Battle Girl High School: Battle Girl Project – 01 (First Impressions)

Like GF Kari or Kantai Collection, this is a show about quantity over quality, specifically with regard to “battle girls.” No two girls are quite alike in hair color, voice, outfit, or weapon, and it’s a collect-them-all vibe to them.

There doesn’t seem to be any angle that might subvert the standard magical/battle girl genre; they’re just in a bit of a performance slump and their instructors have decided to put them through more training.

While the main trio of Miki, Haruka, and Subaru are introduced and a few other relationships and personalities are doled out, it’s frankly a bit of an overload for me.

The line between entertainment and advertisement feels so very thin here, and the “Irousu” enemy is generic to the point of afterthought. If it’s all the same, I’ll go ahead and skip this one, which while not shockingly bad, is bereft of anything new or interesting.

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Author: magicalchurlsukui

Preston Yamazuka is a staff writer for RABUJOI.

One thought on “Battle Girl High School: Battle Girl Project – 01 (First Impressions)”

  1. Another anime advertising a game (sighs loudly). So many characters! There are magical girl elements. For some reason, it is strongly reminiscent of Love Live to me. Maybe it’s the presence of school idols (Every hook is covered lol). As a very small consolation, it is already better than School Girl Strikers Animation Channel from a few seasons ago which was also based on a game and mined similar territory.

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