Today I look at a series where a girl who wants to learn the trumpet joins an army where she and other young women can can operate futuristic super tanks in a real war instead of just a popular school elective. Because, why not? Anime has done stranger things.
Bernie Siegal once said “If God had made a perfect world, it would be a magic trick, not creation, with no meaning or place for us to learn and create. Mankind is not yet ready for a perfect world. We do not know how to appreciate perfection.” If that’s not a great way to start talking about Ergo Proxy, well then you write an intro.
If you knew someone was dangerous, would you stop them? If someone you care for is guilty, can you condemn them? In today’s review I look at a world where you no longer need to think about right or wrong, and anyone that might hurt you is put away before they can.
The Organization has infiltrated my lab and is trying to lure me into a false sense of security. My work can’t be discovered. Read it before I’m forced to purge its contents. And most importantly, remember the code words!