Naikaku Kenryoku Hanzai Kyosei Torishimarikan Zaizen Jotaro’s claim to fame is that it’s “that one anime with the freakin’ long name!” I haven’t seen anyone write about this anime, and I wondered why. It became pretty apparent after watching about 1 minute of the anime…
Zaizen Jotaro is a manly man. Probably one of the manliest men alive. He’s some kind of super special agent who gets extra-legal privileges to hunt down criminals. Using the power of his badge (which I think also doubles as a credit card; or maybe it’s just a credit card…) he pretty much gets everything he wants/needs to get his man.
Jotaro does all of his criminal catching in a manly manner. This means flying around in a jet (and ejecting – what happened to the jet!?), hacking control tower computers to display his face, jumping from car to car, and fighting priests. He also likes getting dressed by multiple butlers/maids. Pretty much everything Jotaro does is over the top.
I don’t really understand what he was trying to accomplish in this episode, but he did it manly! It seemed like he was avoiding one assassination attempt after another. First from the robot car driver, then from the killer priests, then from the four suicidal semi-trucks! At the end, he gets the entire L.A. sniper squad from the SWAT team to help out. Man!
Jotaro also has a manly catchphrase. No man should be without one! His is “Da Bombu!” Words don’t do this justice, so here’s the video:
The production values for this anime in general are pretty bad. It looks like they cut the corners on everything. Voice acting is weak, the animation is stiff, the CG is terrible. This is probably the worst anime I’ve seen in recent history (and this includes Glass no Kantai!).
There’s some really hilarious parts that probably aren’t supposed to be. This includes whenever they do the multi-panel surprised look or the normal anime look to the stylized manga look transition. I never knew they actually did those outside of parody!
Naikaku Kenryoku Hanzai Kyosei Torishimarikan Zaizen Jotaro is a terrible anime. In fact, its only redeeming quality is the cheese factor and unintentional comedy! Seriously, I laughed more watching this anime than School Rumble. Sorry, School Rumble…
I hope gg fansubs pickes this up and replaces Glass no Kantai with it. I think the only reason gg did the Glass no Kantai subs was because that anime was so horrible. With Glass no Kantai licensed, Naikaku Kenryoku Hanzai Kyosei Torishimarikan Zaizen Jotaro seems like a worthy successor indeed.
10 replies on “Naikaku Kenryoku Hanzai Kyosei Torishimarikan Zaizen Jotaro – Anime First Impressions”
Hahahaha ‘da bombu!’ clip was hilarious!
As bad as Glass no Kantai? I think i’ll stay away from this series…
>>As bad as Glass no Kantai? I think iâ€™ll stay away from this seriesâ€¦
Worse. If that’s even possible.
So between this and Musashi Gundou which is more badass?
LOL, I’m glad that you actually took the time to watch and blog this episode. I love the screenshots as well as the clip that you’ve included in your post – they’re hilarious! 😀
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Maybe the anime is bad, but your review was so funny XD
Now i need to watch it to be sure is that bad (dangit)
So, he made all that in a single episode?
Well, if Her majesty aknowledges his existence he could make James Bond retirement a little earlier
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