First Impressions: WATATEN! An Angel Flew Down To Me

There is no light in this world, reader. There is no joy or happiness, and all talk of God’s grace is a lie meant to distract us from the screaming entropy of existence. There is no meaning to this life, only the infinite cacaphony of chaotic bullshit which we as mortals can never be free of. The only peace in this life is found in the infinite microsecond between the screaming agony of dying and the silent void of actual death.

WATATEN! An Angel Flew Down to Me is a delightfully pastel, beautifully animated series airing this season about a shy college student named Miyako, who is a pedophile smitten by her 6 year old younger sister Hinata’s classmate, Hana. Anime was a mistake. I had to review Uzameido last season. Why am I always saddled with the pedophile anime. I’m not going to continue this review, I stopped the first episode 3 minutes in. Skip this.

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