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This show has been remarkably interesting, since its very beginning while it had been aired as 30-second-show during the advertisement time, between programs. We got the chance to see the story of Gaaru, a prideful ninja battling through immense hordes of evil and Pucca, a towns girl who is blind in love with Gaaru, sometimes there is some special appearances, which includes Santa Claus and other not-so-usual characters to be used in a comedy show.
The show mainly develops into the story of Gaaru and Pucca and notorious bizarre environments (a hurricane made from the smoke of a piping hot soup among others) and Gaaru trying to outrun Pucca from delivering her strangling love. Gaaru has also to deal with a very evil ninja from an equally very evil ninja organisation which tries to conquer the world.
The show is very funny with over used jokes but with another angle of viewing it. The humour might be silly but it is guaranteed to not leave you the whole show without you chuckling.
In resume, Pucca rocks!
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