Howdy peeps, I know this is a late review xDD. So anyway like any first impression posts I’ve done, I won’t reiterate the details, well maybe a quick glimpse of an overview. To get a better idea of the show I’ll redirect you to the first impression post.
Cards are coming out of her butt??
— Kogatana Saya
If you’re the type that isn’t in to checking out older posts, no worries. Here’s the quick recap:
Keijo or rather hip-whip girl as it’s also known focuses on 4 girls; Kaminashi Nozomi, Kazane Aoba, Sayaka Mizata & Non Toyoguchi. These 4 girls enter a fictional sport called Keijo. A female only sport. The object of the sport is to use their butts & boobs as weapons to knock off your opponent of a floating platform also known as an island.
Later on they have a competition with a rivaling school Suruga keijo training school. This came to be known as the East v West war. It’s a 4 v 4 tournament where each player tries to knock each other off the island or just incapacitate them. After they graduate from their respective schools, they become qualified Keijo players
- The characters – all of them have their own personalities – except for one
- Use of their most valued assests – their boobs and butts.
- The dynamics between the Nozomi and Saya. They struck up a good friendship
- It plays on the fanservice without any reservations – ladies you had Y
ur(ao)i on ice – no complaining!
- The comedy used is just hilarious: Gate of bootylon (yes you read that correctly) and attack on hip – I just laughed at them
- It doesn’t take itself seriously
- Aoba & Shirayuki “missle butt” Kyoko are best girls – well I think so
- That butt vacum from Nozomi, also Saya giving herself a wedgie in order to learn a new moveset
- OP/ED is pretty good
- The art is consistently good
- The curriculum used in the show – xDD
- The attacks used through out the show
- The show isn’t for everyone
- Non Toyaguchi is just your typical useless air head
- Fanservice can hinder development of the characters
- Not enough development was put on their rivals – students from Suruga Keijo training school