strike Witches from the "dread specter of moe" perspective (a term I am using from Daryl Surat of AWO and Otaku USA; credit where it is due), but without the interesting plot of the "what-if-ing" of WWII with an alien invasion. ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Light-hearted and enjoyable
    Yes, the fanservice is abundant; yes, it's very clearly by the same guy who directed Strike Witches, and he's not shy about it at all. But if you look past the gratuitous supply of butt shots, Vividred Operation is a fun little series - I consider it "the antidote to Puella Magi Madoka Magica," with influence not only from Strike Witches, but Lyrical Nanoha as well.

    It may not be your cup of ...
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  • 5 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    They didn't really... did they... ? Yeah, they did.
    The first episode opens on a lovely scene of a rising sun... as seen between a young girls legs from behind, accentuating her buttocks and pubic bulge. And guess what... yes, that really does tell you all you need to know this time.

    The plot here is useless, full of WTF moments that make you simply shake your head and eventually the laughing just won't stop. The fan service is not even high ...
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