Following on from Null's emotional efforts to save Peta in episode 5, episodes 6 + 7 raise some serious questions about the nature of the Null's world while also giving us some fun beach moments and then some trouble at the dreaded school. Fairly impressive effort given how short these episodes are.
A more serious episode this week as Null confronts just what robot Peta means to her. A direct continuation from last week's episode, these five minutes are pretty heavy compared.
Null & Peta continues to be curiously entertaining even as the run-time doesn't really allow for much in the way of depth. Still, another perfectly pleasant episode and this one ending with what might be a cliffhanger, unless everything resets next week.
Maybe under all the silliness this is actually the story about a lonely girl who has an imaginary friend who happens to be a robot with the personality of her dead sister? Anyway...
So this one seems to be settling into the standard gag of the week kind of plot. Which makes sense given Null & Peta only has five minutes to play with.
Null and Peta was not was I expected and with only 5 minutes it isn't doing a lot. Yet, I'll have to say I was at least entertained by this first episode and I'm curious as to what the girl and her robot/sister will do next.
Then on the 9th Day of Anime I turned my attention to someone who is warmth personified. Welcome Akari Kawamoto. We love you.
Review: Following on from last week, Rei kind of made friends with the middles sister's crush, though that's probably not the case. It's more that somehow meeting him caused Rei to open up just a little bit and as a result emotions that he's had cut off for awhile kicked into gear. Probably the best … Continue reading March Comes in Like a Lion Episode 7