What I like about Bee and Puppycat, at least from what little of it is available, is that it’s a Magical Girl show that seems like it’s going in a direction where it will pay homage to shoujo anime with an absurdist approach.
Like Bee finds herself jobless and just accepts becoming a Magical Girl with a weird magical animal because, hey, she got money from it. I guess being a part of a generation of young folks who are hard up for a steady job, that kind of spoke to me.
Considering the last big Not Your Typical Magical Girl Thing was Madoka, and that was more dark and edgy, it’d be kind of nice to see a take on the genre that explores why it’s weird without any kind of cynicism.
Also, I am certain the series is invoking imagery that harkens back to Revolutionary Girl Utena and I think that’s pretty awesome.
Do you. bite your thumb. at us, sir? I do bite. my thumb, sir. DO YOU BITE YOUR THUMB AT US, SIR? Is the law of our side, if I say ay? No. NO, SIR, I DO NOT BITE MY THUMB AT YOU, SIR, BUT I BITE MY THUMB, SIR. DO YOU QUARREL, SIR? QUARREL SIR! NO, SIR.
Why does this have so many notes.
Do you know who William Shakespeare is