Parasitenpuppen Anime Review
The upcoming three-part original video animation, Parasite Dolls, is set in the same universe as the Bubblegum Crisis, but takes a different look at the world. Much like Ghost in the Shell, the property follows a group of police officers investigating crimes committed by Boomers. The series follows the story of Detective Basil Buzz Nikvest and his colleagues who work for the secret branch of AD Police that investigates crimes committed by these evil, mutant boomers.
The series follows the lives of police officers working for a new world government agency. They investigate the abuse of the so-called boomers and find the truth behind their deaths. The three-part arch of the series lasts about an hour and is quite dark in some parts. However, the characters are personable and easy to adopt as people. If you are looking for a satirical anime this might be the one for you.
As a teenager, I was really excited to watch this show when I heard it was coming out. It’s a bit dark for my taste, but overall it’s a fun, quirky show that has a lot of potential. I would highly recommend seeing it. If you are a fan of horror or anime, you’ll enjoy this three part series. If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind comedy, parasite dolls will enjoy you.
Parasitenpuppen Anime Review
Although a bit of a melodrama, Parasite Doll has a great action quotient and is reminiscent of the ghost in the bowl films. Despite its high action ratio, the story is incoherent and has numerous plot inconsistencies. I love that the protagonist survives an explosion and gets shot in the back of the head. The characters are personable and approachable. And the underlying themes are incredibly meaningful and important.
The anime story is very original, and I was surprised that the first anime is part of the bubblegum crisis universe. The Ovas three episodes run for 30 minutes each. The animation style is similar to that of the original Bubblegum Crisis of 1998/1999. A lot of it was created in the same world, but the series’ plot and characters are also very different.
While the anime focuses on boomer abuse, the series also features a police branch that deals with child exploitation. It also features full factory-built AI boomers and AD bulls. Aic’s original anime was hugely successful, but they didn’t finish it, instead releasing it outside of Japan. It was canceled after just two episodes. However, AIC was in talks with ADV Films to make a sequel to the Tokyo 2040 bubblegum crisis.
Although parasite dolls were a huge hit in Japan, the anime is not as successful in other countries. While it may be similar to the bubblegum crisis OAVs, it is not as original as the latter. A better choice would be an original anime series. The three episodes of the anime each show the same story but are separated by several years. Unlike the OAVs, the anime content is way more interesting than the other two.