so you take her out for ice-cream instead. You bought her a giant sundae, and laugh as she gets a dollop of whipped cream on her nose. You wipe it away, but your face is so close to hers you can smell the athletic scent of her body that she worked very hard for you.
Took me a long time to post this due to my personal laziness with screencapping. So yeah, Canaan’s alright; outstanding if I dare compare it to the moeshit lineup of the current season. There’s plenty of gun porn that kept my Action Johnny in the heat and not forgetting Canaan’s delicious flat chest, but despite delivering sufficient shock and awe to keep my attention span engaged in Overdrive, it’s really nothing special (wait, isn’t that like 99% of animes?) overall. Its like throwing away 30 bucks for the best ice-cream in town: although it hits the sweet spot, strip it down to its bare essentials and it’s really just fancified chocolate and vanilla flavourings.
The excessive presence of plot holes, deus ex machina device/characters and jargon jibber-jabber does remind me of Darker Than Black and predictably, if I had to rank the two animes, I’d give both a tie. One can even say that Canaan fills in the missing gap of action/conspiracy anime for this season before the end of 2009, when
Chinese Electric Batman 2 Darker than Black: Ryūsei no Gemini is expected to air. Nonetheless, I give it a big plus in my book for being the anti-moe that is curing the cancer in today’s anime. Again, Canaan’s delicious flat chest, because pronouncing the whole sentence twice feels satisfying, grammatical fetish-wise.
Canaan OP – Mind as Judgement