Rough going is a given because the nation’s president is busy maintaining a small café for some reason.
So the Mana-people get to play Mad Max among the ruins of their world while the Normas get to enjoy a new life on a nice island with friendly Dragons as neighbors. Guess, that’s karma for you. You’re a racist because a pervert programmed you to be one and then one day you realize: “Fuck, that pervert has really fucked up my life! Seems it’s time I find some way to survive the post-apocalypse!” At the same time, the Normas are busy fucking dudes because how else are they going to save humanity without the necessity of mecha-battles…?
It’s amazing how Cross Ange can keep a straight face without anyone making a necessary and appropriate comment in scenes like these. Apparently racism is just another one of those drama-inducing tropes now.
This time around I review these series:
Cross Ange 01: Magic, rainbows and racism have secured world-peace – but at what cost? Princess Ange is about to find out!
World Trigger 01: Pesky foreigners (from outer space) try to invade Japan and just as a proud Japanese city is about to fall, some ingenious teenagers appear and kick the asses of those aliens! A few years later a dude wearing glasses has a stick up his ass concerning virtue and shit like that but then a weird little, white-haired transfer-kid appears. Naturally the transfer-kid is SO unorthodox in his behavior that he can’t be anything but one of those pesky aliens! Turns out he needs to learn how great humans are because he himself has NO clue how being good works.
Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Bladeworks 00: Tohsaka Rin is a tsundere, her Servant is NOT. Hilarity and a lot of magic battles ensue.