This is a 2-part OAV spin off of the Japanese anime series "Excel Saga". Shinichi Watanabe returns to deliver some of the most outrageous, outlandish, series that parodies the magic girl ... See full summary »
This is a 2-part OAV spin off of the Japanese anime series "Excel Saga". Shinichi Watanabe returns to deliver some of the most outrageous, outlandish, series that parodies the magic girl anime (ie: Sailor Moon). However, this thing has a lot of perverted humor including 10-year old lesbians, incest, and lots more. You have been warned! Written by
Earl "AstroNerdBoy" Commander
All the music (except for the opening, ending theme, and a song sung by Yumiko Kobayahsi in the 2nd episode) is recycled from Excel Saga. See more »
In the "Bed at the classroom" scene, Futaba holds the Poemi's left hand while they're on the bed, but in a close shot, the hand that Futaba is holding is like the hand of an adult woman. In the next shot, she's holding the small Poemi's hand. See more »
[Answering the phone]
Hello, I'm K.
I'm Kobayashi. Why don't you have sent me a message to my pager?
Listen, my parents are here... And I hate you.
Just for that? So, when are you going to send a message to my pager...?
[K hangs up the phone]
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All I could say at the end was, "Wow! Just...wow." The statement on the DVD cover said it best: "If this anime doesn't offend you in some way, we haven't done our job." Although this two-episode "series" takes most of its pokes at Excel Saga (also brought to us by Watanabe-sempai), you don't have to really know anything about that series to be almost horrified at the bawdy and raucous humor of Puni Puni Poemy.
It usually takes more than a randomly-exploding, hyper-speed-talking, super-heroine-morphing, aspiring voice actress (she sucks at it, incidentally) to make my jaw hit the floor. It wasn't even the gratuitous sexual references or nudity which drove me over the cliff. Never mind the twin testicle-swinging aliens and tentacle family. No, there is more - MUCH more going on in this title than can possibly be explained within the course of a written article. Even if I could encapsulate it all, the description would still pale in comparison to the actual experience.
Seriously, prepare to be shocked at what you find yourself laughing at when watching Puni Puni Poemi. You'll never look at "conventional" humor the same way afterward.
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